It is always a good idea to check your hinge pins whenever your car feels weird after setting it up. What I mean is that you can set your droops, ride heights, cambers, toes...etc but if your car fells funky on track, almost like its tweaked, then you've probably got a bent hinge pin or suspension block.
As for a harder material, I asked about that and they don't have anything in stock that would work. Perhap lunsford makes a set that can be modifed for use in Tamiya cars but I doubt it.
Also, has anybody been having problems with the 12x8mm bearing shields popping off the crown gear? Anybody have problems with the bearing shifting on the crown gear causing a roachy drivetrain? Do you think rubber sealed bearings would solve this? TIA.
One more thing:
davioh, I understand and share your excitement about the Evo3 but to save some face, here's is something futureal posted in another thread and I hope that you don't take it the wrong way.
"We specifically warned you to stop posting junk and you have continued. Yesterday I saw you respond to about 9 or 10 different threads in the Paint forum, with every one of your responses being one line or less.
DON'T respond to threads with things like "me too" or "" or "wow really?" and so on. And don't tell me that you've stopped doing that, because you posted about 40 times yesterday across half the forums.
Part of the appeal of this site is that people tend to have real discussions and act a bit more mature than other places. This isn't meant to be a chat forum like RCCA (www.caraction.com
). I'm not trying to be harsh, be we HAVE warned you, and you choose to ignore it.
edit: In fact, in this forum alone, you responded to the last 7 or 8 threads, with one of your responses be nothing more than "yeah." and most of the others being something like "Yea, do what he said." Those are posts that don't need to be made, they just clutter things up. Only respond to a thread if you have something to ADD to the discussion, not just for the sake of posting. "