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Old 05-11-2006, 03:36 PM   #106
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That's the MSRP, store price will be much much lower.
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Old 05-11-2006, 08:06 PM   #107
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I do not care about the price....I must have it....
Tamiya addict trying to get a fix...
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Old 05-12-2006, 02:08 AM   #108
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For special price go to this link TAMIYA TB Evo V in Stock Now!! Sorry, no more Pre-order Price.

Had just uploaded some pictures in the same link.

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Old 05-12-2006, 04:02 PM   #109
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Thats a bit more like it, must admit to being quite tempted

On another note, the Evo 4 MS suspension mounting blocks need 1mm shims, which I think is a pretty naff idea tbh, whereas the Evo 4 blocks dont, much stronger and less prone to bending and tweek. Does anyone know if the standard Evo 4 blocks work okay on the MS? or, know anywhere that sells full width shims?
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Evo4 blocks will work fine I use them myself on my 415 when I want to raise the roll centre on my 415 using the suspension blocks.

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Old 05-13-2006, 11:47 AM   #111
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Evo4 blocks will work fine I use them myself on my 415 when I want to raise the roll centre on my 415 using the suspension blocks.

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Thanks for that Ed, will order some this weekend then so that I can use them on my new MS
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Dont know whether the evo V batt holder k be use on evo IV anot it look much nicer
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Hey masa, how much is that in dollars?
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Edd & terry
look at this for the Hybrid stuff from CML in UK
got shims for the evo4/415

you have to go to olly jefferies link for the BTCC round
but they do 1 piece shims to raise & lower the roll centre

might get one , then again might not
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Thanks for that Ed, will order some this weekend then so that I can use them on my new MS
I have your new MS in my living room
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Thanks Jolly, can always trust you to point us in the right direction
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I have your new MS in my living room
It's getting closer then You make sure you look after it mate, oh, and a bit of advise, DONT OPEN THE BOX, you might not be able to resist wanting it and I cant have that
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Edd & terry
look at this for the Hybrid stuff from CML in UK
got shims for the evo4/415

you have to go to olly jefferies link for the BTCC round
but they do 1 piece shims to raise & lower the roll centre

might get one , then again might not
errr.... I've pre-ordered one Gonna make it my indoor car, not bad for about 180 on the Champ pre-order
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curious, most ppl want to make the evo V an indoor racer... just wondering... what makes this car more suitable for indoor than out door? I was looking at the specs on the tamiya website and it says it has a minimum clearance of 5mm... isn't that a bit high for minimum clearance?
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Old 05-13-2006, 08:01 PM   #120
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Slightly changing the topic on this thread, does anyone know an estimate release or a possibility of a conversion kit from evo iv to evo v?
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