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Old 07-04-2005, 09:59 AM   #3241
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Hey Joe Mugen Wazzz UUUp. I'm selling all my on road stuff. 710 & RRR. Tires, Chassis & Parts. Keeping all the motors. I may put it for sale on here. Help spread the word. You know my phone number. JOKER
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Old 07-04-2005, 10:01 AM   #3242
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Have you got a listing of all the stuff for sale?

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Old 07-04-2005, 10:06 AM   #3243
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Not yet. But right now I would have just about anything you would need. By the way I have almost all the Three Racing parts on my chassis. Joe Mugen has seen it.
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Old 07-04-2005, 10:09 AM   #3244
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Sorry the Three Racing is on the Serpent not RRR.
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Old 07-04-2005, 10:21 AM   #3245
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SpeedsterRRR,

I think I have seen where your confusion lies. Micromotori is Italian for "micro engines". It has nothing to do with Novarossi or Sirio.

Novarossi micro engines and Star Micro Engines. That would be the direct translation They are completely unrelated. It would be like saying that companies with the word vehicle are all realted.

Yes the Rossi Family and different members are involved in many "micro engine" companies. However neither have anything to do with each other.

Please get the fact correct before posting something of this nature. It is false with no credible basis. You can also potentially mislead new people in their buying decisions.

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Old 07-04-2005, 01:02 PM   #3246
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It would be nice to find out who makes what engines. But, this thread is for V1RRR. Shouldn't this topic be discussed on the engine form??
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Old 07-04-2005, 01:09 PM   #3247
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It would be nice to find out who makes what engines. But, this thread is for V1RRR. Shouldn't this topic be discussed on the engine form??
I agree, V1RRR talk only
(or I'll start a connection to Valentino Rossi/Sirio/Picco/HPI/Yamaha)
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Old 07-04-2005, 01:20 PM   #3248
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Finally got in my new RRR to replace the my MTX-3 up and running, i am looking for a good setup for the car not sure if the one that comes with the car is the best one, the .5 camber some how doesnt look right , well it wouldnt on the mugen. also any info on the spacer type things that fit onto the bars at the front and rear, think they are for the roll center , which is best.
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Old 07-04-2005, 06:21 PM   #3249
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Amyone having any problems getting any rear droop with this car? The shocks seem to be a little short on the rear. Is there any longer K shafts that will make the shocks a little longer. Thinking of putting some xray shocks on it.

What are you guys doing to put a spool or a diff in the front.
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Old 07-04-2005, 06:33 PM   #3250
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your thinking about putting another manufacturers shocks on?
are you mad?
to get more droop, use the longer ball ends supplied in the kit.
Unless your going off road, you shouldnt really need them tbh, makes the car unsettled.
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sorry to ask but what is wrong with putting another manufacturer's shock?

rcrossco_1 is right, i think you can use the longer ball ends.
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because the kyoshos are some of the best in the business, and the dimensions are made for the car.
So to waste ur time faffing about with another manufacturers shocks is sacrilidge!
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oh i see

btw Rob, there are several posts on spool/diff some pages back. u might want to check it out
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Amyone having any problems getting any rear droop with this car? The shocks seem to be a little short on the rear. Is there any longer K shafts that will make the shocks a little longer. Thinking of putting some xray shocks on it.

What are you guys doing to put a spool or a diff in the front.
Try the meduim sized ball cups on the end of the shafts will let you then use every bit of foam on the tyre
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Default Ding. ding. ding. the light bulb just went off..

Learning a new car is always funs. Anyways, after re-reading the setup sheet and instructions, I finally realized that this car doesn't have a 1:1 front to rear ratio. Hence the reason for running 2mm (actually I guess should be 2.7mm) shorter front tires.

Also found out that you can get the optional pulley and belt to make it 1:1 if you want

This could also be why my car wasn't handling as well as I wanted it to on my last race. I was running the same diameter front and rear (actually probably more front diameter due to tire wear in the rear.

So here is my question:

Why is this overdrive setup the best approach if everyone is cutting down their front tires to make it closers to 1:1? Does it have something to do with running either a one-way or diff
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