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Old 08-12-2009, 03:53 PM   #1
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Default Kyosho V1RRR Evo convert to Evo2

if i have a evo1, am i able to buy updated parts to convert it into the new evo2?! or you are not able to?! ThankYou!
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Jeeesus christ! Ask these questions in the V-One RRR thread! No need to create a thread everytime you have a question! If that was the case, id be creating 30 new threads a day. The search function is your friend. Use it!!!

http://www.rctech.net/forum/nitro-ro...V-one+RRR+Evo2

http://www.rctech.net/forum/nitro-ro...V-one+RRR+Evo2

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no need to be so harsh, he just asked a question. I wouldnt bother to convert it to the evo2. The regular evo is still one awesome ride. But yes you can convert it if you wanted to. There isnt that many differences
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no need to be so harsh, he just asked a question. I wouldnt bother to convert it to the evo2. The regular evo is still one awesome ride. But yes you can convert it if you wanted to. There isnt that many differences
ThankYou tony!
btw what is the differences between the evo and WC edition?!?
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ThankYou tony!
btw what is the differences between the evo and WC edition?!?
Which cars are you actually talking about? The history, if I remember correctly is:

RRR
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RRR Evo2
RRR Evo2 WC

Regarding changing your car over, here is what I would do. Change over the rear end so you can use zero offset tires. Mostly because the zero offset is easier to find. When you have to replace the chassis, you will most likely have to use the Evo2 chassis anyway as the older chassis is discontinued. I would do the same thing with the radio tray as well. Either change that over when you need to replace the chassis, or wait until you break the tray.. which may never happen. There are other differences, but I wouldn't worry about it just now. You seem to be a newer racer so practice is your friend. Put your car together and go run some laps.
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