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Old 04-07-2005, 04:25 AM   #2041
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Doki Doki....Excellent pics, and i can only imagine how seriously quick that car will be running with that motor
One little hint you may wish to try on your car is to apply a bit of oil (i use the shock oil) to the o-ring (part #121) under the shocks adjustable threaded collar. It`ll make it much smoother and easier to adjust
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Old 04-07-2005, 05:54 AM   #2042
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the side belt tensioner of the wc edition is adjustable compared to the fixed location in the regular rrr...
Adjustable how ???? Do you have a better picture of it and how it is adjustable?

I have made one for my normal RRR.
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the screw that goes through the belt tensioner runs through a slit, so by loosening nut you can adjust tension less/more as you require.

kawahara brake disk is good brake upgrade, well worth the dollars i had brakes through out my 20 minute 1/8th final which is better then the 3 laps i was getting with the kit one.

i ended up winning my final by almost two laps... just needed tires for the final so bought a set that were 1mm offset and didnt realise so i didnt measure the track and i didnt expect to do as good as i did lol so i ended up watching for the rest of the day i'll only get caught once tho
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Old 04-07-2005, 08:13 AM   #2044
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doki,are u planning on using foams? choco
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Old 04-07-2005, 08:15 PM   #2045
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nice pix doki...good job...tnx for sharing..
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Old 04-08-2005, 12:48 AM   #2046
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DOKI,ARE U GONNA USE FOAMS FOR YOUR TIRES? CHOCO
i'm gonna use rubber tires. at our tracks, we use rubber tires since our track is made of cement. we use sorex 40R tires with medium inserts...
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Old 04-08-2005, 12:49 AM   #2047
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wow doki that engine is a screamer specially that 5 port

have fun
thanks... i also tried using the rb x12 5 ports turbo engine tuned by rody. it's also a screamer
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Notice that you do not have the rear stabilizer bar...Did u remove it on purpose?
i assembled the rear stabilizer but decided not to install it. will try running the kit first without the reat stabilizer...
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Old 04-08-2005, 12:52 AM   #2049
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believe me it will lived up to your expectation be careful with that throttle that kit and engine of yours is a very potent combination
i'll be very careful...i've also tried using the rb x12 5 ports turbo tuned by rody in my v-one r before. i had to back off from the throttle a bit...
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Hi doki_doki.

I would like to ask you if you have any idea if the front diff (used as a spool) fits OK, or if it still hits the steering ball cups.
i haven't tried it yet but i will keep you posted when i try it. my parts for conversion of the front diff to a regular diff just arrived. as of now, i have installed the front oneway that came with the kit... still have to see how the car performs with the oneway since in our tracks here is a bit technical...
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Doki Doki....Excellent pics, and i can only imagine how seriously quick that car will be running with that motor
One little hint you may wish to try on your car is to apply a bit of oil (i use the shock oil) to the o-ring (part #121) under the shocks adjustable threaded collar. It`ll make it much smoother and easier to adjust
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i did that already... it made adjusting the shocks easier. i had that experience with the v-one r...
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Old 04-08-2005, 12:58 AM   #2052
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Adjustable how ???? Do you have a better picture of it and how it is adjustable?

I have made one for my normal RRR.
will try to post better pictures of the adjustable belt tensioner of the wc edition...
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here's the body shell i decided to use in my kit...

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i haven't tried it yet but i will keep you posted when i try it. my parts for conversion of the front diff to a regular diff just arrived. as of now, i have installed the front oneway that came with the kit... still have to see how the car performs with the oneway since in our tracks here is a bit technical...
Too late! I have the answer already. Thanx anyway.

The diff fits fine!!!
You will also need the 3racing alum. part to block the diff and the Kyosho Diff Joint 19.
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i haven't been racing for 4 years and just bought the WC kit with Sirio engine, don't dare to put full throttle either... but the drive train is really smooth
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