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Old 04-05-2008, 09:46 AM
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Kyosho V-ONE RRR EVO released around in 28 Apr 2006, which the date I post in rctech, Now 05 Apr 2008, I was let you know the V-ONE RRR EVO 2 will release soon!!

The main characteristic out look is the upper deck, it will as lower as possible, but the over all construct remain unchanged (out look only). That all information.
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Does anybody know japanese?
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I'll keep tracking this punk !
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Does anybody know japanese?
I know some Japanese as long as there isn't much Kanji. However, the picture is too small for me to read the details.

I guess it was only a matter of time before we see a new RRR. Apart from the lower radio tray, its doesnt look that different but I'm sure there are quite a few changes. Can't wait to see it!
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I hope they come up with a conversion kit or something... Im probably going to wait for the WC version...
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Probably the gearing would have some changes
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actual gearing is awesome, not too much gear mesh, if only color changes its ok !
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http://blog.daum.net/pcm1024/14351085
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Has anyone found a translator yet?? LOL

Well... I just compared my EVO chassis to the Evo.2 Chassis and its practicly the same screw layout, except on the middle bearing block which doesnt seem to have the two screws on the outside but its a CAD drawing, they couldve missed em.
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Where is this CAD drawing?
I wanna see some pics!
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The resolution on the image is pretty rough and is hard to read....
From what I see....
New chasis shape
New upper deck
2d clutch
Thicker? or new shape? don't know which but rear shock towers.
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Today I actually saw the new V ONE RRR EVO 2 at the RCX show, the major difference is not a lowered radio tray as mentioned earlier, here is the major difference:
The chassis is narrower in the middle on both sides by 4mm and the opening in the front portion of the chassis is milled out thoroughly, (bigger) the radio tray is also narrower by about 2 to 3 mm on the left side, then since it is not a team edition, it uses the none lightened Evolva 2 speed one way and an Evolva 2 speed clutch shoe, then the rest are exactly the same, so if you want to upgrade to the EVO 2 later then all you need is the new Radio Tray and the new Chassis.
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Sam did you take any photos ??
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Today I actually saw the new V ONE RRR EVO 2 at the RCX show, the major difference is not a lowered radio tray as mentioned earlier, here is the major difference:
The chassis is narrower in the middle on both sides by 4mm and the opening in the front portion of the chassis is milled out thoroughly, (bigger) the radio tray is also narrower by about 2 to 3 mm on the left side, then since it is not a team edition, it uses the none lightened Evolva 2 speed one way and an Evolva 2 speed clutch shoe, then the rest are exactly the same, so if you want to upgrade to the EVO 2 later then all you need is the new Radio Tray and the new Chassis.
bro a question on the upperdeck.. can it be converted to a laydown/upright throttle servo configuration like the M3? any pics at the rcx? (and the girls) haha

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yeah, someone take pix of the car; and the kyosho girls also !!
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