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Old 04-29-2004, 05:45 AM   #1276
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universals for a v-one-rr are the same as for the G4. Tower carries them and they are in stock, although pricey:

http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXGDF3&P=7
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Old 04-29-2004, 05:50 AM   #1277
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Sweet i'm going to place my order now

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Old 04-29-2004, 05:52 AM   #1278
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what shock membranes should i get from tower?? these ones?? http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXNJ57&P=0

Also will these springs work on the G4? http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXBUS9&P=7


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Old 04-29-2004, 08:21 AM   #1279
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the springs come in plastic case i think its like 8 sets of springs or something like that
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Old 04-29-2004, 09:12 AM   #1280
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Those shock bladders look too big for the G4 shocks, they look more like off-road shock bladders.

Those spring will work but I've found that this is a better set:

http://shop.the-border.nl/customer/p...cat=437&page=6
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Hey Mr BrooklynRC,

Congrats on your new deal!
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Old 04-29-2004, 10:12 AM   #1282
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Guess i ordered the wrong shock bladders then. The reflex springs will be fine for me. Just as long as i can have the fronts a little harder than the back. No big deal. I'm not a proffessional racer yet.

Also what is the currency conversion on that shop.theboarder.nl website. I want to see what its going to cost me in american dollars.

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Have u guys try to put on the V1EVO front hub carrier to the G4 it works, and i put the receiver on the side where u put the on/off switch.
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Have u guys try to put on the V1EVO front hub carrier to the G4 it works, and i put the receiver on the side where u put the on/off switch.

Have you done it? Tell us how to do the MOD. I posted on almost every major RC site on how to do this. "Help us Obi Wan you are our only hope". Whoops your skywalker. Well you know what I mean show a brother how it's done.

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Nope, haven't tried those. G4 works good as it was designed. We're just looking for other steering options.

J fast seems to have come up with something promising. We're just waiting on pictures and more details.

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Have you done it? Tell us how to do the MOD. I posted on almost every major RC site on how to do this. "Help us Obi Wan you are our only hope". Whoops your skywalker. Well you know what I mean show a brother how it's done.

Hey bro, i just tape the receiver close to the center shaft holder facing the front part to the fuel tank. So u can plug very thing in through thr space availble. As for front carrier jus screw it in as usual
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Have u guys try to put on the V1EVO front hub carrier to the G4 it works, and i put the receiver on the side where u put the on/off switch.
I'm a little confused here. Aren't the front hub carriers the steering nuckles, ???. There is no problem with the ones that come with the G4.
What we are trying to find is somebody who has adapted the steering servo saver system from the Evo or other similar, like JFast has done with the B2's.
Guess we'll have to wait until JFast shows us his conversion pictures.

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Nope, haven't tried those. G4 works good as it was designed. We're just looking for other steering options.

J fast seems to have come up with something promising. We're just waiting on pictures and more details.

Change the front hub carrier cause when ur tire is out of shape it won't hv contact with it. I've done this cause it cost me one of my A main final due to the contact.
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OK guys I've just downloaded the V one RR Evo Manual online www.kyosho.com. Looked at page 9 the steering setup for the V one RR Evo. Looked at my G4. Saw that there's a center hole right under the steering servo saver (if centered). I was thinking if you remove the center body post you might be able to adapt the Kyosho steering. But here's the problem if I get that to work how do I attach the servo. You have to lay down the servo the other way. I guess if I remove the transponder holder and mod the upper deck it can be done. Well I know J Fast has a Mod (thanks bro) but I'm going to order the Kyosho parts and try the mod on the G4. I have an extra chasis. If anybody can help with some ideas please post them. But download the Kyosho Manual and tell me what you think about the hole in center of the chasis not used on the G4.

BTW- Shouldn't TM's RD been doing this?

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