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Old 10-11-2004, 04:45 AM   #136
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Have not run the car yet, will be running it tomorrow.
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Did you get a chance to have a run today? If so, how does it compare to the Evo & orginal V1R?

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Old 10-11-2004, 04:50 AM   #137
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Did you get a chance to have a run today? If so, how does it compare to the Evo & orginal V1R?

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Judging from Adrian Bertin's time at the WC ... its got to be one of the best Kyosho cars at the moment. Josh Cyrul also elected to run this car rather than the FW05.
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Old 10-11-2004, 04:53 AM   #138
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Judging from Adrian Bertin's time at the WC ... its got to be one of the best Kyosho cars at the moment. Josh Cyrul also elected to run this car rather than the FW05.
What was the deal with Josh's frnt diff? I have run the FW-05R before and am currently have a TM G4. The Fw-05R seemed to have a much more planted rear end then the G4, but then the orginal V1R i has was like that as well

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Old 10-11-2004, 05:09 AM   #139
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What was the deal with Josh's frnt diff? I have run the FW-05R before and am currently have a TM G4. The Fw-05R seemed to have a much more planted rear end then the G4, but then the orginal V1R i has was like that as well

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Not sure about the diff. Which picture are you looking at? The one where he was holding the car with the designer?
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Not sure about the diff. Which picture are you looking at? The one where he was holding the car with the designer?
I haven't seen any pictures??? Any links

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Old 10-11-2004, 05:58 AM   #141
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Here it is: http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthre...postid=1146591
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Old 10-11-2004, 06:09 AM   #142
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I haven't seen any pictures??? Any links

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Well, I saw a couple on the Starting Grid WC forum ... you'll need to go there and sign up to see all the pictures. Its at http://sgrid.com

Below are the pics I was referring to:-


Josh Cyrul and Yoshinobu Nikaido


Cyrul's car.
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Old 10-11-2004, 06:09 AM   #143
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I would figure that the 1745 grams is with a bodyshell and full race trim with PT. The 1625 grams Pyramid quoted must be the weight of the car out of the box with no bodyshell included.

In my mind, add a bodysheel and a PT and they should come out weighting the same.
InitialD: what do you mean by PT???
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I would figure that the 1745 grams is with a bodyshell and full race trim with PT. The 1625 grams Pyramid quoted must be the weight of the car out of the box with no bodyshell included.

In my mind, add a bodysheel and a PT and they should come out weighting the same.
We have 3 guys running the 710 at the club and mostly they are underweight by 50g so 1625 could be correct in race trim

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Hows is the fuel consumption for the rrr ?
i am running a rex rers5 on a mtx3 normally give me 6min run time
but after running the same engine on the rrr it gave me only 4 1/2 min.....can anybody help...
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BB, your after another car already?

Kyosho are normally pretty quick to update their Japanese website, and I haven't seen any mention of a rubber tyre version on it anywhere.

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I finally had a weekend without typhoons and rain. Had a chance to run the RRR and had a great race day. I wanted to share the results with you. The race day was a casual format with many races getting under way when enough people were ready to run. I won all but 1 race and at the end of the day was overall fastest aswell! I had never beaten the fast guys at that track before, and I beat them cleanly so i was very very happy! The 3r was running great! so happy with this car. just wanted to share.
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Old 10-11-2004, 11:22 PM   #150
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I think that's just for the kit.
Hi jeff !!
By any chance, do you know what is the internal ratio of the car
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