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Old 02-20-2013, 04:09 AM   #2776
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How ya doing man im using the KM-HK1 diffs, for this event i ran the spool upfront .
I'm good,you?This whole diff swapping has been great,I did the R4 way so no changes were made to internal transmission ratio but the KM front diff has less 3 teeth than stock.The NT1 front diff pulley has the same tooth count as stock so another way for those that have access to xray parts.
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Old 02-20-2013, 04:21 AM   #2777
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[QUOTE=30Tooth;11838551]I'm good,you?This whole diff swapping has been great,I did the R4 way so no changes were made to internal transmission ratio but the KM front diff has less 3 teeth than stock.The NT1 front diff pulley has the same tooth count as stock so another way for those that have access to xray parts.[/QUOTE You mean as far as the pulleys correct ,the front diff i used the KM housing that holds the bevels gears an use the nt1 cover that holds the diff pulley.The rear diff had a one tooth difference the KM has 41t the triple R has the 42t ,an those R4 diffs are pricey.
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Old 02-20-2013, 05:21 PM   #2778
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O,good then.I went with the standard aluminum small gears not the special steel ones so the price was not bad.
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Can I convert me WCE into an Evo 2 or R4? If so, how?

I know Kyosho used to have update kits but I'm out of the loop.
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Old 02-25-2013, 09:09 PM   #2780
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Old 02-25-2013, 10:00 PM   #2781
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Can I convert me WCE into an Evo 2 or R4? If so, how?

I know Kyosho used to have update kits but I'm out of the loop.
Yes just get the Evo2 chassie an the Evo2 upperdeck an just add the the smaller diffs an your set.
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Old 02-27-2013, 11:44 AM   #2782
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Yes just get the Evo2 chassie an the Evo2 upperdeck an just add the the smaller diffs an your set.
I thought there were were updates from the WCE to the Evo. I do have the optional SP chassis VZW214 (optional for the WCE).
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Old 02-28-2013, 03:42 AM   #2783
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I attached a pdf from nitrokb.Used this winter to bring some life into my old WCE,it has the information needed to convert a WCE into a Evo.
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Another question. Has anyone seen or used any of the aftermarket GPM aluminum parts for the RRR? They look very cool but something I would do once the car became retired on the shelf.
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What is the difference between VZ209/209B/209C rear bulkheads?
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What is the difference between VZ209/209B/209C rear bulkheads?
VZ209 = 2 camber link positions
VZ209B = 5 camber link positions
VZ209C = 6 camber link positions
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Another question. Has anyone seen or used any of the aftermarket GPM aluminum parts for the RRR? They look very cool but something I would do once the car became retired on the shelf.
I have some of the GPM parts... the mid pulley mount, rear gear box center bulk, servo mount, center bulkheads. I also have some 3Racing aluminum parts, which in my opinion are a little better quality. They would be fine for display purposes but I wouldn't recommend them for racing.

If you want them you can have them for free, just cover shipping and I'll send them.

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VZ209 = 2 camber link positions
VZ209B = 5 camber link positions
VZ209C = 6 camber link positions
Great, thanks Steve. B/C it is.

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i need default setup sheet for evo2 wc

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