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Old 04-05-2004, 08:52 AM   #5971
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well i dunno, they surely are presise. they hold the bearings ALOT better indeed to reduce any wobble. but they hold it so presise that it gets rid of any shimming u might want to do.

so if i used the stock gearboxs id have to find a way of holding the bearings in better then shim it.

ill have to experiment i guess

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Guys what do you talk about the Square gearboxes? Why do you want using that different shimming? That´s completely wrong. Using same bearings with the Square gearboxes the car runs much more free than with the stock gearboxes. So why do you want different shimming? I´m running no shims with the diffs and one 0.2mm shim at the front with my Jürgen oneway and it´s perfect!
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everycar and every gear is different mate. i still think that even with the alloy boxes you could easily shimm the diffs a tiny bit away from the pinion for more freeness, im putting the stock boxes back on when i next rebuild my car for a comparison. alot of things have changed on my car since i got the square boxes id like to step back n try it all with the original boxes.
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Old 04-07-2004, 07:18 PM   #5974
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Hey guys, see alot of you use the Futaba S9550 low profile servo. How do you like it? enough torque and good speed?
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Old 04-07-2004, 07:49 PM   #5975
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Hey guys, see alot of you use the Futaba S9550 low profile servo. How do you like it? enough torque and good speed?
It is a great servo. It is the one Surikarn won the Worlds with 2 years ago. It has plenty ot torque and speed. It is tough one to beat. Also saves alot of room if you need room.
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Old 04-08-2004, 02:28 AM   #5976
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managed to improve the drive train with out the shimming and by keeping the alloy gear cases. Because i just loved the stiffness (and redness ) i decided instead to work on the plastic outer case. Just dont a similar thing the tc3 drivers do inside their gearboxs and its made it veeeeeeeeery good , it just spins and spins and spins, becasue its incredibly light ( drive train ) ive got it too 8 second spin count, may not seem high but im running lightweight parts through out...
Only thing i havent purchased are the Ti axles.. anygood? someone told me they arent worth the purchase as youll find they wear alot quicker then the steel ones. anyone?
I have a vid of the drive train, but no online space, can anyone help?

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Japanese is already accepting order and they are expecting to release EVO 4 in July.
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Japanese is already accepting order and they are expecting to release EVO 4 in July.
Where did you see that??
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its gonaa be on display in Mays model show
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its gonaa be on display in Mays model show

just got my TBIII.
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just got my TBIII.
Me Too!!! LoL.. what ever though.. The EVO3 SL is a great car and will still be very competitive when the EVO10 comes out next year.... Im not worried...
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Yep!!


Futaba 9550- I have one that I just took off my car and it works awesome!! It already has the corner of the ear trimmed and the wire shortened. I used it for about 3 months (approx 3 race weekends). Only reason I changed was because Robert from KO has been helping me out so I bought another 2123 for my EVO3SE. I was gonna put it on the for sale forum but if one of you guys wants it I'll take $50 shipped. Paypal or USPS money order.

BTW- Speedtech has some pretty cool Square hop ups for the EVO3. I wouldn't expect them to last very long. The best ones are the center braces and the aluminum rear hubs.
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