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Old 07-14-2004, 05:32 PM   #541
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...couple more hrs
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patience is a virtue im sure it'll be worth the wait!
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Old 07-14-2004, 05:38 PM   #542
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hours... you're killing me Dave...

while you're building it... will the alum. bulkheads fit the Pro4?
I was thinking Barracuda
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patience is a virtue im sure it'll be worth the wait!
true... I guess...good things come to those who wait..
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Old 07-14-2004, 05:41 PM   #544
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can't wait to see the pics Dave
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Old 07-14-2004, 05:42 PM   #545
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true... I guess...good things come to those who wait..
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true true.... WHATS A VIRTUE!!!
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Old 07-14-2004, 06:21 PM   #547
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Dave,

what are the different turnbuckle length ?
need that info to buy blue alu or titanium turnbuckle...

thx
Evo4 uses three different turnbuckle sizes:

3x23 x2 (substitute 3x23 Tamiya titanium ones for these)
3x28 x4 (substitute 3x32 Tamiya titanium ones for these)
3x42 x1 (Lunsford 3x41 is the closest substitute I've found)
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Evo4 uses three different turnbuckle sizes:

3x23 x2 (substitute 3x23 Tamiya titanium ones for these)
3x28 x4 (substitute 3x32 Tamiya titanium ones for these)
3x42 x1 (Lunsford 3x41 is the closest substitute I've found)
the 35mm ones work for the longer sized ones ,... but its'a little bit of a pinch looks like I might have to get the Tech ones
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thanks Dave and Jeffreylin for the info.
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what tuning bits n pieces come with the kit?

pistons/toe blocks/swaybars/springs/etc.

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wholly crap, guyz we just got the Evo 4's in a work, my god SO MUCH BLUE! you know wat the strange thing is? I'm in australia! we have them already! I put mine on layby, might pick it up next week, looks like a AWESOME kit!
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Post EVO4 weight

I got a call from D Jun this morning and he had a chance to weigh the car, ready to race it is 2.5oz light

At 3lbs2.5oz it would make it a pretty light car by club racing standards...on par or slightly lighter than the 415.
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Are the Tamiya TB Evo IV kits that are shipping right now the full option kit?



or are they the regular ones that need to be hopped up
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Are the Tamiya TB Evo IV kits that are shipping right now the full option kit?



or are they the regular ones that need to be hopped up
There are no full option kits. You have to buy the options seperate.
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