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Old 07-05-2014, 09:52 PM   #361
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Do you still have that Muchmore Legend for sale? Software 1.23D correct? email me at suradajj at gee male .

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Hi Joey, I can't send a pm to you, check your setting please.
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Old 07-06-2014, 01:46 AM   #362
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My EVO I received from stella models, thank you.
The shaft is in front shorter than the back and only 1,5 shims?

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Do you have a setup for the EVO?

I drive in Front C-C, droop 6 in front and 5 in back.

Diff I drive 3000 Muchmore oil, drop 2degree around and height 5 around.

Hope this will work
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Old 07-06-2014, 04:11 AM   #363
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Found a vid for those of you that want to see the Evo6 in action. At pole.
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ERROR: If you can see this, then YouTube is down or you don't have Flash installed.
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Old 07-06-2014, 04:36 AM   #364
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EVO 6 in stock

http://shop.smokem-racing.com/Tamiya...Kit_p_138.html
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Old 07-06-2014, 09:04 AM   #365
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My EVO I received from stella models, thank you.
The shaft is in front shorter than the back and only 1,5 shims?

@ CW
Do you have a setup for the EVO?

I drive in Front C-C, droop 6 in front and 5 in back.

Diff I drive 3000 Muchmore oil, drop 2degree around and height 5 around.

Hope this will work
The shaft is not shorter, that's the way it is. You need to add those red small foam and follow the manual instruction.
For the set up, just to make sure you build your drive train correctly or it will be loud, I add a 0.1 shim from behind the drive shaft that hold the spur gear.
The other set up is mostly the same like the other car and is a preference. Yes, I also using 3000 oil diff.
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Old 07-06-2014, 09:22 AM   #366
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Had the opportunity to put some laps in with the Evo6. So far the car is very promising. Easy to drive and has got some pace.

My setup is basically stock with the exception of the following:
  • Front and rear shocks in one hole on tower
  • Titanium and aluminum screws
  • 1XB/1B split blocks front and rear
  • no spacers under front blocks
  • HPI silver springs
  • Muchmore 450 shock oil no rebound
  • 2 degrees camber front and rear
  • Droop 25mm front / 24.7 rear

There is plenty of space for whatever sized pinion you dare try Attached is a picture with a 60 with lots of extra room.

Also ran the car with a 17.5. Here's a video demonstrating a few laps. Thanks for shooting the video goes to OSherman.

My car is way louder than CW22's. My drivetrain is extremely free but apparently I did something wrong and currently have the chassis stripped completely down to hunt for the coffee grinder culprit

Evo 6 at Tamiya
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Old 07-06-2014, 12:06 PM   #367
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I drove today on our home track with this setup that felt very good.

Camber front 1,5 and rear 2 degree
Droop front 5 and rear 4
Height front 5 and rear 5,4
Spring HPI Blue around
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The shaft is not shorter, that's the way it is. You need to add those red small foam and follow the manual instruction.
For the set up, just to make sure you build your drive train correctly or it will be loud, I add a 0.1 shim from behind the drive shaft that hold the spur gear.
The other set up is mostly the same like the other car and is a preference. Yes, I also using 3000 oil diff.
Sorry, but the front shaft is 43mm and the rear is 46mm

I have made a Video from the TB EVO 6
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-iYIgoGduTg
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Had the opportunity to put some laps in with the Evo6. So far the car is very promising. Easy to drive and has got some pace.

My setup is basically stock with the exception of the following:
  • Front and rear shocks in one hole on tower
  • Titanium and aluminum screws
  • 1XB/1B split blocks front and rear
  • no spacers under front blocks
  • HPI silver springs
  • Muchmore 450 shock oil no rebound
  • 2 degrees camber front and rear
  • Droop 25mm front / 24.7 rear

There is plenty of space for whatever sized pinion you dare try Attached is a picture with a 60 with lots of extra room.

Also ran the car with a 17.5. Here's a video demonstrating a few laps. Thanks for shooting the video goes to OSherman.

My car is way louder than CW22's. My drivetrain is extremely free but apparently I did something wrong and currently have the chassis stripped completely down to hunt for the coffee grinder culprit
Looks great! How do you find it over the 418?

As to the drive train What did you do wrong? or is there a tip to make it quieter?
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Mostly big pinions and tiny spurs is hard to find, most places is out of stock, maybe i need to give up to buy this car
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Mostly big pinions and tiny spurs is hard to find, most places is out of stock, maybe i need to give up to buy this car
They're not that hard to find. Buy a xenon spur same pattern as psnaracer. Reflexracing
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Old 07-06-2014, 03:06 PM   #372
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Mostly big pinions and tiny spurs is hard to find, most places is out of stock, maybe i need to give up to buy this car
Spurs:

http://www.teamcrc.com/store/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=1_46_50

Pinions:

http://www.teamcrc.com/store/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=1_46_47&sort=20a&p age=4

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Old 07-06-2014, 04:53 PM   #373
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Sorry, but the front shaft is 43mm and the rear is 46mm

I have made a Video from the TB EVO 6
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-iYIgoGduTg
My bad, I thought you are talking about the center shaft.
The drive shaft is true different size for the front and rear.
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How's your EVO 6 ?
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Craigmba,

How's your EVO 6 ?
Still sitting in the box(es). I sanded all the graphite, but then company showed up last week and I got "evicted" from my office, aka the spare bedroom. Be a couple more weeks before I can get them built, maybe two months before I can go to TQ and test, and IIC isn't till October

Rod (or, anybody with a Evo6 and a 418 around in the same place and the same time):

Can the 418 servo mount be cross fitted into the EVO as a bolt on?
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