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Old 06-21-2005, 10:24 AM
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Originally Posted by kidDynomite
Jeffrey, I take it that they're a little more $ than the V-one PB's, but a lot less than Kyosho Ti PB's. Thanks for the info. I'll check with RC Champs to see if they have both of them.
Yea I think just a bit more. That is the first thing I replaced on all my cars. I have not tried the Ti ones but I am sure they work good.
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Old 06-21-2005, 10:54 AM
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Originally Posted by NiMo
VSW007
This will give the rear drive shafts a 2mm offset so you can run 0mm offset wheels.
I've done it to mine.
the vsw007 is the little silver bushings, right?
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Old 06-21-2005, 10:55 AM
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Originally Posted by joemugen
the vsw007 is the little silver bushings, right?
No it's the entire rear universal with the silver bushing included.
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Originally Posted by jeffreylin
No it's the entire rear universal with the silver bushing included.
ah, ok. well what i did was buy the dog bones from the regular rrr and the cups that go into the uprights (they come with the small bushings). i think that will work too right?
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Old 06-21-2005, 11:09 AM
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Originally Posted by joemugen
ah, ok. well what i did was buy the dog bones from the regular rrr and the cups that go into the uprights (they come with the small bushings). i think that will work too right?
I suppose. I just get the whole set from Japan. It's not too bad at about $26 a set.
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Originally Posted by jeffreylin
I suppose. I just get the whole set from Japan. It's not too bad at about $26 a set.
yeah, but i like to run dog bones in the rear.
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Old 06-21-2005, 03:18 PM
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Nimo.......

I was running dog bones in the front today and they popped out twice .......was thinking of uni's in front but since i moved to diff's in the front.....was wondering will the vsw007's work in the front also.
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Everyone finding the Kyosho Parts they need ok?
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Old 06-21-2005, 11:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Gearhead3
Everyone finding the Kyosho Parts they need ok?
any suggestions? I tried to order from rc champ, but I just found their price ok. Their discount price is good. But, after extra paypal charge + extra 4% charge + shipping to USA, it adds up more than US shops. I tried to buy a OS .12 TZ(P) T3 from them. After adding up all the fees, it becomes not so good deal !!! I can find better deals in US.

(I have a T5, but I think it is too fast for me. I need one that would last longer since I am still in practice mode)
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CLICK HERE FOR THE MAP DEALERS This map gets updated every two weeks or so. Shoot me a PM of where you Live, I will try to find a shop close to you if there is not one on the map. Also Try Ultimate hobbies in Orange, CA. They do mail order, but you have to call them, there web site is for the birds.
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Originally Posted by Gearhead3
Everyone finding the Kyosho Parts they need ok?
I ordered some parts directly from Kyosho a few days ago. Everything was priced at retail, but they claimed to have everything I needed in stock.
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I would recomend supporting your LHS before Going to Kyosho direct, Even though they only sell Parts direct, it is allways best to get parts from your LHS.
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Originally Posted by uaerc
Nimo.......

I was running dog bones in the front today and they popped out twice .......was thinking of uni's in front but since i moved to diff's in the front.....was wondering will the vsw007's work in the front also.
No! it';s VSW015 for the front.
Same length shafts but 0mm offset wheel shaft.
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Originally Posted by silverM3
any suggestions? I tried to order from rc champ, but I just found their price ok. Their discount price is good. But, after extra paypal charge + extra 4% charge + shipping to USA, it adds up more than US shops. I tried to buy a OS .12 TZ(P) T3 from them. After adding up all the fees, it becomes not so good deal !!! I can find better deals in US.

(I have a T5, but I think it is too fast for me. I need one that would last longer since I am still in practice mode)
it does not save any money to order engines, kits, etc. from rc champ... but if you order $200 or more of parts, you save a lot of money.
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Hi, someone mentioned titanium Drivshafts made by east racing?
I cant find their website.
Does anyone have it?
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