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Old 09-22-2005, 10:08 AM   #91
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In regards to the evo conversion kit, if you can not find one you can always do it with other aftermarket parts like 3 Racing. The only stock item you would need would be the narrow bulkhead and servo saver/steering pivot.

On the Evo everything from the engine to the front is new includiing the bottom chassis plate except the shocks and front bumper. Everything from the engine to the back is the same as V One/ Reflex.

Afermarket Evo parts can be found at:

www.dinball.com
www.rc-mushroom.com
www.precisionrc.com
http://shopping.rcmodel.hk.com
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Old 09-22-2005, 11:35 PM   #92
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I'm just wondering wether its worth actually upgrading to the V 1 RR evo, what sort of changes have actually been made on the car? Is it worth upgrading for acessibility of parts? How much does it cost around?

And just a question about the reflex when i set my droop i am just playing around with it if i adjust the droop so the suspension arm is level i have to move my shock up a bottom mounting hole so it can exntend far enough but when i do that im getting around 12mm of ride height. and i really just want to play with my droop so i can get more low speed turn in.
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Old 09-23-2005, 11:16 AM   #93
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If you're interested, I have an EVO to let go. Send me a PM for pics and desc.

I've been busy with electric so I don't have time to play nitro.
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Old 09-30-2005, 11:30 AM   #94
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http://usuarios.lycos.es/koldolo/mon...-evolucion.htm

trinity <-------> kyosho Vone RRevo
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What language is that so i can translate it?
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Old 09-30-2005, 05:28 PM   #96
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What language is that so i can translate it?

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Old 09-30-2005, 09:22 PM   #97
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Interesting some parts werent right due to translation but it was a bit of an insight. Is it actually worth it though? I'm seriously considering just upgrading to a G4...
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Interesting some parts werent right due to translation but it was a bit of an insight. Is it actually worth it though? I'm seriously considering just upgrading to a G4...
why a g4, why not the new v one rrr wc?
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I have a reflex nt that I have never raced before, only ran around the parking lot but I need a few parts. First up is diff gaskets, Throttle linkage,. Think this car can still hold its own on the track? Trinitys website says they have everything in stock but god only knows with them. Think I can use permatex for the diffs, or do you guys have any ideas. Also anyone know were I can get a mugen mt12 slide carb. All I have is a rotary.
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why a g4, why not the new v one rrr wc?

Because i can pick a brand new G4 for $369 AUD, tell me where to get a V one RRR for that price and i'll buy one hehe

tony montana, at a club level IMO it is more then enough, i recently (today hehe) got mine running extremely quick with the right setup i was certainly hauling some ass
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I have a reflex nt that I have never raced before, only ran around the parking lot but I need a few parts. First up is diff gaskets, Throttle linkage,. Think this car can still hold its own on the track? Trinitys website says they have everything in stock but god only knows with them. Think I can use permatex for the diffs, or do you guys have any ideas. Also anyone know were I can get a mugen mt12 slide carb. All I have is a rotary.
The Reflex is still a good car. Its just a matter of set-up and driving. As far as parts you can look into all the online stores and they will have gobs of parts. Its the same as a V One R except for the 2-speed and right rear bulkhead. Online sources are:

www.rchub.com
www.precisionrc.com
www.rc-mushroom.com
www.dinball.com

For the MT12 try:

www.acehardwarehobbies.com

Good luck and happy racing.
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http://cgi.ebay.com/KYOSHO-V-ONE-RR-...QQcmdZViewItem
For any body still looking for a evo. kit
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Don't know if they still make this kit, but it is way more simple and cheap conversion of laydown steering servo for a Reflex or a Kyosho V-one R/RR

http://www.ingracing.com/ing/web/Eng...conversion.htm

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Don't know if they still make this kit, but it is way more simple and cheap conversion of laydown steering servo for a Reflex or a Kyosho V-one R/RR

http://www.ingracing.com/ing/web/Eng...conversion.htm

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theres more to the evo than just a laydown servo, they also changed the front geomerty.
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