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Old 04-10-2004, 09:32 AM   #916
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The universals that fit the front are the same size as the rears... Kfactory, 3racing, etc...
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Old 04-10-2004, 01:46 PM   #917
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3racing do universals for the v one r in two different lengths, standard which i run in the front, but they bind if you run them in the rear, then they do a 2mm offset which i presume will fit alright

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Old 04-10-2004, 08:26 PM   #918
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hey guys, i have a brand new g4 e class in the forsale forums if anyone is interested,thanks.
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Old 04-10-2004, 08:38 PM   #919
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hey guys, i have a brand new g4 e class in the forsale forums if anyone is interested,thanks.
me too!
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Old 04-11-2004, 06:49 AM   #920
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This our EVO PRO version we added instead the blue alloy plates to changes this too the carbon version.
and added some more goodies l see list below


- 4mm Lightweight chassis k1431
- With the new Fuel tank k1419
- Carbon side plates k1439
- K-factory G4 alloy rail mount k1432t
- Carbon brake bracket k1438
- Carbon arm stiffener brace k1442
- Super hard universal joint set k1462
- Alloy sliding steering servo saver k1470b
- Hard-coated alum. threaded shock absorbers
- Lightweight M0.8 2-speed system (super efficient)
- Vented brake disc & brake cam bearing
- Soft belts & lightweight dust-free pulleys
- Lightweight pivot balls
- Light weight middle & 2-speed shaft
- Full high quality ball-bearings
- Low CG front & rear gear differentials
- Specially designed 5th body post
- Carbon Radio Plate
- Front one-way set
- 30mm push type clutch set
- Front adjustable anti-roll bar set (with alum. mounts)
- Rear adjustable anti-roll bar set (with alum. mounts)
we can give you a special deal with motor and in-line pipe if you like we have all parts in stock from K-factory and TM

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Old 04-11-2004, 10:26 PM   #921
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WHOS RUNNING WHAT SERVOS ON UR TRINITY G4?
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Old 04-11-2004, 10:40 PM   #922
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What is the best engine to buy on the market now ? Also what exhaust system should you use with it ?
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Old 04-12-2004, 09:53 AM   #923
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Do anyone of you guys know where i can found a gear ratio chart for the G4? i've been searching around but i can't seem to find anything
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Old 04-12-2004, 10:19 AM   #924
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brooklynrc - the steering servo is a tough pick because you do not have enough room to fit a standard servo in there. I am running a Futaba s9550. It is a good servo for the price if you can find them in stock anywhere.

JoeRocket- the best pipe for this car is the TM adjustable inline pipe. They sell for $60 in my store. The engine would vary on preference. I have a rossi black pixi in one of my g4s and a Sirio 12 evo 2 in the other. I like them both.




Has anyone run the solid rear axle yet. Does it make a big difference on the car?
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Who should I contact for broken parts in my kit. Both of my droop screw holders broken after I installed the set screw and my rear upright did the same thing after I installed the ball stud. Should I contact team magic of trinity?
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Old 04-12-2004, 12:06 PM   #926
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Your closest source would probably be rcnutshobbies.com or you can try The Border in the Netherlands. Scroll up, their link should be in this thread.
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Who should I contact for broken parts in my kit. Both of my droop screw holders broken after I installed the set screw and my rear upright did the same thing after I installed the ball stud. Should I contact team magic of trinity?
you always need to contact the shop were you did bought it from ore the distrubitor in your country.
and if this not works we can help you out
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Old 04-12-2004, 01:45 PM   #928
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I bought it from my lhs that I work at. It seems like a manufacturing flaw. I got it on a scratch and dent deal. So I was wanting to get the parts replaced by team magic of trinity because it only has a manufacturs warranty. I was just wondering if anyone has has any problems.

Seperate note I must have the older tank, because there isn't a blue dot on the tank. I also had to use the o rings for the outdrives. My drivetran seems to be really tight one spot a little more than the rest of the revolution. I didn't soak the belts or anything, but I hope it loosens up after I break in the engine.
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thnx for ur reply rcnut.
how about every one else, what kind of servos are you running in your g4?
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Airtronics 94358Z steering servo
JR550 throttle and brake servo
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