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Old 05-20-2004, 09:14 PM   #1681
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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.

i just got my g4 evo... what upgrade parts would you suggest that i change? does k-factory have 4mm chassis out in the market for the g4? i live out here in the philippines and its quite hard to get option parts here, luckily a fellow rc racer will be going to hong kong soon and i can ask him to get me some stuff! thanks for the help!



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Old 05-20-2004, 09:25 PM   #1682
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Just want to share my newly built G4.......
Nice. But the car on the right is nicer ! (j/k)
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Old 05-20-2004, 09:25 PM   #1683
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Hello G4 drivers,

Just to share my pics of my G4

http://home.att.net/~dc.garza/wsb/me...7/site1101.JPG

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Blue Dragon, nice ride. I see that you have the M Collari Sirio Mod. How's the engine performance?
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Old 05-20-2004, 09:26 PM   #1684
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I think the rear pulley is 48T and front is 27T.
The front is 32T.
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Old 05-20-2004, 10:00 PM   #1685
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Blue Dragon, nice ride. I see that you have the M Collari Sirio Mod. How's the engine performance?
I love the performance. I got it second hand from a local pro-driver. The only problem I've had is the carbs on the Sirio engines leak alot - around the mid range needle. I am on my third rebuild of the carb. I think I will switch over to the nova brand of engine the next time I get a new engine. However, for the price vs. performance it is a winner. I saw it brand new on a HK website for $209. I put a turbo button head and run 30% and it just screams.


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The front is 32T.
Yes, you are correct, it is 32T. I got the # of teeth confused with the other pulley - should of doubled-checked it.

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Thanks Aggdaddy,

Do you have photo without the pipe?
As it is hard to see the belt.

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A little better view.



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Old 05-20-2004, 11:01 PM   #1687
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Thanks Aggdaddy,

How did you get your belt to sit out that far?
I have to post mine photos tonight so you can take me whats wrong with mine, is that ok?

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I got it second hand from a local pro-driver.
You got it from Punisher?
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How did you get your belt to sit out that far?
I have to post mine photos tonight so you can take me whats wrong with mine, is that ok?

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Dunno, thats just a stock setup. No modding. Perhaps something on your car is reversed or in the wrong place?
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Arrow P L E H ! ! !

what option parts for the G4 do you suggest that i get, haven't tried out my G4 yet. and does anyone know if the front gear differentials for the vone-rr would fit in the G4 to replace the one-way diff? hope you guys can help out thanks!
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Hi Guys,

Could you please have a look at the following images and see if it is the same as what you guys experience with the middle belt touching the chassis?

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Hi Guys,

Another problem is with the servo saver.

Does this look correct to you guys? Is the screw at the screwed in correct?

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It would be easier if we could see the entire middle belt. Are those stock side plates you are using? We can't see your belt tensioner. I suspect that its not tight enough, you may have the wrong size belt, or you have a side plate that has different measurments than the stock G4 side plates.

Your servo saver nut looks like its flush, but where is the arm?
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