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Old 01-07-2011, 09:58 PM   #1
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Default Kyosho V One RRR ride height question

I am just getting back into racing after a 8 year layoff so I bought a Kyosho V One RRR after reading some good reviews and finding a great deal on it. I got everything assembled, put it on my set up station and realized I had no idea how to adjust the fron ride height. I saw droop screws in the back but couldnt find any in the front. Could anyone please help me with this solution.
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I am just getting back into racing after a 8 year layoff so I bought a Kyosho V One RRR after reading some good reviews and finding a great deal on it. I got everything assembled, put it on my set up station and realized I had no idea how to adjust the fron ride height. I saw droop screws in the back but couldnt find any in the front. Could anyone please help me with this solution.
Spring collars (or spacers on older cars) are used for ride height adjustments front + rear.

Droop screws are not to be used to adjust ride height, I suggest setting them back to the standard setup.
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