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Old 01-14-2014, 12:49 AM   #1996
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Hy there!

I have build up a TB04 Gear Diff for my Evo instead of the Spec Rīs.
I sanded the gears only a bit. Once i have assambled it and filled it up with 3000 oil the diff feels very tight compared to my 417 gear diff filled with the same oil.

I havent it tried at the track right now, but it seems to bee very tight.

Now my question. How much have you sanded yout internal gears?

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Old 01-14-2014, 01:37 PM   #1997
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Normaly I use 1500 or 2000 oil, I don't drive modified, so 3000 is to high for me.

Sanding:
-Small gears
Only short sanding for a clean back
-Big gears
I sanded them a littlebit longer, until the molding noses disappeared

The result was, that I was able to use the small bevel gears with 0.1mm shims.
In my oppinion this diff runs more free than my first one without this modification.
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Hi, I've built mine with metal gears without sanding any gears and use 1000 oil.

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Old 01-14-2014, 11:38 PM   #1999
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Thx!

I will check it again tonight, if anything is not moving free...
Will report then again!

Greetz Rainer
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Old 01-22-2014, 02:30 PM   #2000
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Working on the next big thing: Evo IX



A little preview for you. The 418 suspension fits in the rear, the front suspension will also work, but I have to change the shiming.
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Hey JanTRF,

thanks for the info, new susp. looks good. Don't have my parts yet but will soon. Curious if the 418 stabilizer parts will be a direct fit front and rear.
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Now it is nearly completed. Probably I will change to split blocks, but I'm not sure.
My next step is to update my electrics and then we will see, how the car works.
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Looking for a replacement lower deck for my evo 5 ms.Just would like to have a spare for my car just in case.Let me know what you have and pictures.
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Looking for a replacement lower deck for my evo 5 ms.Just would like to have a spare for my car just in case.Let me know what you have and pictures.
Upper deck:

http://www.ampdraw.com/product/4236/...117-Upper-Deck

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http://www.ampdraw.com/product/4235/...116-Lower-Deck
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I think I'm done.
Only waiting for the direct servo horn and the 418 bumper holder.

Probably someone has an good idea, where I could place a fan for the engine.

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@JanTRF

Can you please post your Setup?

Your EVO Looks great, I love it
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I think I'm done.
Only waiting for the direct servo horn and the 418 bumper holder.

Probably someone has an good idea, where I could place a fan for the engine.

If you want lowered shock towers. I mounted my tcxx standard shock towers on it. You can only use (2) screws. But you get more shock adjustment options and lowers the towers quite a bit.
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My aim is to get the Evo V MS shock towers, then I can switch between 5 and 5 MS. So I should get the whole range of shock positions.

I have no need for lower shock towers, cause I have no short shocks. (not yet)
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Here is my setup from ETS Hrotovice last november.

It is without the 418 suspension!
I had to add 60g balance weight. 30g in the bumper and 2x 15g under the drivetrain.

Be careful, it is based on an Evo V, not MS!

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Got a TB03D Spool, it fits much better than my Evo4 Spool. Now I can use TB04 gears in the whole drivetrain.

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