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Old 10-08-2003, 03:18 PM   #4276
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Is it just me or does that SD mod on steves car look like the 3 piece prop shaft?

what else is different about it?
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Old 10-08-2003, 03:25 PM   #4277
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Is it just me or does that SD mod on steves car look like the 3 piece prop shaft?

what else is different about it?
it was a complete SD transmission including oneway and rear diff. But hes back at the Tamiya transmission again in the meantime.
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Old 10-08-2003, 05:59 PM   #4278
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The tc3 gears work great Randman. I slammed into a few things at socal yesterday without any real problems. It was the first time I had the EVO3 out. The car was working real well for me until I got into the main. I think I just had too much punch from the batteries I was running. It was a second charge on a new set of Fukuyama 1.17s. It took me about three laps before I settled down and by then it was too late.


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Glad to hear you're happy with the way it's running, I hope the TC3 gears continue to hold up for you. If you want to quiet the car down a little bit you might try new imput gears. It definately does have a hum to it, but it's not really loud from what I saw...
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Old 10-08-2003, 06:10 PM   #4279
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Anyone know where I can get a Surikarn manual online?
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Old 10-08-2003, 09:22 PM   #4281
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Here's a pic of the Tech Racing Drive Shaft taken by Rick Draper

is that just need the parts with no. EV0031?
any more parts needed?
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Old 10-09-2003, 08:48 AM   #4282
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Anyone using this?
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Guys...I got some news. People are running prototype gears but at this time, they are strictly that...prototypes and might not make it to production unless they find the end all be all solution. Also, more interesting stuff is coming along. The Evo is evolving. I don't have any more info other than that.
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Old 10-09-2003, 09:24 AM   #4284
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Talking Look what was on my doorstep this morning!

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Well, I should have some fun with this

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I always thank the post man when I get packages like that
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Just a quick look through the instructions - do you really put super-glue around the edges of all the carbon fibre decks? And is the filing down of the edges of the battery holes in the lower carbon deck necessary, when I want to use individual batteries?


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Just a quick look through the instructions - do you really put super-glue around the edges of all the carbon fibre decks? And is the filing down of the edges of the battery holes in the lower carbon deck necessary, when I want to use individual batteries?


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You definately want to seal the edges of the graphite by first sanding them smooth, then applying CA glue around them so that it doesnt chip. Filing the battery slots is only necissary if you want the lowest CG possible.
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That's better than peeling onions!!!!
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Anyone using this?
Where can u get one of those? How much do they go for? what advanage does this hopup provide?

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