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Old 03-26-2005, 09:55 AM   #811
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Default Evolva evolution

in the pre-world, i learnt from the grapevine that shimo was running the evolva evolution. not sure if they have a new coming for the 8th scale
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Old 03-26-2005, 11:09 AM   #812
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I just bought these batteries from ebay really good deal they have more for sale. here is the link.
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Old 03-26-2005, 02:46 PM   #813
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I thought 5 cell was good for a 1/8 scale, 6 Volts, But 4.8 volts and the drain of servos and long mains. Does anyone have a 4.8 in the bottom of their Kyosho or XP4?? Thanks, Just wanting some info"
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Where can you all buy them at? Thanks
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Old 03-26-2005, 03:33 PM   #815
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I thought 5 cell was good for a 1/8 scale, 6 Volts, But 4.8 volts and the drain of servos and long mains. Does anyone have a 4.8 in the bottom of their Kyosho or XP4?? Thanks, Just wanting some info"
I bought the 5 cell AA 2100 mah and you get 3 packs for 21.00 great deal.they are 6 volt packs. you cant go wrong prob the best deal there is.if you scroll down or browse his other listings or his store you will find the5 cell ones and they are buy it now for 3 packs.
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Does anyone have pictures of the Evolva evolution? Just want to know how it differs from current Evolva.
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should i get a kyosho evolva or a serpent 950r
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Old 03-27-2005, 05:45 PM   #818
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evolva or Delta xp4
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Old 03-27-2005, 11:49 PM   #819
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Does anyone have pictures of the Evolva evolution? Just want to know how it differs from current Evolva.
Never heard of that yet.. the only thing i can find is a video game..


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hey how tight is your front belt? i put the correct pully on in the front shaft atleast i am pretty sure, but it seems very tight.

just wondering

and if any of you have played around with the different pullys with the kit, changing the drive raitos
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hey how tight is your front belt? i put the correct pully on in the front shaft atleast i am pretty sure, but it seems very tight.

just wondering

and if any of you have played around with the different pullys with the kit, changing the drive raitos
the front belit won't be too tight i remeber. that's why I had to get a belt tensioner from ACE to avoid the belt stripping. the front belt with the correct pully comes a little loose........
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hey how tight is your front belt? i put the correct pully on in the front shaft atleast i am pretty sure, but it seems very tight.

just wondering

and if any of you have played around with the different pullys with the kit, changing the drive raitos
Stock belt is a little tight when it's new..It will loosen up after a run or so. Try running the SP belt with Rich Brown's belt tensioner. You'll have a smooth drivetrain and long lasting front belts.
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ok thanks, im just used to 1/10th scale so alot of this is new.
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Stock belt is a little tight when it's new..It will loosen up after a run or so. Try running the SP belt with Rich Brown's belt tensioner. You'll have a smooth drivetrain and long lasting front belts.
Chris, does the sp belt really decrease the dragging ? some ppl say they are not as good as the normal belt in durability.
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Chris, does the sp belt really decrease the dragging ? some ppl say they are not as good as the normal belt in durability.
I usually run a set in qualifying and put a new set of belts on for the mains. The SP belts free up the car quite a bit. They don't shred teeth like the standard belts, the teeth just wear down. You can also try Takagi belts, same type as the SP but I think a little wider.

The Empire belt tensioner helps a lot with the front belt. I would definitely look into getting one.
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