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Old 05-26-2003, 03:40 AM   #46
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like i said it wont happen on race days cuz i dont use my tc3 for racing!!!!

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The reason u run a quicker time most probably is u rnt worried about running into other peoples cars, its quieter and u can hear your car and engine beautifully.

lot easier to drive with no distractions.
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Old 05-26-2003, 03:50 AM   #48
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Which one is better, the Kyosho V-One S or the Serpent 705?
atomik it all depends if you are getting into the racing scene or you are an experianced driver???? i started off with something basic for a few months, then i went for the mugen mtx2 wich was a great car and then a ntc3 and now i drive a kyosho vonerr gt and i think its also a good car and built like a tank!!!

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Old 05-26-2003, 03:56 AM   #49
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The reason u run a quicker time most probably is u rnt worried about running into other peoples cars, its quieter and u can hear your car and engine beautifully.

lot easier to drive with no distractions.
thank you V-One S thats exactly how i was tring to get my point across!

i always drive alot quicker when i got the track free and no interuptions, like going out during the week where the pressure is not on.

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Which track do u run at?
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Old 05-26-2003, 04:02 AM   #51
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brendale

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Old 05-26-2003, 04:26 AM   #52
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got n e pics of the track? or a club web site?
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Old 05-26-2003, 04:42 AM   #53
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the web site to the brendale club is www.qrccra.org.au

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Kyosho V-One RR
Futaba 3PDF 3 Channel FM Radio
1 Futaba S3003 Standard Servo
1 Futaba S3010 servo with 91 oz torque
Ok guys that is what I am going to get. Tell me if those are good choices.
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Ok guys that is what I am going to get. Tell me if those are good choices.
The 3PDF is OK. Good for starters or if you're on a budget. Whatever you do, try to get better servos. Try and look if you can get hold of a 9402 analog servo
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Atomik if you can wait a few months the V One RR Evo is due out. It has some advantages over the RR, lower cg, steering srevo lays flat on the chassis, and a better front roll centre. But if you can't the V1RR will be a good choice, the only thing I would change is the standard servo your thinking about getting. I'll think you'll want a stronger servo than that, I run Futaba S9402 for both throttle and steering, these are coreless servo and are resonable fast and have a good torque rate. Apart form that I think the package you've pick out for yourself is quite good.
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Where do you guys get the pictures of the V-One RR Evo?
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Where do you guys get the pictures of the V-One RR Evo?
Check out the V one R thread on this site for the pics of the RR Evo.
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Where do you guys get the pictures of the V-One RR Evo?
Here are some pic of the V one RR Evo



V one RR Evo

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Here is a pic of the Kyosho V1RR Car Kit Gt Version



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