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Old 09-15-2006, 07:48 PM   #7981
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looking at adrien bertens car he had the evo at the other big race now hes back to lay down servo

meaning he using back WCE instead of Evo !!
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Old 09-15-2006, 07:55 PM   #7982
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meaning he using back WCE instead of Evo !!
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Old 09-16-2006, 03:05 AM   #7983
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-F/R spring Blacks
-F/R shock oil 600
-Rear diff Oil 30-50000
-Caster stock
-Camber 2.5 front 3.5 rear
-F/R Toe f-1 deg. out r-2 deg. in
-Gearing 1st 16/61 2nd 21/56
-Shock position 1 hole up front 2 hole up rear


Hope thi s helps

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Thanks bro.. will try that setting..
right now i'm still having trouble with low speed turn, and don't have much on power steering out of turn...(my car always push entering and out of corner)
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Old 09-16-2006, 03:34 AM   #7984
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What tyres are you using? Make sure you're using at least a 2mm split front-to-rear.

If you're car is suffering from turn-in understeer either change the spool to a diff with 30,000 or 50,000 oil or even a one-way, as long as you don't have to brake too much.

Set the rear anti-roll bar harder or go to the harder version.

How do you have your front anti-roll bar set?
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Old 09-16-2006, 10:47 PM   #7985
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Old 09-16-2006, 10:48 PM   #7986
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ok thats not called for gess you dont have to rub it in
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Old 09-17-2006, 01:09 AM   #7987
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can someone send me a link to purchase the servo horn arm-like for Kyosho V-one rrr which is not included in the kit? or other recommended servo horn tat will be useful. Using futaba s9451 servo.

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Old 09-17-2006, 02:21 AM   #7988
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can someone send me a link to purchase the servo horn arm-like for Kyosho V-one rrr which is not included in the kit? or other recommended servo horn tat will be useful. Using futaba s9451 servo.

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Go for the Q-World ones, they're made from aluminium, I had them on my RRR, no complaints.

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Adrien Bertin used a RRR WCup with option of Evolution kit but without the carbon radio platine.
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hey all,

i tried to change the gears from the clutch bell, i have the stock one provided with RRR.

but i couldn't loose them, so i stoped the procedure i was afraid to distroy the clutch bell.. do you you any special tool in order to take them out of it?

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hey all,

i tried to change the gears from the clutch bell, i have the stock one provided with RRR.

but i couldn't loose them, so i stoped the procedure i was afraid to distroy the clutch bell.. do you you any special tool in order to take them out of it?

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get the kyosho pinion removal tools....
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get the kyosho pinion removal tools....
you mean this tool :

http://www.the-border.nl/product.php...cat=294&page=1

Kyosho Kyosho 2-Speed Clutch Tool 0.8M vzw040
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you mean this tool :

http://www.the-border.nl/product.php...cat=294&page=1

Kyosho Kyosho 2-Speed Clutch Tool 0.8M vzw040
yes..... you are right
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Old 09-17-2006, 10:29 AM   #7995
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Smile What receiver batt pack r u guys using?

Hi ppl,

Wonder wat are the recommended mAh? 6v flat battery pack and charger to be use for this v-one rrr, i'm using futaba s9451 for both steerin n throttle max require is 4.8 - 6v.

Just curious, wat will the dmg impact for using 7.2v flat battery pack to the above servos?

your comment n advise ppl

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