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Old 03-12-2007, 12:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Ivan Dickson
Had a geat weekend at the races car handle great no problems ran the new kfactory tires which were good the whole day considering 90+ heat we just finish up a 4 race point series were I finish first very good compitetion in novice class also I am offically moving up to amateur level which I feel I'm ready to do Can't wait to the next race which will be in 2 weeks Airtronics Championship a 3 day race to view on road race series results click on my link Revelation at the bottom of my signature go to on road.

Congratz...great job..keep on motoring
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Old 03-12-2007, 12:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Ivan Dickson
Had a geat weekend at the races car handle great no problems ran the new kfactory tires which were good the whole day considering 90+ heat we just finish up a 4 race point series were I finish first very good compitetion in novice class also I am offically moving up to amateur level which I feel I'm ready to do Can't wait to the next race which will be in 2 weeks Airtronics Championship a 3 day race to view on road race series results click on my link Revelation at the bottom of my signature go to on road.
Good Job Ivan hope to see u in april out here in vegas , Cant wate to try out those KFactory tires, way to go
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Old 03-12-2007, 01:12 PM
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Good Job Ivan hope to see u in april out here in vegas , Cant wate to try out those KFactory tires, way to go
whats up i also made the show ha ha ha 1st day back in town 1st race had fun look forward to more races see you all soon
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Originally Posted by SOLOARTIST 702
whats up i also made the show ha ha ha 1st day back in town 1st race had fun look forward to more races see you all soon
Will wzup man heard ywhy you had to move back hope all will turn out well see you soon
Keep them RRR on top
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Old 03-12-2007, 01:29 PM
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Will wzup man heard ywhy you had to move back hope all will turn out well see you soon
Keep them RRR on top
actually im about to change to you know i'll be up for mugen grandprix
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Old 03-12-2007, 01:55 PM
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actually im about to change to you know i'll be up for mugen grandprix
Why are you changing? RRR is Great car with the right setup.
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Originally Posted by SOLOARTIST 702
actually im about to change to you know i'll be up for mugen grandprix

Dude...whats up man...you changing..well miss you
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Originally Posted by MRX4-R03
I just got off the phone with Kyosho and they told me they are not aware of this issue and there is no revised part yet out, any ideas on what I should do..
Please click the link below and read posts 7891 thru 7894. I will try to hunt down that info regarding the replacement part.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?p=2621291

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Old 03-12-2007, 06:44 PM
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well I finally ran my rrr wce saturday and I must say this is a awesome car. I havent raced nitro touring for years and this car made me look like a expert. Im very happy the way this car drives. Only a couple small setup issues. The rear seems to be a little loose in some corners exiting, another small issue seems to be in 2 turns exiting the corner the front wants to push a little. Right now the car is box stock. Setup to the wce setup sheet, Also the tires are the ones Im using from the kit and they havent been trued. Should I go to a like 70 or 80 weight oil in the front, and drop to 50 in the rear? Or should I leave it alone. Would appreciate any advise. Thanks. Also I noticed since the tires arent trued that the rear tires since running 5 tanks are smaller than the front tires now, is this normal? Meaning the diameter
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Old 03-12-2007, 06:53 PM
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Originally Posted by tony montana
well I finally ran my rrr wce saturday and I must say this is a awesome car. I havent raced nitro touring for years and this car made me look like a expert. Im very happy the way this car drives. Only a couple small setup issues. The rear seems to be a little loose in some corners exiting, another small issue seems to be in 2 turns exiting the corner the front wants to push a little. Right now the car is box stock. Setup to the wce setup sheet, Also the tires are the ones Im using from the kit and they havent been trued. Should I go to a like 70 or 80 weight oil in the front, and drop to 50 in the rear? Or should I leave it alone. Would appreciate any advise. Thanks
Don't know what type of grip you have at your local track where I race it is a high bite track I use 80wt in front and 60wt in rear & 10,000 in my rear diff. tires I run 45 front & 42 rear and I cut tires down to 61mm to start.
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Originally Posted by rmdhawaii
Please click the link below and read posts 7891 thru 7894. I will try to hunt down that info regarding the replacement part.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?p=2621291
So this has been out for awhile, the guy I spoke to also put me on hold because he was going to ask another person, and came back with "we are not aware of that problem, and as of now there is no updated part"' just to keep looking on the website for a recall in the future..
I just went ahead and grinded it down like the pic you posted just to give it enough clearance..
Hey HAWAII can you explain the roll center and how a,b work, where can I get a base rrr wc set up sheet..
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This is the best article I've ever found on roll centers:
http://web.archive.org/web/200509072...l.asp?pid=9986

Here is also some great info from afm on rear roll center:
http://www.nitrokb.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=15

And this info was provided by Francis M on the a & b:

A: set on the lowest position in the rear will lower your roll center.
B: set on the lowest position in the rear is the next step up
B: on the reversed position would be next higher
A: on the high position for the rear would be the highest setting.
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V-ONE RRR WCE Basic Setup Sheet:
http://www.nitrokb.com/vonerrr/temp/rrr_basic_e.pdf
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Originally Posted by rmdhawaii
This is the best article I've ever found on roll centers:
http://web.archive.org/web/200509072...l.asp?pid=9986

Here is also some great info from afm on rear roll center:
http://www.nitrokb.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=15

And this info was provided by Francis M on the a & b:

A: set on the lowest position in the rear will lower your roll center.
B: set on the lowest position in the rear is the next step up
B: on the reversed position would be next higher
A: on the high position for the rear would be the highest setting.
More great info. Thanks rmd
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