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Old 02-21-2007, 11:00 AM   #8851
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Hey fellas thought you might enjoy some of theses pics from W-Nats...
Check out Chef Toso..ultra cool

http://www.nitrokb.com/profiles/Robe...rey2007WN.html
Great Job Rob post more if you have them
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Old 02-21-2007, 02:11 PM   #8852
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W-nats set-up enjoy

front

shock oil 600
diaphragm stock
shock piston 2 hole
spring blue
shock position 1.5
caster angle 1mm
camber angle L2 R1.5
toe angle -1 out
front width 199mm
down stop 0
anti roll bar soft
tire 42
wheel offset 0
tire diam. 62.5
chassis height 7
Solid front
knuckle arm type 0 degree
knuckle arm spacer 0 mm
upper arm pos..roll center stck
servo angle 100%
servo saver 11


rear

Shock oil 800
diaphragm stck
shock piston 2 hole
spring dark blue
shock position 3
wheel spacer 0mm
upper arm height b
camber angle L4 R3.5
toe angle +2
down stop 4
tire diameter 64.5
Tire 45
anti roll bar flat
chassis height 8
lower arm position roll cnter stck
body stratus 3.1
brake normal
rear diff 50,000
spur gear 61/56
pinion gear 17/22
drive ratio 2mm split 23t pulley 384 belt
clutch shoe grey
clutch weight normal
clutch spring stck
clearance .4
adj nut 1.0
end play minimal


Memo- this setup was for a 35 mintue main under low to mid tracion conditions and under large amount of tire wear.....adjust the numbers to match your tire wear and traction conditions....for qualifiers try 37 front and rear and cut tires to 60 rear 58 front and go out there and have fun

Hope this helps
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Old 02-21-2007, 06:30 PM   #8853
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Maskedrider, how is you FEMCA Jakarta - preparation. lately i'm quit on and off in the thread. Sorry for late reply on your q. Some of us in Malaysia will joint the race but not me due to tight work schedule.. Like to be there to joint the crowd but Some of our KL friends often racing at Indonesia, Brunei, Singapore etc so most of them going. Good luck on your qualifying..
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Old 02-21-2007, 09:04 PM   #8855
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W-nats set-up enjoy

front

shock oil 600
diaphragm stock
shock piston 2 hole
spring blue
shock position 1.5
caster angle 1mm
camber angle L2 R1.5
toe angle -1 out
front width 199mm
down stop 0
anti roll bar soft
tire 42
wheel offset 0
tire diam. 62.5
chassis height 7
Solid front
knuckle arm type 0 degree
knuckle arm spacer 0 mm
upper arm pos..roll center stck
servo angle 100%
servo saver 11


rear

Shock oil 800
diaphragm stck
shock piston 2 hole
spring dark blue
shock position 3
wheel spacer 0mm
upper arm height b
camber angle L4 R3.5
toe angle +2
tire diameter 64.5
chassis height 8
lower arm position roll cnter stck
body stratus 3.1
brake normal
rear diff 50,000
spur gear 61/56
pinion gear 17/22
drive ratio 2mm split 23t pulley 384 belt
clutch shoe grey
clutch weight normal
clutch spring stck
clearance .4
adj nut 1.0
end play minimal


Memo- this setup was for a 35 mintue main under low to mid tracion conditions and under large amount of tire wear.....adjust the numbers to match your tire wear and traction conditions....for qualifiers try 37 front and rear and cut tires to 60 rear 58 front and go out there and have fun

Hope this helps
Robert Maestrey
Thanks for the set up, will try it out. Btw, any hops ups on your car that are critical in your opinion?
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Old 02-21-2007, 09:57 PM   #8856
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I'm going to try a solid front I've heard good things about solid front right now I use a oneway.
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Old 02-21-2007, 10:41 PM   #8857
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Thanks for the set up, will try it out. Btw, any hops ups on your car that are critical in your opinion?
no there were no hop ups .
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Old 02-21-2007, 11:34 PM   #8858
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no there were no hop ups .

Wayne is absolutley correct....no hop-ups completely stock RRR Evo worlds
car handled awesome considering the track conditions were not ideal..
Highly recommend one of these bad boys....and the set-up was basically the same as the setup sheet it comes with except for a couple changes I made like shock oil, camber toe, diff oil,most of these changes I made on the track and when the car felt nice I slapped it on the gauges and saw the results
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Wayne is absolutley correct....no hop-ups completely stock RRR Evo worlds
car handled awesome considering the track conditions were not ideal..
Highly recommend one of these bad boys....and the set-up was basically the same as the setup sheet it comes with except for a couple changes I made like shock oil, camber toe, diff oil,most of these changes I made on the track and when the car felt nice I slapped it on the gauges and saw the results
I really wanted an EVO WC, but was too pricey and i got a very good deal on a nearly new RRR that i couldnt pass up. Any suggestions on different set-up needed for this baby
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Old 02-22-2007, 01:52 AM   #8860
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W-nats set-up enjoy

front

shock oil 600
diaphragm stock
shock piston 2 hole
spring blue
shock position 1.5
caster angle 1mm
camber angle L2 R1.5
toe angle -1 out
front width 199mm
down stop 0
anti roll bar soft
tire 42
wheel offset 0
tire diam. 62.5
chassis height 7
Solid front
knuckle arm type 0 degree
knuckle arm spacer 0 mm
upper arm pos..roll center stck
servo angle 100%
servo saver 11


rear

Shock oil 800
diaphragm stck
shock piston 2 hole
spring dark blue
shock position 3
wheel spacer 0mm
upper arm height b
camber angle L4 R3.5
toe angle +2
tire diameter 64.5
chassis height 8
lower arm position roll cnter stck
body stratus 3.1
brake normal
rear diff 50,000
spur gear 61/56
pinion gear 17/22
drive ratio 2mm split 23t pulley 384 belt
clutch shoe grey
clutch weight normal
clutch spring stck
clearance .4
adj nut 1.0
end play minimal


Memo- this setup was for a 35 mintue main under low to mid tracion conditions and under large amount of tire wear.....adjust the numbers to match your tire wear and traction conditions....for qualifiers try 37 front and rear and cut tires to 60 rear 58 front and go out there and have fun

Hope this helps
Robert Maestrey
Hi Robert,

Thanks for posting your setup ...I intend trying it out this weekend!! Sorry to ask for more but what was your rear downstop and anti-roll bar settings? Also, what was the shore of your rear tyres?

Thanks bro
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Hi Robert,

Thanks for posting your setup ...I intend trying it out this weekend!! Sorry to ask for more but what was your rear downstop and anti-roll bar settings? Also, what was the shore of your rear tyres?

Thanks bro

thank you for pointing that out.... my mistake I missed those...I have corrected the set-up sheet added those missing parameters...
down stop rear was 4 bar was set to soft on the evo for the standard sway bar just use the 2.0..tires rear 45.... remember make your adjustments as needed ...first change I make would be compound of tires....
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do you know if they make a evo conversion from the rrr wc edition, i wanna convert mine into a evo, or does somebody know what part# are needed to do this..
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do you know if they make a evo conversion from the rrr wc edition, i wanna convert mine into a evo, or does somebody know what part# are needed to do this..
there is no problem to convert RRR WC to Evo but it won't be an EVO WC

You just need the EVO conversion kit
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there is no problem to convert RRR WC to Evo but it won't be an EVO WC

You just need the EVO conversion kit

If you can find one....they are no longer available....you will need to either find one that ha store has in stock or purchase parts separately and then assemble..
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If you can find one....they are no longer available....you will need to either find one that ha store has in stock or purchase parts separately and then assemble..
www.hobbybug.com have stock, but not mentioned on website. they ship internationally from singapore. Just post in an inquiry ontheir site. I'm sure they can help. As for price, if i am not sure. Hope this helps
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