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  • Quote: I dont like the understear you get with the solid. I used the one way at Tibby and found the steering much better. My F final result didnt really prove the theory though!! LOL

    The 1mm split seems to work well with me. I start off with 2mm and it seems to improve after 8 laps or so, i thought it was just me waking up halfway through the race!

    Cheers
    Hello,
    You mean that when you start with 2mm, you end with almost 1mm. Because this is what happens with mine. Therefore, I am thinking to use softer front tires. What do you think?
  • Guys, there's a good article written by Julius Kolff about the usage of different tyre spilts on the mytsn website.

    It's regarding the 710, but you'll also find the info useful.

    The 21T side pulley that Julius is refering to requires a 3mm front to rear split to get minimal overdrive at the front. Like Jas was saying for the RRR, I also find that a 2mm split (i.e. more front overdrive, approx 3%) with the 710 is better to drive.

    Here's the article http://www.mytsn.com/publ/publ.asp?pid=10984

    Cheers, Mark.
  • excessive rear camber and still get positive camber wear on tyres ??
    hey guys

    im having a slight problem with my rear camber settings.
    im using about -4 degrees on the rear camber and my tyres are still wearing on the outer edges.

    im using the stock car setup except for a few changes:
    front silver springs
    rear black springs
    rear silver sway bar
    37 shore tyres all round.

    what could be somthing that im not doing wrong ? or something to look for

    thanks heaps
    John
  • Quote: personnally i think you never need too run a oneway in the rrr, just done a national in the uk, its pretty much the fastest flowing track in the uk, you look at the track and think deffinetly use the oneway, but the solid axle was so much better.
    i'm also finding the car is at its fastest when the tyres have worn too a 1mm split (using 23t pulley) instead of the recommended 2mm, anyone else found this
    Yes, I noticed the smaller split too. A solid axle is better on a flowing track; the car is more stable. The oneway is better when you need the car to rotate quicker around tight corners.
  • Quote: I ve been using RRR since it came out and my setting is pretty much the stock setting except I m using front diff and lowest hole for the rear arm roll center adjustment. And all these while I just raced it in a tight parking lot track however recently I raced it at a permanent big track with long sweeper and I noticed the rear end is very nervous during the high speed sweeper as well as in a chicane. I m using a one way set up for the big track and tried different tyre combination however this doesn't solve the loose rear end problem completly. At the moment I m using 40 F and 37 R which I think only reduces a bit of my problem. Can someone help me with this? Any suggention on set up? Will using front spool solve this?
    TRY:
    -raising the front shocks all the way
    -stiffening the front swaybar
    -thinner diff oil
    -less front droop
  • Quote: hey guys

    im having a slight problem with my rear camber settings.
    im using about -4 degrees on the rear camber and my tyres are still wearing on the outer edges.

    im using the stock car setup except for a few changes:
    front silver springs
    rear black springs
    rear silver sway bar
    37 shore tyres all round.

    what could be somthing that im not doing wrong ? or something to look for

    thanks heaps
    John
    What tool are you using to measure the camber? There is no reason to stop adding camber if your tires are still coning the wrong way. I would first make sure the rear end is okay(nothing broken or out of spec), measure the camber again to see if it changed, then drive and add camber till I get the proper tire wear.
  • Where to buy parts ?
    Where's the best place to get Kyosho parts online ?

    We don't have a lhs that stocks Kyosho parts.
  • Quote: Where's the best place to get Kyosho parts online ?

    We don't have a lhs that stocks Kyosho parts.
    Deano's Raceway & R/C Shop
    4547 North Dixie
    Elizabethtown , Kentucky, 42701
    (270) 234-0051

    Listed on Kyosho America's web site www.kyoshoamerica.com
  • Quote: Where's the best place to get Kyosho parts online ?

    We don't have a lhs that stocks Kyosho parts.
    Try rc-toro and ace. They both have a lot kyosho parts. rc-toro has lower prices, but ace has kyosho buggy also
  • Quote: Where's the best place to get Kyosho parts online ?

    We don't have a lhs that stocks Kyosho parts.
    Ive had good luck ordering parts from rc-toro.com and gasrccar.com.
  • Quote: hey guys

    im having a slight problem with my rear camber settings.
    im using about -4 degrees on the rear camber and my tyres are still wearing on the outer edges.

    im using the stock car setup except for a few changes:
    front silver springs
    rear black springs
    rear silver sway bar
    37 shore tyres all round.

    what could be somthing that im not doing wrong ? or something to look for

    thanks heaps
    John
    what sort of roll center are you running on the rear, if you use the lower position this gives a lot less camber change which maybe your problem, i generally run 2nd highest position, with a 3mm shim under the camber link on top of the hub, and usually get away with 3 degrees camber and 1 degree camber cut into the tyre
  • Quote: I dont like the understear you get with the solid. I used the one way at Tibby and found the steering much better. My F final result didnt really prove the theory though!! LOL

    The 1mm split seems to work well with me. I start off with 2mm and it seems to improve after 8 laps or so, i thought it was just me waking up halfway through the race!

    Cheers
    Ziggy i didn't suffer any understeer at tibby running the solid, the 180 deg backed bend you could run round flat out and still take a tight line, and even the tight corner into race control not a hint of under steer but could hit the brakes as hard as you like.
  • Quote: Where's the best place to get Kyosho parts online ?

    We don't have a lhs that stocks Kyosho parts.
    We are starting to stock partsfor the v One RRR, we already have 3 racing parts in stock

    www.ethobbydistributor.com
  • Quote: Part number is V3R-005. I bought one from rc-toro.com.
    thanks for the number but when I paste it in there quick find, I come up with a big zero.
  • Quote: thanks for the number but when I paste it in there quick find, I come up with a big zero.

    Yeah, they might be out of stock. Try mushroom. They always have it.

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