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Old 11-04-2003, 07:50 PM   #1
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Rather parking lot racing or track racing is the V one RR Evo a good car ?


The way the pictures look of the Evo is that the front bumper is sloped down, are you limited to only 8th scale type bodies or will any 200mm body fit this car?

On tower hobbies website and other websites they say that the V one RR Evo is a shaft drive is this true because some pics that I saw dosent look like a shaft drive?


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Old 11-04-2003, 08:01 PM   #2
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A few questions


Rather parking lot racing or track racing is the V one RR Evo a good car ?


The way the pictures look of the Evo is that the front bumper is sloped down, are you limited to only 8th scale type bodies or will any 200mm body fit this car?

On tower hobbies website and other websites they say that the V one RR Evo is a shaft drive is this true because some pics that I saw dosent look like a shaft drive?


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I can't see why the Evo wouldn't be good for parking lot racing (as long as there's not stones around) and it sure can hold it's own on fully prepped race tracks !

The bumper they show in the pic is for the Lola bodies, but Kyosho, being the nice people they are include a foam bumper as well for Touring Car bodies... so they basically leave it up to you.

The Evo isn't shaft drive... that's the FW-05R/S series.
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A few questions


Rather parking lot racing or track racing is the V one RR Evo a good car ?


The way the pictures look of the Evo is that the front bumper is sloped down, are you limited to only 8th scale type bodies or will any 200mm body fit this car?

On tower hobbies website and other websites they say that the V one RR Evo is a shaft drive is this true because some pics that I saw dosent look like a shaft drive?


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RCJayy, we talk about V1RR Evo more in Kyosho VOne R Thread...so check it out!
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Old 11-05-2003, 11:14 AM   #4
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is weight an issuue with the V one RR Evo
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i notice that the k-factory rear left chassis stiffeners (wt belt tansion) can't fit in the in evo kit. is there any hop-up or can i reused the rr left chassis stiffeners.
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i notice that the k-factory rear left chassis stiffeners (wt belt tansion) can't fit in the in evo kit. is there any hop-up or can i reused the rr left chassis stiffeners.
As esham said,

"we talk about V1RR Evo more in Kyosho VOne R Thread...so check it out!"

. . . . so lets keep all the info in the existing thread, eh.
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