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Old 07-04-2004, 10:20 PM   #2836
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here is my setup from today...
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Hey guys, quick Q.

Is the part TAM53687 the 1deg rear Alu uprights?

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Old 07-05-2004, 05:18 AM   #2838
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anyone tried out the new parts yet? howd it go?

anyway check out some pictures of my waterproofing
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Old 07-05-2004, 05:33 AM   #2842
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anyone tried out the new parts yet? howd it go?

Tried out the EVO4 Sus conversion today... .. needless to say I have to set it up a bit different than the regular sus arms..I found that I could run a bit softer spring and oild with the longer arms.. not perfect but the new arms are quite strong and the new hubs can take a beating
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Tried out the EVO4 Sus conversion today... .. needless to say I have to set it up a bit different than the regular sus arms..I found that I could run a bit softer spring and oild with the longer arms.. not perfect but the new arms are quite strong and the new hubs can take a beating
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Is it possible to install the EVO4 suspension conversion on a 414M?
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Old 07-05-2004, 06:51 AM   #2844
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Don't see why not the 415 and EVOIII use the same arms etc so it should fit
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Tried out the EVO4 Sus conversion today... .. needless to say I have to set it up a bit different than the regular sus arms..I found that I could run a bit softer spring and oild with the longer arms.. not perfect but the new arms are quite strong and the new hubs can take a beating
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How does the new arms handle compare to the old ones?
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Hey guys, quick Q.

Is the part TAM53687 the 1deg rear Alu uprights?

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Yes, that's the correct part number I believe. It might require some shimming on the 415.

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Yes, that's the correct part number I believe. It might require some shimming on the 415.

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Yep, took me 3 or 4 shims total for each one to get the play out.
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Shud have my new arm set for my 415 tomorrow, cannot wait to et out and test it. Rick
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That is very nice Evo_Uk! I wish they'd race in the rain here. But they are a bunch of wussies.... hehe.

I guess I'll have to wait til SpeedtechRC gets the new arm set in. Til then I'll be racing my Yok SD while prepping up my 415 for TCS. Gotta get a feel for it with a Tamiya body... 19t motor and Tamiya tires.. Do yall think the B3 compound tires would be TCS legal here in the states?? I hope so.....
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How does the new arms handle compare to the old ones?
They Feel the Same... a little bit slower in the "CHIC's" but nothing that can't be fine tuned with some more time on them
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