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Old 07-18-2004, 10:14 PM   #646
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so your saying that the evo 4 doesnt come with screws? and you have to buy the screws seperately
No No Steves talkiing about Ti Screw set thats all the EVO4 comes with screws
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No No Steves talkiing about Ti Screw set thats all the EVO4 comes with screws
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thx for claring things up for me JDM I am too anxiously awaiting till my LHS starts to carry this kit How do you like yours so far JDM
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Old 07-18-2004, 10:24 PM   #648
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How do you like yours so far JDM

I love it ... Very easy to drive

Still would have liked a little bit stiffer chassis ..
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Old 07-18-2004, 11:11 PM   #649
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it's optional ... I prefer not to run them on mine... 30+ packs and not one problem
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Did you have the EVO III? If so how many battery packs did it take to exhibit one-way problems?
I know some people seemed never to have problems and others (me) had no end of problems

Cheers, Mark.
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Old 07-18-2004, 11:55 PM   #650
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I love it ... Very easy to drive

Still would have liked a little bit stiffer chassis ..
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Dave,
How does it compare to your Pro4?
What about laptimes, is it faster?

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Old 07-19-2004, 01:20 AM   #651
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Do you get the blocks and swaybars with the kit?
Thanks!
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Old 07-19-2004, 01:29 AM   #652
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I absoultely love this car too. Its just great fun. I have to admit that this is my first pro car that I have owned, aside from the old TB Evolution II, but its just awesome. I really think that once I have got the car set up nicely, that its gonna be hard to beat. I was trying to choose between the Evo IV and the 415, and I am sure I made the right choice with the Evo IV.

Tamiya make a Ti screw set for 6000Yen, is there any other brands that do it cheaper, perhaps steve's from speedtech will be quite a bit cheaper. PLZ PLZ PLZ!!!
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Hey Do you guys know, where can i get the spare part for TB EVOLUTION IV in the U.K.
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Not a chance yet. Don't forget Hobby Co have to import the stuff. They were four months behind getting the 415 in and then it was only been 30 of them, I believe.

Best bet for parts is Rainbow Ten. They are almost next door to the factory.
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I thought that the Evo 4 gears were supposed to be uncovered?
That would be asking for it, just like the 415.
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That would be asking for it, just like the 415.
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Lack of protection to the belts and pulleys. Very easy to get a lump of grit under the front belt and flip it over.

The only way I've found to minimise it is to glass tape over the cutouts in the chassis.
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evo4 sounds great, i think im going to try invest in the suspension set for my 415.
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Old 07-19-2004, 06:27 AM   #658
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Are u really in Oz? Bit early in the morning for u if u are????
Yeh, definately in Aus. Just that I built my Evo IV and I went deep into the night, and I am out of my sleep routine now!!!
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Hi, i amnew to this forum.

Can anyone give me web site adress for Rainbow Ten?

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http://www.rainbowten.co.jp

This is it, ENJOY!!!
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