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Old 02-07-2011, 08:29 PM   #1726
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the spec r gear diff for the tb03?

http://www.spec-r.com/specrr2/module...a82aa2478e8b63

I imagine it would since the evo5 can use the tb03 spool(direct coupling)
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Old 02-17-2011, 06:54 PM   #1727
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Hi. I was wondering, what tires/insert are you running? We also run on a slippery gym floor and proper tires make for a good time in a poor situation. I am driving my Evo 5 on Schumacher mini pins, both 25mm and 21mm wide with blue inserts. The blue compound tires seem to go better than the yellow compound tires. Just wanted to hear from someone else and their experience.
I'm running the Schumacher SST Rally Tires White compound with no foams. A few of the other fast guys at our track are running them in Yellow. These tires actually grip quite well for us. One of the guys actually tried the mini pins and didn't like them as much as the Rally Tires.

I have the Rally's in both Yellow and White. Haven't tried the Yellows yet so cant make a comparison. The White's are super soft, and possibly too soft since the tire would lose it's shape much easier. Possibly running the Whites with a soft foam may actually work better. The guys running the soft Yellows with no foams are doing quite well.
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Old 02-17-2011, 11:50 PM   #1728
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Default TRF 502X Diff Mod!

Fore those who havent heard (read) about it!

Last night i build my diff with the 3/32 balls and the 502X Ring Gear, as you can read in the TB03 thread here in the middle.

Tamiya TB-03

I have don it as adviced, and have to say it felt very very good. I highly recomend it to everybody.

Only parts needed are the gear set of the 502X and 12 pics of 3/32 inch diff balls. I buyed TOP Racing Ceramic balls.

Looking forward to try the spec R Gear diff in my car as well.

Hope to hit the track with the upgrades soon, because of the intense last ETS Weekend in St.Pölten, my wife told me already that this weekend is a family weekend"

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Old 02-18-2011, 12:43 AM   #1729
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what's the point of using the 502 gear?
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Old 02-18-2011, 05:32 AM   #1730
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As far as I know that'd just create a more durable diff since there's 12 balls instead of the usual 9. If built properly, it'll likely last longer and hold up better under power.

Although I can't say I have any problems with the stock ball diff running a 6.5t motor.
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Hi All.
Can anyone tell me
1. C Hub width
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2. Ball bearings size in knukle arms for this shassis

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Old 04-21-2011, 09:25 AM   #1732
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Just found my old EVO V in the loft , think it's time to build up a fun project car
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Old 04-21-2011, 11:58 PM   #1733
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Just back from last weeks race meeting.

I used the spec R tb03 diff with 1000oil in the rear and a spool in front, and have to say that with the gear diff my laptimes improves 172 th of a second.

So i highly recomend the diff for racing. It is a direct fit, The only negative thing is that i had to sand/polish the outdrives, because the edges are sharp so that the blades would be destroied very fast.

The second piont, is that the gear cover has also be to removed.

If you use 46mm swing shafts in the rear, you also have to switch to 44mm.

But thats it!

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i need to get some C hubs and steering hubs for this car and evo5 parts are hard to find. What other cars parts work for this as a substitute? TA05, 416, TB03 ???? Help please. thank you.
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i need to get some C hubs and steering hubs for this car and evo5 parts are hard to find. What other cars parts work for this as a substitute? TA05, 416, TB03 ???? Help please. thank you.

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The Evo5 use the EvoIV/415MSX Steering Knuckles and C-Hubs with the 950 bearings, The Evo5MS the 416/417 ones.

51103 Steering Knuckles EvoIV/415MSX
51107 4° C-Hubs EvoIV/415MSX

51332 Steering Knuckles 416/417
54031 4° C-Hubs 416/417

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If I use the 416/417 C hubs and steering arms will I need to change to 1050 bearings ? These parts are easier to get than the 415 parts.
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If I use the 416/417 C hubs and steering arms will I need to change to 1050 bearings ? These parts are easier to get than the 415 parts.
Yes! you need 1050 bearings, and also the axles from the 416/417.

C-hubs, you can use the old ones. If you want to use the new C-Hubs as well, then there are different Kingpins and the flanged tubes are also different, but these is sold as a set.

54076 Axles
54075 Kingpin set for new C-Hubs

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1050 bearings last a heap longer than 950s...

if u don't need the carbon reinforced stiffer parts,
TB03 knuckles & c-hubs are same mold as 417 bits


HOWEVER if you change from 950-type hubs to 1050s you WILL also
need to change the stub axles for your CVDs to the TB03 type.
The 950 axles are too short to go into 1050s.
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Hi,

anyone know where I can get the TB V MS exploded view in pdf format? I can't find it anywhere! thanks!
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does anyone have a new tb evolution v ms for sale if so please let me know I am looking for one, thanks
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