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Old 12-04-2003, 11:51 PM   #2881
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Wow i have never seen a bigger batch of whingers ever, i have just tried to dredge though the last 6-7 pages and it is full of crap.


The Besercoe way of saying "Hi" lololol


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[I have just acquired a beautiful 414 WCR with SSG, i was looking for some baseline setups for outdoor, asphalt, parking lot style tracks on foam. Can anyone help?
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Old 12-05-2003, 07:09 AM   #2882
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Wow i have never seen a bigger batch of whingers ever, i have just tried to dredge though the last 6-7 pages and it is full of crap.

I have just acquired a beautiful 414 WCR with SSG, i was looking for some baseline setups for outdoor, asphalt, parking lot style tracks on foam. Can anyone help?
I wonder where that beautiful WCR came from. lol.

See guys i got another guy hooked into the 414. lol his the 8th one. An his a top driver.
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Old 12-05-2003, 07:26 AM   #2883
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ooops i ment do they stilll scrape the belt?
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Old 12-07-2003, 09:35 PM   #2884
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Atomix - well no one has ever called me a people person, good thing i am an accountant, numbers dont piss me off. lol

FUK - Yes mate i am ver pleased with the car, it is currently equalising (aka stripped completely on my bench) i plan to finish off the chassis prep tonight and get it ready for 19t battle this weekend. The only real flaw i have found is a tweaked susp block, but hey i got it for a good price i cant complain too much.

Let me know when you are free, and i will come over and see what i can do about moving your other goodies
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Old 12-08-2003, 06:32 AM   #2885
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FUK - Yes mate i am ver pleased with the car, it is currently equalising (aka stripped completely on my bench) i plan to finish off the chassis prep tonight and get it ready for 19t battle this weekend. The only real flaw i have found is a tweaked susp block, but hey i got it for a good price i cant complain too much.

Let me know when you are free, and i will come over and see what i can do about moving your other goodies [/B]
Lol ill give you the orignal suspension blocks. Ill give you a buzz on weds afternoon so we can arrange something the following day. Enjoy the ride and dont forget to share the in EC setup. lol
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Old 12-08-2003, 10:04 AM   #2886
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Yes, the Evo3 suspension blocks fit the 414MII.
what are the advantages of using the evo 3 blocks on the 414?

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Old 12-08-2003, 10:32 AM   #2887
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Thay said it provides more traction. My point is why then not use the standard plastic arms ?
Thanks for the tip!!!! Did it on my 04-R hehehehe
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Old 12-08-2003, 03:32 PM   #2888
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because they change form
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what are the advantages of using the evo 3 blocks on the 414?

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can someone plz answer?

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Old 12-08-2003, 04:02 PM   #2890
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can someone plz answer?

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You get the additional 3mm of raised roll center without having to put shims underneath the suspension blocks. The advantage is not only in the extra roll center change but the additional strength you get from having the entire block contacting the chassis. Just my 0.02 yen
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Isn't it supposed to be 2mm or the guy that measured this and told me has got 2 left hands ?

Anyway I agree, plus they're cool.
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They are cool but when I got hit on the back, the EVO blocks tweaked a little.
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does it scrape the belt


i herd it was 3mm.......
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Not at all, from this point of vue they're better than the stock ones, as they don't need as much spacers.
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Isn't it supposed to be 2mm or the guy that measured this and told me has got 2 left hands ?

Anyway I agree, plus they're cool.
Okay, let's call it 2.0mm-2.5mm-3.0mm hehehe. I was a little shakey after drinking too many Redbull's to hold the calipers steady when I measured them lol
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