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Old 02-05-2005, 02:10 AM   #1321
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Do you have any idea where there are available online?

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I can find 31256 (RRR) and 31258 (RRR WC) but no 31257.
Same sites also only do the Foam version of the FW05R, so maybe they're not stocking the Rubber version.

Try e-mailing Pro-Shop Futaba
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Old 02-05-2005, 05:43 AM   #1322
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Thanks Marcos, but I found it on 3 Racing's site, its Aluminum Solid Axle Adaptor Part Number V3R 005.....just in case you are interested in a more technical solution than shoe goo.

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Old 02-05-2005, 12:41 PM   #1323
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Hi Jeff may i ask what holes am i suppose to file?
The holes that hold the fuel tank.

With the new upper deck, I could move my fuel tank back and forth a little bit.
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Old 02-05-2005, 03:12 PM   #1324
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Thanks Marcos, but I found it on 3 Racing's site, its Aluminum Solid Axle Adaptor Part Number V3R 005.....just in case you are interested in a more technical solution than shoe goo.

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You dont need to buy the adaptor, a plastic adaptor should have been included in your kit. The only thing you need to purchase are the diff joints, part #VZ218.
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Old 02-05-2005, 04:12 PM   #1325
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You dont need to buy the adaptor, a plastic adaptor should have been included in your kit. The only thing you need to purchase are the diff joints, part #VZ218.
Thanks, but the thing is I don't have the RRR kit. I'm trying to adapt this to a Mongoose G4, whose front diff is an exact copy of Kyosho's V one RR, that is why every optional for it is made by K-Factory. Now I don't know if RR diff is the same as RRR.

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Old 02-05-2005, 04:13 PM   #1326
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i know someone who used the plastic insert for a solid axle and it didn't last the day out, twisted the center out, thats why people are buying the 3racing alloy one
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afm- the rrr diff is narrower than the rr/g4 diff, sorry to be the bearer of bad news
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if it helps, the guy you won the national champs in the uk with his g4 made a solid axle out of the oneway, drilled though oneway housing and though the shaft on the outdrive and knocked a pin though, held with strong glue, i'm thinking of doing the same on my rrr, should be alot lighter
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Old 02-05-2005, 04:31 PM   #1329
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if it helps, the guy you won the national champs in the uk with his g4 made a solid axle out of the oneway, drilled though oneway housing and though the shaft on the outdrive and knocked a pin though, held with strong glue, i'm thinking of doing the same on my rrr, should be alot lighter
why not it worked on the 710
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Old 02-05-2005, 04:48 PM   #1330
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if it helps, the guy you won the national champs in the uk with his g4 made a solid axle out of the oneway, drilled though oneway housing and though the shaft on the outdrive and knocked a pin though, held with strong glue, i'm thinking of doing the same on my rrr, should be alot lighter
Great Tip, Thanks, i had it as as a second choice if there was no bolt on adaptation.

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Old 02-06-2005, 03:59 AM   #1331
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Does anyone know what brand or tyres the Kyosho team were usuing at the Worlds? They look sweet. Are they Kyosho brand foams?
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The ones that come in the worlds kit are GRP 37's front and rear, so i would take it that the tires were GRP's.
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Hello guys: anybody say me how big is the rrr clutch bell diameter (millimeters) can i use rrr centax clutch shoe in 38 mm clutch bell. ?
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already had mine for a week, just finished building it today first race day tomorrow, well taking it easy anyway lol

make sure you got servo horns because it does not come with any, and there was not enough shims in the kit to do the clutch properly, just two little annoyances - was the regular rrr kit the same?

other then a few niggles the car looks great and should prove to be a rocket ship
Yep, the standard kit doesnt have any servo horns supplied so i had to modify the ones that came with the Futaba 9451 servos.
I did have just enough shims supplied in the kit to shim the clutch properly.
Theyre certainly a rocket-ship even out of the box. Mine got its first race day yesterday at Moorebank and managed 14 laps running basically the stock setup, and theres plenty more speed to be dialled in yet
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Yep, the standard kit doesnt have any servo horns supplied so i had to modify the ones that came with the Futaba 9451 servos.
I did have just enough shims supplied in the kit to shim the clutch properly.
Theyre certainly a rocket-ship even out of the box. Mine got its first race day yesterday at Moorebank and managed 14 laps running basically the stock setup, and theres plenty more speed to be dialled in yet
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