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Old 10-12-2010, 03:22 PM   #31
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im using the serpent diff in the rear.. havent really played with it in a long time since i brought a electric offroad buggy..
I knew you had posted some images so i went see the thread and so i'm assuming it's a drop in fit for the serpent diff in the rear and a Capricorn in front.Well weather here isn't great just wanted something to keep me busy indoors waiting for the R4.Any more news about the R4?
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I knew you had posted some images so i went see the thread and so i'm assuming it's a drop in fit for the serpent diff in the rear and a Capricorn in front.Well weather here isn't great just wanted something to keep me busy indoors waiting for the R4.Any more news about the R4?
not quite drop in, you need the ever illusive 10x18 bearings, 10x.01/.03 shims for the front and you can grind the rear bulkhead to make the rear fit. jason runs an xray rear belt, i run the kyosho belt since the diff is 1 less tooth.
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Thanks Brian.Well,in that case i might go the easy way,kyosho titanium bevel shaft vzw211 and maybe the lightweight second gear holder and the hollow shafts.Any more news about the R4?Just says it's "coming soon" at kyosho's euro site...
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not quite drop in, you need the ever illusive 10x18 bearings, 10x.01/.03 shims for the front and you can grind the rear bulkhead to make the rear fit. jason runs an xray rear belt, i run the kyosho belt since the diff is 1 less tooth.
the reason why i run the serpent rear diff is because they use 12x18 bearings.. therefore you can use the existing bearings which i find are much better

also with the serpent diff using the xray belt, it fit perfectly using the stock notches, and u can adjust the notches as they go..

also serpent diff is 'slightly' narrower than the xray diff, so you dont have to dremel the bulkheads, i just sand the eccentrics down so make them thinner and it fits fine.

i allowed the rear diff to have ~ .01mm side to side slop so the rear is very free spinning. i can spin the diff and it will spin for ages.

as for the front, its pretty much a straight drop in, you need the illusive 10x18mm bearings and shims to shim it out.. i also give the front a ~.01mm slop so its very free.
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Thanks Brian.Well,in that case i might go the easy way,kyosho titanium bevel shaft vzw211 and maybe the lightweight second gear holder and the hollow shafts.Any more news about the R4?Just says it's "coming soon" at kyosho's euro site...
iv been using the titanium 2pd gear, havent had any problem yet.. its 4g lighter than stock but u will need to use the old 2sp clutch with it.
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Jason,mine's a RRR WCE absolutely stock,so it must use the old 2speed clutch right?Thanks for your help guys!
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Jason,mine's a RRR WCE absolutely stock,so it must use the old 2speed clutch right?Thanks for your help guys!
laydown servo?

yep, you can run the titanium shoe .

and i the 3racing titanium shaft is good too, it has the holes for the pins so you can use the pulley, brake hub, etc.
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yep, you can run the titanium shoe .

and i the 3racing titanium shaft is good too, it has the holes for the pins so you can use the pulley, brake hub, etc.
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R4 discussion please!
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Found these on red rc

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wow, heaps of difference.. looks like a completely new car.

look how low the top deck is now.. it looks like you will only be able to run a low profile throttle servo.. in one of the pics, you can see the low profile servo touching the bottom chassis..

rear end is alot different, bulkheads, different arms (look at where the swaybar attaches to the arms), shock tower,

the front end is different aswell. bulkheads (to accomodate for lower top deck), shock tower,

new fuel tank

spur gear looks alot smaller

still big diffs... looks like the v-oneS ones they were round like that.

one thing ill be doing when this comes out is buying the front bulkheads so i can lower my topdeck. the rear looks pretty compatible with the current RRR aswell.
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sorry guys, i'm just a noob, but is this a replacement for the rrr evo 2?
i get confused with all the rrr and the non evo ones etc
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Please, visit kyoshoeurope.com if you want more pics of the new Vone R4

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not bad, i knew there had to be something besides fuzzy cad drawings.

unfortunately they changed just enough that this is an entirely new car, a chassis + top deck + bulkheads is probably the price of the car.. but the good news is that since they seem to have kept the drivetrain the same we can use our evo2's for parts.
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