Originally posted by ngo8
i guess they used those arms cause of the nice and smooth layout of the tamiya track .steve from speedtech said that the evo4 would be for those kind of situations i guess it worked well for them .
to be honest i dont think that is the main reason or else they may have just used the evo4. i think its the shaft VS belt which makes 1 better for short twisty tracks , no T. steer , and one better for long drifing where better acceleration is important.
i think the suspension was employed like rod said, lighter stiffer but more slop free, more tuning and so on
Im very close to buying me a 415 at the moment ive picked it over the evo4 but now i think i smell a trf415 surikarn edition to celebrate his reedy race winning!
It would be red, Ti. turnbuckles and screws, Ti axles, the Evo4 suspension and A blocks all around, Blue sealed bearings, white belts, finned motor sink bulk head and more better'ness
Talking of white belts i havent seen 1 pic of surikarns car where he has been using the white belts only mazumi, any idea if he used them at reedy or/and why he hasnt been useing them?