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Old 05-25-2005, 11:20 AM   #2596
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I just got my V1RRR WCE this morning from rc-toro.com. The returned address on the package is San Jose, CA. What did you order?
i just got a reply and a shipping number.... heeeeere comes my rrr wce!!! by the way, i already have the regular rrr. i am buying this for the nationals. i usually only keep a car for about 2 months and trade it out.
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Old 05-25-2005, 12:09 PM   #2597
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I need to increase the wheel base on the RRR to 260mm. Is this possible? If so how?

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Old 05-25-2005, 12:15 PM   #2598
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I need to increase the wheel base on the RRR to 260mm. Is this possible? If so how?

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it is at 260mm already, isn't it ?
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Old 05-25-2005, 12:16 PM   #2599
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it is at 260mm already, isn't it ?
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Old 05-25-2005, 01:18 PM   #2600
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Is there a difference in geometry between the V one RRR and the V one RRR WCE? Or is the WCE just a V one RRR with select hop ups? Looks like the WCE uses 2 degree offset rear wheels, where the base V one RRR does not?

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Yeah it's just RRR with hop ups. Because the rear universal used on the WCE is shorter than the regular RRR it uses 2mm off set wheels. You can easily change that to the longer universal and use regualr tires.
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Yeah it's just RRR with hop ups. Because the rear universal used on the WCE is shorter than the regular RRR it uses 2mm off set wheels. You can easily change that to the longer universal and use regualr tires.
do you suggest to change it and use the regular tires?
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do you suggest to change it and use the regular tires?
I would change it after the set that came with the kit wears out.
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Those are the stock GRPs from the kit. It's the new wheel design for the V-One RRR since the rears are now 2 deg. offset on the WC.
I figured that part out, too. But where can we get more of them?
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what so special about the kawahara disk brake? How does it compare to the brake coming with V1RRR WCE? thx.
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If you want the best braking on your RRR get the kyosho APP brake pads(APP02-2) and the kyosho sp brake disc(IFW122) This is by far the best combo out . I have used the Kawahara disc , it is good but hard to find and expensive. The kyosho APP pads are true metalic pads and dont harley wear. You can get this stuff from RC CHAMP or PRO FUTABA.
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If you want the best braking on your RRR get the kyosho APP brake pads(APP02-2) and the kyosho sp brake disc(IFW122) This is by far the best combo out . I have used the Kawahara disc , it is good but hard to find and expensive. The kyosho APP pads are true metalic pads and dont harley wear. You can get this stuff from RC CHAMP or PRO FUTABA.
the upgraded brake pads, do you have to glue together or do they come glued?
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the upgraded brake pads, do you have to glue together or do they come glued?
The brake pads are already glued.
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Hi RC Rossco 1,

Just wonder where did you get your carbon fiber bumper, is there any site that i can visit for that... Your Car is almost looklike mine.. I have the Novarossi N12LL3..

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I made that bumper myself from formula 1 grade carbon fibre!
3.3mm thick sheet.
Used the V1Evo lola bumper as a template.
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I made that bumper myself from formula 1 grade carbon fibre!
3.3mm thick sheet.
Used the V1Evo lola bumper as a template.
how does it absort the impact during the crash?
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probably the same way the crap plastic one does on the V1Evo.
With a lola the bodyshell acts as most of the protection at the front.
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