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Old 05-24-2012, 09:54 AM   #1741
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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

Sorry, but mine is used... But i dont sell it anyway.

Here is an actual pic of my car after a complete rebuild for the race next weekend.

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There is the spec R TB03 Gear Diff installed in the rear, with a mooded/dremeld gear case.

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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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Old 08-05-2012, 03:35 PM   #1743
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How many people race the TB Evolution 5 nowadays?
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Old 08-05-2012, 03:52 PM   #1744
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Shelf Queen these days.
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Old 08-06-2012, 01:33 AM   #1745
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I still have my TB Evo V and its more like a shelf queen for the past 2 years now. It has won 1st place twice in the novice silvercan class race in our place. I think its very ideal for the silvercan class largely to its smooth rolling shaft-driven lay-out which gives power to all fours straight on. I havent tried running it on anything stronger than a 21.5T BL motor for fear of stripping the spur or the bevel gears.
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I still have my TB Evo V and its more like a shelf queen for the past 2 years now. It has won 1st place twice in the novice silvercan class race in our place. I think its very ideal for the silvercan class largely to its smooth rolling shaft-driven lay-out which gives power to all fours straight on. I havent tried running it on anything stronger than a 21.5T BL motor for fear of stripping the spur or the bevel gears.
If you mesh the gears correctly why would it stripped? Plus all the parts from TB03 will fit, no need to baby it
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Anyone have an aluminum steering bridge to connect the steering to the upper deck?
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Sorry, but mine is used... But i dont sell it anyway.

Here is an actual pic of my car after a complete rebuild for the race next weekend.

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There is the spec R TB03 Gear Diff installed in the rear, with a mooded/dremeld gear case.

Greetings Rainer
Cool looking car. I didn't realize Tamiya offered this model with a graphite chassis. The graphite chassis is a Tamiya product?
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Old 08-07-2012, 02:20 AM   #1749
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The TB Evolution series is a model on its own and not an aftermarket upgrade of a plastic tub TB-02/3, it's a full competition level kit it just never carried the TRF name like the belt drive Tamiyas. The most recent version is the Evo V MS but nothing has happened on the TB Evo platform for probably close on 5 years now.
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The TB Evolution series is a model on its own and not an aftermarket upgrade of a plastic tub TB-02/3, it's a full competition level kit it just never carried the TRF name like the belt drive Tamiyas. The most recent version is the Evo V MS but nothing has happened on the TB Evo platform for probably close on 5 years now.
I should have guessed it's a few years old. No lipo tray. Any plans for an update on this model?
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I should have guessed it's a few years old. No lipo tray. Any plans for an update on this model?
most likely not. compared to belt you get the torque steer on shaft cars amongst other issues so i don't see shaft coming back though i wish hahah.
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Hey guys,

Any of you have DIY images on how to fit yokomos FCD's on TBevo5's? Active hobby ones are crap.

Any info/images would help. Thanks!
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Any of you have DIY images on how to fit yokomos FCD's on TBevo5's? Active hobby ones are crap.

Any info/images would help. Thanks!
I dont know what you mean exactly? Please explain.
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I have (2) eve 5's for sale. Not posted anywhere. Email me your email address. And I will send pics ASAP. A friend from the Seattle is interested I think in only one. Both kits are nearly flawless. I'm selling one for a friend. He raced it 2 years ago. Only (1) time at the KO race.
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