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Old 02-20-2005, 10:09 PM   #2731
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Damn, I wish I knew that about the Square knuckles. I just ordered some Pro4 aluminum knuckles for my EvoIV. But I do this because I also use CVD's on my EvoIV now. I use the Pro4 spindle with Pro4 axles and RaySpeed SD CVD's bones. Works great. Can't wait to try this out with a spool for asphalt season in a few months....
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Old 02-21-2005, 04:24 AM   #2732
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anyone have a part number for the EVO 4 ms?

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Old 02-21-2005, 04:25 AM   #2733
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anyone have the EVO 4 MS part number?

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Old 02-21-2005, 04:36 AM   #2734
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have a look at Speed Tech RC MDL, if you interested in a cheaper option, I have my Evo 4, which I may be looking at selling if I pick an EVO 4 MS
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Old 02-21-2005, 06:45 AM   #2735
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This happen a while back, I tried the Lw conversion on my 415 on carpet and soon as I hit something parts where all over the place, but the shock of the week was that screw pin broke as well for those who ha dhtis same problem thr this go to rainbow ten and squat makes a whole set

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Old 02-21-2005, 05:48 PM   #2736
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I ordered those last week... so they are on the way...
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Old 02-21-2005, 06:33 PM   #2737
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I gotta admit, seeing the stainless steel hinge pins for the ends of the arms, they do look like they'll be good.

On another topic, what springs have people found generally work the best on the TRF shocks?? Especially in relation to the Evo IV. I've noticed a lot of people using AE springs but I can't get my hands on any of them and I have used some XRay ones and Tamiya ones. I like the smoothness of the XRay springs but I only have them in spring types for Foam Running. Gotta get some more for Rubbers, especially as in our state, foam racing is illegal in EP cars.
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Old 02-21-2005, 07:37 PM   #2738
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Especially as in our state, foam racing is illegal in EP cars.
We cant help that some states are backward in Australia
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Old 02-21-2005, 07:41 PM   #2739
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If you can't get AE spring... try and get HPI then. Alot of teams are using them as well.
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Old 02-22-2005, 08:00 PM   #2740
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Hey you guys - is there any other way of holding down the batteries besides 1) using tape 2) using the stock plastic crap? Has anyone tried to use parts from other cars - like xray hold downs?

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Old 02-22-2005, 08:41 PM   #2741
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Loosenut, you obviously haven't read through much of this thread. Buy the Yokomo MR4-TC std bar or graphite bar. Its the same shape and I've never had a battery come out with that on my car. I have the graphite bar by the way. From Rainbow Ten the line should be:

3503435005258,YOKOMO,1380YEN,SD-118G MR-4TC SD LIGHTWEIGHT GRAPHITE BATTERY PLATE & MOUNT SET,

Not that expensive and it makes the car look very much the same, just with graphite. Make sure you put an Evo 4 sticker over the Yokomo writing though.
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Loosenut, you obviously haven't read through much of this thread. Buy the Yokomo MR4-TC std bar or graphite bar. Its the same shape and I've never had a battery come out with that on my car. I have the graphite bar by the way. From Rainbow Ten the line should be:

3503435005258,YOKOMO,1380YEN,SD-118G MR-4TC SD LIGHTWEIGHT GRAPHITE BATTERY PLATE & MOUNT SET,

Not that expensive and it makes the car look very much the same, just with graphite. Make sure you put an Evo 4 sticker over the Yokomo writing though.
simon.. next thing you know.. you'll be driving a yokomo

btw.. the graphite bar works very well in my SDW
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Hehe..thx for that...yes too many posts to catch up to...=)

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simon.. next thing you know.. you'll be driving a yokomo

btw.. the graphite bar works very well in my SDW
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good morning! btw.. to answer your springs question. ive used the yellow springs from tamiya. other favorites are blue, gold and silver from associated. im sure you can pick up the complete set from steve at speedtechrc. he ships to australia
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