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Old 01-19-2006, 08:03 PM
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Originally Posted by V1-RRR-WC
Sure, will do!

It may take a few days or so before I can give some good feedback as I have to first break in the engine.
no problem enjoy holding the car while it's clean and fresh.
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Old 01-19-2006, 09:19 PM
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Hi guys, are there any aftermarket outdrives and universals recommended for better durability over the Kyosho ones? And also, anyone tried the Kawahara shocktowers (is it 4mm?), and the adjustable rear blade antiroll bar? Any comments on it if possible? Thanks!
The FW-05r has longer rear cvds put those on your car and it will move the spot where the cvds ride on more meat of the outdrive
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Old 01-20-2006, 04:29 AM
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Originally Posted by dodo
no problem enjoy holding the car while it's clean and fresh.
Don't worry, the way I maintain my cars it will always look like this.

At the races, I spray down my car with WD40 before each race so no debris can stick to the car permanently. At the end of the race, I blow down the car with a high pressure air pump that is in my field box and then re-apply a new quote of WD40. (Photo attached)

When I come home, I then go through a detail clean.

This way, my cars always look showroom condition.
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Old 01-20-2006, 04:52 AM
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Also, I have a tech question.

If you are on a tracking with 70% right hand turns, would you ever consider setting up your car with more camber on the left hand side to the right?

Or will this throw of the the handiling of the car?

Thanks for any comments.
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Old 01-20-2006, 05:18 AM
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70% right hand turns is a fair bit so i would put more camber on the working side ( left ), probably also run a split tyre on the front say 37 right 40 left.

But thats me thats what i need to get my car working
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Old 01-20-2006, 06:15 AM
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Originally Posted by Kyosho3PKRacer
70% right hand turns is a fair bit so i would put more camber on the working side ( left ), probably also run a split tyre on the front say 37 right 40 left.

But thats me thats what i need to get my car working
Thanks.

What values you think I should start with?
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Hi Guys,

Kinda of confused of the Spring adjustment... Do you guys sets according to the instruction manual or somethings more tension???
as far i know is that the standard setting for front is 4.5mm ( black ) , rear is 8.5mm (Gold )
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Old 01-20-2006, 10:10 AM
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Originally Posted by Grinder
I used the Kawahara rear blade swaybar, I really liked it. I also had trouble wearing out the outdrives like crazy, especially in the rear. This caused my car to develope a bounce when the groove gets too deep. I did find the Kyosho CVD's to be of the highest quality, they did not wear fast at all. Maybe because the outdrives were so soft, they wear instead of the CVD's. I used the Skyline 4mm shock tower, and never broke one.
Thanks a lot for the info Murnan, appreciate it. Well, couldn't complain that much on the outdrives if you're having yourself some ballistic engines huh...
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Old 01-21-2006, 06:11 PM
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Originally Posted by Kyosho3PKRacer
Nice i might have to get some of those for my car, my whole car is stock except for 3 racing brake disc, 4mm rear shock tower and a updated clutch bell
Still though it is such a good car even straight out of box but those k-factory parts make it look alot better
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Have you seen the Kawahara disc?...i had a look at it in Ric`s car and he had nothing but words of praise for it....rates it very highly.
He also recommended the Kyosho hmm i`ll try and get the spelling right...."sintered?" disc pads....theyre not cheap but apparently the best you can get.
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Originally Posted by AndyT
Hey Matt
Have you seen the Kawahara disc?...i had a look at it in Ric`s car and he had nothing but words of praise for it....rates it very highly.
He also recommended the Kyosho hmm i`ll try and get the spelling right...."sintered?" disc pads....theyre not cheap but apparently the best you can get.
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The Kawahara disc and Sintered pads are a good combination and costs $90.00 from Ric. I just wish I could put it to better use I need to start racing on real tracks instead of parking lots to improve my skills.
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best price for v1 rrr wc im moving on up
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Old 01-22-2006, 08:41 AM
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what advantages are there to the TCD differentials ?
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Old 01-22-2006, 12:45 PM
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ULTIMATE HOBBIES HAS THE BEST PRICE AROUND. CALL TO GET THE BEST PRICE. I THINK YOU CAN GET FOR 369.00 IF THEY STILL HAVE THAT GREAT SALE.
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best price for v1 rrr wc im moving on up
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