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Old 03-05-2004, 12:36 PM   #1096
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Thank you Ramon that was the picture i was needing to see.
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anyone know the length of the dog bones up front? are they 39s? the rears are 42s...

i have some blue 39s that i never used from my TA04.. curious to see if i can put them up front.
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anyone know the length of the dog bones up front? are they 39s? the rears are 42s...

i have some blue 39s that i never used from my TA04.. curious to see if i can put them up front.
Chris, they are 42s, identical to the EVO3 ones...
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Old 03-05-2004, 01:51 PM   #1099
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ok. ill stick to the steel ones since the blue ones will just get bent after the first hit. no point in investing.
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Old 03-05-2004, 02:35 PM   #1100
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So has anyone actually tried their 415 out yet on the track? I'm trying mine on sunday. We should try to get some setups posted.
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Old 03-05-2004, 02:43 PM   #1101
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So has anyone actually tried their 415 out yet on the track? I'm trying mine on sunday. We should try to get some setups posted.
jeffreylin and i will be running ours tomorrow at the Tamiya USA track. let you guys know what i find.
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Ok,
so who's gonna let me borrow a 415 for TCS??
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Old 03-05-2004, 03:38 PM   #1103
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ling.. you can borrow mine. but if you win nationals. i get the plane ticket to japan!
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I think the motor area is the only place that got the 3D treatment.
Yeah your right......
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jeff... im seeing the same thing. rear belt looks like it 1-2 notches too loose. i think ill adjust it tonight. front belt looks like i can adjust it and tighten it one notch also.
I tightened mine two notches front and rear.....
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sorry, can someone please explain what 3D means?
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sorry, can someone please explain what 3D means?
part of the graphite chassis has been milled lower..thus lowering the center of gravity and makes for a lighter chassis as well...see KO's pic:

http://www.rctech.net/forum/attachme...&postid=752626
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so RC Zombies, not tempted to trade the pro 4 in for a bit of 415 action??? lolol
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knowing rc... he has one already and just not telling us
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so RC Zombies, not tempted to trade the pro 4 in for a bit of 415 action??? lolol
not at this time...
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