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Old 03-03-2005, 01:36 AM   #1591
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Hi guys,

just wondering if anybody has problems putting in a front diff..my pulley side binds a lot onto the left front bulkhead..any suggestions would be highly appreciated.
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Old 03-03-2005, 05:01 AM   #1592
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Considering buying the RRR but looking at the pics it doesn't look that easy to access the front diff, can anyone advise how easy it is compared to say the 710 and whether there is likely to be a Ball Diff conversion for the front and rear.

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Old 03-03-2005, 05:12 AM   #1593
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Hey Diesel Racer, settled in Italy already?

I would say they are rather about the same accessing the front diff. But I don't think there's any ball diff for the front and rear of the RRR...
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Old 03-03-2005, 05:36 AM   #1594
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Hi D,

It was Spain we were going to but the bloody wife changed her mind, I tell you I'm well [email protected]**ed, the villa is nearly finished and we were meant to be moving over next month.

Looking to buy another on-road chassis, I really liked my 710 but also quite like the look of the RRR, just not a great fan of standard planetary diffs.

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Old 03-03-2005, 06:03 AM   #1595
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Is there a better site than the Kyosho.jp one to access more pictures of the chassis close up.

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Old 03-03-2005, 06:17 AM   #1596
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It was Spain we were going to but the bloody wife changed her mind, I tell you I'm well [email protected]**ed, the villa is nearly finished and we were meant to be moving over next month.
Ooophs, Spain / Italy = Dyslexic !

Sorry to hear about the wifey... So you're still in UK?

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Looking to buy another on-road chassis, I really liked my 710 but also quite like the look of the RRR, just not a great fan of standard planetary diffs.
Shoot markp27 or Sow&Steady a question and I'm sure they can give you a blow by blow account of the RRR.
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Old 03-03-2005, 06:18 AM   #1597
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Is there a better site than the Kyosho.jp one to access more pictures of the chassis close up.

Mark
Have you tried the 3hobby site? Mark did a short review about it.
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Old 03-03-2005, 06:26 AM   #1598
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Thanks D
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Old 03-03-2005, 11:35 AM   #1599
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Mugen now carries Kawahara parts for the Kyosho car if there is something that you like from kawahara and you can't find it please have your local hobby store to contact Mugen and we will order it.

Here are some examples of what we carry
Z-1785 lower mototr mounts RRR
Z- 17755 SS clutch set for RRR
K428 1rst gear lighten hub
K454-64 T-pivot balls
k463 front steering ack
ect..................
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Old 03-03-2005, 11:39 AM   #1600
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Here are the cars we carry Kawahara parts for.

Kyosho

V- one RRR
V-ONE RRR
FW05
V-ONE R
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Is there a good place to get a comprehensive list of Kawahara RRR option parts? Or is the japanese Kawahara site the best we can do in the US?
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I just received my RRR Worlds kit can anyone tell me if you have to use a special battery. Also what starter boxes would you guys recommend.

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The RRR uses a standard flat pack you can check out skyline racing.com for the battery and few accesories. As for the starter bought the team AE (ntc3 box and just moved the starter box motor to face the right way for the RRR the box lines up perfect.
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Got My VoneRRR WC edition coming tomorrow! any tips at all?!

ta
Its quite an easy build, but heres a couple of tips-
* If youre running a Protoform Mazda 6 body, mount the rear body posts on the inside of the shock tower otherwise they`ll come through the body under the rear wing.
*Section 15 of the instructions shows the brake discs being fitted into the wrong hole......have a close look and you`ll see the correct hole to mount in to.
* The stock centax clutch setting was too heavy for my liking, I wound mine out about 1/2-3/4 turn and its perfect now
* The 2 speed recommends to wind out the screws 3 turns from fully wound in. I found this was way off for the tracks i race on. Between 4 turns and 3 3/4 turns is ideal for me.
* Get the Kyosho Aluminium brake hub (VZW205).....if it doesnt already come with the WC kit.......the plastic ones tend to melt if they cop too much heat.
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