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Old 04-08-2005, 04:21 PM   #2071
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I have fully tested almost all the cars, and in my opinion the RRR is the best. Easiest to work on, simplest, fastest. Everything about the car means business. Can't wait to see if the MTX-4 can compete.
when the mtx-4 ll be available to public??
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Old 04-08-2005, 04:57 PM   #2072
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hi RRRguys!

i own the tm g4 car kit nad i am planning to buy my next car!i am between the 710 and the RRR!but i don t know what to choose!
do any of you have tested fully these two cars?what do you suggest?

be objective

thank you in advance

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I`ve heard a few owners of the 710`s saying they tend to break certain parts quite easily.
One thing i can say about the RRR is that its durability is very good.
Judging by some of the results in the major races here over the past few months, its really the MTX3, RRR, and 710 that are dominating. I`d be getting the car which has the easiest parts availability in your country.
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Old 04-08-2005, 05:57 PM   #2073
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I`ve heard a few owners of the 710`s saying they tend to break certain parts quite easily.
One thing i can say about the RRR is that its durability is very good.
Judging by some of the results in the major races here over the past few months, its really the MTX3, RRR, and 710 that are dominating. I`d be getting the car which has the easiest parts availability in your country.
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andyt is ryt get the car that is most parts availability in your LHS.
but for me the RRR is the best of all those cars and the best car this time...
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Old 04-09-2005, 04:54 AM   #2074
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Hey guys i have issues with the shocks leaking any suggestions???

Thanks
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Old 04-09-2005, 09:17 AM   #2075
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Hey guys i have issues with the shocks leaking any suggestions???

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Leaking where? Check for worn out parts and replace them is what I'd do.
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Old 04-09-2005, 11:58 AM   #2076
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Hi all,

I have been running an HPI rs4 for about 8 months, and now its time to change! I was about to buy an r40 and after reading all the possible threads I could find I opted for the RRR/nsr12s3 .

However I have obviously far far exceded my budget now with these new toys and still need a radio-trans and servos. My LHS is offering me a Sanwa mx 3s and 2 vr servos for an interesting price, have any of you used these items on your RRR (or if at all)?


Any comments much appreciated
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Old 04-09-2005, 02:58 PM   #2077
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Hey guys i have issues with the shocks leaking any suggestions???

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My shocks leaked too. From the top. I put the softer clear bladders, and they seem better.
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Old 04-09-2005, 04:14 PM   #2078
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Hey guys i have issues with the shocks leaking any suggestions???

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I`d say it would be the HC diaphragms that have worn, arent sitting properly, or possibly have slight splits/tears in them.
There was another post I`d read somewhere (not sure if it was here) where people were having issues with the shocks leaking.
When winding down the shock cap, make sure that it isnt too tight, as this may also tend to damage the diaphragm.
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Old 04-09-2005, 06:41 PM   #2079
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Thanks Guys

Ive replaced the diaphrams with the Kyosho white ones

All good not a leak

Thanks for the advice

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Ive replaced the diaphrams with the Kyosho white ones

All good not a leak

Thanks for the advise
I use Mugen shocks on one of my RRR's. They will never leak.
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Yer the mugen shocks are great but i found that the shafts brake very easy just one tape from behind and they will snap. That was the case with my MTX3
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Someone asked about the RRR in a bumpy track. Well I raced at one today and the RRR was AWESOME. The track was so bumpy I started my main with 6mm/7mm ride height and still scratched my chassis. I was probably the least skilled driver in the A main (qualified 9th, and I think almost everyone else has some sorts of sponsorship) but I had the 3rd or 4th fastest lap in the group, only 0.03 sec behind the fastest guy. I ended up 6th but probably could've done better if my RL wheel did not fall off (my own fault not tighting it before the race). This car worked great and no wonder it did so well at the Worlds in Brazil which was another very bumpy track.
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Here is the track:

http://www.team-titan.com.tw/titantrack-e.htm
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Thanks Guys

Ive replaced the diaphrams with the Kyosho white ones

All good not a leak

Thanks for the advice
can you post the stock number of the kyosho white shock diaphrams??? thanks
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Old 04-10-2005, 03:27 PM   #2085
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Someone asked about the RRR in a bumpy track. Well I raced at one today and the RRR was AWESOME. The track was so bumpy I started my main with 6mm/7mm ride height and still scratched my chassis. I was probably the least skilled driver in the A main (qualified 9th, and I think almost everyone else has some sorts of sponsorship) but I had the 3rd or 4th fastest lap in the group, only 0.03 sec behind the fastest guy. I ended up 6th but probably could've done better if my RL wheel did not fall off (my own fault not tighting it before the race). This car worked great and no wonder it did so well at the Worlds in Brazil which was another very bumpy track.
i agree with you... our local track is also bumpy. it has some uneven portions yet the rrr still performs... i like the handling of the car already even if i only had a few runs. the car will be put to the final test this coming april 16 which is a big race....
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