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Old 09-15-2004, 02:54 PM   #3826
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how do you meen 48 pitch would be like 70-72, i was just wondering if a 96 48dp spur would work (as i only have 48dp pinions) on the car and another question to ask what is the lowest spur you can go on the 415

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Old 09-15-2004, 03:00 PM   #3827
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why would a 96tooth not work?

chazz: the smallest spur kinda depends on whet ratio you are planning on using and the size of the pinion you want.

i.e a 67 would fit but you wouldnt be able to mesh it to a 20tooth pinion, if you see where im commin from
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how do you meen 48 pitch would be like 70-72, i was just wondering if a 96 48dp spur would work (as i only have 48dp pinions) on the car and another question to ask what is the lowest spur you can go on the 415

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96t in 48p will be too big. That is like a 128t in 64p. The car comes with 64p 102t which is like a 76t in 48p. (76.5t if you want to be technical).
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I have a pic I can post.. I just have to wait till I get home..
one other thing you guys can try is the EVO4 sus blocks..if you are putting more than a 1mm spacer under them.. I have gone this route and have yet to have any problems
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Greetings again,

back to an old discussion if I may, about the susp. block. in your quote, you said you are using the Evo 4 blocks in the rearfront and the rearrear correct?

Besides the heigth, are the other dimesions exactly the same as the 415 block dimensions?...i.e. length, degree angle of hinge pins.

In other words, is a 415 B block exactly the same as a Evo 4 B block?

Also, are 415 A,B,C,D block the same Evo 3 A,B,C,D blocks with just a 1mm difference in hieght.

Thank you very much for your help,

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i think the evo3 outdrives fit on the 415
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i think the evo3 outdrives fit on the 415
yup, that's correct. it fits on the 415 and Evo IV. you might have to do a little shimming.
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Old 09-15-2004, 05:23 PM   #3834
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Greetings again,

back to an old discussion if I may, about the susp. block. in your quote, you said you are using the Evo 4 blocks in the rearfront and the rearrear correct?

Besides the heigth, are the other dimesions exactly the same as the 415 block dimensions?...i.e. length, degree angle of hinge pins.

In other words, is a 415 B block exactly the same as a Evo 4 B block?

Also, are 415 A,B,C,D block the same Evo 3 A,B,C,D blocks with just a 1mm difference in hieght.

Thank you very much for your help,

Sincerely,

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I think Dave mentioned EVO4 blocks. This one I have not seen yet as I don't own one yet. But for the EVO3, I did use this and measured all the blocks. The only difference is the height. The increments are still the same, by .05.

You can also use the 414M2 WCR Front/rear block as an A bridge on the 415, just need to shim this to even out the height against the E3 blocks.

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Greetings again,

back to an old discussion if I may, about the susp. block. in your quote, you said you are using the Evo 4 blocks in the rearfront and the rearrear correct?

Besides the heigth, are the other dimesions exactly the same as the 415 block dimensions?...i.e. length, degree angle of hinge pins.

In other words, is a 415 B block exactly the same as a Evo 4 B block?

Also, are 415 A,B,C,D block the same Evo 3 A,B,C,D blocks with just a 1mm difference in hieght.

Thank you very much for your help,

Sincerely,

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yup, you are correct. The evo4 block is identical to the 415 block with the exception of height.

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does anyone know the part number for the 6 degree hub?

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yup, you are correct. The evo4 block is identical to the 415 block with the exception of height.

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Greetings Ling,

Thank you for your response. What is the height difference? I think I've seen you around...Do you race in the greater bayarea? Stockton/Medesto?

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Ok, let me get this right.

A to X blocks all increment by .5 degrees.

EvoIII, EvoIV and 415 are all the same width wise.

EvoIII raises the height to 2mm.

Is the EvoIV 1mm height?

Is the 415 0mm height?

I am pretty sure the 414 is 0mm in height.

Other than that do the screw holes match up?

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Ok, let me get this right.

A to X blocks all increment by .5 degrees.

EvoIII, EvoIV and 415 are all the same width wise.
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EvoIII raises the height to 2mm.

Is the EvoIV 1mm height?

Is the 415 0mm height?

I am pretty sure the 414 is 0mm in height.

Other than that do the screw holes match up?

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Evo3 and Evo4 blocks are identical, both are 1mm higher than the 415 blocks of the same letter. The screw holes are identical. I am not sure about the 414 though.
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