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Old 05-24-2004, 12:20 PM   #11161
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Also try changing the front roll center
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Put washers under the front upper control arm mount/ that attaches to the front bulkhead
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Old 05-25-2004, 11:05 AM   #11163
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I haven't been able to find this any where, but I'm thinking of buying a V1RR Evo and we are required to run sedan bodies. Does the kit come with regular body posts or extentions to run sedan bodies? Also I was reading some where about a V1RRR. What would be the difference between it and the Evo?
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Old 05-25-2004, 04:21 PM   #11164
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Should i use the upper or lower mounting hole, inner at the upper suspension link?? The manual says upper, but after vreding here, looks like you are using the lower?
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Old 05-25-2004, 04:45 PM   #11165
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lowest hole on bulk head .highest on outer block......
3 racing has .1mm carbon spacers to place under the front top pivot pin holder..they work killer..see pic for a few ideas.
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wait for the "RRR"...better rear set up..
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Old 05-25-2004, 05:13 PM   #11166
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i have a problem with understeer out of corners, into corners its great. front:
Black springs,50 wt oil, stiffest bar settings 0 droop

Rear:silver springs, 30 wt oil, kit sway bar 4 m droop

I am considering silver/silver 30/30 oil, looser sway in front and less rear droop. Will that cure my problem??

Anyone have some setup ideas for a good grip, small tecnical track, no bumps.
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Old 05-26-2004, 02:49 AM   #11167
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are you using a one way ? if not that will give you more drive out of corners.
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Old 05-26-2004, 03:22 AM   #11168
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Yes, i am using oneway.
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hi there...could do a number of things......softer springs, no front sway bar( done this at a windiy track)..softer tyres front....change body...move body forward...move rear wing forward.....harder rear...take some traction off....lay the rear shockers over...drill one more hole closer to centre of car.......camber link rear highest out side. and lowest inside........
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Old 05-26-2004, 04:14 AM   #11170
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hi there...could do a number of things......softer springs, no front sway bar( done this at a windiy track)..softer tyres front....change body...move body forward...move rear wing forward.....harder rear...take some traction off....lay the rear shockers over...drill one more hole closer to centre of car.......camber link rear highest out side. and lowest inside........
Mike, are all those solutions for fixing the oversteering issue? For what car?
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this will apply to all cars...this was aimed at the v-one rr series.
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this will apply to all cars...this was aimed at the v-one rr series.
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Oh I C, i don't know the V-1RR, haven't tried it but for the 710 or the MTX3, to cure oversteer, you'd want to increase rear grip and/or decrease the front grip. This is in general of course because it all depends on at what point of the cornering that oversteering is happening.
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this is for understearing.......
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I haven't been able to find this any where, but I'm thinking of buying a V1RR Evo and we are required to run sedan bodies. Does the kit come with regular body posts or extentions to run sedan bodies? Also I was reading some where about a V1RRR. What would be the difference between it and the Evo?
I'm not sure about the kit, I got the conversion and it did not, tower hobbies has the parts you need and should be less than $15.00 for them.
front body mount & bumper part#VZ007
rear body posts part# VZ083
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side stiffener part# VZW002

The v1rrr is a whole new car, very little of the old car parts will be on this kit if any.
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Old 05-29-2004, 02:01 AM   #11175
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The evo kit comes with both body post options
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