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Old 03-26-2004, 09:41 AM   #1486
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What about me? What about me?
Ian you got the "Stuff"?
What is my team driver number?

Those damn Ti are holding me up building my 415. Done everything else... shocks, prep the chassis, built the universals, one way, ball diff... sigh

body, body, body body
your team driver #003.
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Old 03-26-2004, 09:47 AM   #1487
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i swung by speedtech yesterday... and gave steve the "cash" for your Ti screws. eeyan should have em.

mr T. thank you so much for the spool! i really would prefer to run this car for reedy since this is my first reedy race.
Thank you Thank you Thank you. You comin to TA tomorrow right? Forget school!
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Old 03-26-2004, 10:34 AM   #1488
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I need a spool too.
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Old 03-26-2004, 11:45 AM   #1489
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Looks like I'll have to have a TRF415 Front Spool J-B Weld Special Edtion handy just in case

I'd post a pic of my car but my brotha's got the dcam.
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Old 03-26-2004, 12:31 PM   #1490
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Looks like I'll have to have a TRF415 Front Spool J-B Weld Special Edtion handy just in case

I'd post a pic of my car but my brotha's got the dcam.
Hey Mr. TRF just buy a new cam. It will cost you half the 415.
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Old 03-26-2004, 06:30 PM   #1491
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SpeedTech : You not in the habbit of replying to emails?
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Old 03-26-2004, 07:04 PM   #1492
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SpeedTech : You not in the habbit of replying to emails?
Hi Lycan,

I'm sorry if I didn't reply your email. But I can't find out if I reply or not if you post on here with only your screen name If you have any questions, feel free to post it on here as well, I check this quite often, and maybe others might be able to help too.

I try to reply emails as soon as I can, and in the order in which they are received

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Old 03-26-2004, 07:16 PM   #1493
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Um..
Dude!
SpeedTechRC has the top customer service in RC in my books!
Answers emails with lightening speed and also FAST shipping to canada!!!
But You also have to Understand that he is a very busy man at times and he may not be able to reply within 15 seconds like usual...



Thanks Steve! I received my PRO 4 kit on tuesday, Thank you for the super fast shipping (First time i got an item this quick from the states) Also, it was pacakged very nice!
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Hey Mr. TRF just buy a new cam. It will cost you half the 415.
Rod I tell you your wasting your money on that JB Weld.

PM me.
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Old 03-27-2004, 03:48 AM   #1495
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Whats the difference between the 415s and EVO3s suspension blocks? Is it only different colour or are the 415s also different in height? Just need some new suspension blocks for my EVO3 and want them in blue colour so I think of using the ones from the 415. Also found a X-block. Whats that?
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Whats the difference between the 415s and EVO3s suspension blocks? Is it only different colour or are the 415s also different in height? Just need some new suspension blocks for my EVO3 and want them in blue colour so I think of using the ones from the 415. Also found a X-block. Whats that?
415 blocks are 1mm lower than Evo 3 blocks. Also the X block is a narrower version of the A block as on a 415 you run D blocks all round and then adjust the rear toe in on the front rear block not the rear rear block as on a Evo. You can easily do this on your Evo though. Rick
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Thanks for that information. so going this way the car will be wider overall than the original EVO3 but more in the front. Do you think this is better?
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Thanks for that information. so going this way the car will be wider overall than the original EVO3 but more in the front. Do you think this is better?
Seems to be very good on the 415, it will just enable you to run less wheel spacers all round to get the track width and it moves the suspension piviot points out further. Rick
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Usually Im running 1mm wheel spacers all round. So the wide is growing front and rear equally. But if I understand it right the 415 uses two D-blocks at the frontaxle and a D-block and say a B-block at the rear. So the wide is growing more at the front than at the rear in compare to the EVO3. What is the result of this? More steering?

415 blocks are 1mm lower than Evo 3 blocks. So the rollcenter is lower using these blocks if Im right. Should this work better in general in compare to the EVO original blocks or better on outdoor or maybe better on carpet using rubber tires?
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I wasnt expecting a reply in 15 seconds. It just that I sent an email 3 days ago requesting a quote for shipping of a 415 and in that time the cars have gone from in stock to out of stock.

I will send it again.
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