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Old 04-25-2005, 10:28 AM   #2236
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Who has the best deals on the WCE and Regular VOneRRR?

How hard are parts to come by? For instance, to me the VOneRR Evo is still new and it seems like parts are non-existent. Does Kyo still make parts for the RR?
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Old 04-25-2005, 12:43 PM   #2237
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The only parts they are still making for the RR Evolution are the ones that are cross compatible with the FW-05R.

The RRR is a much better car than the RR Evolution so I wouldn't even consider an Evolution now. PM me if you are interested in a WC edition.
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Old 04-25-2005, 12:44 PM   #2238
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27T

24T 18T


18T 21T

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The 24T side pulley can be replaced with 23T if you want to run a split.

The 24T pulley is used if you DON'T want to run a split.
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Old 04-25-2005, 12:57 PM   #2239
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Hey Peter where have you been? We raced Sunday and the RRR is dialed for the new Rev layout.
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Where is a good place to share setups on this car? I would love to see what other people are using.


All the best,

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Old 04-25-2005, 04:00 PM   #2241
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How hard are parts to come by? For instance, to me the VOneRR Evo is still new and it seems like parts are non-existent. Does Kyo still make parts for the RR?
Theres a few parts that are cross compatible between the RR EVO and the RRR.....these include-
- servo saver
- shocks
- spur gears
- foam bumper
- front stabiliser set
- middle shaft
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Old 04-25-2005, 05:25 PM   #2242
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yes it's a novarossi 12RR L5 tuned by m-speed cost me around P29,000 (58,000 Yen)
woah...that's pretty much expensive pare... as for me, i settled for the rb v12 5 ports turbo tuned by rody...
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Old 04-25-2005, 06:02 PM   #2243
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woah...that's pretty much expensive pare... as for me, i settled for the rb v12 5 ports turbo tuned by rody...
as they say if you want speed you better prepare yourself to pay the price but i will still get me one engine same as yours so i'm starting saving today
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Old 04-25-2005, 06:45 PM   #2244
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I am highly thinking of purchasing a V One triple R; however, Kyosho seems to come out with a new touring car every 6 months to a year.

Plus I do not know if the extra cost is worth purchasing the WCE version.
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The 24T side pulley can be replaced with 23T if you want to run a split.
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The 24T pulley is used if you DON'T want to run a split.
Not implying the same?
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Old 04-25-2005, 11:54 PM   #2246
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as they say if you want speed you better prepare yourself to pay the price but i will still get me one engine same as yours so i'm starting saving today
pare...sent you a PM...
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Hey Peter where have you been? We raced Sunday and the RRR is dialed for the new Rev layout.
I want that setup, I already start building my WC
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I want that setup, I already start building my WC
You got it Walter! Just help me tune my engine again will you?
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You got it Walter! Just help me tune my engine again will you?
Of course, just right after the race
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I am highly thinking of purchasing a V One triple R; however, Kyosho seems to come out with a new touring car every 6 months to a year.

Plus I do not know if the extra cost is worth purchasing the WCE version.
the extra cost with the wc edition is worth it especially if you are racing. if you are going to buy the option parts or upgrades seperately it will cost you more so it's almost a package deal with the WCE
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