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Old 05-08-2004, 05:56 PM   #6211
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how long do they acer ones last, at the moment i get a year or less with metal shield ones
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what are the part #'s for the Square Gearboxes for the EVO 3 and where is the best place to order them from.

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Old 05-08-2004, 11:53 PM   #6213
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what are the part #'s for the Square Gearboxes for the EVO 3 and where is the best place to order them from.

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The part numbers for the gear boxes are STB-38R - that's for the red ones. Try Ebay first - got mine from there
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Old 05-08-2004, 11:57 PM   #6214
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Those Square gearboxes look very cool.
And you really should take care of the screws going into any aluminium parts. I had some screws going loose a little but didn´t lost them completely. Usually I check before each run.
Usually I do - I think I had just had a bad day too tired from work, I think

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Do you have dry weather in Nürnberg?
At the moment not It was nice and dry yesterday, but I blew a thrust bearing Fixed everything up for today, but the weather isn't looking as good as yesterday

And as you said, most of the guys at at Türkheim and therefore the track is pretty unused - hope it gets better!

I was going to ask Mr Kess what he was going to do with his 415 Maybe I'll see him today and ask
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Old 05-09-2004, 02:40 AM   #6215
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I think Speedtech sells them. Otherwise R10 usually have them also.
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Old 05-10-2004, 01:50 AM   #6216
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what are some good speed controllers. can you buy the blue sealed bearings. and how do you remove one side of a sealed bearing
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Old 05-10-2004, 02:05 AM   #6217
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what are some good speed controllers. can you buy the blue sealed bearings. and how do you remove one side of a sealed bearing
1. LRP Quantum2, Novak GT7, KO VFS
2. Yes. Tower Hobbies has them
3. Metal bearings are easy, just use an exacto knife to remove the C-ring holding the metal seal. Not sure about rubber or tefelon sealed bearings.
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Old 05-10-2004, 03:52 AM   #6218
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I don't think you can open a rubber sealed bearing unless you pry/cut them open...teflon sealed opens the same way as the metal sealed one....just use xacto knife the c-ring..remove the shield and whoala...there goes the cover and the bearing exposed
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Old 05-10-2004, 05:37 AM   #6219
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Anyone know the part number of the carbon plate that holds the spur gear on for the EVOIII I want to use one on the 415?

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OK, something different ...

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Part # for the carbon plate is 3455643. This is for the stock EVO3. Don´t know if it´s a different # for the Surikarn Edition.
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Thanks for the part number

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It's the same, V12

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Will send you mail later this day.

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Did you go to the Nürnberg track yesterday again?
will call my friend in the evening how it went in Türkheim.
Do you know this track? We will have one round of qualifying for the Nationals there. I can´t imagine running a 27T stock at this huge track.
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Did you go to the Nürnberg track yesterday again?
will call my friend in the evening how it went in Türkheim.
Do you know this track? We will have one round of qualifying for the Nationals there. I can´t imagine running a 27T stock at this huge track.
Hi V12,

I did go yesterday, but it was really too wet to drive I did so anyway I used the Sorex 36Rs which came with teh Surikarn on the Serpent 710 I knew they would be useful sometime but with the track being wet, I was doing four-wheel drifts out of every corner - it was excellent fun but not so good for the car. Actually Mr Keß was also at the track on Saturday with his NTC3.
I had a free day today and so I went to the track again - this time it was dryer, but not completly dry. I put my foam tyres on this time and the car was amazingly fast, but really controllable, even with the standard setup. I am very impressed with the Serpent 710, it's the best car I've ever driven

I once took my Surikarn with a 17T motor onto the Nürberg track - disaster! It was so slow I could give full power everywhere
I can't imagine what a 27T on a track like Türkheim would be like I've never been there, but I know it is a reasonably good size.
When do you go there?
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