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Old 06-01-2006, 08:23 AM   #211
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Maybe I got the shiming wrong, but every other evo IV racer at the tracks I race had the same problems, most of us went back to belt cars.
are still using 64dp spur`s ??

my evo 4 is really very quite compared to the loud SD or LCG
just a whistle of speed
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are still using 64dp spur`s ??

my evo 4 is really very quite compared to the loud SD or LCG
just a whistle of speed

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How many of the parts are shared with the MSX? I'm assuming the suspension components are (arms, knuckles, blocks, etc). Thanks.
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How many of the parts are shared with the MSX? I'm assuming the suspension components are (arms, knuckles, blocks, etc). Thanks.
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Old 06-01-2006, 04:10 PM   #215
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Maybe I got the shiming wrong, but every other evo IV racer at the tracks I race had the same problems, most of us went back to belt cars.
I haven't had any trouble with my gears running a 7x1. I think the key is shimming. I shim it so that when the gears mesh towards each other, they won't bind. And when they mesh apart, it won't be too far apart that they can strip. Only thing I break are the plastic spool outdrives.
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Old 06-01-2006, 05:11 PM   #216
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I wonder who has bought a KIT at Reedy. Post them up already!
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Old 06-02-2006, 01:16 AM   #217
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I haven't had any trouble with my gears running a 7x1. I think the key is shimming. I shim it so that when the gears mesh towards each other, they won't bind. And when they mesh apart, it won't be too far apart that they can strip. Only thing I break are the plastic spool outdrives.
those plastic outdrives for the spool
can you get seperatly
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can you get seperatly
Yes, you can get them separately at Champ R/C Adviser.
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Old 06-02-2006, 08:30 AM   #219
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Yes, you can get them separately at Champ R/C Adviser.
you can also get them at Nexus Racing in the US

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Old 06-02-2006, 05:58 PM   #220
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I just switched to the TA05 steel outdrives. No problems with them. And the car still spins free lock to lock with no motor, no pinion.
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Old 06-03-2006, 11:57 PM   #221
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When i the TB Evo V arms coming out? i would like to get some for my 415. Anybody know?

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Old 06-04-2006, 01:22 AM   #222
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well, RC Champ have put them onto my pre-order for me, I guess they'll be out at the same time as the evo5 (14-15th june I think)

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Anyone knows if the kit will come with spare toe block like the MSX to adjust the rear toe to -2.5. If not, would a C block the go to get -2.5 deg toe.
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If the kit is setup to use XA/E on the rear, there would be two options.
1) D on the rear block
2) X on the front block
Either of thoose two will give you 2.5deg of rear toe-in, although XA/D would give a narrower track than X/E

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Old 06-04-2006, 04:39 PM   #225
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No front on board toe must be a shaft thingy since most of the belt cars normally have them. Anyway might include a few optional toe blocks when I get the car. Can't wait for next week
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