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Old 08-05-2004, 12:59 PM   #11506
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don't know about that, but my MTX-2 lola is surely next to no one.

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run it, i think it is the best 1/10th 200mm platform for lola body so far.
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Old 08-05-2004, 01:00 PM   #11507
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don't you have the mugen for that?
something new to try.
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Old 08-05-2004, 01:00 PM   #11508
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That's why some people bought 4 kits. Run one, others for parts.

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ok, well it's pointless for some people to get the car now. I would need some extra parts incase I crash, last time I checked parts are not even available yet for this car (in the USA).

I would definetly buy this car when I get some money and when parts are available for it. The RRR is going to be a lot lighter then the RR or the RR evo.

Right now I have my RR at 1686 grams
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Old 08-05-2004, 01:01 PM   #11509
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don't know about that, but my MTX-2 lola is surely next to no one.
yeah, been sitting at the corner by itself for a long time.
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Old 08-05-2004, 01:04 PM   #11510
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Old 08-05-2004, 01:12 PM   #11511
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Yeah, it's cheaper to buy a whole car and take parts off it then buy parts separatly.

But you would need 2 cars.
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Old 08-05-2004, 01:21 PM   #11512
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Yeah, it's cheaper to buy a whole car and take parts off it then buy parts separatly.
as long as you don't break the same part twice, i guess it is ok, but............


i probably won't run the rrr for a while yet anyways. might not have the gearings i want, unless serpent's fit. i kept my mtx-3 for 9 months before i put it on the track.
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Old 08-05-2004, 01:28 PM   #11513
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if you waited that long, you could have had another baby.

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... i kept my mtx-3 for 9 months before i put it on the track.
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as long as you don't break the same part twice, i guess it is ok, but............


i probably won't run the rrr for a while yet anyways. might not have the gearings i want, unless serpent's fit. i kept my mtx-3 for 9 months before i put it on the track.
I never run a car unless I have some extra stuff. I crashed so many times that when I buy the parts i get the same parts extra.

How am I suppose to clean the car now?
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Old 08-05-2004, 02:26 PM   #11515
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if you waited that long, you could have had another baby.
yeah, but a baby costs money. They actually did a study a couple of years ago of how much parents spend on their kids from birth to 18, and it came out to $2,000,000 Now this was a couple of years ago, kids these days want lots of bling bling, and cars to drive to high school and etc.
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Old 08-05-2004, 02:50 PM   #11516
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Got my triple R yesterday. It's built and I will give it it's maiden voyage friday. Will try to post info and pics soon. Good racing.
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Old 08-05-2004, 02:56 PM   #11517
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Hi guys, I've just ordered a V1RRR from Japan and will get it in a few days. I now run FW-05R (great car once I set it up properly) and wanted to try the RRR. I have a couple of questions and I'd appreciate your help:

1. Does anyone know if the rear diff setup differs from shaft to belt? I run 10k (stock setup) rear diff with a front one-way on my FW-05R and it works great. However, most of the other guys running MTX-3 and V1 runs 30k rear diff oil. I tried 30k and the car was undriveable (pushes offpower and fishtails on power).

2. How does the TCD gear set work on the V1? I tried it on the FW and the car again is undriveable. It oversteers going into the corner and loose while on power. It's even worse than the 30k rear.

Thanks!
Anyone has any comments? kewdawg? Thanks!
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I just got my V1RRR today, turns out RC Champ missed key in the Tracking # thru the email. RC Champ is a good shop, just wish they can respond to my emails and look into the problem earlier but they are Excellent!!
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I just got my V1RRR today, turns out RC Champ missed key in the Tracking # thru the email. RC Champ is a good shop, just wish they can respond to my emails and look into the problem earlier but they are Excellent!!
what's the website url?
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Here is the link to RC Champ website.

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