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Old 01-14-2003, 11:32 AM   #361
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Can you pull out the spur gear from that state? Don't you still need to take out the rear diff box?
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rc-zombies do you know how to get the link to read in engish (or anyone) thanks again
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Old 01-14-2003, 11:43 AM   #363
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rc-zombies do you know how to get the link to read in engish (or anyone) thanks again
Use babelfish translator:

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izzy-good point!!! With the rollpin installed-maybe you cannot remove the spur because you cannot move the drive-shaft forward....... I guess I'll need to download babble fish (Great name-from "hitch hikers guide to the universe") and see what the caption says!!!

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Old 01-14-2003, 12:12 PM   #366
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Translated from babelfish, it says "Forty-Two"
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Old 01-14-2003, 12:36 PM   #367
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Well-that helps!!!!
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Old 01-14-2003, 01:42 PM   #368
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You will still have to pull the main shaft out the back by pulling the diff cover off so not much saving of time even with the conversion. If you pull the 4 screws surrounding the spur you can still do the same. And take me out for a beer with the $220 you save.

Rod did you find the diff won't work in the 201 yet the EVO diff is wider then the 201

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Old 01-14-2003, 02:26 PM   #369
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Hello Tamiya pros!!!,

I am wondering if anyone knows for fact that the standard C-hubs on this car, part tree number 50985 (also 000415) are 4-degrees?

I know that the Racing Hub Carrier, part number 53458 is 6-degrees.

I use castor a lot to tune. Is there a 2-degree set as well?

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I thought they were exactly the same racing hub carrier as the 414M2 6
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Hi Guys,

Ti-screw kit is a good idea. I'll see if I have a supplier that can give me a good price break on bulk Ti-screws and I'll figure out some screw packs for you guys. It probably won't be Tamiya screws though

Also, Tamiya is releasing the graphite chassis and shock tower for the 414M2 in the new SSG Graphite, I'm crossing my finger and hoping that they will do the same for the EVOIII

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It does say 4 degree caster on front
Total length: 366mm, Total width: 189mm, Clearance: 5mm, Weight Fully-Equipped: 1,440g (Measurement includes TP-S3003 servo, CPR Unit and RC2400SP Battery with RS-540 motor) Wheelbase: 257mm Tread F/R: 163mm Chassis Material: Carbon Chassis Shape: Double-Deck Frame Steering Tie Rod: 3 part Suspension: Front and Rear Double Wishbone Caster Angle-F/R: 4deg/0deg Camber Angle-F/R: adjustable Toe Angle-F/R: adjustable/The kit comes with 4 different suspension mounts for the express purpose of adjusting rear toe angle Skid Angle F/R: 1.6deg/0deg Damper: F/R TRF Super Low Friction Dampers Drive train: Shaft Driven Full Time 4WD Gear Ratio: 7.34:1, 6.88:1 (Standard in kit) Diff. gear system: F/R One-Way/Ball-Diff Speed Controller: Electronic Speed Controller Tire Width: F/R both 24mm Tire Diameter: F/R both 64mm Tread Pattern: F/R Sleeks.Caster Angle-F/R: 4deg/0deg
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Speedtech...what is special about SSG Graphite?
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I doubt most of us will care if they're tamiya or not...there will be some guys that race TCS. but i think most of us will be huntin' xray, associated, and losi
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Silver Graphite Plate is lighter and slighty more flexible.
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