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Old 09-06-2004, 01:09 AM   #1306
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I would get the optional aluminium input shafts for front and rear. The stock ones are very heavy. The bomber shaft is nice to have which also lightens up the drive train. And the Aluminium front oneway diff gear is nice as well, but not sure if it's necessary.(I haven't run the kit composite/plastic oneway gear. So I don't know how durable it is.
I would run the ali ring gear for mod.
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Old 09-06-2004, 03:33 AM   #1307
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hey guys, got a couple of questions, I"m doing a big order for my Evo 4 for the upcoming state titles. The following is a list of parts I plan on ordering, anything I'm missing or don't think I'll need?

Also, with the different suspension blocks, will the Evo 3 blocks work with the Evo 4? or do I have to purchase new blocks all round. Thanks in advance guys.

0013400151097,TAMIYA,250YEN,51097 2.6*10mm SCREW PIN (2Pcs.),
0013400151098,TAMIYA,300YEN,51098 2.6*22mm SCREW PIN (2Pcs.),
0013400151099,TAMIYA,300YEN,51099 2.6*25mm SCREW PIN (2Pcs.),
0013400151100,TAMIYA,200YEN,51100 4.6*6mm FRANGE PIPE (2Pcs.),
0013400151106,TAMIYA,350YEN,51106 TB EVOLUTION 4 HUB CARRIER 2.0,
0013400151107,TAMIYA,350YEN,51107 TB EVOLUTION 4 HUB CARRIER 4.0,
0013400151108,TAMIYA,500YEN,51108 TB EVOLUTION 4 L PARTS (GEAR COVER),
0013400151109,TAMIYA,400YEN,51109 TB EVOLUTION 4 FRONT ONE WAY GEAR SET,
0013400151110,TAMIYA,400YEN,51110 TB EVOLUTION 4 BALL DIFF GEAR SET,
0013400153722,TAMIYA,900YEN,53722 TB EVOLUTION 4 STABILIZER ROD SET,
0013400153725,TAMIYA,1000YEN,53725 TB EVOLUTION 4 CARBON BODY MOUNT STAY,
0013400150910,TAMIYA,400YEN,50910 TB Evolution M Parts (Suspension arm),
0013400150910,TAMIYA,400YEN,50910 TB Evolution M Parts (Suspension arm),
0013400150911,TAMIYA,250YEN,50911 TB Evolution Bevel Pinion Gear,
0013400150912,TAMIYA,500YEN,50912 TB Evolution Ring Gear,
0013400151103,TAMIYA,400YEN,51103 TB EVOLUTION 4 C PARTS (FRONT UPRIGHT),
0013400151103,TAMIYA,400YEN,51103 TB EVOLUTION 4 C PARTS (FRONT UPRIGHT),
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hey guys, got a couple of questions, I"m doing a big order for my Evo 4 for the upcoming state titles. The following is a list of parts I plan on ordering, anything I'm missing or don't think I'll need?

Also, with the different suspension blocks, will the Evo 3 blocks work with the Evo 4? or do I have to purchase new blocks all round. Thanks in advance guys.

0013400151097,TAMIYA,250YEN,51097 2.6*10mm SCREW PIN (2Pcs.),
0013400151098,TAMIYA,300YEN,51098 2.6*22mm SCREW PIN (2Pcs.),
0013400151099,TAMIYA,300YEN,51099 2.6*25mm SCREW PIN (2Pcs.),
0013400151100,TAMIYA,200YEN,51100 4.6*6mm FRANGE PIPE (2Pcs.),
0013400151106,TAMIYA,350YEN,51106 TB EVOLUTION 4 HUB CARRIER 2.0,
0013400151107,TAMIYA,350YEN,51107 TB EVOLUTION 4 HUB CARRIER 4.0,
0013400151108,TAMIYA,500YEN,51108 TB EVOLUTION 4 L PARTS (GEAR COVER),
0013400151109,TAMIYA,400YEN,51109 TB EVOLUTION 4 FRONT ONE WAY GEAR SET,
0013400151110,TAMIYA,400YEN,51110 TB EVOLUTION 4 BALL DIFF GEAR SET,
0013400153722,TAMIYA,900YEN,53722 TB EVOLUTION 4 STABILIZER ROD SET,
0013400153725,TAMIYA,1000YEN,53725 TB EVOLUTION 4 CARBON BODY MOUNT STAY,
0013400150910,TAMIYA,400YEN,50910 TB Evolution M Parts (Suspension arm),
0013400150910,TAMIYA,400YEN,50910 TB Evolution M Parts (Suspension arm),
0013400150911,TAMIYA,250YEN,50911 TB Evolution Bevel Pinion Gear,
0013400150912,TAMIYA,500YEN,50912 TB Evolution Ring Gear,
0013400151103,TAMIYA,400YEN,51103 TB EVOLUTION 4 C PARTS (FRONT UPRIGHT),
0013400151103,TAMIYA,400YEN,51103 TB EVOLUTION 4 C PARTS (FRONT UPRIGHT),
EVO3~EVO4 sus blocks are the same
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most excellent. hmm, red and blue will be an interesting combo lol. Any idea's on extra parts?
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Old 09-06-2004, 05:51 AM   #1310
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EVO3~EVO4 sus blocks are the same
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Get the TRF415 blocks. They're also the same and BLUE!
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I seem to remember someone saying about the best bearings to use in the EVO IV from R10 for free running , can someone remind me what bearings these are and if possiable post a full listing of sizes and amounts needed.

Cheers very much.
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the 415 blocks change the roll center slightly... different spacing up from the chassis. the EIII blocks are correct, tho...
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Old 09-06-2004, 09:26 AM   #1313
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the 415 blocks are 1 mm lower than the EVO III/IV blocks
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I seem to remember someone saying about the best bearings to use in the EVO IV from R10 for free running , can someone remind me what bearings these are and if possiable post a full listing of sizes and amounts needed.

Cheers very much.

Squat GOLD bearings.. but they don't make them in the 950 size
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Squat GOLD bearings.. but they don't make them in the 950 size
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But maybe in 1050 size?
Just talked to Jürgen Horn. He now makes aluminium diffs for the EVO IV also.
And he told me should be possible machining the Square uprights that way a larger bearing should fit.
Hmm sounds good. How long is it until Square is releasing the rear uprights? Don“t want a purple Pro4 upright on my car.

I asked him today if he could make uprights also but he said that“s not possible with the machine he“s using. He needs a different one and this costs major $$$. But machining an existing upright could be worth a try.
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But maybe in 1050 size?
Just talked to Jürgen Horn. He now makes aluminium diffs for the EVO IV also.
And he told me should be possible machining the Square uprights that way a larger bearing should fit.
Hmm sounds good. How long is it until Square is releasing the rear uprights? Don“t want a purple Pro4 upright on my car.

I asked him today if he could make uprights also but he said that“s not possible with the machine he“s using. He needs a different one and this costs major $$$. But machining an existing upright could be worth a try.

The Square knuckles and Uprights will be on sale in Japan on the 11th of September .... on a side note I belive that the 1050 bearing is a bit wider than the 950 bearing so you might run into some problems there .?
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But maybe in 1050 size?
Just talked to Jürgen Horn. He now makes aluminium diffs for the EVO IV also.
And he told me should be possible machining the Square uprights that way a larger bearing should fit.
Hmm sounds good. How long is it until Square is releasing the rear uprights? Don“t want a purple Pro4 upright on my car.

I asked him today if he could make uprights also but he said that“s not possible with the machine he“s using. He needs a different one and this costs major $$$. But machining an existing upright could be worth a try.
Hi V12,

Is there a website to see what Jurgen makes for the Evo4?

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Default Pro4 compared to a Evo4

I know ... that this may have been brought up b4 ... but i need to ask ...

i've juts come from a Pro4 an am looking at the Evo 4 as my new car ...
could anybody tell me how they compare .....??
does the Evo4 have any bevel problems as with the pro4 ??
an even how does the steering an the new suspension effect the car compared to the 415 ..??
an wat problems have come up ..with it since its release ..??

i hope u all can answer my Q's

thanx in advanced ....
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The Square knuckles and Uprights will be on sale in Japan on the 11th of September .... on a side note I belive that the 1050 bearing is a bit wider than the 950 bearing so you might run into some problems there .?
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I think the wide always is different with an other bearing size but you“re right this maybe is one problem more. I have to ask Jürgen what he thinks of this.
But maybe I should try a Pro4 plastic rear upright first. Would be somewhat cheaper.
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Hi V12,

Is there a website to see what Jurgen makes for the Evo4?

Thanks RR
Sorry there is no website. Jürgen has so much to do he won“t be able for this.
Sometimes I get pictures from him but I have no for the EVO 4. But I think oneways or diffs should be the same for EVO3+4.

Here you can find an older report from the Jürgen oneway for the EVO3. http://www.swebs.dk/articles.html

The prototyp 415 rear diff using Corally blades could be seen at the report from the German Nats.
http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthre...0&pagenumber=2
you just have to look on page 2 or 3. But the final version is blue anodized.

Here you can see an early version from a 415 front diff. The current one is a little different because of further development.
But you could see in general how his custom parts are looking.
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