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Old 03-31-2011, 05:01 AM   #2611
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Good idea Gregory,i'm thinking about upgrade my RRR and just wait for the R4 evo.I too was thinking about doing some spacers in nylon so i can fit R4 diff at front those had to be 10x12x4 if I want to use the RRR big bearing or 15x18x4 if I want to use BRG014 bearings right?I'm eager to know if the R4 main shaft is compatible with the RRR.
Oh about my testing,I could notice the front hooks a little better with the front upper bumper assembly unscrewed from the bulkhead.

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Old 03-31-2011, 06:32 AM   #2612
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just had my mate turn me up some flanged spacers since yes the price for a 10x18x4 bearing is exspensive, its a 10x12x4 spacer with a flange so that it will fit the R4 diffs but slip inside the RRR bearings, and has a slight flange on one end so they dont come out. Now all I have to do is wait till my country gets the spares available and I'm away laughing.
there is room for this little flange?i don;t think so.if you find that you can put it in just glue them in.
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Good idea Gregory,i'm thinking about upgrade my RRR and just wait for the R4 evo.I too was thinking about doing some spacers in nylon so i can fit R4 diff at front those had to be 10x12x4 if I want to use the RRR big bearing or 15x18x4 if I want to use BRG014 bearings right?I'm eager to know if the R4 main shaft is compatible with the RRR.
Oh about my testing,I could notice the front hooks a little better with the front upper bumper assembly unscrewed from the bulkhead.

Thank you Gregory and B.C.
All RRR evo2 including Shimo Edition use 0 offset wheels all around,the evo1 and RRR use 0 front 2 back stock.
buddy,great idea.just use the stock rrr bearings and make these spacers.
now,for the main shaft.the only thing that i know is that it sit in the same bearings
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Old 03-31-2011, 01:16 PM   #2614
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there is room for this little flange?i don;t think so.if you find that you can put it in just glue them in.
The flange is only slight, but the inserts sit very very tight in the bearings, there is room on the diff side of the bearing just. But now with how tight they sit inside the bearing I'll be flipping them round to be facing to the outside. I seated the bearings in the tension rings last night and the flange was flush with that so there is no dramas either way, the flange was only about .5mm and tbh the tolerences I found weren't too stringent there is room either way round.
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Old 04-01-2011, 03:12 AM   #2615
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Should have the spacers in a couple of days!About the main shaft the R4 one looks like the Evo shaft with a cut for the set screw of the outer pulley holder,I start to believe it's almost the same as the RRR.If without these mods the RRR was collecting fastest laps at races I just can dream what's coming
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Should have the spacers in a couple of days!About the main shaft the R4 one looks like the Evo shaft with a cut for the set screw of the outer pulley holder,I start to believe it's almost the same as the RRR.If without these mods the RRR was collecting fastest laps at races I just can dream what's coming
The only thing to check is the length of the shaft, from what I have checked comparing the two manuals, rrr, R4 to do the conversion you would need the entire assembly, including 1st/2nd spurs and 2 speed clutch assembly as well as all pulleys and brake holder just to be sure, the diameter is the same but the 2spd attactches via a pin not a grubscrew and its the opposite for the side pully, not a biggie, I have asked on the R4 thread for shaftlength so will post here with results.
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Old 04-03-2011, 08:40 AM   #2617
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Changing to the new style 2 speed and pulleys is a must actually.So if everything still lines up as the old style there's a big improvement using all the new bits.
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Old 04-20-2011, 12:11 PM   #2618
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Selling my car. Anyone interested? PM me.

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Old 04-25-2011, 07:28 AM   #2619
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Hey guys what gearing do you suggest for a 50 meter straight as the stock ratio is to close for this track.

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Old 05-25-2011, 09:41 AM   #2620
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Can someone post a setup for a medium traction track / long sweeper and with a technical infield.
Or a link where I can find various setups/ Is been a while since I ran this car and would like to get a good starting point again. the setup I had was a large open high traction track

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Old 05-25-2011, 11:49 AM   #2621
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Not sure if this is any help but I pretty much copied the settings from the setup sheet that came with the manual, run 16/21 and 61/55 gears, front diff 60K rear diff 30K

I run lipo and HV servos, Ti pillow balls, Ti screws, transponder, DNA body, tires 37/40 front/rear 62mm/64mm dia, RX box/cover
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Can someone post a setup for a medium traction track / long sweeper and with a technical infield.
Or a link where I can find various setups/ Is been a while since I ran this car and would like to get a good starting point again. the setup I had was a large open high traction track

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if I were you start with the stock set up, except run rear camber 4.5 degree 3.5 rear toe in 35's all the way around 2degree camber front if you have a solid for the front try it
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Old 05-26-2011, 04:33 AM   #2623
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When I need a setup that isn't around this thread I go to http://kyosho.com/eng/support/settin...one_index.html
At Kyosho America there isn't any setups for onroad.
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if I were you start with the stock set up, except run rear camber 4.5 degree 3.5 rear toe in 35's all the way around 2degree camber front if you have a solid for the front try it
I might, thanks

I noticed I have caster clips all the way back.
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I'm selling my shimo edition with wasp.12 and pipe a ton of extras ti pivot balls and screws and turnbuckles maybe 20 tanks of fuel run. 300 shipped pm me for pics
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