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Old 06-23-2006, 12:28 PM   #361
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ahhh... fair enough

If you want a diff, you should be able to flip over a rear one, and it should fit.

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Old 06-23-2006, 12:36 PM   #362
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I run both one ways on carpet in my MSX and it's awesome.The speed carried through the corners is unbeleivable.You really should give it a go.We do a lot of carpet racing in scotland and the one way runners are quicker.
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ahhh... fair enough

If you want a diff, you should be able to flip over a rear one, and it should fit.

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i would flip one over
if i had a car to flip one over in that is Edd
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Ran the car last night for the first time. All I can say is WOW !

Anyone have part # for the optional gears shown here .http://www.geocities.jp/hobbyshows/j...uoka/rc/02.htm

Its the last pic on the page which is coloured bronze.
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Old 06-23-2006, 06:56 PM   #365
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Ran the car last night for the first time. All I can say is WOW !

Anyone have part # for the optional gears shown here .http://www.geocities.jp/hobbyshows/j...uoka/rc/02.htm

Its the last pic on the page which is coloured bronze.
Come on Dan...It's printed clearly right underneath the gears
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Old 06-23-2006, 08:16 PM   #366
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Any ideas what its made of?
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Any ideas what its made of?
They are made of aluminum.
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Old 06-23-2006, 11:49 PM   #368
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I may be wrong but they've got a low friction coating and have different shaped teeth

I haven't ran mine yet, been busy and when I had time, I lazed out
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Yes, they are not straight bevel gears. They are zerol bevel gears, which are smoother.
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I just got mine finished

As with the MSX, the quality, escpecially the machined parts, is just superb

I noticed that there seemed to be slight improvements in some of the parts that are common to the Evo5 and the Msx.

For example - the bearings fitted into the front and rear hub carriers just right - where with the Msx they were a little sloppy. The steering hubs themselves also seemed stiffer, it was quite a bit harder to screw in the kingpins.

I should be running mine for the first time tomorrow
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TB Evo 5 aftermarket parts are in stock at RC Champ now!

TB Evo V aftermarket parts now in stock!!!
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Ran the car last night for the first time. All I can say is WOW !

Anyone have part # for the optional gears shown here .http://www.geocities.jp/hobbyshows/j...uoka/rc/02.htm

Its the last pic on the page which is coloured bronze.
there are aluminium bevel gear set. the one piece bevel gear with shaft is better than we used currently in our EVO 5 because the E-clips will be came out after crash few time. it similiar with Pro 4 last time i used i have such problem after i replace it with the one piece bevel gear with shaft the problem are solve.
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How are the cars running? Can you compare with the 415 msx? Keep us posted?
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Old 06-25-2006, 12:45 PM   #374
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I ran my Evo 5 yesterday at our local club here in New Zealand, what a beast. Handled like a dream, I thought the Evo 4 handled nice, this car is unbelievable!! I had so much steering no matter if I was on or off the power and so smoooooth. I will have to make it compatible with side by side packs without using the bloody tape though but all in all its an awesome car, if dont have one yet........BUY ONE!!
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It's already on it's way. Hopefull next week. The only problem i have is that our season is over. Whe only run on carpet from Sept till June. Yesterday I finished 3 rd of the season with my Yokomo CGM against TC4 and a Corally. Hopefully the Evo V will make the differents.

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