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Old 08-06-2004, 12:48 PM   #11536
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jeffrey- the internals are the same but one car is a belt driven and the other shaft. The won't work the same. When I first got my FW-05R I tried 100k in the rear because that's what I ran in my Mugen. It was not too pleasant.
The Evolution with 10k will diff out in the corners. You can tell this when you see the car chatter in the turns. Again, I went to 100k for teh Evolution and it was dialed. It's dependent on traction in the end but this is just to give you an idea that you treat the two cars as having nothing in common regarding set up. After all, You don't know what works best till you try it. I
So peter, if you use 100k in your diff (for relevation I presume), how much do you fill it? The OFNA guys use 100k too but only half filled. Also, what was the kit setting that came with the evo? Thanks, Jeff
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Old 08-06-2004, 12:54 PM   #11537
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Is there any out there who has a site were i could go and buy
the RRR now???
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Old 08-06-2004, 01:06 PM   #11538
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Is there any out there who has a site were i could go and buy
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http://www.pro-s-futaba.co.jp/
but you have to email them.
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Old 08-06-2004, 01:16 PM   #11539
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So peter, if you use 100k in your diff (for relevation I presume), how much do you fill it? The OFNA guys use 100k too but only half filled. Also, what was the kit setting that came with the evo? Thanks, Jeff
When I had my Evolution I filled up the diff 80% then I sealed the outside with silicone since it doesn't have an o-ring. I can't recall what the stock setting was but you can ask any of the guys that run an Evolution for that. They'll be happy to help you out with that. Anyway, I think the stock setup for the V-one RRR will be good notwithstanding a possible diff oil change. I suggest you put 50k in right from the get go.

The Ofna cars have a different suspension that seems to work well with it. I know that the Kyosho likes the diff light and all the Kyosho drivers think the same. At the O'donnell race, the Kyosho driver's car looked pretty dialed when the traction came up.
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Old 08-06-2004, 03:58 PM   #11540
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I am thinking of ordering the V1RRR. I currently drive a Mugen mtx3. Those of you who have tried both, which one do you like better, why?
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I don't think anyone is the US has the V-one RRR yet except maybe a few of the Kyosho drivers. I expect it to be better than the MTX-3 in all respects considering the Evolution is very competative against the Mugen and the rear end suspension is older than the MTX-3.
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It will be at least 6 months to a year before we see the RRR in the hobby shops here in the USA. Plus it will be around $350+, if not $400. Your best bet is buy it from Japan when prices go down a little and run it when parts are available in the USA, that way you end up saving some money.
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Old 08-06-2004, 04:58 PM   #11543
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Here is the V ONE RRR manual if any one is interested.
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Old 08-06-2004, 05:12 PM   #11544
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Here is the ratio chart

1st 1st Ratio
61 15 8.13
60 15 8.00
59 15 7.87
61 16 7.63(stock)
60 16 7.50
59 16 7.38
61 17 7.18
60 17 7.06
59 17 6.94
2nd 2nd Ratio
56 20 5.60
55 20 5.50
56 21 5.33(stock)
55 21 5.24
56 22 5.09
55 22 5.00
56 23 4.87
55 23 4.78

internal ratio is 2.00

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What's the internal ratio of the RR???
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Correct me if I am wrong but I think the RR is 2.5.
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i think 2.5 is too high, I think It's 2.0, anybody also know?

Also I looked at the RRR instructions and it looks like the car weighs at least 100-200grams less than the RR evo. They built some radical stuff on the car. The car is more LG, and looks to be more stable. This should be interesting.
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cvccsi is correct, the internal ratio of VoneR/RR/RREVO is 2.53

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cvccsi is correct, the internal ratio of VoneR/RR/RREVO is 2.53

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Thanks for making sure!!
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