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Old 05-13-2009, 10:07 AM   #1096
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I was running the solid. Did you notice anything different with the way the car handled?
Yes I did notice a big difference, on & off power push with the solid with the diff no more push try it out when u go testing at 301...
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Yes I did notice a big difference, on & off power push with the solid with the diff no more push try it out when u go testing at 301...
That's not good! If that happens I will put the 23t back on. Did you have the push on a high bite track?
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can someone post the standard set up from the evo 2 wc?
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Old 05-13-2009, 03:06 PM   #1099
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That's not good! If that happens I will put the 23t back on. Did you have the push on a high bite track?
I Misunderstood what your sayingI was comparing solid & diff, far as 23t versus 24t pulley, The only difference I notice car had faster laps with 23t (2mm split) & 384 middle belt vs 24t (1mm split )& 384 belt I haven't tried the 24t (1mm split) & 387 middle belt yet..

Far as the handling of the car seem the same to me... I think Scott Fisher might be able to shed more lite on this subject he's a sponsor driver for kyosho an has good knowledge on certain aspects of the car.

It's always good to test out different set up packages on your RRR because I found what works for me might not work for you due to driving styles..
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hey guys i want to put the front diff in my evo 2, and read back a few pages to get the following parts, but i want to make sure these are the parts,and if theres ANYTHING else i should know or get?

VZ009 - diff casings (i think this has the tiny screws)
92051 - 2x11 pin's
92052 - orings
vz012 - bevel gears
bs107 - steel shafts, you can get these in titanium too

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Old 05-13-2009, 07:59 PM   #1101
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From what I understand, with the 24 pulley it should be a 0mm split.
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Old 05-13-2009, 08:30 PM   #1102
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hey guys i want to put the front diff in my evo 2, and read back a few pages to get the following parts, but i want to make sure these are the parts,and if theres ANYTHING else i should know or get?

VZ009 - diff casings (i think this has the tiny screws)
92051 - 2x11 pin's
92052 - orings
vz012 - bevel gears
bs107 - steel shafts, you can get these in titanium too

thanks
you will also need vz218 diff joints which i believe come with the 2x11 pins, you should have got the front diff case and pulley with the kit and you don't need the orings they come with the gear set so
vz218 diff joint
vz012 bevel gears
bs07 shafts
and if you don't have them the 2.6x8 screws
and that should be all you need

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Old 05-13-2009, 09:13 PM   #1103
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you will also need vz219 diff joints which i believe come with the 2x11 pins, you should have got the front diff case and pulley with the kit and you don't need the orings they come with the gear set so
vz219 diff joint
vz012 bevel gears
bs07 shafts
and if you don't have them the 2.6x8 screws
and that should be all you need
One page back Novarossi says

"Hi Mate,

The front/rear housing comes together in a set.

They use the same bevel gears, but use different outdrives (VZ218 are the outdrives used for the front Diff)


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Apparently they use the vz218 joints, you say vz219? so which one? can someone confirm.....? thanks
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Old 05-13-2009, 11:35 PM   #1104
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One page back Novarossi says

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The front/rear housing comes together in a set.

They use the same bevel gears, but use different outdrives (VZ218 are the outdrives used for the front Diff)


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Apparently they use the vz218 joints, you say vz219? so which one? can someone confirm.....? thanks
VZ218 are the front outdrives.
VZW211 is the part number for the Titanium Bevel Shaft if you want to save a few grams of rotating weight.
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Old 05-14-2009, 01:12 AM   #1105
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VZ218 are the front outdrives.
VZW211 is the part number for the Titanium Bevel Shaft if you want to save a few grams of rotating weight.

So what parts do I actually need?

i have front diff housing (comes with evo2 kit) - do i need anything else like small screws? and the circle ring that sits inside the diff?
vz218 ?
vz219 ? do they come with 2 x 11 pins?
vz012 ?
bs107 ?

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Old 05-14-2009, 06:42 AM   #1106
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beers4evo I'm fairly sure this is everything you need:

BS107 steel cross shafts
vz012 bevel gears and other innerds
vz203 front pulley (if you need one)
vz204 diff case
vz218 front outdrives W/ pins
vzw211 TI cross shafts (if you want an upgrade)
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I Misunderstood what your sayingI was comparing solid & diff, far as 23t versus 24t pulley, The only difference I notice car had faster laps with 23t (2mm split) & 384 middle belt vs 24t (1mm split )& 384 belt I haven't tried the 24t (1mm split) & 387 middle belt yet..

Far as the handling of the car seem the same to me... I think Scott Fisher might be able to shed more lite on this subject he's a sponsor driver for kyosho an has good knowledge on certain aspects of the car.

It's always good to test out different set up packages on your RRR because I found what works for me might not work for you due to driving styles..
Ok, thanks! The time that I did use the 24t with 384 belt in toledo I didn't notice much difference in handling. I will campare lap times this wknd at 301.
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I need some help were to locate the body (Stratus 3.1 and Civic Central) on my new EVO2 WC,
One of my question is, DO i need top trim the front bumper? or do you put the body way front? OR take the bumper, instal the body and then trim the bumper?

That is the reference point to measure?

On the CIVIC boby the only dimples that fit are the ones on the back, and on the Stratus, I dont see any dimples.

Thanks for your help

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Hi Guys,
I need some help were to locate the body (Stratus 3.1 and Civic Central) on my new EVO2 WC,
One of my question is, DO i need top trim the front bumper? or do you put the body way front? OR take the bumper, instal the body and then trim the bumper?

That is the reference point to measure?

On the CIVIC boby the only dimples that fit are the ones on the back, and on the Stratus, I dont see any dimples.

Thanks for your help

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Hi Guys,
I need some help were to locate the body (Stratus 3.1 and Civic Central) on my new EVO2 WC,
One of my question is, DO i need top trim the front bumper? or do you put the body way front? OR take the bumper, instal the body and then trim the bumper?

That is the reference point to measure?

On the CIVIC boby the only dimples that fit are the ones on the back, and on the Stratus, I dont see any dimples.

Thanks for your help

ALG
Use one of your ideas. Remove the front bumper, and mount the body onto the car. Use the front wheel wells as your refernce point by centering your front wheels into the wheel wells. Then trim your front bumper so that it now fits inside the body. Trim off as little as possible so the bumper supports the front of the body.
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