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Old 03-12-2003, 10:11 AM   #1276
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so, for high traction, bumpy asphalt... It would basically be the same right? What would you change...

seems to me that you'd have to go with a softer spring and maybe softer sways: right?
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Old 03-12-2003, 10:16 AM   #1277
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I need some 2mm locknuts and a thrust washer for the EVO3 diff. Does anybody have some in there toolbox that youd like to sell? And can ship to me asap?

Do you think a Thrust washer from a TC3 would work?

I have almost all the parts to build my diff-but those two!! Aaarrgghhhh!!!
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Old 03-12-2003, 11:28 AM   #1278
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aluma if I was running on bumpy ashpalt I would probably go down about 10 weights on the oil and a slightly softer spring with more ride hight, and yes a softer sway bar, because on the bumpier track you want the suspension to work more.

Ray as for the locknut. I believe hpi makes a 2mm locknut. As for the thrust bearing and diff screw, I think that steve wang at speedtech has these parts in stock, I was going to order some extra ones myself.
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I need some 2mm locknuts and a thrust washer for the EVO3 diff. Does anybody have some in there toolbox that youd like to sell? And can ship to me asap?
I found them and there being shipped to me as we speak-Thanks!!!


Mrodney-dbl Purpels and tans.....hmmmmm I have dbl Purples and Magentas, but no Tans.... But thats close.

Very interesting.

Thanks,
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Old 03-12-2003, 12:32 PM   #1280
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I found them and there being shipped to me as we speak-Thanks!!!


Mrodney-dbl Purpels and tans.....hmmmmm I have dbl Purples and Magentas, but no Tans.... But thats close.

Very interesting.

Thanks,
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were did those diff bits?? i need the same bits also the cap screw.
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Old 03-12-2003, 12:39 PM   #1281
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GTMilenko-A buddy pointed me towards Burien Toyota in Burien ,WA-the only place I knew of that had them in stock. He might already be out of some things, but I do know he has the nuts and the screw and spring. Dont know about the Thrust washer though.....

Call the parts department and ask for Kevin at:1 (800) 654-6456
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Old 03-12-2003, 12:50 PM   #1282
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ah not worth the toll call from New Zealand, i can get some but ,not till april. we have a very good nut and bolt store here i might try them for the screw and nut. i'll let ya know how i get on when i go down there.
unless someone does have something in there tool box they'll sell me.

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thanks rod...

hey guys, why dontcha just buy the TA04 ball diff and the outdrivesfor the evo3? its got everything you need.
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thanks rod...

hey guys, why dontcha just buy the TA04 ball diff and the outdrivesfor the evo3? its got everything you need.
Don't forget the metal rings from the F201 the TA04's wont work.
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Woops I did it again. Another Evo3 has joined the stable for brushless mod purposes. The 414M2 served its purposes well but now shall be mothballed I fell much better running the Evo3 anyways so why not get another for use as the monkey car
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Sounds like RtypeC has totally give-in to the EVO 3...maybe?
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Well just got my EVO3 in today. Just in time for TCS next weekend in PA. Now I just gotta build it and set it up. Anyone here try Yokomo Foams on their cars? I ran Yok foams on my 414 and it made clearance easy because of the 2 offset. They were 26mm. But they are very nice foams. Anyhow, gotta get ready for some asphalt this Saturday....
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Will the outdrives for the F201 fit the Evo3?
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Will the outdrives for the F201 fit the Evo3?
I don't think so!
you have to get the one for EVO 3
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Default Diffs!!!

Just to refresh everyone on the diff isuue.

The Outdrives (Joints) are EVO3 only.
The Diff Rings are F201 and EVO3.
Thrust washer, spring and cap screw are TA04, EVO3.
Diff Balls are universal Tamiya.
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