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Old 09-04-2004, 09:30 PM   #3631
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where can i find square parts online?
try rcmodel.com in hongkong if not try the square website (rc-square.com)just use the babelfish so that you could understand the wordings its written in japanese
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Old 09-04-2004, 09:41 PM   #3632
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Nismo, it pretty much says it on the EvoIV thread. It's for the Evo IV suspension or 415 with LW. You can not use the Pro4 spindle on the stock 415 suspension. Must be LW suspension. What you need Besides LW suspension kit are...

1.Pro4 spindle
2.10x5mm bearings
3.415 stock axle
4.EvoIV dogbone and pin kit (should be in the LW kit)
5. .75mm shim
6. .9mm worth of axle shims (I use Alex racing/speedtechrc)
7. (optional for carpet) 6mm silver wheel hex

Preferred method with LW suspension kit....

1.Pro4 spindle
2.10x5mm bearings
3.Square Pro4 Ti axle (non MIP type)
4.EvoIV dogbone and pin kit (should be in the LW kit)
5. .75mm shim
6. .1~.2 worth of axle shims
7. (optional for carpet) 6mm silver wheel hex

I don't think it can't get more simpler than that!!

But that's only for the front end... for the rear end it's different. I haven't done it yet....

Hope this helps
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Old 09-04-2004, 10:14 PM   #3633
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nismo: thanks

anymore site aside from speedtech? i cant find the part im looking for
http://shopping.rcmodel.com.hk/
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Old 09-05-2004, 12:30 AM   #3634
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where can i find square parts online?
get a hold of steve wang at speedtechrc.... he'll hunt down any parts you may need. he'll hook you up. tell him chris from TAOB racing sent you.. (not that that means anything! )
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Old 09-05-2004, 12:37 AM   #3635
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buboy & ngo8: thanks i'll look in to it right away
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get a hold of steve wang at speedtechrc.... he'll hunt down any parts you may need. he'll hook you up. tell him chris from TAOB racing sent you.. (not that that means anything! )
alright ill sent him an email
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Old 09-05-2004, 01:21 AM   #3637
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Would someone who also owns an EVO 4 be able to give me the Pt. Number for the EVO4 blue motor heatsink please?
thanks
the # in the manual is 9400169. im not sure which color it will come in, but of course the one in the kit is blue... hope that helps.
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Old 09-05-2004, 02:08 AM   #3638
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Guys i was ordering another 415 kit in for my mates only to find that the TRF415 is already out of production. Hopefully they will continue to manufacture spares and hop-ups for the model. I guess this is about right since the item is a LIMITED EDITION kit.
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Old 09-05-2004, 02:54 AM   #3639
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Guys i was ordering another 415 kit in for my mates only to find that the TRF415 is already out of production. Hopefully they will continue to manufacture spares and hop-ups for the model. I guess this is about right since the item is a LIMITED EDITION kit.
there is still one available kit here in Manila its in LILS HOBBY SHOP only problem is they do not have a website so you might as well ask one of your friends here to buy it here and then shipped it in Australia. the kit is around 23,500.00 in Philippine pesos( dont know the convertion in AUS $)hope this helps
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Old 09-05-2004, 05:06 AM   #3640
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I tried the C/A blocks as suggested by a few people in this forum. I found a really nice increase in steering and rotation, but is it just me or is the car very nervous and harder to drive?

I notice this rear rake is also used on the Pro 4. What is the actual geometry effect of this? It appears that it is mainly a wheelbase change when the suspension is compressed?
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415....limited edition?? i dont think so....

unless we got an updated 415 coming out soon...
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Old 09-05-2004, 05:52 AM   #3642
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I tried the C/A blocks as suggested by a few people in this forum. I found a really nice increase in steering and rotation, but is it just me or is the car very nervous and harder to drive?

I notice this rear rake is also used on the Pro 4. What is the actual geometry effect of this? It appears that it is mainly a wheelbase change when the suspension is compressed?
I havenīt tried it for myself yet but I also have heard itīs harder to drive.
I think when the suspension is compressed itīs not only a wheelbase change but also the castor is reduced.
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Old 09-05-2004, 06:40 AM   #3643
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I havenīt tried it for myself yet but I also have heard itīs harder to drive.
I think when the suspension is compressed itīs not only a wheelbase change but also the castor is reduced.
OK yep I can see that. My HPI R40 also has this same thing but obviously with a different way of doing it with the pivot ball suspension. It seems to work really nicely.
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Old 09-05-2004, 06:58 AM   #3644
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Hi guys,

Karl from Johannesburg South Africa here

I am slowly tring to make my way through the posts on the 415 but it's gonna take a while



1. what are the white belts( maker, part no, reason???)

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Old 09-05-2004, 08:38 AM   #3645
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The White belts are from Tamiya. 53706 Front and 53707 Rear. They are low friction belts to smooth out the drivetrain even more with less friction and more efficiency. They are softer belts.
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