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Old 03-15-2007, 12:50 AM   #9031
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With VSW007 you can run 0 degree offset rear wheels RRR kits are setup for 2 degree offset rear wheels.
I ordered extra steering knuckles for the front and rear and realised they had 0, 1 and 2 (0 is standard)

What is the differnce between them?
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Old 03-15-2007, 12:50 AM   #9032
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Planning to get into nitro touring & choosing between the two versions.

I've been reading up on the two kits on the Kyosho USA website the differences but would rather read/hear it from the experts who've built & raced the kits on the track.

As far as I know, the V1 RRR Evo WCE has around close to $400 options parts included (based off the Kyosho website) but not clear if they (Kyosho) made any major changes from the V1 RRR WCE and V1 RRR Evo kit.

Any advice or comments will be most appreciated before I make the purchase.
Both cars are very good there a few differences in both cars the EVO being the newest has lay down servo and some other small details about the car I myself have the RRR WC and I really enjoy this car a great deal I have some friends that have the EVO all I can say is both cars are great you can't go wrong with either car as long as you have the right setup.
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Old 03-15-2007, 12:58 AM   #9033
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Both cars are very good there a few differences in both cars the EVO being the newest has lay down servo and some other small details about the car I myself have the RRR WC and I really enjoy this car a great deal I have some friends that have the EVO all I can say is both cars are great you can't go with either car as long as you have the right setup.
If price was not an issue, would you recommend the newer version (V1RRR Evo WCE) or the V1RRR WCE?
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Old 03-15-2007, 01:05 AM   #9034
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I ordered extra steering knuckles for the front and rear and realised they had 0, 1 and 2 (0 is standard)

What is the differnce between them?
Your right 0 offset is most common tire to buy I asked same question months back the difference between 1mm offset & 2mm offset and a guy explain that having 2mm offset is a smaller rear end with wide tires that is way RRR is setup,by the RRR being so narrow in the rear you need 2mm offset to make it measure at 200mm if not it measure around 196_197 in the rear thats why I have vzw007 with the spacer it is easier for me to get 0 offset tires.
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Old 03-15-2007, 01:13 AM   #9035
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If price was not an issue, would you recommend the newer version (V1RRR Evo WCE) or the V1RRR WCE?
Well just like a new car you always want to get the newer model I myself would get the EVO but I see no reason right now my car handles great so the anwser to your question is I would get the EVO only because it is the newest model.
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Old 03-15-2007, 02:26 AM   #9036
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what parts are you looking for? Everything that comes with the RRR out of the box is good quality and there isn't a whole lot of 3rd party options that make performance differences. What specifically do you want to try? Kawahara makes some parts. Skyline also has some things.
I want to improve the part about camber(Rear). It's very inconvenient to change rear camber angle ( just very few adjustment can be done with...T^T)
Any suggestion(s)? Or any body could help?
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Old 03-15-2007, 07:21 AM   #9037
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Well just like a new car you always want to get the newer model I myself would get the EVO but I see no reason right now my car handles great so the anwser to your question is I would get the EVO only because it is the newest model.
Thanks for your help. I'll probably get the V1RRR Evo WCE (#31260B) over the V1RRR WCE (#31258B), $85 price difference between the two.
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Old 03-15-2007, 10:07 AM   #9038
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Thanks for your help. I'll probably get the V1RRR Evo WCE (#31260B) over the V1RRR WCE (#31258B), $85 price difference between the two.
Glad I could help.
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for 3R 0.8M Bevel Gear how ?
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Old 03-15-2007, 11:51 AM   #9040
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for 3R 0.8M Bevel Gear how ?
Is that made by Kyosho?
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What does "KRF" stand for???
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Can you identify what "KRF" refers to?

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Can you identify what "KRF" refers to?

Thanks.
I'm think maybe with Kyosho Foam tire only !
because many parts same V ONE RRR EVO ( with new shock can use 13mm spring rear bulkhead , spurgear ... ,
but without option parts !

we around next week arrive , will open to check it !
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KRF = Kyosho Racing Factory, but it seems they don't really use that name anymore?
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Old 03-15-2007, 05:56 PM   #9045
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What should I do if the cap screw on the 2 speed shaft keeps backing out?

I tighten it down and it will always get loose and eventually falls out. God forbid it falls off when I'm at speed.
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