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Old 04-01-2005, 09:15 AM   #1966
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I think this is what they are talking about. http://www.vhtpaint.com/trackbite.htm

You could probably run any tire with this stuff. Like somebody said earlier, if you ever stepped in it it will just about rip your shoes off.
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Old 04-01-2005, 11:02 AM   #1967
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Hi guys, has anyone found a good method of mounting a lola body to the RRR?
I tried to use the bumper from the V1R Evo, but it doesnt fit!
Im fresh out of ideas for this one.
Im almost positive that the Chassis is so narrow at the front that the G4 lola kit wont fit.
Im a bit gutted, as I fully intended to use a lola with this, I cant stand touring car shells!
If anyone has any ideas I would be most grateful, I cant be the only one who wants a lola on this car.
Also there doesnt appear to be any Kyosho Optional parts in the manual that could be used.
THanks

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Old 04-01-2005, 01:40 PM   #1968
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I was wondering if anyone who used or uses VHT could pm me the details on how you apply it, safe keeping, thining methods ect. My club is looking at using it this summer and I am having a tough time finding out details on this stuuf.
Thanks in advance
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Old 04-01-2005, 01:51 PM   #1969
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Unhappy DISASTER !!!

Disaster!!!

My poor baby (RRR,Sirio Evo2) has been stolen about a month ago...
No need to say, after a couple of days I decided to order the WCR!!!
So now that I have received it, my friend SpeedsteRRR is constructing it (due to my busy schedule) and he is the ideal person to write down EXACTLY all the differences between WCR and simple RRR.
I decided to use an OS Max TR this time, since here in Greece we suffer from high temperatures even in March! Imagine what will happen in August with 40 degrees C!!!

Unfortunately, this Sunday, we have the second race for this year's championship...so I will try my chances with my "oldy but goldy" HPI RS4 Racer...(actually I think I drive it in "slow motion" compared to the RRR)

Anyway, just for the history, I send you my last foto of my RRR on the day it was gone...for ever...

P.S. Come on SpeedsteRRR, share with the rest of the guyes the differences...
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Old 04-01-2005, 02:24 PM   #1970
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I just installed the 2 deg. front hubs on my car. Couldn't tell much of a difference just yet. I only ran the car in a parking lot while breaking in a motor. From what I can tell I lost some of the responsiveness of the front end(read as nervousness to some people).
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Never got the chance to see you again. But great job on the last Aritronics Champs... You're just getting faster and faster with your car..

Are you guys making it up to Vegas?
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Old 04-01-2005, 03:20 PM   #1971
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Hey Ron,

Yes, I am going to the Vegas Race. Are You?

I am going to need A LOT of practice!
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Old 04-01-2005, 03:21 PM   #1972
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I was wondering if anyone who used or uses VHT could pm me the details on how you apply it, safe keeping, thining methods ect. My club is looking at using it this summer and I am having a tough time finding out details on this stuuf.
Thanks in advance
One of our local guys, Tom Kelley, is a real expert on VHT. He is usually on this site someplace but you may want to PM him.

He has answered this question on here before so you may want to try a search,
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Old 04-01-2005, 03:34 PM   #1973
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Hi guys, has anyone found a good method of mounting a lola body to the RRR?
I tried to use the bumper from the V1R Evo, but it doesnt fit!
Im fresh out of ideas for this one.
Im almost positive that the Chassis is so narrow at the front that the G4 lola kit wont fit.
Im a bit gutted, as I fully intended to use a lola with this, I cant stand touring car shells!
If anyone has any ideas I would be most grateful, I cant be the only one who wants a lola on this car.
Also there doesnt appear to be any Kyosho Optional parts in the manual that could be used.
THanks

ROssco
I have been trying to find a solution to that Front bumper for the RRR myself. I hope somebody here has one.
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Old 04-01-2005, 04:26 PM   #1974
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Racing4Evo - I will be there , Dont know if I am the "Ron" you are refering to .
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Sorry, I was talking to Ron Calangi.
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What is a kookaburra and a wallaby . Also what is a wombat?
They are native Australian animals
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Old 04-01-2005, 10:25 PM   #1977
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Hi guys, has anyone found a good method of mounting a lola body to the RRR?
I tried to use the bumper from the V1R Evo, but it doesnt fit!
Im fresh out of ideas for this one.
Im almost positive that the Chassis is so narrow at the front that the G4 lola kit wont fit.
Im a bit gutted, as I fully intended to use a lola with this, I cant stand touring car shells!
If anyone has any ideas I would be most grateful, I cant be the only one who wants a lola on this car.
Also there doesnt appear to be any Kyosho Optional parts in the manual that could be used.
THanks

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The RR/RR Evo lola mounts only one hole lines up with the RRR chassis so i drilled 2 extra holes and they line up

Ps. the pic was taken during build lol

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Old 04-03-2005, 06:52 PM   #1978
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guys..just got my v-one rrr wc edition. i'll be building it. i'll post what are the differences of the wc edition from the regular v-one rrr kit...


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Old 04-03-2005, 06:55 PM   #1979
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If anybody is interested i'm letting go this item(alluminum adapter to make front diff solid) New in the Package for the FW-05R or the Vone RRR pm me if interested (Cheap)
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Old 04-03-2005, 11:22 PM   #1980
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i got the WC kit ard 3 weeks ago, must agree that the hop ups are worth the extra money that you spent. it may look simple and rather 'not so important' hop ups (except for the front universal shaft), even if that's how you think... it's still worth it.
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