so long as the New TC3.5 or 4 whatever fixes the rear toe difference issue I am all happy with it ... thats my only major gripe with this chassis ... the diff cases just have to have a little fitting .. but the new ones just out fixed that ... and if you trim all the molding flash there usually isnt any hand fitting .. I think I have had to sand to fit maybe three arms in 2 yrs of racing .. and that wasnt sanding much at all ... maybe a pass or two at most ... the hinge pin weakness .... dont buy the associated parts .. just go get some 3/32 piano wire and cut it down .. smoother stronger and lots cheaper ... the only problem I have not been able to fix easily is the rear toe issue ... but I just use losi rear carriers and its all solved ... sucks having to buy two packages of parts to redo the rear end carriers .. but hey .. problem solved ... have to check with the local AE team guy and see what he knows about it ... so just keep dreaming everybody .. we will all know when it happens .. if it does ...
Originally posted by The Black Kat I thought The Cuda was a wanna-be Evo
And I thought the TB-01/TB Evolution came out BEFORE the TC3...can anyone confirm/shoot this down. Either way, They were released around the same time
Hobbipro: I said that about a month ago in a discussion at my not-so-local carpet track about Yokomo/Associated.....Since the damn companies are close they probably share R & D and Yokomo just took the opportunity to make the next Associated car before Associated did it themselfs....I'm guessing the TC4 will just be a Yokomo MR-4TC SD w/ all the fixes and a one-way. It seems all the new cars have %$^&ing one-ways in them, it should be an option whether you want one in the kit or a diff instead.
Tamiya: Tampon (actually Mama-miya is a good one when you find out how much its gonna cost to fix the damn thing)
Yokomo: Brokomo, Jokomo, Locomo
Team Losi: Team Los-er Team Slow-si