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Old 07-16-2004, 12:38 AM
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Originally posted by KREATOR1
So if the 1 way works on evo4, maybe the evo4 bevel can fit in to
the evo3

im out of evo3 bevel
At this point, I'd bet it's easier to get EVO3 bevels than the EVO4 ones.
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Old 07-16-2004, 05:16 AM
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Evo3's are 3mm too I belive
Yes they are. Replace with carbide balls ASAP!
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Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
also the EVO3 derlin diff is a direct drop in to the EVO4....

Are we really sure about that? I never thought there would be any real commonality as its a Tamiya/Tech joint design, like the 415.
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Originally posted by EVOtech
Are we really sure about that? I never thought there would be any real commonality as its a Tamiya/Tech joint design, like the 415.
the evo4 use evo3 outdrives and so the trf 415 can also use evo3 outdrives in the back.
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Old 07-16-2004, 07:43 AM
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evo4 on order should have it soon hopefully.
i cant wait the 415 working well and this car is gona be a blinda methinks.
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Just wondering what size are the hex screws on the evo4? i only have the standard evo3.
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Originally posted by trf racer
the evo4 use evo3 outdrives and so the trf 415 can also use evo3 outdrives in the back.
So, what about the front then? Have they done the dirty?

Standard diff needed for the front for indoor slippery things, so if they have, not buying one!
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Originally posted by HPZ
Just wondering what size are the hex screws on the evo4? i only have the standard evo3.
They are almost certainly 3mm, like the 415
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So i will be using a 3mm Hex driver right?
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Originally posted by HPZ
So i will be using a 3mm Hex driver right?
Said driver for a 3mm hex screw, not 3mm a/f driver.
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Originally posted by EVOtech
So, what about the front then? Have they done the dirty?

Standard diff needed for the front for indoor slippery things, so if they have, not buying one!
the rear diff should fit in the front b/c the diffs are not off centre on the evo4 unlike the 415.
the 415 can have diffs built but you need some yokomo parts which is listed in the 415 thread a few pages back.
then all you need is the solid middle pully.
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Originally posted by EVOtech
Are we really sure about that? I never thought there would be any real commonality as its a Tamiya/Tech joint design, like the 415.
the evo4 isnt aided in design buy tech.
the evo4 is pure tamiya
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Hey guys,

I've just picked up my TB Evo IV from my LHS at a pretty good deal. I saw the kit on the wall and couldn't help myself. I will post some pics of the stock standard Evo IV so that you can compare it if you want. But.......... I gotta build it first!!! :-)
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Originally posted by HPZ
So i will be using a 3mm Hex driver right?
No, the thread will be 3mm, but you will need a 2mm allen driver.
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Originally posted by HPZ
Just wondering what size are the hex screws on the evo4? i only have the standard evo3.
just buy a 3mm allen key from your lhs.
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