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Old 08-23-2016, 11:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Schwarta View Post
http://shop.awesomatix.com/index.php?productID=791

Or there if you're not in the US.

Darn, its out of stock. Thanks
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Old 08-24-2016, 08:21 PM
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Is the aluminum chassis for the evo ii with all the cutouts going to have to much flex for CRC high grip carpet? If so is there a solid aluminum chassis available for the evo ii?

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Old 08-24-2016, 10:20 PM
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Originally Posted by dayno View Post
Is the aluminum chassis for the evo ii with all the cutouts going to have to much flex for CRC high grip carpet? If so is there a solid aluminum chassis available for the evo ii?

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all of the alloy chassis made by Amtx will be fine once you run the brace down the center.
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Old 08-24-2016, 11:01 PM
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Originally Posted by danielc3009 View Post
I guess you mean the rear plate am40? If you raise am40 I'd recommend raising the front bulkhead am41/am43 and also the tower am49 the same amount to keep the rod parallel with the chassis.

Can you fit a smaller spur gear so you can use a smaller pinion? Looking at the manual a 50t spur and 37 pinion should fit and give you a fdr of 2.81
The Manual seemed to indicate 36/52 would work too but it doesn't the pinion is simply too tall so 37/50 would be the same.
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I see 2 manuals for the A800 on the Awesomatix website. One says January 2016 update. Which is the most current? Thanks
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Originally Posted by dayno View Post
I see 2 manuals for the A800 on the Awesomatix website. One says January 2016 update. Which is the most current? Thanks
The January 2016 is most current, although I don't think it mentions at42-2 and spr02h3.
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What would be a good weight for rear diff oil and damper oil for an EVO II. I'm setting the car up for VTA. Thanks
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Carpet or asphalt?
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Originally Posted by geeunit1014 View Post
Carpet or asphalt?
Sorry, it would be CRC high grip carpet....thanks!
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I would start with ae45wt (~600cst) in the shocks, and 3k in the diff. You can go up on the diff if you need to free the car up
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Originally Posted by geeunit1014 View Post
I would start with ae45wt (~600cst) in the shocks, and 3k in the diff. You can go up on the diff if you need to free the car up
Perfect, thanks!
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Happy to report that Viljami, Ryan and Freddy all made the B main at the worlds with there A800's. 14th, 19th and 20th; respctively....AWESOME
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Is the Awesomatix store closed for holiday? If so when will they be back and shipping, thanks.
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Originally Posted by dayno View Post
Is the Awesomatix store closed for holiday? If so when will they be back and shipping, thanks.
Which store?

If USA?-- not closed, just slammed with orders, worrying more about shipping than order status updates
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