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Old 06-14-2006, 08:12 AM   #301
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Ed.. COOL! can you cut me a TRF415MSX chassis and upper deck that accomodates the steering assembly from the EvoV

ill have an editable EvoV set up sheet soon. i have a 415MSX one if you want it for your site.
I am currently about to order a Evo v and a evo V steering setup from champ. Then the evo chassis will be been sent off along with a 415 chassis and top deck to be measured and cut for the new steering setup.
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Old 06-14-2006, 09:58 AM   #302
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I am currently about to order a Evo v and a evo V steering setup from champ. Then the evo chassis will be been sent off along with a 415 chassis and top deck to be measured and cut for the new steering setup.
rick.. keep me posted on that. id love to throw on the EvoV steering onto the MSX.

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Old 06-14-2006, 01:56 PM   #303
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How do 28mm foams fit on the front and rear of the car? Any rubbing or modding needed?
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Finished my car. But the Evo 4 spool doesn't fit. Is there an aftermarket spool available?
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Does anybody have the TAMIYA part numbers for the steering parts? The aluminum plate and the swing arms from the EVO V? Thanks~
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Hey Hebiki what is the internal ratio for the EVO 5? will the EVO 4 bevel gear fit the EVO 5?
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not sure? almost everything is included the kit already. only thing you can buy are the following:

- aluminum servo mounts
- Ti/aluminum screws
- Ti coated suspension hinge pins
- Ti coated shock shafts
- aluminum shock spring retainers

these hopups (minus the screws) dont add up to much. maybe $30-$40?
hi hebiki, what are part number for aluminum servo mounts, Ti coated suspension hinge pins and aluminum shock spring retainers. thanks

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When can i buy the evo V lower steering linkage. and when can i buy the Evo V arms? for my 415MSX

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Old 06-15-2006, 01:45 AM   #309
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Does anybody have the TAMIYA part numbers for the steering parts? The aluminum plate and the swing arms from the EVO V? Thanks~
Steering bridge: 3455974
Steering arm (x2): 9808066
Steering post (x2): 9808065
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Hey Hebiki what is the internal ratio for the EVO 5? will the EVO 4 bevel gear fit the EVO 5?
internal ratio is: 2.437

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hi hebiki, what are part number for aluminum servo mounts, Ti coated suspension hinge pins and aluminum shock spring retainers. thanks

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alum. servo mounts: 53723
shock retainers: 49311
Ti coated suspension hinge pins: 53851

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Old 06-15-2006, 01:47 AM   #310
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Tamiya 53928 Short reversible Suspension Arm is now in stock now at RC Champ.

Please email to champ_international@yahoo.co.jp if you are interested.
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How do 28mm foams fit on the front and rear of the car? Any rubbing or modding needed?
man its your lucky day! i have some 28mm foams that came with a car i purchased (T2)... the front does NOT it. you need 6mm hexes. the car comes with 5mm. it hits the steering knuckle.

for the rear: using the kit setup.. the foams hit the bottom part of the shocks. so either mount the shocks on the inner hole (from the kit set up) or again.. use 6mm hexes.

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you want to know the part number for 6mm hexes... right?
they are: 53569



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lee... email your LHS..and ask them for the availability.
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what pinion do you use with the evo 5 for a tamiya super stock motor

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Talking Tamiya EVO 5 Better than PRO 4 Hara & Yokomo LCG?

I have read and been told that the new Tamiya EVO is actually is a better/improved kit over the PRO 4 Hara edition and the Yokomo MR4TC SD LCG...supposedly it have an even lower CG, top deck, shaft, drivetrain, etc, than the already super low Yokomo LCG. Is this true? Can anyone really confirm this? Can anyone come up with concrete evidence- where are the numbers? Its just hard to believe they have figured out a way to make the car with more lower CG and shaft/drivetrain than the Yokomo LCG- that is amazing....if its true- Please let us have the data that would confirm this, and if indeed its true, then I will be buying the awesome kit....
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