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Old 08-16-2004, 05:48 PM   #11686
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this protects the pipe....
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Old 08-16-2004, 07:38 PM   #11687
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Default Kawahara anti-roll blade help.

Is the Kawahara blade for the V onerr evolution worth getting? what advancments will the car have in the corners? whould you have to make drastic changes to make it work correctly or no?...ETc


Anyone has this part, and would like to share info before i get it.

P.s . Or is it just another hop up part?
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Old 08-16-2004, 08:39 PM   #11688
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if you run onroad, you probably don't need it. if tc, you'd better get it, since the stock evo rear sway bar ain't really do its job. once getting the blade type, you can adjust the stiffness by rotating the blade from level to upright. heck with it, you can even adjust the stiffness per side of car.

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Is the Kawahara blade for the V onerr evolution worth getting? what advancments will the car have in the corners? whould you have to make drastic changes to make it work correctly or no?...ETc


Anyone has this part, and would like to share info before i get it.

P.s . Or is it just another hop up part?
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Old 08-17-2004, 12:19 AM   #11689
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hi all.
It took me 6 hours to get this far...
good quality, easy to build and read instructions..
not much room for the electrics..have to get the soldering iron out..
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How did you deal with the excess play in the front upper arms?
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Old 08-17-2004, 12:35 AM   #11690
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Can I use this v-oneR/RR engine mount on 3R?
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Old 08-17-2004, 12:48 AM   #11691
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MRWRX_69 if I were you i really wouldn't bother 'upgrading' your rear end, it really doesn't make any difference. It may help a little if your running Lola bodies but that's about it. If you were gonna spend the money you may aswell get a RRR.
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Old 08-17-2004, 01:00 AM   #11692
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Never mind, I found it. It uses same engine mount on FW-05R.
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Old 08-17-2004, 01:12 AM   #11693
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ive found that engine mounts all tend to be the same because the engine's mounting holes are a standard based on engine size. although ive never tried it i would presume that one engine mount would fit all cars.

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Old 08-17-2004, 01:26 AM   #11694
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Is 3R still use same 32T Front Diff Pulley and 48R Rear Diff pulley as other V-one series?
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Old 08-17-2004, 04:09 AM   #11695
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aku: 3R uses different front/rear teeth pulley.i can't recall the numbers but the rear diff pulley is a lot smaller than v1r pulley and the front is a tad smaller. Anyway the internal ratio of 3R is 2.0 while V1R is 2.53.
as for engine mount, 3R uses FW05R engine mount, just for your infomation, the engine mount actually 0.5mm lower than kawahara low CG engine mount.
Just to point out not all engine mount from different brand/model are compatible with one another. The hole patterns for engine to be mounted on engine mount are the same but the hole patterns of engine mount to chassis can be different between brand.
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Old 08-17-2004, 04:39 AM   #11696
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3R uses rear 42T pulley and front 27T pulley
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yes, they just released the jr xs3 pro, but the throttle servo that came with it burned out really quick and crashed my car really bad, even a fail safe didn't help because the servo died, especially in the middle of the straight.

The pro cost the same price as the regular xs3 and it has adjustible throttle trigger, a strap so your arm feels more comfortable, smaller reciever, and 10model memory, instead of 6.
The radio is good, but if you want good electronics get like KO servos.
lol i thought you painted it!
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Old 08-17-2004, 07:15 AM   #11698
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hi all.
dougday. i used a 2mm caster clip..(v-0ne series) and a 1mm caster clip..no more slop...
the fw and the rrr engine mounts are not as high as the othee v-0ne series...14mm as to 16mm....
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lol i thought you painted it!
I can't paint that good to save my life. I have painted 4 bodies so far and all of them look like crap.
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Heh guys. I'm having a V-One RR traded to me and can't wait. Seems like an amazing car. But, since there is now a RRR, is there parts that I shouldn't live without that will increase performance? Since I didn't pay for the car, I don't mind if I have to pay a little more for something that is good for performance, not as interested in cosmetic stuff.
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