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Old 06-26-2005, 02:16 PM   #3166
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Hello
I have the optional extra one already, i am looking for one with one or two more holes.
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Old 06-26-2005, 04:11 PM   #3167
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I'm having a problem with my clutch. It wants to engauge way to late. I have backed the nut until it locks up the clutch bell. I guess I will have to get a softer spring, anyone else have this problem? it's the wc kit.
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Old 06-26-2005, 07:28 PM   #3168
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then what is the vzw211?
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Old 06-26-2005, 08:08 PM   #3169
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then what is the vzw211?
That's the titanium bevel shafts used inside the diff.
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Old 06-26-2005, 11:13 PM   #3170
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I'm having a problem with my clutch. It wants to engauge way to late. I have backed the nut until it locks up the clutch bell. I guess I will have to get a softer spring, anyone else have this problem? it's the wc kit.

try adding shims in behind the thrust bearing and put the clutch nut back per instructions.
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Old 06-27-2005, 01:16 AM   #3171
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hey guys
just wanted to know how the v one rr compares to the v one rrr

and the main differences are

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Old 06-27-2005, 01:52 AM   #3172
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how do you adjust front kick up on the 3R? and what does the small plastic with holes that the front upper hingepin is inserted? Is it to adjust roll center or kick up? Thanks in advance
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how do you adjust front kick up on the 3R? and what does the small plastic with holes that the front upper hingepin is inserted? Is it to adjust roll center or kick up? Thanks in advance
That adjusts your front castor angle.
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That's the titanium bevel shafts used inside the diff.
did you get them??? think it is worthwhile.
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did you get them??? think it is worthwhile.
Theoretically lowering rotating mass is always a good thing. But whether I can feel the difference is a different story.
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I'm having a problem with my clutch. It wants to engauge way to late. I have backed the nut until it locks up the clutch bell. I guess I will have to get a softer spring, anyone else have this problem? it's the wc kit.
I use the one from the FW05R 3D clutch, it's about 1.5mm shorter but still the same strength.
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Theoretically lowering rotating mass is always a good thing. But whether I can feel the difference is a different story.
do you think the titanium two speed shaft will lower your lap times? thanks.
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ok, I am confused about this tire thing on the WCE.

So, it is my understanding that in stock form
the front uses 0mm offset wheels and
the rear uses 2mm offset wheels.

Now, if you want to use the same type/brand of wheels it is very difficult to find 0mm offset fronts and 2mm offset rears.

For instance, fast tires which a lot of the guys I race with use (for their MTX-3) is 2mm offset both front and rear.



Is there an advantage to running the 2mm offset rears? If not, then I guess I could use the optional universals and use both 0mm offset front and rear.


Can someone give me some direction on this? What tires they use, etc?

I was wrong about the 2mm front offset wheels. The MTX-3 guys are using 0mm offset and after doing some research, the Fast tires are 2mm rear and 0mm fronts. I will probably go that route.

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do you think the titanium two speed shaft will lower your lap times? thanks.
nah, but makes me feel better.
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hey jeff, were you out of town again. just wondering since i didn't see you at revalations this week end.
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