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Old 05-19-2004, 11:33 PM   #1651
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Old 05-19-2004, 11:34 PM   #1652
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hey brooklynrc! whoa! is that the chassis of the g4 evo?? 3mm titanium?
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Old 05-20-2004, 05:17 AM   #1654
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hey brooklynrc! whoa! is that the chassis of the g4 evo?? 3mm titanium?
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if you were to look at the actual properties of the fine metals we use in the hobby Titanium is not very strong, then there are very different grades of TI. Some companies use excellent grades, then there are those who choose not to.
The Evo chassis is Titanium COLORED, it does not have a HINT of Ti in it. Granted, the cutouts have not changed alot. So, is Brooklynrc's chassis ti, I sure as hell hope not.


Hey Brooklyn where are you racing at this weekend? Edison? I will be there!

RC Alan, the engine is the new REX RER12 3 port turbo ROAR legal, with the new REX inline pipe. It is a Rossi based engine. It is wicked fast. I had a NS3 already, and this one is quicker. If you are interested in this one contact Brooklynhobbies.com, tell him I sent ya!
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Old 05-20-2004, 06:00 AM   #1655
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I am having problems with the steering servo ball cup hitting the right bulkhead. I read an earlier posting that said to shave the bulkhead 1-2mm. I did that but there is still not enough room. I am using a Hitec HS-5945MG servo. If I file the bulkhead anymore I will hit the hinge pin set screw.

Thanks for the help
You can shave the ball cup too. I haven't even shaved my bulkhead that much. I shaved the ball cup mostly.
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Old 05-20-2004, 07:27 AM   #1656
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i am afraid that i cannot, as much as i want, go to edison this weekend. im goin to florida sat night. this sucks because this weekend is the 1st race of the season. oh well there will be more in june. from what i hear a lot of people from floyd bennet field are going.


as for chassis.....................thats stock g4 chassis, and that was the result of wire coming off of my batteries.
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I'm sure some of you guys are running the k factory low friction belts already, but I just got mine and I am real happy with them. Feels like they do "free up" the car some and the bling factor is very high. I would recomend looking into getting some if you don't already have them.
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Old 05-20-2004, 12:08 PM   #1658
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Old 05-20-2004, 01:11 PM   #1659
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Just want to share my newly built G4.......
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nice car. did u run it yet? do u like it? any problems so far?
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Haven't had a chance to take it out for a spin... still need to stall the electronics...
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cvccsi, is that an sts rs3 in your g4??? How do you like it, I have one and so far its been great, just wanted another opinion.

On the topic of the g4 spring set, i have one and its pretty good to me, but they are coiled differently than the stock silver springs, and i don't like the looks as much
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cvccsi, is that an sts rs3 in your g4??? How do you like it, I have one and so far its been great, just wanted another opinion.

On the topic of the g4 spring set, i have one and its pretty good to me, but they are coiled differently than the stock silver springs, and i don't like the looks as much
Yes, that is a RS3 hand mod engine. Got it about a year ago but have not ran it. It was sitting in the closet all this time... well let you know my feedback once I try it.

As for the sping, I made a investment on the mugen damper set.
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You will be impressed with the rs3. i got one a month ago for 90$ nib and its raping many other more $$$ engines
Just make sure you take your time on break - in, the piston sleeve fit is very tight
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