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Old 04-13-2004, 05:13 AM   #6031
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Do you ned to replace them?? Cause if that is the case, it might be cheaper the get a one way.
But yes you can just press them out. Dave Beale did it last year for the Tamiya guys racing the reedy race last year, to make a spool.
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Jason, remember that Martin was not 100% concentrated on the Evo at the nats, he spent a considerable amount of time on the 415 too. I don't think thnats was a fair testing of the Evo. He did make the top ten at cleveland afterall.
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Old 04-13-2004, 08:26 AM   #6033
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Do you ned to replace them?? Cause if that is the case, it might be cheaper the get a one way.
But yes you can just press them out. Dave Beale did it last year for the Tamiya guys racing the reedy race last year, to make a spool.
thanks for the reply, much appreciated!

No, was dreaming of yanking the bearings out and reinstalling
them *backwards*. Long story but was wondering how the
car would work with RWDrive but 4-wheel brakes.
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Old 04-13-2004, 12:00 PM   #6034
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Hi Guys,

The Speed Tech R/C EVOIII Spools are in stock and available online now. These spools features a large back plate to support the one-way diff gear.

Also, we are testing a new one-way gear for the EVOIII that is made of a much stronger material. These are the same gears that Tamiya drivers from Japan ran last year at the Reedy Race

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Old 04-13-2004, 12:45 PM   #6035
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How exactly do you "pop" the bearings out of the one way? Is it risky to do so?

I like the idea posted by WC. However, I was thinking of using the reversed one way diff in the back - the car would be 4wd on power but free wheel and brakeless off power. I used to use the evo in front wheel drive with a one way and corner speed was awesome but acceleration was a bit lacking
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Hi Guys,

The Speed Tech R/C EVOIII Spools are in stock and available online now. These spools features a large back plate to support the one-way diff gear.

Also, we are testing a new one-way gear for the EVOIII that is made of a much stronger material. These are the same gears that Tamiya drivers from Japan ran last year at the Reedy Race

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hey steve about 2 weeks ago i email you an order cause i wanted to pay with paypal but i didnt get a reply so i can pay what happened ?
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Hi Guys,

The Speed Tech R/C EVOIII Spools are in stock and available online now. These spools features a large back plate to support the one-way diff gear.

Also, we are testing a new one-way gear for the EVOIII that is made of a much stronger material. These are the same gears that Tamiya drivers from Japan ran last year at the Reedy Race

Steve Wang
I ran a Speed Tech EVOIII spool on saturday at Speedworld and it was awesome. It's very light weight and there were no signs of notching at all. It fit perfectly into my gear case, no shimming needed.

The backing plate almost covers the entire gear. I ran 3 qulifiers 1 main 2 practice times...and in the end, the gear looked brand new.
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I ran a Speed Tech EVOIII spool on saturday at Speedworld and it was awesome. It's very light weight and there were no signs of notching at all. It fit perfectly into my gear case, no shimming needed.

The backing plate almost covers the entire gear. I ran 3 qulifiers 1 main 2 practice times...and in the end, the gear looked brand new.
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how u doin bro??? me, eeyan and charlie barnes are gonna come up and invade your track dude!

i noticed the same thing with the spool for my 415.. and i will pretty much guarantee the spool for the R3 will be the same. GREAT QUALITY and excellent finish.

guys whatever car you guys drive, cant go wrong with a spool from speedtech. that steve guy knows what he's doing. right steve?
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how u doin bro??? me, eeyan and charlie barnes are gonna come up and invade your track dude!

i noticed the same thing with the spool for my 415.. and i will pretty much guarantee the spool for the R3 will be the same. GREAT QUALITY and excellent finish.

guys whatever car you guys drive, cant go wrong with a spool from speedtech. that steve guy knows what he's doing. right steve?
What up Chris! When are you guys coming up? Speedworld is an awesome track. Also, the Speedworld cup is right around the corner! Ling's got a hooked up setup there for the R3

Are you on the waiting list for Reedy?
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How exactly do you "pop" the bearings out of the one way? Is it risky to do so?

I like the idea posted by WC. However, I was thinking of using the reversed one way diff in the back - the car would be 4wd on power but free wheel and brakeless off power. I used to use the evo in front wheel drive with a one way and corner speed was awesome but acceleration was a bit lacking
Why would you want to run without any brakes? Wouldnt that just slow you down in the long run? Maybe if you were on a long curvy track with out any sharp turns...
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Old 04-13-2004, 08:46 PM   #6041
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So I guess it's been confiirmed on the Tamiya web site the EVO4 is coming out. I wonder what will be changed...

http://www.tamiya.com/english/show0405/show0405.htm
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Old 04-14-2004, 07:51 AM   #6042
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hey steve about 2 weeks ago i email you an order cause i wanted to pay with paypal but i didnt get a reply so i can pay what happened ?
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I'm not sure what happened, but please send it to me again, and please provide more than just yoru screename next time otherwise I have no way of lookign it up either. A first name or a email address will really help looking it up.

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I'm not sure what happened, but please send it to me again, and please provide more than just yoru screename next time otherwise I have no way of lookign it up either. A first name or a email address will really help looking it up.

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ok steve ill email the order again i was concerned becuase you have good stuff and all i hear is good thing about you ill make another order and send it in in the next 2 days.
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