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Old 11-18-2009, 09:52 AM   #661
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I built mine in laydown, and its actually looks clean, just run the wires across the front of the fuel tank. So far it handle very good, I can't compare it to upright mount though coz I ve been using laydown since its new.
Do you use any protection (balloon or something) for covering your receiver, since it is very near the tuned pipe? Any problems when refueling with gun, since there will be some waist of fuel possibly dropping on the receiver?

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I built mine standup. I just don't like the idea of my rec on the same side as my pipe.
That was my thinking too, it feels much more save having the reveiver next to the G/B servo. But it looks pretty cool having the G/B servo built in laydown position, and theoretically it improves the C/G of the car. But as I said, I am (still) not sure how to judge the pro's and con's.

Anyway, just only a few more days before D-day ... i.e. M3 Evo arrival day.
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Dameetz, how have you been doing?

Still kickin butt?
I ve been doing good my friend...yep my car still as it was from my last race... i have no reason to change anything yet, still handles good....
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Do you use any protection (balloon or something) for covering your receiver, since it is very near the tuned pipe? Any problems when refueling with gun, since there will be some waist of fuel possibly dropping on the receiver?
I made some kind of protection box out of left over lexan bodies cut. So far no problems with me. And yes I use refueling guns too.
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Do you use any protection (balloon or something) for covering your receiver, since it is very near the tuned pipe? Any problems when refueling with gun, since there will be some waist of fuel possibly dropping on the receiver?



That was my thinking too, it feels much more save having the reveiver next to the G/B servo. But it looks pretty cool having the G/B servo built in laydown position, and theoretically it improves the C/G of the car. But as I said, I am (still) not sure how to judge the pro's and con's.

Anyway, just only a few more days before D-day ... i.e. M3 Evo arrival day.
Hey Richard:
I guess you have received your M3 Evo by now. Any questions regarding the build, you can count on me. Please pm me not to bore everyone. Good Luck!
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Old 11-25-2009, 06:05 AM   #665
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I guess you have received your M3 Evo by now. Any questions regarding the build, you can count on me. Please pm me not to bore everyone. Good Luck!
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That's right, it has reached my house save and sound. I kept quiet for a while as I was busy building the M3 EVO. Thanks in advance for your help, Just now I already send you a long PM with some first questions. hope you can help me out.
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Hi guys, i have those evolva 2003 parts, they will fit also on the M3?
parts are:
FM356-17L
FM357-20H
FM357-21H
FM362-47L
FM362-48L
FM363-44H
FM363-45H

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Old 12-09-2009, 06:39 PM   #667
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Hi guys, i have those evolva 2003 parts, they will fit also on the M3?
parts are:
FM356-17L
FM357-20H
FM357-21H
FM362-47L
FM362-48L
FM363-44H
FM363-45H

Thanks for the help
Ciao Anto.. Come stai?
I don't recognize these part numbers from my M3 or M3 Evo.
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Hi guys, i have those evolva 2003 parts, they will fit also on the M3?
parts are:
FM356-17L
FM357-20H
FM357-21H
FM362-47L
FM362-48L
FM363-44H
FM363-45H

Thanks for the help
The gearbox gears will all physically fit on the M3 but not the M3 Evo. But I would advise against it becasue the second gears on the later models use a steel ring instead of the silver alloy ring & the gearbox shoes are a different material to better match the steel ring.

Not sure with the clutch gears but they should fit the 3D clutch.
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ok i see thanks for the help Occ

ciao Paolo!! io bene e tu? saluti dall'italia! a presto!

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hi guys,

where can I get in Netherland new Kyosho Evolva M3 Evo?Do you know any Dealer?I couldn't find.Thanks...
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At 2 Brothers RC in Bussum, check: 2brothersrc website. The best RC shop and superb personal service. Ask for Richard.

Alternative would be the Dutch webshop of The border online RC shop. Also good service, but online only.

If you need my help or more contact data of info, you can PM me.
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where can I get in Netherland new Kyosho Evolva M3 Evo?Do you know any Dealer?I couldn't find.Thanks...
I know that "Brooklyn Hobbies" ships all over the world. Even with shipping you'll probably save money if you can't find anyone easily.
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where can I get in Netherland new Kyosho Evolva M3 Evo?Do you know any Dealer?I couldn't find.Thanks...
Hi, I think http://www.kyosho.de ships to Netherlands. It's the dealer in your area. They have a very good online shop.
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Great post! It's very nice and userful. Thank you so much for Paul post.
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Hi, I think http://www.kyosho.de ships to Netherlands. It's the dealer in your area. They have a very good online shop.
Actually ... http://www.kyosho.de is the distributor for Europe, so you can't order directly from them. They are the distributor for the shops that I mentioned.
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