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Old 02-14-2005, 06:40 AM   #6811
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Old 02-14-2005, 06:41 AM   #6812
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i have Surikan EVO III parts laying around i can sell.
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Old 02-14-2005, 08:05 AM   #6813
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I've got a Surikarn EVO III for sale new in box. I have opened the box to look at it, but have not started any assembly.

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Old 02-14-2005, 10:09 AM   #6814
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wow!!!

and I thought they were a LIMITED edition kit!!

Well I still Use mine , its still reasonably competitive even now
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Old 02-14-2005, 12:40 PM   #6815
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For those still having problems with stripped one way gears, I put the following in my 13 year old son's car and it now seems bulletproof - i.e. catching a single front wheel on a board several times at speed results in no problems, unlike before.

Square Diff box,;
Tamiya lightweight driveshaft (2mm longer than stock driveshaft); and
EVO IV aluminum one way gear.

No evidence of any transfer of stress to the gear on the shaft.

The aluminum gear adds 2 gms to the overall weight of the drivetrain (you no longer use the carbon support plate for the one way gear. when you use the alum. one).
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Old 02-14-2005, 07:26 PM   #6816
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For those still having problems with stripped one way gears, I put the following in my 13 year old son's car and it now seems bulletproof - i.e. catching a single front wheel on a board several times at speed results in no problems, unlike before.

Square Diff box,;
Tamiya lightweight driveshaft (2mm longer than stock driveshaft); and
EVO IV aluminum one way gear.

No evidence of any transfer of stress to the gear on the shaft.

The aluminum gear adds 2 gms to the overall weight of the drivetrain (you no longer use the carbon support plate for the one way gear. when you use the alum. one).
Dave,

I just ordered the evo 4 gear yesterday to do that setup. I saw Marty H. at RSJ on Friday night and he told me that he was running the evo 4 aluminum gear up front and has had no problems. That night as he was getting used to the layout (very tight track) he was hitting some boards pretty hard at speed. no stripping. I am not sure why everyone says the EVO 4 aluminum one way gear won't work when every who has tried it says it does. can't wait to get it in the car.

See you at Trackside on the 25th -27th.
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Old 02-14-2005, 07:37 PM   #6817
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Is the red anodized propeller shaft included with the Surikarn Edition as long as the lightweight propeller shaft?
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Old 02-14-2005, 07:38 PM   #6818
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Is the red anodized propeller shaft included with the Surikarn Edition as long as the lightweight propeller shaft?
nope. it is 2mm shorter.
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Old 02-14-2005, 07:49 PM   #6819
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Dave,

I just ordered the evo 4 gear yesterday to do that setup. I saw Marty H. at RSJ on Friday night and he told me that he was running the evo 4 aluminum gear up front and has had no problems. That night as he was getting used to the layout (very tight track) he was hitting some boards pretty hard at speed. no stripping. I am not sure why everyone says the EVO 4 aluminum one way gear won't work when every who has tried it says it does. can't wait to get it in the car.

See you at Trackside on the 25th -27th.
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doesn't using the aluminum one way gear change the internal ratio?
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doesn't using the aluminum one way gear change the internal ratio?
The EvoIV ring gear has 39 teeth. How many on the EvoIII?
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Old 02-14-2005, 08:27 PM   #6821
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It has 39 teeth

Well my xenon replacement has 39t
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Old 02-14-2005, 08:30 PM   #6822
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For those still having problems with stripped one way gears, I put the following in my 13 year old son's car and it now seems bulletproof - i.e. catching a single front wheel on a board several times at speed results in no problems, unlike before.

Square Diff box,;
Tamiya lightweight driveshaft (2mm longer than stock driveshaft); and
EVO IV aluminum one way gear.

No evidence of any transfer of stress to the gear on the shaft.

The aluminum gear adds 2 gms to the overall weight of the drivetrain (you no longer use the carbon support plate for the one way gear. when you use the alum. one).
any store selling that square aluminum gear box, seems that speedtech has run out of stock and wont be coming out with that item anymore
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Old 02-15-2005, 02:47 AM   #6823
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Well my xenon replacement has 39t
what is the part number for the xenon gear and is it made out of a better quality?? who sells it
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any store selling that square aluminum gear box, seems that speedtech has run out of stock and wont be coming out with that item anymore
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what is the part number for the xenon gear and is it made out of a better quality?? who sells it
Speedtech rc part#opt-0301

They seem much harder, and thicker at the edge
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