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Old 03-31-2014, 12:24 PM   #2041
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Thank you b20btec

Now the outdoor season begins where I can properly test and finally can go whenever I want and have time. The club track is almost in front of my door.
I look Forward

I have only driven the EVO and the 418 indoor and only two days long, that`s all. But must say the EVO went really well and fast. To measure lap times I did not come, first had to find a good setup for both cars.

I see you have attached a fan and how? Did not see? I have a MuchMore Fan 40x40 and MuchMore fan mount on. Does not fit well but it`s ok.
I used a trf418 belt tension mount and screwed my fan onto with a spring washer. No issues works perfectly fine and I believe it is the r1wurks fan.
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Here my First Setup Sheet.

Very nice driving with all Parts from the 418




Did I read this setup correctly? C/XC up front? I have never seen this much sweep on any setup before. Possible mistake? Just curious.....

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Yes, the TB04-Diff fits perfect, I had only changed the shiming.
You can run the Evo with 39/16 and 40/16 internal ratio, but I wasn't able to use the Spool with the 40, so I build my car with 39/16.
I hope Tamiya will bring alloy outdrives, that's the only thing I'm missing.

Here you can see my car for ETS Hrotovice:


And the TB04-Diff in my Evo5:

Hello guy's, any idea if the gear-diff will fit my eve-iv (4), like to have a gear diff

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Old 04-05-2014, 12:39 PM   #2044
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Did I read this setup correctly? C/XC up front? I have never seen this much sweep on any setup before. Possible mistake? Just curious.....

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As you can see on the car, I use two Suspension Mounts.

I do not know how to write it down but it's C front and rear 1C-1XC. I thought to write XC and everyone knows because I have never ever seen split XC blocks.

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the rumors have started. a new shafty in the works
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Old 04-09-2014, 11:48 AM   #2046
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Jump up the steps to win races and climb the Podium 1, 2, 3
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Greets,

Does the EVO 5 16T Bevel pinion gear (51255) work with the EVO 4 Steel ring gear (53721)?

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All those gears can be modified to fit
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Does the EVO 5 16T Bevel pinion gear (51255) work with the EVO 4 Steel ring gear (53721)?

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the tooth profiles are all the same throughout the TB range. it will just be a matter of shimming and spacing. never personally tried it but should work (the gear is aluminium)
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If anyone here wants to part with their evo5 in favor of the evo6, I am looking fo an evo5..
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If anyone here wants to part with their evo5 in favor of the evo6, I am looking fo an evo5..
I have a mint condition evo5 Exotek. Original chassis is ok shape. How much are you willing to pay? Email me and let me know.

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the tooth profiles are all the same throughout the TB range. it will just be a matter of shimming and spacing. never personally tried it but should work (the gear is aluminium)
just tried it, fit right in on a tbo3 spool. might need additional shimming for ring gear cause of the dish shape on the back of the evo4 gear moves the gear away from the pinion gear. try to show pics but they are here in my rc tech page
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PM sent Juan..

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I have a mint condition evo5 Exotek. Original chassis is ok shape. How much are you willing to pay? Email me and let me know.

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Hi guys

Last saturday I drive my EVO Exotek on my Home Outdoor Track @ RC Erdferkel.

Very nice this car, fast as well with a Gear Ratio 5,3

Later I post here my Setup Sheet.
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im still looking to buy one... if you want sell shot me a PM... thanks!
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