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Old 05-11-2005, 03:48 PM   #2386
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does anybody make a solid axle similar to the one used in the old serpents or the solid that looks like a one way?
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Old 05-11-2005, 04:08 PM   #2388
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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.
i run the kawahara rear sway bar. if i'm not mistaken it is actually softer than the copper.
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Old 05-11-2005, 04:23 PM   #2389
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Old 05-12-2005, 03:25 AM   #2390
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WHAT OUTDRIVE WILL I USE IF I WILL BE USING A FRONT DIFF
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Old 05-12-2005, 03:47 AM   #2391
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VZ218 Differential Joint (19)
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Old 05-12-2005, 05:26 AM   #2392
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pare...you can check it out sa manual. there's a section there that tells you what stuff to order in order to run the kit with a front differential...
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Old 05-12-2005, 05:36 PM   #2393
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pare...you can check it out sa manual. there's a section there that tells you what stuff to order in order to run the kit with a front differential...
thanks doki but i have no manual my youngest son played with it and tore it into bits and pieces
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Old 05-12-2005, 10:53 PM   #2395
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Does the RRR WC ed. come with a shimo chassis? It seems to me that most shops now sell only the WC ed. and not the RRR...is kyosho gonna come out with a new model? Just to find out more before i commit buying one. Cheers.
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Does the RRR WC ed. come with a shimo chassis? It seems to me that most shops now sell only the WC ed. and not the RRR...is kyosho gonna come out with a new model? Just to find out more before i commit buying one. Cheers.
There isn't a Shimo chassis for the RRR. If you can get the WC get it as that is a bargain compare to hopping up the regualr kit and it's no longer in production.
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There isn't a Shimo chassis for the RRR. If you can get the WC get it as that is a bargain compare to hopping up the regualr kit and it's no longer in production.
Thanks Jeff for the advice. Just to clarify, which one is no longer in production? The regular RRR or the WC ed?

I am also considering the 05RR, just can't make a choice. How do you compare the 2 in terms of acceleration and cornering speed? I had some bad experiences with my RR evo that fishtails whenever i do cornering off-power.
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Thanks Jeff for the advice. Just to clarify, which one is no longer in production? The regular RRR or the WC ed?

I am also considering the 05RR, just can't make a choice. How do you compare the 2 in terms of acceleration and cornering speed? I had some bad experiences with my RR evo that fishtails whenever i do cornering off-power.
The WC is out of production. Grab it while you can. I find the 05RR work best for high bite track but the RRR seems more indifferent to track surface condition.
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I was playing with the RRR the other day at the local track....... and it was doing pretty good, until it was hit by another car and it cart wheeled in to the sand........ after a while i lost speed and the engine was revving and no speed at all.....

first i thought iwas a stone ........ then someoen said the clutch is gone......... later..... i found out that the rear belt had turned around... that means the teeth on the belt were on the outside. I was surprised at this. Was this a problem with the fixing or this happens? on the RRR.

Could i stop it from happening again ? waht should be done..

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Wow, thats wierd. I noticed my rear belt was loose even in the tightest setting. Thought it was somethng I did. Just put a new one on, it is a little tighter, I haven't run the car yet. Loser belt does help with the drag tough, to a point.
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