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Old 04-26-2003, 01:29 PM   #916
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I haven't built my car yet, but I'd go out on a limb and say that the wheel hubs are probably the same. In most cases, cars with metric axles can share them between each other, and cars with standard (American? SI? not sure on the term here) axles can share them between each other.

Also, the universals/axles between the TC and SD are the same, so yea, they should work.
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futureal : I believe the word you are looking for is "Imperial", as in inches and yards

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Old 04-26-2003, 02:09 PM   #918
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Compared with the MR4TC SP
Rear universals & bones are the same.
front uses the same bones as the rear.
Nitride shocks shafts the same...
Springs the same...
Diff assembly are different..
As with the front one-way also...
Do you happen to have the part # for the bones of the MR4TC that will fit the SD? Thanks.
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Old 04-26-2003, 02:54 PM   #919
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futureal : I believe the word you are looking for is "Imperial", as in inches and yards
Yea, I've heard that one too. Actually, in scientific terms, it is most often referred to as "SI units" though I don't think too many people recognize that one.

But I got the point across, which is good enough for me.
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Old 04-26-2003, 03:08 PM   #920
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Kilruf,
What did you use to countersink the new holes on the chassis?
Hi Kenshin.

When you don't have the exact tool for doing this (don't know the name in english), you can usually get the job done with a drill bit that is much bigger than the hole.

It's what I use to do and it works like a charm.

Maybe someone else has a better tip ?
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Old 04-26-2003, 03:58 PM   #921
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Hi Kenshin.

When you don't have the exact tool for doing this (don't know the name in english), you can usually get the job done with a drill bit that is much bigger than the hole.

It's what I use to do and it works like a charm.

Maybe someone else has a better tip ?
I have tried that, but I always end up having a bigger hole.
I don't want to ruin the pretty silver chassis.
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Old 04-26-2003, 04:23 PM   #922
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has anyone raced there car yet ?? i dont know much about the yoks i had a GT-4 nitro car. cool thing was that it came with alot of hopups that other cars kits dont.
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Old 04-26-2003, 05:20 PM   #923
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Hi zombie, last I checked on the differential parts, the diff screw, balls and thrust bearings are shared with the MR4 belt cars. Only the bevel gear (pulley) and outdrives are different, last I checked the part numbers are the same.

If its not too much trouble, are parts like the wheel hub (EZ hubs), ball bearing on the the diff and wheel side shared with the belt MR4 too?

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Yea you're right...the internals for the diffs are the same...

Yes EZ wheel hubs will fit and come standard on the SD... I'm going to replace the stock EZ hubs and replace it with the Clamping type. since there is no internal bearing spacers in the hubs.


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....Also, the universals/axles between the TC and SD are the same, so yea, they should work.
Actually they are not... the front TC univeral is shorter than the SD. The rears are the same.. The rear dogbones are the same front and back.


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....Do you happen to have the part # for the bones of the MR4TC that will fit the SD? Thanks.
I do...but I'm keeping it a secret.. I left my parts manual for both cars at work.... I'll post it as soon as I can... I think someone already has in the previous pages for the part # for the Blue rear aluminum dog bone that can be used on the SD.
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Old 04-26-2003, 05:50 PM   #924
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I'm impressed that you managed to get one arm mount in. That should anchor the servo alot better.
Not sure what you meant, but mine is anchored with 2 servo mounts. Not one. One you can see in the pic. The other is under the chassis stiffener. If you are not familiar with the Evo3... then you might not under stand this, but you have to cut the top ear off the left side of the servo to fit under the chassis brace. Then you use an Evo3 low servo mount to mount the servo.

As for counter sink, they sell bits just for counter sinking. But I use a dremel and one of the coned stone bits. Does the job good for me. Just takes time and patience to get it done right and clean.

I had plenty of room for my electronics if I mounted my servo the normal way. But to accomidate the larger Novak Brushless ESC (which I got from SpeedtechRC.) ...... I had to mount the servo the way I did. Or else I'd be looking to mount my receiver up high somewhere. And I didn't want to do that.

Blah blah blah......

Hey Steve... am I on first batch or second? Just curious.... I might have to change my card info before you send it out.

Well let me go. L8Rz all

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Old 04-27-2003, 07:28 AM   #925
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Default 2 servo mounts it is....

I also did not see the other servo mount under the stiffener....thats a relief!!

Jedi, you have any spare Evo 3 low servo mounts?
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Kilruf,

No, you're good. You're on the pre-order for the first batch

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Old 04-27-2003, 11:12 AM   #927
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Steve, has mine been shipped or will it go out Monday?

Thanks!!

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Old 04-27-2003, 11:14 AM   #928
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thanks for the anwser, i really dont check my Pm's all.
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Old 04-27-2003, 11:23 AM   #929
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THeGame,

No problem.

Jeff T.,

It'll go Monday, I'm sorry about the delay. By the way, I received your email as well.

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