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Old 13-01-2018
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Hey Folks! With the new PRS1V3FM TYPE-R filtering through if you have any questions about the car pop questions on this thread and we can try to get any answers you may need
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Great car.
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What springs are you guys using as heard most springs are a little tall for the new shocks?
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It comes with 10 pairs.

5 front. 5 rear.

Out the box indoor carpet im running yellow front and rear
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Can u get 15mm ride height with kit springs?
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Can you send me that money as per the deal Kevin?
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Can u get 15mm ride height with kit springs?
Yes you can mate - there are more front springs coming soon too.
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another 8 pairs of springs have just arrived with the dealers, top grade service from PR

finally some stiffer fronts.

so that means now that my kit came with 18 pairs of springs total... talk about leading the market in value for money


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Hi

Currently running a YZ2 CA on indoor carpet medium grip, tight and technical.

I am think to move to a S1 V3 type R has anyone compared the two as I am struggling with rear grip forward traction with the Yoko and like the look of the S1 V3 R Seems great value.

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Hi

Currently running a YZ2 CA on indoor carpet medium grip, tight and technical.

I am think to move to a S1 V3 type R has anyone compared the two as I am struggling with rear grip forward traction with the Yoko and like the look of the S1 V3 R Seems great value.

Thanks mike
You have a PM. Doesn't answer your question per se, but might help.
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New S1 V3 Type R will be delivered Friday can't wait.
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Great stuff, I'm sure you won't regret it. Let us know how you get on with it.
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New to the pr cars here but ran my type r Evo on carpet over the last few weeks and it's a bloody good car. I started with Tom yardys carpet setup but as the primafelt carpet we use has lower grip levels i made some changes. I went 2 gears 7500 in the diff and went for 400cst in the rear shocks. I also went for the inner hole on the steering extensions to increase Ackerman and the changes made all the difference. Kev Lee at inside line has been really helpful as always with advice and answering any questions I have which is nice lol. I am still learning other aspects of the car but certainly one happy pr owner.
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