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Old 11-24-2013, 08:06 AM   #1
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Default Kyosho V One RRR 235mm Audi 90 Quattro

Almost finished with my latest project.

It's a Kyosho V One RRR converted to 235mm to accommodate the Audi Quattro IMSA shell powered by a O.S FS26s-c using a FS30s piston and sleeve.










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Old 11-25-2013, 02:34 PM   #2
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Very cool... I assume that's an old Serpent body???.. What tires
did you use???..... I've been wanting to put a .50 size four stroke
in one of my spare Associated RC300 chassis....Post a vid
of that running if possible...... Just noticed the carb adapter
to turn it 90 .... Who makes that???
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Very cool... I assume that's an old Serpent body???.. What tires
did you use???..... I've been wanting to put a .50 size four stroke
in one of my spare Associated RC300 chassis....Post a vid
of that running if possible...... Just noticed the carb adapter
to turn it 90 .... Who makes that???
Correct it's a knock off Serpent body I picked up from a guy in Austria. The wheels/tires are from Xceed. Front are 31.5mm and Rear 44.5mm. I used 14mm wheel spacers made for RC crawlers to get the width up to 230mm

I don't race RCs, just enjoy building them.Especially with either a O.S. FS26s-c or FS40s-c Four Stroke engine.

The 90 degree carb adapter comes with the Kyosho 4 FW05 and V One 4 stroke engine fitting kits.

Here one for sale on ebay
Kyosho-VZW039-7-CARBURETOR-Adspter-for-4-CYCLE
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Very cool... I assume that's an old Serpent body???.. What tires
did you use???..... I've been wanting to put a .50 size four stroke
in one of my spare Associated RC300 chassis....Post a vid
of that running if possible...... Just noticed the carb adapter
to turn it 90 .... Who makes that???
Correct it's a knock off 235mm Serpent body I picked up from a guy in Austria. The tires are from Xceed, 31.5mm up front and 44.5mm rear.

I used 14mm hub extenders used for RC crawlers to get the width out to roughly 232mm

The 90 degree carb comes from the Kyosho 4 cycle fitting kits for the O.S. FS26s-c there's one for sale on ebay

Kyosho-VZW039-7-CARBURETOR-Adspter-for-4-CYCLE

I don't race, just enjoy building unique one offs powered by either the O.S. FS26s-c or FS40s-c
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How does the car perform with the four stroke ? Looks very cool !
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Very nice!! I dig the sound of a 4 stroke!!
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Correct it's a knock off Serpent body I picked up from a guy in Austria. The wheels/tires are from Xceed. Front are 31.5mm and Rear 44.5mm. I used 14mm wheel spacers made for RC crawlers to get the width up to 230mm

I don't race RCs, just enjoy building them.Especially with either a O.S. FS26s-c or FS40s-c Four Stroke engine.

The 90 degree carb adapter comes with the Kyosho 4 FW05 and V One 4 stroke engine fitting kits.

Here one for sale on ebay
Kyosho-VZW039-7-CARBURETOR-Adspter-for-4-CYCLE
Thanks for the info regarding the carb adapter. I have two OS FS 26-c engines in my possession (one in a FW-04) and been looking for an adapter like that so that I can put the other one in another car just to bash with in a parking lot.
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