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Old 07-11-2009, 01:45 AM   #1
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Who has a picture of the above part from Kysosho??
It is from a Kyosho V-ONE RR and i think it is the ring that holds the belt pulley or is it the complete pulley set to use on part number VZ-08???
Any info is more then welcome
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I think this is what you are looking for. Its a whole set.
VZ008B - Pulley set
http://www.shopkyosho.com/product/pa...r=VZ008B/410.0
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As in a pulley and the part that holds it in it's place???
I know it is for the VZ-08 and that is a spool for the RR.
If any one got a pic of the item i would be very happy.

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VZ-08B is a pulley set the "B" is probably just an update. Don't think it has anything to do with a spool.

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22,23,24,196,197 X1
21 X2
26 X3

21 = pulley... rear jack shaft
22 = pulley... front jack shaft to diff
23 = brake adapter
24 = spacer
26 = plate
196 = pulley... front jack shaft to rear jack shaft
197 = plate
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If you want the spool, it is VZW220

there is a picture on this link

http://www.rc-mushroom.com/product_i...ducts_id=13844

VZ008 is here, and B is usually an update of a part. I don't know the exact differences but probably tooth numbers or material.

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That is the spool for a triple r and i have the spool for a double r and need the pulley to fit on it so i can use the bloody thing.
The spool for the rr is part VZW-08 and i need the pulley that go's on that sucker.


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If you want the spool, it is VZW220

there is a picture on this link

http://www.rc-mushroom.com/product_i...ducts_id=13844

VZ008 is here, and B is usually an update of a part. I don't know the exact differences but probably tooth numbers or material.

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That is the spool for a triple r and i have the spool for a double r and need the pulley to fit on it so i can use the bloody thing.
The spool for the rr is part VZW-08 and i need the pulley that go's on that sucker.


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according to the manual, the rr came with a one-way (vz078) and a diff. the oneway is not a spool but bolts up similarly. it uses part # 29 and 30 for the pulley which is available in bag VZ009 which is these parts

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The front pulley is there on the pic(bottum right) but i also need something to hold it on the spool for the rr.
The spool for the RR is part number VZW-08
http://www.kyosho.de/?page=shop%2Fpr...search=VZW-08#
You need a ring to hold the pulley on the spool.
I don't know if that ring is the same as the one you use on the plastic spool of the S-III parts number VZ-048??
If so then i would be very happy
Look at the pic's.
On the right there is the spool for the RR and i hope that the part in the left pic(bottum right is the one i need.

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Honestly? buy the ybslow aluminum spool and be done with it since it uses current gear sets.

I really had no clue kyosho ever made the spool you showed above, that is quite unique. I don't know why they didn't stick with that since they later went back to it with the one I posted above.
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