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Old 04-05-2005, 11:29 PM   #2011
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doki_doki, nice shots there.

to use the adapter I believe you will need another diff housing and shafts maybe the same parts as the rear gear diff, except the bevel gears which is substituted by the adapter. the WC/regular kit comes with one adapter also right?
i see...the wc kit comes with one diff housing and one part for making it solid. it's just made of plastic...but i think it does the job pretty well. will try to use it after i try running the one-way at our tracks. our tracks here in cebu, philippines is more of a technical track...
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I like the look of the side belt tensioner, that should get the belt out from touching the bottom of the exhaust manifold.
It looks to me like the WC kit is still running the stock stamped brake disc?....i`m surprised Kyosho didnt go with something similar to the 3-racing disc on the WC kit.
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yup...kyosho did not upgrade the brake disc in the wc kit. i'm a bit disappointed...
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Old 04-05-2005, 11:31 PM   #2013
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I like the look of the side belt tensioner, that should get the belt out from touching the bottom of the exhaust manifold.
It looks to me like the WC kit is still running the stock stamped brake disc?....i`m surprised Kyosho didnt go with something similar to the 3-racing disc on the WC kit.
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the upgraded side belt tensioner included in the wc kit does a very great job from preventing the side belt from touching the manifold especially if you are running intalian made manifolds....
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Old 04-05-2005, 11:35 PM   #2014
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Even better, the Kawahara RRR brake disc:

http://www.hikarisystem.net/kawahara...goods_ID=K-496
i see.... how much does the kawahara brake disc cost???
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Old 04-05-2005, 11:37 PM   #2015
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GOT ANY MORE IN PROGRESS PICS?THANKS CHOCO
will post new pics later...still busy working on the kit...
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Old 04-05-2005, 11:42 PM   #2016
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i see.... how much does the kawahara brake disc cost???
It's 2625 yen on the web site which is about $24 or 1300 pesos in your money. I paid about $22 for it in Taiwan.
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It's 2625 yen on the web site which is about $24 or 1300 pesos in your money. I paid about $22 for it in Taiwan.
Isn't "pesos" Mexican currency

I could be wrong though
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Isn't "pesos" Mexican currency

I could be wrong though
Peso is used in many countries as unit of currency including Mexico, most of south America, and Philippines (previously a Spanish colony).
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Peso is used in many countries as unit of currency including Mexico, most of south America, and Philippines (previously a Spanish colony).
I stand corrected

very knowledgeable person you are Jeff
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It's 2625 yen on the web site which is about $24 or 1300 pesos in your money. I paid about $22 for it in Taiwan.
i see.. thanks... will try to get hold of one...
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Peso is used in many countries as unit of currency including Mexico, most of south America, and Philippines (previously a Spanish colony).
you are right there jeffrylin... philippines was previously a spanish colony...
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Even better, the Kawahara RRR brake disc:

http://www.hikarisystem.net/kawahara...goods_ID=K-496
What about the IFW122 SP brake disc? Is the Kawahara better?

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you are right there jeffrylin... philippines was previously a spanish colony...
doki: if you are building the kit according to the setting sheet rear wheels will have a negative 2 degree camber while front wheels will have a 2 degree toe out
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doki: if you are building the kit according to the setting sheet rear wheels will have a negative 2 degree camber while front wheels will have a 2 degree toe out
thanks for the heads up... i've noticed it while building the kit. not yet sure if it's the exact figures as you mentioned it. i still have to put the kit in a hudy in order to make the accurate adjustments...
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Default v-one rrr wc edition

another difference between the wc kit and the regular rrr is that the brake adapter is already aluminum...


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