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  • Quote:
    Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
    How well do you drive .. don't hit the board s and you should be fine
    -Dave
    i usually nail the boards or sideswide them at the end of the straight away. i'm just a beginner myself. can't drive for beans. i find building kits and modify the drivetrain more of a challenge.
  • Quote:
    Originally posted by racer
    i usually nail the boards or sideswide them at the end of the straight away. i'm just a beginner myself. can't drive for beans. i find building kits and modify the drivetrain more of a challenge.
    Just make sure to have some spares on hand
    -Dave
  • Anyone know the thickness of the 950 bearings? Is it 3mm or 4mm? I plan to buy spare bearings even though my car has yet to arrive. And do you still need spare one way gears like the Evo3? Or do the one way gears last as long as a pro4s or longer?Thanks.
  • Quote:
    Originally posted by jedi
    Do you still need spare one way gears like the Evo3? Or do the one way gears last as long as a pro4s or longer?Thanks.
    The one way gears a much stronger than the EVOIII ones by far.. you might want to pic up the Alloy Option gear and one set of spare gears for good measure
    -Dave
  • Quote:
    Originally posted by jedi
    Anyone know the thickness of the 950 bearings? Is it 3mm or 4mm? I plan to buy spare bearings even though my car has yet to arrive. And do you still need spare one way gears like the Evo3? Or do the one way gears last as long as a pro4s or longer?Thanks.
    The thickness of the 950 bearings is 3mm
  • v12 any capet set-ups using rubber and one wys
  • Quote:
    Originally posted by trf racer
    v12 any capet set-ups using rubber and one wys
    Just posted a link to Marc Rheinards carpet setup at the EVO III thread.

    Basically itīs very similar for EVO III and 415. Should work also with an EVO IV.
  • thanks v12.take it easy
  • Hey Dave, Can you tell us what that servo post is that you have on your Evo IV?? It has a transponder mount on it and it looks pretty cool, and is the std height for a servo post too I'd suspect???
  • Quote:
    Originally posted by F. Alonso
    Hey Dave, Can you tell us what that servo post is that you have on your Evo IV?? It has a transponder mount on it and it looks pretty cool, and is the std height for a servo post too I'd suspect???
    Square makes it also Speedway PAL also makes one for the EVO3/4
    -Dave
  • Hey Rod, or any of the racers at the KO, nobody took pics of the evo4s?? i want to see Rod&Dave ones!
  • Quote:
    Originally posted by TRF_SPAIN
    Hey Rod, or any of the racers at the KO, nobody took pics of the evo4s?? i want to see Rod&Dave ones!
    I don`t think that you will see any picks of DJ`s EVO4 to many secret/special parts that were being tested..??... Just a wild guess Hey Rod you can ring in here any time now
    -Dave
  • Quote:
    Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
    Square makes it also Speedway PAL also makes one for the EVO3/4
    -Dave
    Hey, do you have a part number for it?? I have to get one!
  • Oh, and how tight do people screw the bulkheads together??? I ask this because I have to run them quite loose so that they don't pinch the bearings too much and so that the efficiency is good, but in doing this I feel as if the stiffness of the car is comprimised. What's everyone's take on that???
  • Quote:
    Originally posted by F. Alonso
    Oh, and how tight do people screw the bulkheads together??? I ask this because I have to run them quite loose so that they don't pinch the bearings too much and so that the efficiency is good, but in doing this I feel as if the stiffness of the car is comprimised. What's everyone's take on that???


    I'd say : tighten them up as much as you can, otherwise you'll be facing poor handling and probably self-tweaking of the chassis.

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