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Old 10-08-2004, 03:55 PM
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EVO they are the same as the 415 standard just the hub bearings change to the 950 (8)

Hey guys next weeks topic pissing for distance. Just agree to disagree on the bearings.
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I guess I will just have to research it myself.

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Is the bearings for the shaft the same size as the bearings on the input cups on the EVOIV. If so that kit should work for the lightweight suspension. It would make ense they are about the same size.
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i remember back from my misty boarding past that the higher the abec rating the 'better' the bearing, im 100% sure of that

anyway..

has anyone tried a 415 with a front and rear diff? will i need to make any obvious general setup changes to my usual 1way setup?

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here's a picture of my car
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Well I finally broke down and bought a Yokomo diff for my 415. Now I just gotta build it.. We'll see in 2 weeks.. hehe
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Originally posted by racer
here's a picture of my car
HEY that looks like my car
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Originally posted by gcooper
I guess I will just have to research it myself.

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A track owner that I know said the higher the better. He said he had 9s and paid $10 a bearing for his TC3. If you get 5s or 7s they should be great.

How do you like your 415 & Helios...?

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Old 10-10-2004, 10:21 AM
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Originally posted by KilRuf
Well I finally broke down and bought a Yokomo diff for my 415. Now I just gotta build it.. We'll see in 2 weeks.. hehe
I built and tested a front diff yesterday using EVOIII parts. I'll post pics later on.
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Has anyone here got a decent setup to start from for don valley on hpi b15-40'S? Im racing at the HPI junior nationals this weekend and have no idea where to start.
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Ps. Im using the standard suspension.
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Hi, I know this was discussed tons of pages back, I just need to recall the specific arms blocks or hinge pin holders in front to make the arms toe-in. What is the letter of the block. thank you for your time.
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Originally posted by Fatboy Joe
Hi, I know this was discussed tons of pages back, I just need to recall the specific arms blocks or hinge pin holders in front to make the arms toe-in. What is the letter of the block. thank you for your time.
i hope this helps
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I just got this and boy it is tiny. LOL. I hope it works as described.
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it does it works great
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BTW,,,,is it possible to put the TRF sticker on my MY02Monster Jeff ??
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