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Old 06-24-2003, 06:35 AM   #16
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Well if your going to race on a track I think they would clean it first like blow it with a leaf blower so I think you wont have to worry about rock getting stuck if you are going to race on a track...
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Where is the battery located on the V-one-R?
The Battery for the V-One R is a 3x2 hump pack (3 cells on bottom, 2 on top) right behind the gas tank and in front of the engine. All centered to. Overall this car rocks. Everything is down the center, it's SUPER durable(Trinity Reflex guys put the suspension parts on their car to beef them up lol). Nice smooth 2 speed, and a good clutch (for a regular 2 shoe clutch) Also, It handles great out of the box.

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I have a NTC3 & a V-One-RR, The TC3 is a much better handling car IMO, The RR is very durable but I dont like driving it as much
as the TC3, I haven't broken anything on either car except worn belts & pulleys on the RR & 1 colapsed outer wheel bearing on the NTC3. Both cars have been raced for nearly a year incl a few 20 & 30 min mains, no diff problems in the TC3 & it has the grey gears & a AE 1 way in the front. Both cars have hit the boards at stupid speeds & they hang together, the TC3 has been fitted with "the fix" so that has probably helped.
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