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Old 11-05-2003, 09:30 AM   #4726
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If this setup doesnīt work at all maybe you could try it here http://www.rcracechat.com/forum/
Itīs an UK based forum maybe you could ask there at the touring car or Tamiya section regarding a setup for the T27 tires. I know the T27 was used in the UK also as a control tire but Iīm not sure if they still use this tire.
can you post a direct link as i cant find any setups there.
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Old 11-05-2003, 09:43 AM   #4727
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I think there are no setups but you could ask there regarding a setup. Maybe one of these guys is using the T27 also.
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Old 11-05-2003, 09:51 AM   #4728
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thanks for all your help v12.
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Old 11-05-2003, 01:31 PM   #4729
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its a control tyre.
i tried getting on ur site before but it wasnt working.
Hi TRF MAN

I see your having problems getting onto my site. Do you have a flash player installed? (The site is based on flash, you can find it free on the net)

But if you don't succed in doing this, or don't want to, just give me your mail and i'll send you the setup.

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Old 11-05-2003, 01:33 PM   #4730
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I just tried and it was working for me. Hereīs the complete link http://www.swebs.dk/evo3-ger-nats-carpet.pdf

I know itīs a control tyre. We have used this one also two or three years ago. Unfortunately itīs not a slick tire and doesnīt have very much grip when compared with newer tires. But I think there will be no setup specially for the T27.
Sorry TRF MAN

I missed this reply. And I see you found it, thanks to V12

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Old 11-05-2003, 02:48 PM   #4731
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has anybody had any problems with their penguin r/c carbon backplate? i tried to install mine yesterday and found a few problems. first, the holes for the screws were too small. no problem i guess, i just made them bigger. but the middle hole (where you place the shaft through) is absolutely huge! it doesn't fit snug like the stock one at all. not only that, but the holes don't match up one bit. did i get a bad plate, or . . . . .?
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Old 11-05-2003, 03:25 PM   #4732
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My plate is perfect. You might just have gotten a bad one. Contact them and get a new one.
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Default help locating some front gears...

I munched my front one-way gear on Sunday...and no more spares. Speedtechrc is out of stock......anyone know where I can pick some up online???
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Old 11-06-2003, 12:05 AM   #4734
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Some pages ago in this thread there is a EVO3SE with all the Red RC-Square goodies
anyone can help to find that pic for me again?
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Old 11-06-2003, 12:34 AM   #4735
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I munched my front one-way gear on Sunday...and no more spares. Speedtechrc is out of stock......anyone know where I can pick some up online???
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Usually your LHS can order them. If some locals race Evo's then find out what shop they goto cause sometimes, especially with the 1-way they might stock the gears.

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Old 11-06-2003, 06:06 AM   #4736
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has anybody had any problems with their penguin r/c carbon backplate? i tried to install mine yesterday and found a few problems. first, the holes for the screws were too small. no problem i guess, i just made them bigger. but the middle hole (where you place the shaft through) is absolutely huge! it doesn't fit snug like the stock one at all. not only that, but the holes don't match up one bit. did i get a bad plate, or . . . . .?
Isn't the penguin r/c plate for the oneway gear not the spur gear?
So the drive shaft should never have to thought it. This also explains the small holes, those big screws on the spurgear are not meant to go though.

Maybe I misunderstood your reply, sorry if I did.
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Old 11-06-2003, 06:36 AM   #4737
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Ok Im having some issues with my evo........... I'm running a 35/72 x 2.6(internal ratio)= 5.3............ And my car still isnt up to speed....... Im running in stock class with an orion core stock. What is everybody else running ratio wise?

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Old 11-06-2003, 07:04 AM   #4738
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does anybody know where you can buy a spool?

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does anybody know where you can buy a spool?

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Jurgen in Germany makes a very good one as well as a one-way

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Ok Im having some issues with my evo........... I'm running a 35/72 x 2.6(internal ratio)= 5.3............ And my car still isnt up to speed....... Im running in stock class with an orion core stock. What is everybody else running ratio wise?
It's difficult to say because of the size of your track. During the KO Grand Prix at Socal (small-medium high bite) we were running somewhere between 6.0-6.4 with Peak/Orion red springs on both sides and 4499's with a little bit taken off the leading and trailing edge of the brush (MVP trick). These motors aren't relatively fast but we got them going okay since they were the handout. Good enough for TQ in prostock.
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