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Old 01-20-2008, 10:42 AM   #1396
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Hy there

I read in the TRF416 thread that Victor Wilck setuped his 416 at the DHI Cup with a 0,5mm shimm under the rear block of the front suspension. That perform a little anti dive.

This works great with a spool and stronger motors i think???

But does it also make sense in Stock racing with oneway? Has anybody tried it out?

I usual run on tarmac 1mm shims under the blocks, and on carpet (high grip, and tecnical) without the spacers. But i havent tryed anti dive or kickup yet.

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Old 01-23-2008, 04:27 AM   #1397
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Hy there

I read in the TRF416 thread that Victor Wilck setuped his 416 at the DHI Cup with a 0,5mm shimm under the rear block of the front suspension. That perform a little anti dive.

This works great with a spool and stronger motors i think???

But does it also make sense in Stock racing with oneway? Has anybody tried it out?

I usual run on tarmac 1mm shims under the blocks, and on carpet (high grip, and tecnical) without the spacers. But i havent tryed anti dive or kickup yet.

Greetings from Austria

I postetd this also in the TRF416 thread, and got the following back as answer:

last year, running on asfalt outdoor with medium grip and a 19T motor i experienced that using anit-dive or kickup wasn't my thing.
kickup was really bad as the car put all his weight on the front wheels when when slowing down for a corner with a one-way. this made the car really loose in the back. tried anti-dive too but this gave too little steering so i left them parallel to the deck.
when driving stock i dont think you brake that much. anti-dive, as said before here somewhere, makes your car more stable during braking as it transfers less weight to the front of the car. when driving stock you want an as high as possible corner speed because accelerating with a stock motor while having a nice straight-end speed dont go together...

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Old 01-23-2008, 07:24 PM   #1398
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I AM SELLING MY FI"V"E if anyone is interested......Good price too.


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Old 01-27-2008, 10:18 AM   #1399
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Hello to you all
Does anybody have a good setup for this car it will be on a tarmac track quit short with one straight about 40 to 50 feet long and the rest is quit technical it is a high grip track it will be runing 19t stock
hope you can help
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Does anybody have a good setup for this car it will be on a tarmac track quit short with one straight about 40 to 50 feet long and the rest is quit technical it is a high grip track it will be runing 19t stock
hope you can help
Hy!

That is my setup for tarmac:

Dampers: 3 hole plate, 40 oil, with bushing (red one), blue springs front, yellow rear.
Castor: 4, Chamber: 1,5 F+R, Toe in: 2 (rear A+E, front D+D)
ride height: 5mm and 5,5mm, droop: front 5mm, rear 4mm.

I also use the inner hole of the upper arm mounts at he bukheads, and 1mm shims under the blocks all around. the rest is all like in the kitsetup.

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Thanks blueman
We'll set it up and see what the other half makes of it
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has anyone tried using a lipo in their EVO V w/o modifications? I have a 415msx and a 4600 lipo batt wont fit unless you do some modification which i hate to do. Thanks
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Old 02-25-2008, 02:09 PM   #1403
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has anyone tried using a lipo in their EVO V w/o modifications? I have a 415msx and a 4600 lipo batt wont fit unless you do some modification which i hate to do. Thanks
Hy!

I never run a lipo in my evo5 or in an other car, but i think the fit of a pak like this is no big (dremel) problem

I tok some pictures of my car today, where you can see that the place of the batery slots are not coverd by the top deck, if you ok straight from the top on the car.
Only in the end of the front and the rear the deck gets a little wider. The clearance between the lower and the upper deck is 25mm.

By the way, last trainingssession i tested a spool first time in my Evo5 with a LRP 17Turn machine. It was very very nice to drive. But for the 13.5 Turn BL
class i think the oneway will be faster.

If there are still any questions, dont be afraid to ask.

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OK, I have a TB EVO V and I have just bought a Mamba Sidewinder 5700. What gearing should I run? Can I convert to 48P gears? I'm not even sure what pitch the standard gears are......maybe 0.4? what does that mean anyway.....0.4mm pitch??? Anyway, a ball park figure for the pinion/spur ratio would help. I get the motor next week (hopefully).
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Well, I am not sure what that is equivalent to... but a 1:6.5 cannot hurt and work your way up or down... the gear ratios accordingly.

The standard gears that come with the car are 0.4 Module, basically 64p.
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Old 03-04-2008, 05:43 AM   #1406
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I ride also 48dpi spurs and pinions in my car, at the moment a 71t Spur with a 26t pinion. 1 : 6,65 for a 17T Brushed motor.
For me i usual ride 48dpi in all of my cars, because these are very easy to get, and i have a huge range of pinions already in stock.

I made a little gearing chart where you can look wich spur and pinion matches with the ratio you prefer. (for 48dpi)

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Reading through this thread, several have asked about the internal gear ratio. I cannot find anything in the manual, but have seen some online sources say 2.4370. Is it in the manual anywhere? If so, anyone know the page?

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Hi there kmeyer
yes the internal gear ratio is as you have founf i have been using 2.4375 as this is what i was told by other on here It is in the manual on page 16 see pic below circled in red.
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Excellent. I see it. Thank you!

I just replaced a spur gear in about 10 minutes. I think it will take about 5 next time. I used the process of poping the shaft out.

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how soon would tamiya come up with an update version of evo 5?
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