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Old 12-13-2005, 11:00 PM   #4396
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Got a part #, I'll like to see what it looks like.
Some pics.

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Old 12-13-2005, 11:06 PM   #4397
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thanks for the quicky Do you know what kind of mod you need to do to make it fit?
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Old 12-13-2005, 11:22 PM   #4398
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thanks for the quicky Do you know what kind of mod you need to do to make it fit?
That I don't really know. This pic was done quite long time ago.
But from how I look at it, there are two major parts to check: first you need to know if the ball bearings fit, then you need to know if the Kyosho pully fits.
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Old 12-13-2005, 11:36 PM   #4399
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I'm looking at both this car and the Mugen. What has me leaning towards the Mugen is that I cannot find many places carrying Kyosho parts. What online place (besides Ebay) is good for onroad Kyosho parts?
I got my WCE from rc-toro. They carry many kyosho parts and 3 racing hopups. Their price is pretty good even comparing to the oversea shops.
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Could you please post the part numbers for the V-One-SIII solid diff.

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hi B4 here are the part numbers

VZ048 - Rigid base
VZ203 - pulley set
VZ219 - differential joint 12

let me know if you get stuck on building it.
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Old 12-14-2005, 03:44 AM   #4401
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hi B4 here are the part numbers

VZ048 - Rigid base
VZ203 - pulley set
VZ219 - differential joint 12

let me know if you get stuck on building it.
BrainTeased,
Many thanks for the info.

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Old 12-14-2005, 04:01 AM   #4402
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sorry BB i actually use a solid diff from the vones 3 so there are no shimming involved

if you want part numbers let me know the vones 3 solid diff is much better it looks just like a one way (its not in a diff housing) but the solid diff housing is plastic.

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Thank you... But i also have another question

I have some shock springs left over from my old V1R days and wanted to know if it is possible to use these on the RRR?

Are they going to be the right length etc or are they too short?

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Thank you... But i also have another question

I have some shock springs left over from my old V1R days and wanted to know if it is possible to use these on the RRR?

Are they going to be the right length etc or are they too short?

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hey BB

yes you can as long as your talking about kyosho genuine springs from the Vone R model as kyosho havent changed the shocks yet from VoneR. If anything just compare your old springs to your new RRR springs to see if theres any difference in length.
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Old 12-15-2005, 05:12 AM   #4404
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anyone know what ball differential is possible adapt at v-ONE RRR ?
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Old 12-15-2005, 09:33 AM   #4405
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I wouldn't even try doing this to be honest. At the end of the season, I switched from the Serpent 710 ball diff to a geared diff and the difference was like night and day.
With the geared diff, the car ended up being much more consistent and easier to drive. Ok, it's a bit of a pain change the diff oil, but it is well worth the effort.

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Old 12-15-2005, 09:42 AM   #4406
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I wouldn't even try doing this to be honest. At the end of the season, I switched from the Serpent 710 ball diff to a geared diff and the difference was like night and day.
With the geared diff, the car ended up being much more consistent and easier to drive. Ok, it's a bit of a pain change the diff oil, but it is well worth the effort.

Cheers, Mark.
Mark is right. You should only worry about different diff oil thickness if you regularly run on different tracks. If so (and I do), I just build 2-3 diffs with different oil inside and replace the entire diff pully.
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Hey Jeffrey, ETA for new RRR WC is begining of Jan. I should be getting mine pretty soon after the release - of course pictures will be posted on arrival

Cheers, Mark.
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Hey Jeffrey, ETA for new RRR WC is begining of Jan. I should be getting mine pretty soon after the release - of course pictures will be posted on arrival

Cheers, Mark.
Any info on the upgraded parts?
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Bobby,

Things are good here - just waiting for my new RRR WC to turn up in Jan. Good to hear that your RRR is going well - *hehehe* 40% Nitro, madness man!!! We can only use 16% here!!

Winternats are looking too certain for me now, I won't get my car until Jan and I'd be nervous of bookng my plane flight for Feb, just to find out that the car lauch has been delayed. If it isn't this year, then I'll definately be there next.....more time for you to practice kicking my butt

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hey mark what,s going how are things you gettin ready for the nats. my rrr is doing pretty good ,im running the new maxxpower ,trying to dable with 40% nitro just alittle .hope to get some practice in this weekend so i be ready for you
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Any info on the upgraded parts?
Strangely enough not really - all I've really heard is that the tank has been modified. I'm really surprised that no one has any info, maybe the changes are so small that it isn't worth making a big noise about them

But this would also be good news, as it shows the design is already extremely good!

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