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Old 03-05-2004, 11:35 AM   #1081
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The blue shocks are not fluorine coated. If you look at the blue and red shock kits the bodies are still the normal color and the rest is red or blue.
Yes they are.
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Old 03-05-2004, 11:41 AM   #1082
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How is the position of the body posts? Will a body made for the EVO3 work with same holes for the 415 also?
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Come on guys lol. Any way you look at it, your still using some pretty damn smooth shocks. BTW, the textured shock top and bottom pieces are really nice, makes it easier for them to screw on. Also, the aluminum color with o-ring locks in the spring setting. I don't run the aluminum top hat thingy as I believe it adds weight when coupled with the connecting hardware that you need to add. Also, I use the plastic spring retainers (again weight savings). But if you want bling bling.....
The spring retainer adds only 1g for all 4 of them...

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The spring retainer adds only 1g for all 4 of them...

Here is a picture of my 415:
Oops, here it is:
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Im sure this has been asked but once more the thickness of the chassis ?
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Im sure this has been asked but once more the thickness of the chassis ?
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Old 03-05-2004, 11:55 AM   #1087
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How is the position of the body posts? Will a body made for the EVO3 work with same holes for the 415 also?
Unfortunately not. I was hoping it will since I too have an EVO3. all 5 holes are different.
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Thank you so its like the MY02R then chassis wise does it have the 3D cut outs in the bottom?
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If you look at the package the body of the shock is not blue. The rest of the parts are. They are talking about the full blue bodied shock from the M2

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Thank you so its like the MY02R then chassis wise does it have the 3D cut outs in the bottom?
Not sure what 3D cut outs are but here is a picture of the chassis:
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Old 03-05-2004, 12:10 PM   #1091
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i wonder why they don't include the TRF blue shocks
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If you look at the package the body of the shock is not blue. The rest of the parts are. They are talking about the full blue bodied shock from the M2

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tiggersz, they are talking about exactly the shock I am talking about, the TRF blue shocks, not the ones from the M2.
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Old 03-05-2004, 12:14 PM   #1092
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3D Tech chassis
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Old 03-05-2004, 12:16 PM   #1093
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Ok my bad. When I think of blue shocks I think of the M2 ones since they are truly blue and not fluorine coated and the New blue ones the bodies are the normal fluorine coated shock body with the blue pieces.

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Unfortunately not. I was hoping it will since I too have an EVO3. all 5 holes are different.
Thanks for that information. Seems I will stay completely with my EVO3 as I just have finished a bunch of bodies and don´t like making some new ones again.
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I think the motor area is the only place that got the 3D treatment.

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