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Old 06-02-2002, 06:37 AM   #211
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I'll played about with a few settings to see if things improve...however this trait was never that obvious on my TC3...and I figured that with the no. of Evos and EvoIIs out there someone would have something to comment if it was the car!!

I'm already running a Cyclone because it is heavier!!
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the EvoII actually allows us to use batt straps, maybe u can try taking out the plastic holder and use straps and try to push the batt nearer to the centre?
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Old 06-02-2002, 07:32 AM   #213
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Hey guys, i looked up rainbowten's price list, and found the front one way for the evo to be 1400yen.....is this price right???


http://www.rainbowten.co.jp/data/erc.htm

the item number is 53200


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Old 06-02-2002, 07:42 AM   #214
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the EvoII actually allows us to use batt straps, maybe u can try taking out the plastic holder and use straps and try to push the batt nearer to the centre?
I have already modified the exisiting piece to take the Xray system...works real good!!!
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hey dtm, im interested in the 414m2..you know if thats a good car?
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Old 06-02-2002, 07:51 AM   #216
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hey dtm, im interested in the 414m2..you know if thats a good car?
Mr Dick likes it....but his mid one-way died on its second day of running!!!!!! Anyway you haven't set up your Type T yet!!!!! Are you getting the Tamiya BLUES?.......
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hey dtm, im interested in the 414m2..you know if thats a good car?
Its supposed to be Tamiya's best.....

Btw Dtm, nice setup, care to show your whole car??
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Old 06-02-2002, 08:32 AM   #218
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Its supposed to be Tamiya's best.....

Btw Dtm, nice setup, care to show your whole car??
No probs!

PS- the lump on the upper deck was me having some fun with an on-board temp sensor!!
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While I'm at it I may as well post these again!! 2 Evo II and 1 414M2!!

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Another view!
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somthing doesent seen quite right with the front part of your upper deck......2 screws missing?
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somthing doesent seen quite right with the front part of your upper deck......2 screws missing?
That 2 screws just hold a plastic piece which to us (I'm dtm's friend with the other Evo II) it does nothing but Extra Weight. I've have that fitted anyway to my car just to make sure is dead weight. I've also put 15g on the electronic side of my car too.....still same problem on left hand turns the car over steers.
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I own a TBEvo I and I took out the aluminum post to make the chassis flex better. Actually it works fine.
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I own a TBEvo I and I took out the aluminum post to make the chassis flex better. Actually it works fine.
Got rid of that on mine too!!!
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Got rid of that on mine too!!!
I also took out those plastic post around the shaft for that purpose and that plastic seemed useless. What else have you taken out?
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