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Old 07-16-2003, 09:57 AM   #2941
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Anyone got the part number/s for the updated parts to the oneway that is in the surikan edition evolution? I know there's a brace, anything else. Any help will be greatly appreaciated.
How are you liking this car Proud as oppose to the others you've owned?
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I just got my Evo 3 S and WOW. This car is going to be sweet. The presentation of the parts is great, the quality is great, and all the carbon fiber chassis parts and red aluminum just blows me away. I'll be buildign this ALL day.

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Old 07-16-2003, 12:16 PM   #2943
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I have been running mine for a couple nights and I am loving it so far!
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Old 07-16-2003, 01:02 PM   #2944
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the 414s will be a bit ttricky, as they have no notch to get to the bottom diff housing screw... you will have to remove the block when you pull the diff. but they should be stronger, since they are thicker. tamiyausa's site gives 3454073 for the part #
great thanks! are these ones the same width as the "a" blocks?
i have to remove the blocks anyway because i have spacers under them.
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Very much Mike! The quality and craftsmanship of Tamiya is nice. So far I'm impressed-alot.
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yup.. that part # is out of my manual. should be the sraight block, with no offset, just like the A. i do need to verify the spacing is the same, so ill do some measuring this evening and compare the two when i get home... handy having both cars!!
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Old 07-16-2003, 01:47 PM   #2947
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yup.. that part # is out of my manual. should be the sraight block, with no offset, just like the A. i do need to verify the spacing is the same, so ill do some measuring this evening and compare the two when i get home... handy having both cars!!
thats great! thanks man, also any idea where i could get a set from for a good price?
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Old 07-16-2003, 03:34 PM   #2948
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V12,

here is the breakdown for the titanium turnbuckles used on the SEvoIII:

-one 42mm for the servo arm
#2520040 ??? (that what was printed on the parts list)

-four 32mm for the camber links
#53527

-two 23mm for the steering
#53526

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thank you, thatīs exactly what I was looking for
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are these ones the same width as the "a" blocks?
The 414 boys here use the green bits interchangeably, so I would assume so...
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Hi everyone,

I just received the TB EVO III (Surikarn Limited Edition) yesterday and I was busy building it almost all the night. It is great with all the red hop ups, titanium staff, etc. included!

I have few queries and will be grateful if you can comment on the following:

- When you assemble the gearboxes, do you have to put a lot of grease on the Bevel Pinion Gear and the Main Ring Gear or just little?

- Once you finish the gearboxes and install the Propeller Shaft, if you turn the shaft with your fingers, does it have to be really smooth? Mine seems to be bit smooth, but makes small cracking noise. Is it normal?

Thanks everyone!
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Old 07-17-2003, 12:51 AM   #2952
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Hi everyone,

I just received the TB EVO III (Surikarn Limited Edition) yesterday and I was busy building it almost all the night. It is great with all the red hop ups, titanium staff, etc. included!

I have few queries and will be grateful if you can comment on the following:

- When you assemble the gearboxes, do you have to put a lot of grease on the Bevel Pinion Gear and the Main Ring Gear or just little?

- Once you finish the gearboxes and install the Propeller Shaft, if you turn the shaft with your fingers, does it have to be really smooth? Mine seems to be bit smooth, but makes small cracking noise. Is it normal?

Thanks everyone!
Cracking noise dont sound normal, it suppose to be really smooth AND without any sort of cracking noise. Just rebuild it, you must have missed something, knowing tamiya it would be rare for it to have any miss moulds what soo ever. Hope this helps
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Hi FUK_WRX,

Thanks for your suggestion ... and for the other question (please)

- When you assemble the gearboxes, do you have to put a lot of grease on the Bevel Pinion Gear and the Main Ring Gear or just little?
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Hi FUK_WRX,

Thanks for your suggestion ... and for the other question (please)

- When you assemble the gearboxes, do you have to put a lot of grease on the Bevel Pinion Gear and the Main Ring Gear or just little?
i myself just put a little on the pinion gear and none on the bevel gear, i've tried using more and it just flicks it off anyway.
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Old 07-17-2003, 01:16 AM   #2955
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raikanen wen u 1st built the gearboxes did u put grease in?the crackling noise cud be the grease.
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