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Old 04-13-2005, 08:00 AM   #2131
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If anyone is looking for a RRR Worlds Kit I have a brand new package deal for sale. Check the link below. I have no time to race the kit.

RRR Wolrds For Sale
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Old 04-13-2005, 08:17 AM   #2132
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thats way too expensive.
Can get them cheaper from the shops son.
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Old 04-13-2005, 09:34 AM   #2133
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Not the *worlds* kit, 450 is the cheapest you'll find it, at least in the places I've looked. If you're willing to buy two, now, that's the question!

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Old 04-13-2005, 10:35 AM   #2134
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only ones a worlds kit.
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Old 04-13-2005, 05:10 PM   #2135
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just finished fixing up my rrr, i notice that the wheel alignment direction for front and back looks like this from top down view...

\ / <----front

/ \ <----back


Is this alright/correct? If not how do i adjust it?

cheerz...
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Old 04-13-2005, 07:15 PM   #2136
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Yep. That's right. I just hope they're not that in equivalent angles.

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Old 04-13-2005, 10:31 PM   #2137
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just finished fixing up my rrr, i notice that the wheel alignment direction for front and back looks like this from top down view...

\ / <----front

/ \ <----back


Is this alright/correct? If not how do i adjust it?

cheerz...
your eyes are not deceiveing you thats the stock set-up in your manual front wheels are about 1 degree to 2 degrees toe-out rear wheels have a negative 1 to 2 degrees camber. adjust according to your driving style and track condition
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Thanks DaRollaRacer and buboy28.
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Old 04-14-2005, 04:12 PM   #2139
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your eyes are not deceiveing you thats the stock set-up in your manual front wheels are about 1 degree to 2 degrees toe-out rear wheels have a negative 1 to 2 degrees camber. adjust according to your driving style and track condition
i also noticed that while i was building the kit.... but now, i have changed my setting to suit my driving style and especially my engine... to much torque and top-end speed in the rbv12 5 ports turbo engine tuned by rody...
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Old 04-14-2005, 08:28 PM   #2140
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i also noticed that while i was building the kit.... but now, i have changed my setting to suit my driving style and especially my engine... to much torque and top-end speed in the rbv12 5 ports turbo engine tuned by rody...
Pare how's the race backhome?
I really miss the pinas pare.
I was thinking on goin home to phils. Next year and stay there for good.
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Old 04-15-2005, 03:36 AM   #2141
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i also noticed that while i was building the kit.... but now, i have changed my setting to suit my driving style and especially my engine... to much torque and top-end speed in the rbv12 5 ports turbo engine tuned by rody...
that set-up might be good for rubber tires but i think it was the set-up they used in Brazil running foam tires although from what i see it might ate up a lot of foam tires though not yet so sure. will be running mine this weekend using foam tires will give you feedback goodluck with your race this week
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Old 04-15-2005, 01:38 PM   #2142
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Hi

I Was testing the v one rrr tonight and found the following.

1. The camber at the rear is too much and the 50000 oil is very hard for a tight track. Gonna change it to 3000 in R and 10000 in front.
2. the stock black springs are too hard and it makes my car skid.
3. i pushed the expo to 75% on the steering and 40% on throttle. will do more later as we progress.
4. Engine is purring nicely and as per website Sirio asks to do 10 tanks rich at half throttle. sometimes the car drags at that time we need to give in full throttle bursts to get the extra fuel out.
5. tyres are getting shaved off real quick due to the stock setup at the rear.

any setup tips for a sandy track.

More later.......

cheerzzz......
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Old 04-17-2005, 04:20 AM   #2143
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Default RRR WCR

Finally, my RRR WCR is ready!
Check it out!!

P.S. Thanks SpeedsteRRR!!!
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Old 04-17-2005, 04:53 AM   #2144
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Nice

You should put the pipe lower as the fuel will build up

Try using the Skyline muffler mount
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Default 4MM Shock Towers $9.99 free shipping worldwide

selling 4mm shock towers. they are $9.99 with free shipping. made of carbon fiber. if interested, send paypal to [email protected] (after the _ is a j in the paypal address) and email me to [email protected] your address and will ship in one day. attached is a copy of one. same exact hole locations as factory. also, thank you for the support of all the people who have purchased from me in the past. i do appreciate it. i am down to 10 left....

the 4mm is a lot stronger than the stock one.
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