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Old 05-10-2005, 03:00 PM   #2371
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I never had off power understeer with my FW-05R. We are running in totally different conditions anaway so it's hard to translate anything in our set ups.
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Old 05-10-2005, 09:39 PM   #2372
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I'm soon to be the proud father of a V one RRR worlds any day now. One question, do you guys all run the one way or Diff. I was looking at the one of the RRR at the worlds and their running diffs.
My track is smooth, med - high traction with180' straight with a technical section composed of alot 180 degree turns.
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Old 05-10-2005, 11:06 PM   #2373
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I'm soon to be the proud father of a V one RRR worlds any day now. One question, do you guys all run the one way or Diff. I was looking at the one of the RRR at the worlds and their running diffs.
My track is smooth, med - high traction with180' straight with a technical section composed of alot 180 degree turns.
I'd go with the one-way first unless you need to hard brake a lot.
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Old 05-11-2005, 12:42 AM   #2374
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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.
It's a very nice spare part.
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Old 05-11-2005, 03:15 AM   #2375
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I'm soon to be the proud father of a V one RRR worlds any day now. One question, do you guys all run the one way or Diff. I was looking at the one of the RRR at the worlds and their running diffs.
My track is smooth, med - high traction with180' straight with a technical section composed of alot 180 degree turns.
They were running spools(locked diffs) at the worlds.

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Old 05-11-2005, 05:31 AM   #2376
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It's a very nice spare part.
It is about 4mm. thick.
It won't break.
I have ordered and received Two of them.
thanks mariochi.
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Old 05-11-2005, 07:25 AM   #2377
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Where can I find a spool? At the world was it custom made?
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you need a 3 Racing Solid Axis Adaptor For V One RRR:



Remove the diff gears from a front diff and install the adapter.
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you need a 3 Racing Solid Axis Adaptor For V One RRR:



Remove the diff gears from a front diff and install the adapter.
and it ll be blocked 100%?
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yes! The adapter converts the front diff to a solid axle.
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with a lower cost i imagine?
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their is also a plastic one in the kit
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their is also a plastic one in the kit
which is not huvy duty........
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Has anyone tried the new Kawahara rear swaybar? I'm wondering if it is harder than the copper bar when set vertical.
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Has anyone tried the new Kawahara rear swaybar? I'm wondering if it is harder than the copper bar when set vertical.
from the pics ive seen it, the blade sway bar will be harder than the copper bar even at the softest settings.
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