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Old 10-17-2004, 01:18 PM   #1546
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so what should i get as i'll be running on high grip carpet this winter and tarmac outside in spring/summer

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Also what is the internal drive ratio of the IV

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Old 10-17-2004, 02:28 PM   #1548
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So is there anything good about the IV or should i get a 415 as xmas is coming round the corner soon so i've got to make my mind up if i want a tamiya from usa as i don't want to pay 445 quid over here in rip off britian which is about $820

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Or you could take my unbuilt EVO IV off my hands for just 200 plus 10 insured P&P.
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Old 10-17-2004, 05:36 PM   #1549
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Yes, I'd love to know that aswell! Anyone?
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the Internal drive ratio for the EVO IV is 2.294

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the Internal drive ration for the EVO IV is 2.294

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Thanks! I just bought a Evo IV this weekend, when my TC3 broke down during my first pack at a big race, but I didn't get the manual and no one knew the internal drive ratio, but now I can make a gear ratio table instead if guessing
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Old 10-18-2004, 10:15 AM   #1552
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Old 10-18-2004, 10:55 AM   #1553
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Thanks again :-)

Is the manual available online somewhere?

Or better - can someone provide me with a list of the common spur-gear sizes? I think mine has 96T now, is that standard? And what other are there?
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Hi, i ws wondring what parts frequently brake on the IV except for suspension arms, hubs etc (which brake on other cars), but any parts i should get in numbers or as an upgrade

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Thanks again :-)

Is the manual available online somewhere?

Or better - can someone provide me with a list of the common spur-gear sizes? I think mine has 96T now, is that standard? And what other are there?
Nope, the manual isn't online.

96T is the usual spur. Range available is usually 90-110T
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Default Square and Tamiya alloy shaft cups

Like the soothsayer in Blackadder..... I have news!!!!!

R10 can now get the alloy rear shaft and cup from Square STV-23R, 1800 yen and the front one-piece with cup STV-23F (although on Square's site it shows as STV-23e), 1200 yen

Also, I have had confirmation that the Tamiya alloy prop cups are to be issued at the end of October, not September as everyone was led to believe. Price for these 500 yen apiece, I think.

They are not listing the Team Bomber carbon prop at the mo, but obscurely they managed to either find or get another one for me.

Outdoor mod EVO4 finally loses its weak spot!
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Old 10-19-2004, 04:44 AM   #1557
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Hi, i ws wondring what parts frequently brake on the IV except for suspension arms, hubs etc (which brake on other cars), but any parts i should get in numbers or as an upgrade

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hmm I have gone through 1 chassis due to bad tweek... ... but I have that problem fixed now... 3mm chassis and braced upper deck (K-models) Hi grip tracks here I come

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do you have a website url for these k model parts?
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http://www2u.biglobe.ne.jp/~kmodels/index1.htm
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Hi, is there any problems or tips on building the IV except for ceiling the edges with super glue and filing the cell slots

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