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Old 11-27-2008, 01:22 AM   #601
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Hi Guys,

Hope I am posting in the right place... as I just got a V1 S2.

After reading above about the engine - first question will be - is this something I should check? I think the answer is... of course

All belts will be replaced as well but I was wondering if there is anything else I should look out for?

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Old 11-29-2008, 07:41 PM   #602
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well... got my info.

Cars tuned up pretty well & I love it. More so the way it changes in to 2end & then really starts moving
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Old 11-30-2008, 11:22 AM   #603
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Default buy a v one rrr evo 2

any one know a site with a good deal on the vone rrr evo2 ? and is it worth buying th w/c version?
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the upper deck, main chassy plate,are changed and the main steering block and the 3D clutch spring are the same as the M3 . The rest of the car is the RRR evo. Down load the the evo 2 inst. manual for the part #'s.
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Old 12-02-2008, 11:53 PM   #605
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V ONE RRR EVO.2 Arrived la

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The guys running front diffs:

1. I take it the spare #11, #12, #13 servo ackerman arms that come with the kit are the older EVO(1) ackerman arms you guys are referring to use? These are about 1.3mm shorter in length.

2. What is the equivilent to the standard "B" ackerman (11, 12 or 13?)

3. What do you recommend for short twisty tracks and long flowing tracks?

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The guys running front diffs:

1. I take it the spare #11, #12, #13 servo ackerman arms that come with the kit are the older EVO(1) ackerman arms you guys are referring to use? These are about 1.3mm shorter in length.

2. What is the equivilent to the standard "B" ackerman (11, 12 or 13?)

3. What do you recommend for short twisty tracks and long flowing tracks?

Thanks.
I believe the older ackermann plates are numbered 10, 11 & 12.

The equivilant for B would be a #11.

Normally, ppl recommend a #10 for short twisty tracks and #11/#12 for flowing tracks. However, try out the different plates to see what suits you. I personally run #10 for all tracks. I can drive with a #11 but the #10 just "feels right" to me.
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Guys i was looking over the Evo2 instructions and I did spot something that looked a little weird to me , If the new rear arms are 2mm longer why would they make the lenght of the rear hub pillowball go from 4.5mm\4.2mm to 6mm\5.5mm? Just something that I didn't understand

Im not looking a quick fix , Just didn't understand why kyosho would do that.
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Thanks for confirming that.

Can someone confirm is it

VZ218 [Kyosho V1RRR/EVO Differential Joint (19)]

or

VZ219 [Kyosho Differential Joint 12 (RRR)]

Which do I need to build the front diff?
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Guys i was looking over the Evo2 instructions and I did spot something that looked a little weird to me , If the new rear arms are 2mm longer why would they make the lenght of the rear hub pillowball go from 4.5mm\4.2mm to 6mm\5.5mm? Just something that I didn't understand

Im not looking a quick fix , Just didn't understand why kyosho would do that.
The rear arms are not 2mm longer. They are the same as the previous ones.
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Thanks for confirming that.

Can someone confirm is it

VZ218 [Kyosho V1RRR/EVO Differential Joint (19)]

or

VZ219 [Kyosho Differential Joint 12 (RRR)]

Which do I need to build the front diff?
Nova, you will need the former, VZ218 [Kyosho V1RRR/EVO Differential Joint (19)], for the front diff.
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Nova, you will need the former, VZ218 [Kyosho V1RRR/EVO Differential Joint (19)], for the front diff.
Excellent, thank you.
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The rear arms are not 2mm longer. They are the same as the previous ones.
Thank you Scott , But I already knew this i was just making a statement , Onece again what i posted was a STATEMENT not a QUESTION it was mainly food for thought , But thank you for showing us all that you knew the answer.
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