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Old 04-16-2007, 10:36 PM   #9211
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like they did with the 1/8
They Did?! Damn, I missed that one. Got any pics or links?
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Old 04-17-2007, 06:35 AM   #9212
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On the WC Team Edition setup sheet it says that the rear toe is +2 degrees and I also noticed that one Cyrul setup sheet. Is that correct that you run toe out on the rear? I have never seen anyone run toe out on the rear. This seems a bit odd.

Also can you run the evo blue springs on the the non-evo car? Would these springs make much of a diffrence or should I just stick with the black gold and silver?
+2 is toe in and I don't think the blue springs will fit on the RRR shocks. I don't think the shocks are the same diameter. I would stick with the silver, black and gold.
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Old 04-17-2007, 06:45 AM   #9213
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Actually you can run the EVO springs on the old shocks but you have to flip the shock collars over and use a EVO or Mugen bottom spring retainer.
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Old 04-19-2007, 08:38 AM   #9214
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planning upgrade my RRR to RRR evo.the evo con kit already dis.can some 1 list all the evo con kit list part.hehehe...planning upgrade my car to evo.need all the part list...thanx all
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Old 04-19-2007, 04:10 PM   #9215
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planning upgrade my RRR to RRR evo.the evo con kit already dis.can some 1 list all the evo con kit list part.hehehe...planning upgrade my car to evo.need all the part list...thanx all
Go to the Evo thread and look at post 1603. Some good info too. Thank Eric
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Old 04-19-2007, 04:21 PM   #9216
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Go to the Evo thread and look at post 1603. Some good info too. Thank Eric
No problem glad to help. Here is the article if anyone is looking for it.
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Old 04-25-2007, 01:19 PM   #9217
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Alright everyone, finally got my RRR, and re-built it all, cleaning all i could....not got it to the track yet, but a little test run let me find out its a lot better than my old voneR handling wise.

Firstly, the brake lever is extremly close to the spur gear, in fact slightly rubs, only slightly...whether i use the standard plastic one, or aftermarket one....is this normal, or will it cause much damage?

First problem, the throttle linkage screw that holds the mixer onto the servo linkage vibrated off, and the car revved its little brains out, thank god i caught it before it ripped off at full speed, coulda been so costly!! I've locktited the linkage screw very well now, so hopefully won't happen again....throttle return spring me thinks?!

Last of all, can anyone reccomend a wiring method for servo's and switch, as it looks awfull at the moment...i hear shortening cables? How easy is this to do? Has anyone got any clear pics of how to re-wire....gotta do it soon, as putting my spektrum stuff in it when it arrives.

See before and after...and how close the brake lever is in the pics.
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Old 04-25-2007, 05:14 PM   #9218
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Try the VZ229B brake shaft kit. It helps with the angle of the brake arm. The metal arm,VZW063 is a nice add too.
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Old 04-26-2007, 02:32 AM   #9219
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Hi mike, i've got the Kyosho metal brake holder if thats what that part number is, only i've thrown the packet away, looks like i'll have to get the long arm lever as well too then?!

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Alright everyone, finally got my RRR, and re-built it all, cleaning all i could....not got it to the track yet, but a little test run let me find out its a lot better than my old voneR handling wise.

Firstly, the brake lever is extremly close to the spur gear, in fact slightly rubs, only slightly...whether i use the standard plastic one, or aftermarket one....is this normal, or will it cause much damage?

First problem, the throttle linkage screw that holds the mixer onto the servo linkage vibrated off, and the car revved its little brains out, thank god i caught it before it ripped off at full speed, coulda been so costly!! I've locktited the linkage screw very well now, so hopefully won't happen again....throttle return spring me thinks?!

Last of all, can anyone reccomend a wiring method for servo's and switch, as it looks awfull at the moment...i hear shortening cables? How easy is this to do? Has anyone got any clear pics of how to re-wire....gotta do it soon, as putting my spektrum stuff in it when it arrives.

See before and after...and how close the brake lever is in the pics.
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See this post for the wiring. http://www.rctech.net/forum/showpost...postcount=7472
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Thats an excellent detailed view, thank you, just what i was after, a lot clearer, i've gone well of the mark with mine...but can you just explain the plug on top of the reciever protector, where is that going to which is batt and servos.

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Thats an excellent detailed view, thank you, just what i was after, a lot clearer, i've gone well of the mark with mine...but can you just explain the plug on top of the reciever protector, where is that going to which is batt and servos.

thanks
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The plug is from a small extension sanwa cable. One end is going into the receiver (Batt) and the other (the one you see) waits for the battery plug to get connected.
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Old 04-27-2007, 08:02 AM   #9223
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Right i understand now, couldn't quite fiqure out where it went, least that does away with worrying about a switch now, will copy you on that one and do exactly the same, a lot neater looking.....not sure whether or not to cut and shorten the servo cables yet though...better get my soldering iron out if i do.

Thanks for getting back to me on this, a great help.
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Old 04-28-2007, 04:07 AM   #9224
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i was browsing on redrc.net and found some new options from atomic.
what do you guys think?

http://www.redrc.net/2007/04/atomic-...rrr/#more-2710




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Old 04-28-2007, 04:15 AM   #9225
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hmm some of the pics don't seem to appear.
the rear shock tower looks interesting. as for the brake arm, well thats nothing new as i think 3racing already make one.
the reciever cover is a good idea but most people already use the mugen one.
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