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Old 07-21-2004, 04:01 AM   #11371
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No. It's exactly as typed. you CAN go too soft in the rear and have too much diff action and not enough forward traction. The car will "fish-tail" all over the track when you get on the throtte, out of a corner and when you enter a corner, you'll spin-out.
Thanks for this part of info as well!!!
in my mtx-3 i got 100,000 at the front and 10,000 at the rears
i was advise to switch to 5,000 at the rears! everything you have advised me is opposite to what a guy at the track advised me! but he drives with 100,000 front and 5,000 rear and he drives really good! i guess its driving preferences. my next car (FW-05R) im setting it up myself from the ground up.
So do you think 50,000 front and 10,000 rear is a stable match? im looking for a agressive turn in and good traction in turns. as i wanna be able to accelerate mid-way through a corner without fish tailing.
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Old 07-21-2004, 10:34 AM   #11372
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Old 07-21-2004, 02:56 PM   #11373
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Thank you very much! now i know why i keep understeering when i hit the trigger!
been running the v series of cars for a number of years an I have found that with a full diff set up that running 10,000 in the rear and 30,000 up front works the best, 30,000 in the rear when running with the front one way.
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Old 07-21-2004, 06:49 PM   #11374
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i started to use one way and my rear diff is loose not sure on the wt of the rear diff oil probably below 10k. my problem is my car push a lot and over steers. will try to change to thicker rear diff oil and see


i have found that off power a one way will push and on power they do create a bit of oversteer but thats just how i found it. the trick with one-ways is to adjust your driving style to take advantage of its benefits i.e. early braking and power through the corner rather then late breaking and coast through the corner.

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i started to use one way and my rear diff is loose not sure on the wt of the rear diff oil probably below 10k. my problem is my car push a lot and over steers. will try to change to thicker rear diff oil and see


i have found that off power a one way will push and on power they do create a bit of oversteer but thats just how i found it. the trick with one-ways is to adjust your driving style to take advantage of its benefits i.e. early braking and power through the corner rather then late breaking and coast through the corner.

just my thoughts on this matter

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hi gary!

interesting thoughts, thanks for your advice i will run this weekend and find out.
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hi gary!

interesting thoughts, thanks for your advice i will run this weekend and find out.
i was about to say the same thing
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Old 07-22-2004, 03:59 AM   #11377
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been running the v series of cars for a number of years an I have found that with a full diff set up that running 10,000 in the rear and 30,000 up front works the best, 30,000 in the rear when running with the front one way.
Thanks for that, and actually thats what i did with my VoneS
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Old 07-22-2004, 11:13 AM   #11378
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i started to use one way and my rear diff is loose not sure on the wt of the rear diff oil probably below 10k. my problem is my car push a lot and over steers. will try to change to thicker rear diff oil and see
Your car's pushing because you're driving into the corner off throttle (gkp5569 is correct!). You're oversteering because your diff oil in the rear is too light (this is why you thicken it more), so when you do get back on th throttle, the diff is unloading the power from wheel to wheel, unable to "plant" the rear end to gain traction.
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If, you're going to use a one-way, you should use heavier diff oil in the rear. Try 30,000 wt..
Hey if im running 100,000 diff oil at the front should i also use a heavy diff oil in the rear like 30,000. just like the oneway diff setup?
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anybody know what v one series is this, the R or RR? I'm confused, because the title was said v one r GRP special edition.

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and what battery pack should i buy for that? The car is coming to me in 2days. time for me to get rid of my nasty mtx-2. hehe kyosho rocks.
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Sorry for intteruption - Is anybody know any brand that carries titanium Middle and main shaft for the V1RR? What i found was only High harded shaft or aluminium only from 3racing, Five Star ... not the titanium. ANybody. Thank you
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anybody know what v one series is this, the R or RR? I'm confused, because the title was said v one r GRP special edition.

here's the link

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...e=STRK:MEWN:IT



and what battery pack should i buy for that? The car is coming to me in 2days. time for me to get rid of my nasty mtx-2. hehe kyosho rocks.
The box shows V1RR but the title is V1R - I confuse too But hopefully it is V1RR and if it is special edition probably it means with some option parts - side stiffener, low engine mounting etc. For percise why not ask the owner?
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