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Old 05-06-2007, 05:22 PM   #9241
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This seems to be a one-way failure.. try to apply a few drops of good oneway oil on it, if that don't solve your problem, you may change the oneway
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Old 05-06-2007, 06:43 PM   #9242
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Thank you Jeff1, what oil do you recommend?
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Old 05-06-2007, 06:54 PM   #9243
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You can borrow from someone of you track if you don't want to buy
anyway here is the oil that I use
Serpent One Way Lube (#1680)
http://www.serpent.com/product/1680
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Old 05-06-2007, 08:39 PM   #9244
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During the final today my car started acting up:
Entering a hairpin I braked, then applied power on the exit to the corner. At first I thought I had broken a belt, the motor just reved up and didn't accelerate. I pulled over to the side waiting for a marshall to put it out of its misery! Well I just reved it up a little and off it went. What a surprise, it happened again on the next lap. On the third occasion I pulled off the track.
The problem that I have is I don't know what is wrong, is it the one-way, or is my clutch playing up? I have never had this before. Any help would be most welcome, Thanks in advance,
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check your one way on your two speed. over oiled or is going out. try cleaning it with motor spray... if that does not work, time for a new one...
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Old 05-06-2007, 09:05 PM   #9245
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You can borrow from someone of you track if you don't want to buy
anyway here is the oil that I use
Serpent One Way Lube (#1680)
http://www.serpent.com/product/1680
the serpent one way lube works great one drop and that is all you need..
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Old 05-07-2007, 03:04 AM   #9246
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good day guys.

im new in this hobby and i have a few q's.

i got me a second hand v1rr from a friend and i want to start racing soon. my questions are: are the parts for the v1rr still in production? if not, will parts from the newer models (v1rrr and so on) be compatible with the v1rr? sorry for asking what seems to be dumb questions.
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Old 05-07-2007, 03:17 AM   #9247
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good day guys.

im new in this hobby and i have a few q's.

i got me a second hand v1rr from a friend and i want to start racing soon. my questions are: are the parts for the v1rr still in production? if not, will parts from the newer models (v1rrr and so on) be compatible with the v1rr? sorry for asking what seems to be dumb questions.
Parts from the new car will not fit,butg you still can find parts on Kyosho USA Site
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Old 05-07-2007, 07:23 AM   #9248
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good day guys.

im new in this hobby and i have a few q's.

i got me a second hand v1rr from a friend and i want to start racing soon. my questions are: are the parts for the v1rr still in production? if not, will parts from the newer models (v1rrr and so on) be compatible with the v1rr? sorry for asking what seems to be dumb questions.
Here is the link www.kyoshoamerica.com
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Old 05-07-2007, 07:52 AM   #9249
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a quick question for APP brake pad ,

must i need to glue into the metal pad just like the stock black liner or just direct fit into it ?
and what is the maintence needed for this brake pad ?


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Old 05-07-2007, 10:53 AM   #9250
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a quick question for APP brake pad ,

must i need to glue into the metal pad just like the stock black liner or just direct fit into it ?
and what is the maintence needed for this brake pad ?


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The APP comes glued, you don't have to worry about it.. just install in your car and enjoy
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Old 05-07-2007, 12:57 PM   #9251
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Just back from the Euros. The track was very grippy and we all suffered from traction roll. We dont come across traction roll very much in the UK.

What sort of setup will stop traction rolling? There was only one car on the track that had it beat 100% and was faster than all the others in the turns without rolling and it was a 720, unfortunatly he had the car covered up and would not share the setup. He won the A main by 1 lap even after chaging tyres!!

I saw the car on the track and it looked like the downstops were screwed in so far that the car would not move down more than 1mm even if you removed the springs!! Is this the answer?

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Just back from the Euros. The track was very grippy and we all suffered from traction roll. We dont come across traction roll very much in the UK.

What sort of setup will stop traction rolling? There was only one car on the track that had it beat 100% and was faster than all the others in the turns without rolling and it was a 720, unfortunatly he had the car covered up and would not share the setup. He won the A main by 1 lap even after chaging tyres!!

I saw the car on the track and it looked like the downstops were screwed in so far that the car would not move down more than 1mm even if you removed the springs!! Is this the answer?

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The flex in the arm replaces the spring function.

Cut the width of the front tires and use old hard compound tires.
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Old 05-07-2007, 01:18 PM   #9253
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During the final today my car started acting up:
Entering a hairpin I braked, then applied power on the exit to the corner. At first I thought I had broken a belt, the motor just reved up and didn't accelerate. I pulled over to the side waiting for a marshall to put it out of its misery! Well I just reved it up a little and off it went. What a surprise, it happened again on the next lap. On the third occasion I pulled off the track.
The problem that I have is I don't know what is wrong, is it the one-way, or is my clutch playing up? I have never had this before. Any help would be most welcome, Thanks in advance,
Nick

it's either your 2-speed one way ,or the coller 3x8x12 that fits into the one way.i had the same problem too some days ago .i had checked everyting else ecxept from that coller.it's the part fm-328-1.i changed it and now eneryting came back to normal
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good day guys.

im new in this hobby and i have a few q's.

i got me a second hand v1rr from a friend and i want to start racing soon. my questions are: are the parts for the v1rr still in production? if not, will parts from the newer models (v1rrr and so on) be compatible with the v1rr? sorry for asking what seems to be dumb questions.

bradir.. here is the link for the vone series parts compatibility table

http://www.kyosho.com/jpn/support/op...r_060322-e.pdf
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Old 05-07-2007, 08:51 PM   #9255
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Thank you I will clean and oil the one way first, and then change out the insert if that doesn't work
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