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Old 01-12-2006, 07:03 PM   #3196
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Hi Guy,
i new to TB EVO 4 may i know will the suspension mount of X,A,B,C,D,E same with the TRF 415 MSX suspension mount X,A,B,C,D? thanks
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Old 01-12-2006, 07:07 PM   #3197
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i new to TB EVO 4 may i know will the suspension mount of X,A,B,C,D,E same with the TRF 415 MSX suspension mount X,A,B,C,D? thanks
All the blocks work on all the tamiya cars. But, I believe 415 blocks are a little shorter in height.
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Old 01-12-2006, 07:29 PM   #3198
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All the blocks work on all the tamiya cars. But, I believe 415 blocks are a little shorter in height.
so if i using the TB EVO 4 blocks i no need to add 1mm spacer under the block like i using 415 blocks i need to add 1mm under the block ?
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Old 01-13-2006, 12:49 AM   #3199
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uhh..I have both and i never noticed any difference between the 415 and EVO4 blocks..
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Old 01-13-2006, 06:49 AM   #3200
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uhh..I have both and i never noticed any difference between the 415 and EVO4 blocks..
I just know I have some blue blocks that are shorter in height than the others. And I never bought spares.
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Old 01-13-2006, 06:57 PM   #3201
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The original EvoIV used the A,B,C,D,E Blocks which are about 1mm higher than the 415/MS/MSX 1XD,1XC,1XB,1XA,1X,1A,1B,1C,1D, and the new 1E blocks. The EvoIV MS came with the 1 "series" blocks (I think). So just look at the blocks to see if it says A... or has a "1" infront of the A or whatever letter block....
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Old 01-13-2006, 08:24 PM   #3202
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The original EvoIV used the A,B,C,D,E Blocks which are about 1mm higher than the 415/MS/MSX 1XD,1XC,1XB,1XA,1X,1A,1B,1C,1D, and the new 1E blocks. The EvoIV MS came with the 1 "series" blocks (I think). So just look at the blocks to see if it says A... or has a "1" infront of the A or whatever letter block....
so for the TB EVO IV block only write A only and for 415/MS/MSX block will be 1A izzit? thanks
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The "A" block is 1mm higher than the "1A" block. Or.... the "1A" block is 1mm lower than the "A" block...
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Old 01-14-2006, 05:39 PM   #3204
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The "A" block is 1mm higher than the "1A" block. Or.... the "1A" block is 1mm lower than the "A" block...
thanks a lot
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guys I'm looking for a setup for a evo4, anybody know if Rod C , DJ, cory lewis, or any other pro ever put up his setup anywhere. I tried pulling up DJ set up on tamiya usa but it would not come up.

Im having problems with the rear end coming out on power.
associated springs gold, silver with 40wt oil
1 1/2 camber all the way around, 0 front toe, and D block in rear
1mm rear antisquat, 4 frt droop, 5 rear droop, 2and2 up travel
front spring 1 hole from top and same with rear
running 2mm in roll center
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Old 01-17-2006, 01:23 AM   #3206
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guys I'm looking for a setup for a evo4, anybody know if Rod C , DJ, cory lewis, or any other pro ever put up his setup anywhere. I tried pulling up DJ set up on tamiya usa but it would not come up.

Im having problems with the rear end coming out on power.
associated springs gold, silver with 40wt oil
1 1/2 camber all the way around, 0 front toe, and D block in rear
1mm rear antisquat, 4 frt droop, 5 rear droop, 2and2 up travel
front spring 1 hole from top and same with rear
running 2mm in roll center
Mike if I remember correctly they usually run tamiya yellow spring in front and red in the rear with read anti-sway bar. are you running the 2 or 4 degree caster C block? try 2 if you are using 4. Finally you might want to raise the roll center in front or lower the rear roll center--2mm up in the rear might be high relative to the front. just some thoughts...
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Old 01-18-2006, 12:38 AM   #3207
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thanks jeff will try . I just wish that you could look on the tamiya site and see what the pro's setup were when they ran that specific car at tamiya. I know I can go to Xray, losi, Ae, and get a setup for the tamiya track. Whats wrong with the tamiya????
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thanks jeff will try . I just wish that you could look on the tamiya site and see what the pro's setup were when they ran that specific car at tamiya. I know I can go to Xray, losi, Ae, and get a setup for the tamiya track. Whats wrong with the tamiya????
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http://www.tamiyausa.com/articles/fe...?article-id=79
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thanks jeff , I tried opening the file there is a problem with it. I tried the last 3 nights
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thanks jeff , I tried opening the file there is a problem with it. I tried the last 3 nights
I just downloaded that set up and it opened fine on my mac. If you use a PC and cannot open it you might need to download the Japanese language component for Acrobat.
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