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Old 07-17-2006, 07:31 AM   #7531
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Does anyone make hub adaptors for 0mm offset tires or are the VSW007 short dogbones a requirement? I've been using washers, which work, but there is a little too much play and I lost a race because the nylon nut barely locked on.
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litespeed and RANDYSMOOTH,
Thanks. I am going to rebuild the car this week and give it whirl again (and I don't think the car is ajoke!!! With my NTC3, I was always looking for more stearing, so the problem I am having is a good one!!!) Is the oneway and rear dif the hot ticket or dif/dif or spool/dif? litespeed, I am going to send you some pic.s of the car as it is now and see what you think from the shots. I know you wont be able to see any of the hinge pin blocks but I'll be asking you more questions as I tear it appart!!!
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Old 07-17-2006, 09:29 AM   #7534
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Does anyone make hub adaptors for 0mm offset tires or are the VSW007 short dogbones a requirement? I've been using washers, which work, but there is a little too much play and I lost a race because the nylon nut barely locked on.
I would recommend the VSW007, because you'll have plenty of threads on the axle for your locknut. Even with an offset wheel adapater, you'll still be working with limited threads on the axles.

How the VSW007 works is the axle is longer, and they provider a 2mm spacers between the outside bearing and the stock wheel adapter.

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Old 07-17-2006, 10:18 AM   #7535
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Does anyone make hub adaptors for 0mm offset tires or are the VSW007 short dogbones a requirement? I've been using washers, which work, but there is a little too much play and I lost a race because the nylon nut barely locked on.
Use the 3racing CVJs for 0 offset tyres. They also have a bigger dia pin through the dogbone so dont wear out the Diff cups but do wear out more on the axle

I use 0 offset tyres on the RRR with the WC CVJs and they dont rub.
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Old 07-17-2006, 02:22 PM   #7536
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hey, just broked my rear hub on my VoneRR after getting my engine properly tuned to not bog down on full throttle ><

sigh.. Does anyone know what the part number for the rear hub on a VoneRR!(not RRR)

Or does anyone know if the RRR rear hub will fit onto the RR.


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Does anyone know what the part number for the rear hub on a VoneRR!

VZ0006
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Data is right, well... It is actually VZ006.

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thxs mate, just ordered it =)
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It is actually VZ006.
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I would recommend the VSW007, because you'll have plenty of threads on the axle for your locknut. Even with an offset wheel adapater, you'll still be working with limited threads on the axles.

How the VSW007 works is the axle is longer, and they provider a 2mm spacers between the outside bearing and the stock wheel adapter.

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Oh OK, so I can use these without going to the stock axles for a 2mm offset, all I need to do is pull the spacers...?
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Oh OK, so I can use these without going to the stock axles for a 2mm offset, all I need to do is pull the spacers...?
just take a look at the instruction that come with the new axile, there still is a needed spacer that goes between the pin and the bearing.
KMFX: THE V ONE RRR hubs will work on the v one rr. part #VZ202. I'm not sure what the # on the old rear hubs are You can try the kyosho web site and down load the parts list for the v one rr.
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so. the VoneRRR rear hub will fit perfectly onto my VoneRR without any mods?
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so. the VoneRRR rear hub will fit perfectly onto my VoneRR without any mods?
The fronts too. Rear end felt more planted and the car seemed to have more steering.
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Old 07-17-2006, 11:20 PM   #7545
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i dont kno how happy the hobby shop dealer will be when i cancel the online order and buy the VoneRRR hub from his shop -_-

o and just to make sure, i don't own a VoneRR evo, just a plain old VoneRR ^^
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