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Old 08-31-2004, 07:02 PM   #541
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in the JMRCA last week, the evolva was still performing very well and they beat the MRX-4.......
http://www.jmrca.com/2004all_japan/8...cing_main.html
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Old 08-31-2004, 08:47 PM   #542
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hey, does the new 321P has the red silicone molded in the crankshaft ?
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Old 09-01-2004, 01:42 AM   #543
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Check Tower's web-site...The colored springs start at FM368.
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Old 09-01-2004, 01:46 AM   #544
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opps. wrong forum..
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too bad. Tower does not have any picture of the springs i wanted. Can somebody tell be the part number of the yellow springs front and rear? thanks in advance.
you can try the mugen spring as many of them have good result, they recommend the white and red color
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you can try the mugen spring as many of them have good result, they recommend the white and red color
thanks Speedy. Actually, i've been running that white and red set-up for the longest time. figured trying out kyosho's optional springs.
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thanks Speedy. Actually, i've been running that white and red set-up for the longest time. figured trying out kyosho's optional springs.
i tried the silver in the font and works pretty well, however the copper rear seems too stiff so i go back to black from stock. many racer comment the gold is pretty good but I can't get it from the hobby shop.
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hi jwf-ronni:

Have u finished making the charts of the spring rate of different springs yet?
Hi Raceblast,

It's basically done. Sorry I've been away busy with stuff. But I
will send it over to you as soon as I have access to my home PC
this coming weekend.
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Old 09-02-2004, 09:23 AM   #549
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Does anyone know if Fantom front belt fit Evolva?. Upon inspection today I found out my front belt has gone a few teeth and my LHS has't stock Evolva parts yet, but he's got Fantom belts, and to make things worse, this weekend we will have a big 1/8th race. So if any of you has tried the Fantom front belts or any car's front belt (Mugen/Serpent) in the Evolva with success, pls advice me.

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Does anyone know if Fantom front belt fit Evolva?. Upon inspection today I found out my front belt has gone a few teeth and my LHS has't stock Evolva parts yet, but he's got Fantom belts, and to make things worse, this weekend we will have a big 1/8th race. So if any of you has tried the Fantom front belts or any car's front belt (Mugen/Serpent) in the Evolva with success, pls advice me.

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I think the Fantom belt is actually a little bit longer and the Mugen belt does not fit.
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Where can i get FMW25 option front belt on the net? Preferbly from HK site or japanese site.

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You may get the belt at gm models.
But I heard the delta xp4 belts are more durable than even the optional Kyosho belts. They are the same length.

http://www.gmmodels.co.uk/acatalog/O...Parts_118.html
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Where can i get FMW25 option front belt on the net? Preferbly from HK site or japanese site.

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Let me know how many you want(takagi front belts).. i know someone here in L.A who selling some.
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Old 09-03-2004, 05:25 PM   #554
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So even the Evolva is not immune to the front belt/small 16 pulley problem? Too much power on these 1/8 scale cars is revealing the weakness that may cause me to just go back to 1/10 scale sedans. It's more fun to be running than fixing belt problems in the pits. What's worse is you know you'll be breaking it again and again.
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i've been using Takagi belts for quite sometime now. Since then, i have not replace even one of them.
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