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Old 03-29-2004, 04:18 PM   #10756
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Default Re: Re: how do you resolve understeer on tight turns

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Are you getting the understeer on corner entry or exit?

But for somewhere to start, 45's sound rather hard for a medium bite track - try 37's. Next, I'd try either black rear springs or silver fronts.
This should get you in the ballpark,
understeer on the entry.
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Old 03-30-2004, 03:44 AM   #10757
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understeer on the entry.
OK then, try all the suggestions above (one at a time) and also increase rear droop.
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Old 03-30-2004, 05:21 PM   #10758
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OK then, try all the suggestions above (one at a time) and also increase rear droop.
will do, thanks.
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Old 03-31-2004, 06:17 AM   #10759
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Default Traction roll anyone?

Anyone still having traction roll problem with the V one RR evo? Please give some comments on how to overcome it, Even with hardest and very small front tires in a high traction track. Is there any other solutions to overcome it? Thank you
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Old 03-31-2004, 01:14 PM   #10760
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Default Selling brand new V One R kit

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Old 03-31-2004, 02:10 PM   #10761
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For traction roll you need to raise the roll centre at the back. Angle the upper support more. Also use the stiffest roll bar at the front

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Old 03-31-2004, 07:44 PM   #10762
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Default Re: Traction roll anyone?

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Anyone still having traction roll problem with the V one RR evo? Please give some comments on how to overcome it, Even with hardest and very small front tires in a high traction track. Is there any other solutions to overcome it? Thank you
i vbelieve u have the gold hard springs fitted on your shocks?? try the soft silver springs all round, u'll be surprised by the results i too faced this problem of traction rolling until i switched to using silver springs, 40sh tires. u may wish to add the kawahara front shock tower and stand up the front shockers a tad, helps too. just me s$0.002..
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Old 04-01-2004, 08:12 AM   #10763
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kyosho mentioned the name "V one RRR" on their web page ..................................
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Old 04-01-2004, 01:37 PM   #10764
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Old 04-01-2004, 05:24 PM   #10765
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VOneRR Speed Gear Conversion

Guys I have a very important question here...

I was browsing through rchub.com to look at some hop-ups for my VoneRR. Suddenly, I saw a Speed Gear Conversion Kit. It was apparently proven to increase speed by 24%. It was supposed to change some of the pulleys from 19T to 24T.

But of course, because of my excitement, I did not anymore read the details - rather I just ordered it asap - since the site said it was selling like hotcakes.

So I was happy and eagerly awaiting my package to test it in the track

The next day, however, RcHub emailed me saying that the stock levels in the website were incorrect and the speed conversions was not on stock anymore

Do anyone of you know how to do this part by part. As far as I can recall, you have to change some of the pulleys to 24Ts and also change the belts to special ones to accomodate the increase in the number of teeth.

Hope someone can fill me in on this. Thanks.
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Old 04-01-2004, 05:39 PM   #10766
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kyosho mentioned the name "V one RRR" on their web page ..................................
Hmmmm date is April 1..........

Well lets hope there is such a car

Here is the translation:

< Emergency bulletin > With "V-One RRR" Shizuoka hobby show release decision! As for detailed page the next few days release! !2004/4/1
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Old 04-01-2004, 06:16 PM   #10767
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Guys I have a very important question here...

I was browsing through rchub.com to look at some hop-ups for my VoneRR. Suddenly, I saw a Speed Gear Conversion Kit. It was apparently proven to increase speed by 24%. It was supposed to change some of the pulleys from 19T to 24T.

But of course, because of my excitement, I did not anymore read the details - rather I just ordered it asap - since the site said it was selling like hotcakes.

So I was happy and eagerly awaiting my package to test it in the track

The next day, however, RcHub emailed me saying that the stock levels in the website were incorrect and the speed conversions was not on stock anymore

Do anyone of you know how to do this part by part. As far as I can recall, you have to change some of the pulleys to 24Ts and also change the belts to special ones to accomodate the increase in the number of teeth.

Hope someone can fill me in on this. Thanks.
Alright what this is is a set of pulleys and a belt which changes the internal drive ration of the V1RR so it is higher. I worked it out once and it basically adds from memory around 5 teeth on the 1 module gearing. So a 16/20 becomes like a 21/25 clutchbell setup. I cannot possibly find a circumstance where you need more than the highest 0.8 module gearing with a correctly tuned clutch on a racetrack, but granted there probably is a track out there long enough. If your track is that big then go for it. The kit is available from 3 racing and also 3 racing makes the pulleys and the belt seperately.
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Old 04-01-2004, 06:22 PM   #10768
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Hmmmm date is April 1..........

Well lets hope there is such a car

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< Emergency bulletin > With "V-One RRR" Shizuoka hobby show release decision! As for detailed page the next few days release! !2004/4/1
Man I am freaking out now. A layer of dust has just settled on my EVO, mayby I need to blow it off

If this car does exist I hope they "evolve" the back end which in my opinion is the cars only weak point!

I was watching a quite well tuned V1RR doing some laps of our local track the other day. It was running the stock front end with some really soft springs on the rear and running a 42f to 37r shore tire setup. It was fast but it was kinda "backing into" corners a little like a mini 1/8th scaler. My R40 was just blasting through corners with nice smooth arcs and in my opinion was a little faster doing so (no lap timing happening). This is the one thing which I did not like with my V1R I just could not get the car to rotate quickly and nicely without the back end "cocking" into the corner.
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its good to see that kyosho has not ditched the V one R series to go for the FW series
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Hmmmm date is April 1..........

Well lets hope there is such a car

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< Emergency bulletin > With "V-One RRR" Shizuoka hobby show release decision! As for detailed page the next few days release! !2004/4/1
my EVO has already been a M1RR EVO !
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