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Old 09-01-2004, 07:59 PM   #1
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Default should i or shouldnt i buy an EVO 3 SURIKARN.....

(i can buy a used EVO 3 SURIKARN for pretty cheap cuz i dont want to spend alot of money or i would get a TRF415 or a EVO 4 but just wondering b4 i buy it some things about the EVO 3)

im loooking into buying a evo 3 surikarn for the winter season.......can any one tell me some pro's and some con's about the chassis......does anyone think its a good idea or no.....???????????????


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why not just get an evo4..they seem to go for around the same prices
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o btw, you may get some more replies if you actually put in the title what you are thinking of buying.
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(i can buy a used EVO 3 SURIKARN for pretty cheap cuz i dont want to spend alot of money or i would get a TRF415 or a EVO 4 but just wondering b4 i buy it some things about the EVO 3)

im loooking into buying a evo 3 surikarn for the winter season.......can any one tell me some pro's and some con's about the chassis......does anyone think its a good idea or no.....???????????????


thanks!!!
Get the 415 or evo 4. The evo 3 with frustrate you when you rip through at least one crown gear per meet.
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Old 09-02-2004, 04:45 AM   #5
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If the 2nd hand EVO-3 SE has that square metal diff case, then it's reasonable enough to buy it. I have not broken any crown and diff gears since I installed the square metal diff case. Am happy with this kit particularly for stock racing using 23T and 19T motors. Believe it's not advisable to run it using modified motors.
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Get the 415 or evo 4. The evo 3 with frustrate you when you rip through at least one crown gear per meet.
For me I suggest you better buy the 415 series.. Totally a cool car plus the drivetrain where so smooth!!...

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