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Old 05-14-2012, 08:18 PM   #676
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Is planned to be release an SP version. Wait and see what will be included.
Where can i find info on the SP version?
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Old 05-15-2012, 01:48 AM   #677
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Where can i find info on the SP version?
No extra info yet, but i beleive they included the steal gear diffs, diif new caps and maybe some aluminium.
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Old 05-15-2012, 12:00 PM   #678
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What engine do you people recommend for the V One R4?

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Team Orion Alpha ABI.... great engine!!!...a lot of power..

Guys...a question...I want to make lighter my car...I want to change some screws into titanium ones... but there a lot of diferent manufactures...wich one do you recomend me??...
Some ones told me that mugen titanium is lighter than lundsford, but mugen are less stronger ones... I want turnbuckles too... and pivot ball screws...
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Team Orion Alpha ABI.... great engine!!!...a lot of power..

Guys...a question...I want to make lighter my car...I want to change some screws into titanium ones... but there a lot of diferent manufactures...wich one do you recomend me??...
Some ones told me that mugen titanium is lighter than lundsford, but mugen are less stronger ones... I want turnbuckles too... and pivot ball screws...
Thaks for help
Gotta agree with the Orion Alpha ABI .12, smooth bottom and mid range, very strong Hi-RPM, Excellent run time, Incredible Price/Value........


Just get the Titainum suspension Pivot Balls and Tie Rods and call it Good.

I have Two RRR's with Life Rx packs and Std weight bodies, Large/heavy diffs, both weigh less than 1700 grams.
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Old 05-15-2012, 02:24 PM   #680
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Just get the Titainum suspension Pivot Balls and Tie Rods and call it Good.
Where can I get the Titainum suspension Pivot Balls and Tie Rods??... wich manufacture?┐... I couldn't find it...xD...Can you link it please?..or give me the reference number┐?...
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Where can I get the Titainum suspension Pivot Balls and Tie Rods??... wich manufacture?┐... I couldn't find it...xD...Can you link it please?..or give me the reference number┐?...
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If the R4 uses 9mm pivot balls then the RRR's should work, Kyosho part # VZW024V-8, (A Main Hobbies has them for $70 USD), either Lunsford or possibly Kyosho RRR Tie Rods, these are 46mm in length, #92415 would lighten the steering system.

Note- Xray and Capricorn use 8.4mm pivot balls if thats what the R4 would need.
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Old 05-15-2012, 07:10 PM   #682
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If the R4 uses 9mm pivot balls then the RRR's should work, Kyosho part # VZW024V-8, (A Main Hobbies has them for $70 USD), either Lunsford or possibly Kyosho RRR Tie Rods, these are 46mm in length, #92415 would lighten the steering system.

Note- Xray and Capricorn use 8.4mm pivot balls if thats what the R4 would need.
Thanks a lot... I will look it for!!...
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Team Orion Alpha ABI.... great engine!!!...a lot of power..

Guys...a question...I want to make lighter my car...I want to change some screws into titanium ones... but there a lot of diferent manufactures...wich one do you recomend me??...
Some ones told me that mugen titanium is lighter than lundsford, but mugen are less stronger ones... I want turnbuckles too... and pivot ball screws...
Thaks for help
Where can i find a shop on internet that sell the Team Orion Alpha ABI engine?
I find a guy from Taiwan selling the new V-One car kit with free Kyosho muffler on Ebay for only $600 USD is it a good deal? Can you trust?

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Where can i find a shop on internet that sell the Team Orion Alpha ABI engine?
I find a guy from Taiwan selling the new V-One car kit with free Kyosho muffler on Ebay for only $600 USD is it a good deal? Can you trust?

thanks!

Maybe is a good deal maybe not... link it...You have to watch his reputation...if is Top Seller, its ok!!..
Link of the engine... just search on google...
http://www.the-border.com/TEAM-ORION...-ORI80633.html
http://www.teamorion.com/alpha-2-1-c...amic-en-2.html
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Old 05-16-2012, 07:30 PM   #685
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How is the plastic and drive pins holding up on the r4? Is it better than the rrr.?
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Some first specs of the SP Version.

http://www.kyosho.com/jpn/products/r...duct_id=108780
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Lightbulb tie rods

is there any difference as far as strength is concerned from the turn buckles on the r4 versus the rrr's of past? im using xray rods on my rrr.2shimo. that seems to be the weakest part for me.
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Some first specs of the SP Version.

http://www.kyosho.com/jpn/products/r...duct_id=108780

Did the site really say that the 1 piece motor mount was carved from wood?! Look at the pic on the bottm left.
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^^ no it is 7075 alu
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Old 05-24-2012, 05:24 AM   #690
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Some more pics

http://www.hobbymedia.it/38278/kyosh...oka-hobby-show
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