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Old 04-19-2005, 01:03 AM   #1
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Default MIP CVD & Tamiya EVOIV

Hello,

I was wondering if the MIP cvds would fit on the tamiya evo iv.

This is the list of the CVDs in MIPOnline:
http://www.miponline.com/CVDtamiya.html

They all show that they are for TA02 & TA03 chassis but maybe one of them could be compatible with the EVOIV.

Thanks in advance for your feedbacks.

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If they're for the 02 and 03, they're waaaaaaaaaaaaaay too short. Just use the Tamiya ones, they rock
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If they're for the 02 and 03, they're waaaaaaaaaaaaaay too short. Just use the Tamiya ones, they rock
What do you mean "Just use the Tamiya ones"? The TA02 and TA03 ARE Tamiya chassis'.
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Use the ones Tamiya makes for the Evo 4. It comes with them after all too.
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The axles are differnt between the old 5x11 bearing hubs and the new 5x9 bearing hubs on the EVOIV. So no they won't fit.
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I use Pro4 spindles and axles with RaySpeed MIP bones on my EvoIV. That's the only way I know of to get MIP CVD's on the car.
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So Evo IV currently doesn't have a 3rd party CVD yet?

While we're on this topic does anyone have a site that offers hop-up parts for popular brands and chassis models?
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