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Old 07-23-2006, 11:40 AM   #7621
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are you running the stock v one rr up rights ? if so you need to run 2deg off set rims to clear the up rights, if you are running the v one rrr ones you will need to get the vzw007 and run zero off set rims, or the stock wc ones(not sure on the part # and two deg off set rims.
another thing you can do and it is alot cheapr, get the 3r racing alum hex adapters in the 2 deg off set, with thses you ca run the stock axiles with the old style hubs and zero off set rims.
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Old 07-23-2006, 01:17 PM   #7622
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well, i have 3racing rear universals. 2mm offset i believe.


i noticed theres was a spacer on each dogbone. so i placed the spacer in between the outter bearing and the pin/wheel hex. Is this not a good idea?

or can i use this as a permanent fix.
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Old 07-23-2006, 02:55 PM   #7623
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well, i have 3racing rear universals. 2mm offset i believe.


i noticed theres was a spacer on each dogbone. so i placed the spacer in between the outter bearing and the pin/wheel hex. Is this not a good idea?

or can i use this as a permanent fix.
If it works go for it. you might want to go back and surf the old v one rr thread and see what was done before.
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Old 07-23-2006, 07:46 PM   #7624
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Did anyone come up with a method to take the pinion gears off the light weight clutchbell without bending it? I know it was an issue before.
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Old 07-23-2006, 08:13 PM   #7625
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can anyone make a list of the difference between the v1rrr wce and the v1rrr evo? like the following: does the v1rrr evo come with 1 piece engine mount? universals? aluminum pipe holder? lightened 1st gear bearing, etc??? thanks
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Old 07-23-2006, 08:33 PM   #7626
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can anyone make a list of the difference between the v1rrr wce and the v1rrr evo? like the following: does the v1rrr evo come with 1 piece engine mount? universals? aluminum pipe holder? lightened 1st gear bearing, etc??? thanks
http://www.nitrokb.com/vonerrr/index.html

The answer is no to all of your questions.
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Old 07-23-2006, 10:31 PM   #7627
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Ok Kyosho guru's I need a question answered. PN VZ115-23 is a first gear pinion for the RR and FW05. Will it fit Second gear on the RRR bell which I believe is has the same diameter threads on second as the RR and FW05 had on first.
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Old 07-23-2006, 10:35 PM   #7628
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Ok Kyosho guru's I need a question answered. PN VZ115-23 is a first gear pinion for the RR and FW05. Will it fit Second gear on the RRR bell which I believe is has the same diameter threads on second as the RR and FW05 had on first.
Yes, because I ordered one for the RRR. You can also see it here - page 11:
http://www.kyosho.co.jp/web/products...r_060322-e.pdf

*and I have the part in hand. VZW066-23 (for RRR&FW05)
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so you are saying that gear will actually fit second on the rrr
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so you are saying that gear will actually fit second on the rrr
I'm sorry. I mis-interpreted your Q. It is a 1st gear for the RRR too.

Did you change the part number question? I could have sworn you put VZW066-23. I still answered the question wrong though.
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Old 07-23-2006, 10:55 PM   #7631
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can anyone make a list of the difference between the v1rrr wce and the v1rrr evo? like the following: does the v1rrr evo come with 1 piece engine mount? universals? aluminum pipe holder? lightened 1st gear bearing, etc??? thanks
HI DOKI, I THINK THAT IT WILL BE THE WCE VERSION OF THE RRR-EVO THAT YOU ARE DESCRIBING ( IF KYOSHO WILL COME UP ONE ) , I'M STILL THINGKING IF I GOING TO GET ONE NOW BUT I MIGHT WAIT TILL AFTER THE IFMAR WORLDS
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Old 07-23-2006, 11:07 PM   #7632
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yes I did change the number the only difference between them is one is steel and the other is alumunium. I was told those gears would fit second on the RRR clutch bell even though they say first. Is the hole in them small like a regular 16 type pinion for the RRR or is it big like second?

could you measure the inside of the hole and tell me what it is?? On the one you have
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yes I did change the number the only difference between them is one is steel and the other is alumunium. I was told those gears would fit second on the RRR clutch bell even though they say first. Is the hole in them small like a regular 16 type pinion for the RRR or is it big like second?

could you measure the inside of the hole and tell me what it is?? On the one you have

VZ115-23 or the steel version is the 2nd pinon gear for RRR. This same gear is used on the FW-05R/RR as the 1st pinon gear.
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Thanks thats what I needed to know. I appreciate it.
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