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Old 09-02-2013, 12:25 AM   #211
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Hey guys,

Share the news for RSII EVO and RSII totoally dominated the contest again on HSH Sunday Cup Round 4....

http://www.teammagic.com.tw/wb_main....id=83&pageno=1
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Old 09-02-2013, 10:43 AM   #212
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I have a e4rs 2evo floating servo 20$ shipped if anyone is interested, brand new.
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Old 09-02-2013, 03:50 PM   #213
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Tell me about the feeling about RS II Evo, i'm looking a Xray T3 / T4 or EVO (diff), i'm running with a E4fs for 4 years and i'm feeling very comfortable with the car and setup (i'm 1 or 2 at the races since 2012) but the weight is hard situation with this chassis, i want to change but i don't know if a good choice continue with Team Magic, i don't know if some drivers are using RS II or EVO in ETS or another World Championship.
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Tell me about the feeling about RS II Evo, i'm looking a Xray T3 / T4 or EVO (diff), i'm running with a E4fs for 4 years and i'm feeling very comfortable with the car and setup (i'm 1 or 2 at the races since 2012) but the weight is hard situation with this chassis, i want to change but i don't know if a good choice continue with Team Magic, i don't know if some drivers are using RS II or EVO in ETS or another World Championship.
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Ultimately you get the same performance at very reasonable price. The design
Is solid and so is the performance. The quality is also very good. The car may not have a BIG ETS following but don't let that fool you as only the top 10 are typically recognized. There are those among us that no matter what bush they hold can paint the Mona Lisa. Skill is 80% but this can be the ticket.

Just my humble opinion
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Old 09-02-2013, 11:37 PM   #215
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Hello

About ETS and Worlds...

Team Magic is a company who don't pay drivers. So we will never see an ETS finalist or World finalist with a E4RS II Evo... simply because that cost tooooo muuuucchhh !
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Old 09-04-2013, 09:30 AM   #216
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Hello to all

EVO full assembly review: http://www.rcinfos.com/2013/2013_09_...4rs_II_Evo.php

Texts are in french, but pictures are international
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Old 09-05-2013, 05:33 AM   #217
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Tell me about the feeling about RS II Evo, i'm looking a Xray T3 / T4 or EVO (diff), i'm running with a E4fs for 4 years and i'm feeling very comfortable with the car and setup (i'm 1 or 2 at the races since 2012) but the weight is hard situation with this chassis, i want to change but i don't know if a good choice continue with Team Magic, i don't know if some drivers are using RS II or EVO in ETS or another World Championship.
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Dear Perezio,

I would like to share with you my opinion, the new chassis E4rs2EVO very well done, when I started using this chassis my result was much better.
Before that I used for example Tamiya and x-rays, the price of these chassis is not very good, and the parts are expensive.

I advise you to stay with Team Magic, I'm sure it will be the best solution.
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Old 09-05-2013, 09:32 PM   #218
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EVO full assembly review: http://www.rcinfos.com/2013/2013_09_...4rs_II_Evo.php

Texts are in french, but pictures are international
thanks for sharing the pictures that we can take look the interior of Team Magic and know what it looks like while customers buy its production.
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Old 09-05-2013, 11:45 PM   #219
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Hello !

The all new TM507294 metal gears for differential are developed especially for extremely powerful motors in modified racing.

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Old 09-07-2013, 10:20 PM   #220
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Ran my 2 new cars tonight, 17.5 Blinky and Mod with a 4.5 turn motor. I am very pleased with everything about the car. They are awesome!
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Old 09-07-2013, 11:02 PM   #221
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Great, i bought a E4rs II EVO (Diff edition) I'm waiting for my new car.
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Ran my 2 new cars tonight, 17.5 Blinky and Mod with a 4.5 turn motor. I am very pleased with everything about the car. They are awesome!
Any chance of posting your setup for your 17.5 car.
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It is not far from the stock setup, I ended up with 1 degree of camber front and rear, 2k rear diff oil, I ran the 3rd longest camber link front and rear. Ran fourth hole from bottom on the front shock tower, 3rd hole from the bottom on rear tower. 2m orh of droop in front, 1 in rear.

The track I was running had a ton of traction, I ran the servo/top deck spacers to stiffen the front. The car had crazy traction but it still had a ton of corner speed. I really liked it but it has more in it, which is exciting. I'm thinking 3k in the rear diff would be better as well as a shorter link in the rear.

I have a lot more work to do, but winning your first race with a car you know has more in it is a good feelin looking forward to it. We have our first state race in Florida next weekend, I will keep everyone posted.
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:44 AM   #224
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who use the same setup in a old TeamMagic E4fs and E4rs II Evo? works fine?
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EVO full assembly review: http://www.rcinfos.com/2013/2013_09_...4rs_II_Evo.php

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This is a good article, I'm surprised of the many nice details of this car. On paper this could be one of the best TCs right now, at least if using the alu hinge pin/ball suspension mounts.
Are the quality of the parts up to Tamiya TRF level?
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