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Old 04-17-2006, 04:16 AM   #196
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Most of the time i run my V1RRR in bigger event. But i still keep this beast. Blashing with friends on the weekend with it on Parking lot track
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Old 04-29-2006, 09:19 AM   #197
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Thumbs up New steel ! pinion gears !

After years of alu pinion gears, Kyosho decided it's time for better ones...

Maybe I'm wrong, but I only find the first gear pinion ? Ok, that is the one which wears the fastest.



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Took them a long time to realize that this was needed
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Old 05-01-2006, 08:40 AM   #198
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How many teeth are on the pinion gear in the diffs?
And are the 05R and 05RR the same?
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Old 05-01-2006, 10:46 AM   #199
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Hi,

No, those diff steel gears were already long time available.

These are pinion gears for on the clutch !!

And yes, they are the same for R and RR.
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Anyone know how many teeth are on the pionion gear in the diffs?
If there is a difference, the optional steel 37T setup?
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Old 05-02-2006, 05:57 AM   #201
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Diffs gears come in 41, 40, 39 and 37T setup.
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I'm interested in the number of teeth on the pinion gear that
comes with the 37T steel diff gear setup. Trying to calculate the
gear ratio of the gearboxes.
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Old 05-06-2006, 09:27 PM   #203
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Loving the RR....thanks kidDynomite.

But.... setup-wise, my car runs fine, but when I hit the brakes, it spins.
The tail flips around to the left. What can I do to curb this tendancy?
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I'm interested in the number of teeth on the pinion gear that
comes with the 37T steel diff gear setup. Trying to calculate the
gear ratio of the gearboxes.
All the Kyosho ring gears come with 13t bevel gears.

The Internal Drive ratio for the Rings gears are:

37T- 2.84 : 1
38T- 2.92 : 1
39T- 3.00 : 1
40T- 3.07 : 1
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Loving the RR....thanks kidDynomite.

But.... setup-wise, my car runs fine, but when I hit the brakes, it spins.
The tail flips around to the left. What can I do to curb this tendancy?
You can reduce the EPA on the brake till it barely starts to rotate. The car has a one way I take it. With a one way the car doesn't stop nearly as good as 4 wheel braking so it's more like slowing the car than stopping it.
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Diffs gears come in 41, 40, 39 and 37T setup.
Actually there is no 41 tooth, I think. Just 40, 39, 37, and 38 with the 38T being the most recent introduction.
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Old 05-06-2006, 11:50 PM   #207
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im curious how come kyoho team drviers and most unsponsored drivers dont drive the fw-05rr?
its seems to be a great car but know one runs em is there a reason?
in my local area its all mugen and fw-05 so im trying to figure out why pro's dont like the fw??
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Except for the end-around it's trying to do (I'll try the EPA adjustment tomorrow, but you BARELY touch the brakes, and it's switching ends!) I like the car. Yep, got a one-way on the front. Prob going to do away with that.
Braking is too twitchy with the one-way.
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Old 05-07-2006, 12:32 AM   #209
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im curious how come kyoho team drviers and most unsponsored drivers dont drive the fw-05rr?
its seems to be a great car but know one runs em is there a reason?
in my local area its all mugen and fw-05 so im trying to figure out why pro's dont like the fw??
Belt drive cars are just easier to drive. You can spend a week trying to tune the FW-05RR to be as good as a V-One RRR you only spent one day tuning. Plus the suspension on the V-One RRR is a lot better than the FW-05 RR.
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Old 05-07-2006, 03:28 AM   #210
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Today i noticed what the RR drives like on loose surface.
It was cold and dusty so off went the jaco 40's and the sorex 36's were put on and it was still incredibaly slippery.
It was sooo hard to drive well the most difficult race conditions i have raced in but at the end of the day with the sorex 36's and the RR combination worked well.

Ill be hopeing for more grip in the future
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