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Old 05-18-2005, 06:45 AM   #2446
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If i am not mistaken this is the same in the Kyosho website right? i have some extra diff gears in my vone SII do you think i can use that... about the pulley set is there any extra pulley included in the WC kit or i really need to get this part.

Ive tried to put my VoneSII TCD and it works fine...
the extra diff gear in your s2 will work fine just get the other parts that doki listed but i think you wont be needing the vz204 since you already got the extra front diff gear case
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Old 05-18-2005, 07:19 AM   #2447
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the extra diff gear in your s2 will work fine just get the other parts that doki listed but i think you wont be needing the vz204 since you already got the extra front diff gear case
i agree with you...just get the rest of the stuff except for the above mentioned vz204. this pack just contains the diff housing. as for me, i ordered everything that was listed in the manual. at least i have some spare parts lying around by the way, how's the handing of your rrr??? are you running oneway or regular front diff or a locked front diff???
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Old 05-18-2005, 08:27 AM   #2448
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hmm...i seem to have difficulty finding the parts listed to convert the rrr wce to a regular front diff. anyways, i looked it up in my manual. here goes:

VZ218 differential joint (19)
VZ012 differential gear set
BS107 bevel shaft
VZ203 pulley set (rrr)
VZ204 differential pulley set (rrr)

hope this helps
Pulley set not needed in WC kit as 23T and 24T pulleys are in the kit.
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Old 05-18-2005, 08:52 AM   #2449
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Default convert v-one rrr rubber tires to foam tires and wc

Hi guys, someone knows wich parts i need to buy to convert my rrr rubber tires edition to wc??
Please, if possible with part numbers.
Thanks a lot.
p.s: Some body has the setup used by Adrien Bertain at the worlds held in Brazil?
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Old 05-18-2005, 12:49 PM   #2450
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Default Re: convert v-one rrr rubber tires to foam tires and wc

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Hi guys, someone knows wich parts i need to buy to convert my rrr rubber tires edition to wc??
Please, if possible with part numbers.
Thanks a lot.
p.s: Some body has the setup used by Adrien Bertain at the worlds held in Brazil?
Thanks.
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The box set-up for the RRR World's Edition, IS the Adrien Bertain set-up - hence the name "WC Team Edition". It's not just a name, piorc. The REAL question is: how do you build the front rigid axle / solid spool? The plastic internals come in the kit, but what about the rest and some instructions?
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Old 05-18-2005, 01:04 PM   #2451
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it is not a misprint
The manual is correct - the supplemental "WC TEAM EDITION SETTING DATA Ver 2.00" is a misprint for the rear toe angle. It should read: -2. You cannot run toe-out, in the rear, on a touring car. You would never make it around a corner. Rear toe-in keeps your tires from breaking free as you go AROUND a CORNER. Try it at your own risk.
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Old 05-18-2005, 02:05 PM   #2452
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The REAL question is: how do you build the front rigid axle / solid spool? The plastic internals come in the kit, but what about the rest and some instructions?
I read back a few pages and found the answers, thanks.
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where do u find them?
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Old 05-18-2005, 02:18 PM   #2454
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Hi guys, someone knows wich parts i need to buy to convert my rrr rubber tires edition to wc??
Please, if possible with part numbers.
Thanks a lot.
Here you go: lightweight 1st Gear Housing (TSW15) / One-piece Engine Mount (TSW27) / Universal Swing Shaft (F:VZW054 / R:VSW015) / Upper Deck (VZ230B) / Rear Shock Stay (VZ231B) / Carbon F-shock Stay (VZW052) / Aluminum Brake Hub (VZW205) / FRP Battery Plate (VZW208) / FRP middle Plate (VZW212) / SP Drive Belt 189, 384, 180 (VZW201, 202, 203) / Shielded Bearing (BRG002, 022 for Linkage, Steering)

-Although, as previously stated, You'd probably, be better off buying the World's kit.
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Old 05-18-2005, 02:20 PM   #2455
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where do u find them?
Page 80. Although, still lacking actual written instructions from Kyosho.
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Default Oneway converted to solid??

Has anyone converted a oneway to a solid?

I have tried using the diff housing and 3 racing solid adaptor, but the diff housing hits the steering ackerman. Any fixes on diff??
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Old 05-18-2005, 11:49 PM   #2457
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Default shopping for a new ride.....

Hey guys just a couple of questions:

I am getting ready to do some gas racing again, and I was lookin into the "RRR-WC" version, but I was wondering if the car is "race ready" out of the box????
I previously owned a Prospec MTX3, but with the rumors of the "4" coming out, and no-one knowing a "true" answer to when it's coming out, I was looking to "jump" over to the Kyosho camp and trying something new.....

the WC version looks interesting, but I wanted to hear from the ones who already own one...

1. does it come with a one-way?
2. are there any nessesary upgrade/hop ups that you recommend me buying for strength/performance gains (not "bling/bling")
3. is the wheel/tire geometry "standard" offset, or are they like the MTX3 (2mm offset)
4. how is the "clutch"?? (solid like the Mugen?)

I don't want to right a "book" here, but I just want to hear the facts!!!!!
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Old 05-19-2005, 12:02 AM   #2458
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Default Re: shopping for a new ride.....

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I am getting ready to do some gas racing again, and I was lookin into the "RRR-WC" version, but I was wondering if the car is "race ready" out of the box????
yes.
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1. does it come with a one-way?
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2. are there any nessesary upgrade/hop ups that you recommend me buying for strength/performance gains (not "bling/bling")
not for the WC. Perhaps the shorter rear universal VZW007 so you won't need to use 2mm offset tires.
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3. is the wheel/tire geometry "standard" offset, or are they like the MTX3 (2mm offset)
front is 0 offset, see above for rear
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4. how is the "clutch"?? (solid like the Mugen?)
Never had a problem with Kyosho clutch.
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Old 05-19-2005, 12:07 AM   #2459
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Default Hi Ghoppa

The RRR WC Edition if i am not mistaken is the car who won the ifmar, and you will find a setup sheet which the team kyosho uses for that race, and i believe that once you assembled it and set it up on right track, its ready to go, and you dont need anymore hop ups or upgrade because its already upgraded and ready to go.

Sorry i dont have any idea of some other brand you listed in your message... I only have Kyosho.

You can ask other guys here and they'll tell you more.

Morespeed...
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Old 05-19-2005, 12:13 AM   #2460
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not for the WC. Perhaps the shorter rear universal VZW007 so you won't need to use 2mm offset tires.

front is 0 offset, see above for rear

Never had a problem with Kyosho clutch.
jeffreylin

so you do "have to" use 2mm offset tires???? (such as "Fast Tires" for the MTX3)

I'm confused on your response....

with the shorter rear universals (VZW0007), what is the smallest track width you can run in the rear (190mm???)

"have you tried a spool in the front" @ Revelation????
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