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Old 10-06-2013, 06:10 PM   #196
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Old 10-07-2013, 02:37 AM   #197
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Kentech I saw this in your blog. Any word on this? A new TB Evo maybe?

This kit looks like the same layout as the yokomo dpm ssg drift car.
If they were to use the same design..the batery clearance might be an issue for thosr runnin on 6500 mah or higher..
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Old 10-07-2013, 08:09 AM   #198
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Xiswell can you post a real pic of tb04 . That pic you posted is not.who is going to be the first to post real pics of tb 04?
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Old 10-07-2013, 09:02 AM   #199
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I am still waiting for my tb04 to arrive from japan..my friend is working there..and will only be back in december...
Super good deal..probably its worth the wait..
About 170usd for the pro kit
Think ill throw in the balance and some top ups for the trf aereation shocks

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Till then ill just hang out with the tc4
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Can anyone confirm the TB04 front shock tower is lower than the TB03? I assume with the shocks being shorter this would be the case.
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Old 10-09-2013, 09:54 PM   #201
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Can anyone confirm the TB04 front shock tower is lower than the TB03? I assume with the shocks being shorter this would be the case.
It is. How much, I can't say. I ordered one from Japan for my TB03, when it gets here I'll post back.
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Can anyone confirm the TB04 front shock tower is lower than the TB03? I assume with the shocks being shorter this would be the case.
yes... IFS bodies will fit (i.e. Corolla Axio) while still using stand-up shocks.







anybody know if the TB03 spool will fit? the hybrid FOW/Spool for the TBO4 looks too heavy...
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yes... IFS bodies will fit (i.e. Corolla Axio) while still using stand-up shocks.
Thanks - that's exactly why I bought it.

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anybody know if the TB03 spool will fit? the hybrid FOW/Spool for the TBO4 looks too heavy...
The spool will fit side to side, but it will require a different gear. Tb04 is 40 teeth, tb03 is 39.
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Old 10-10-2013, 11:45 PM   #204
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Here is an image of the shock tower, users can put their bets in as to how low it is compared to the TB-03 stand up one:



And so this isn't a total hyjack....I bought one to mess around with. What's the worst that could happen?
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Old 10-11-2013, 07:41 AM   #205
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What's the part number for the gear diff? I would like to out one or two in my evo 5
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Old 10-11-2013, 12:55 PM   #206
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TB04 gear diff parts...

http://www.rcmart.com/advanced_searc...s=tb04&x=0&y=0

51554 - joints
51549 - case and bevel gears
51553 - gaskets and O-rings
51547 - pinion and ring gear
19805831 - M2x8 cap screws
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Old 10-12-2013, 09:53 AM   #207
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I've just finished the chassis, just the electronics to go... but it's 1am... time for bed now.

I've replaced as many of the plus-screws with hex screws as I could, and I've used the clamp-style wheel hexes... But other than that, it's all as-is with the PRO kit (oh, and I've installed the one-way option as a spool).



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I've just finished the chassis, just the electronics to go... but it's 1am... time for bed now.

I've replaced as many of the plus-screws with hex screws as I could, and I've used the clamp-style wheel hexes... But other than that, it's all as-is with the PRO kit (oh, and I've installed the one-way option as a spool).



Looks awesome!!!! Cant wait to read how the car is holding up on the track. 17,5T or 13,5T motor. Just sold my TA-05VERII "R" iot buy the new TB-04pro. Plan is too drive the car 13,5T.
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Ok guys . How is this chassis in 17.5?
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Old 10-15-2013, 06:45 PM   #210
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If and when people find out if you will be able to reach a suitable FDR for 17.5 or 13.5 Blinky classes please post for your findings. From reading earlier posts I believe that was a pending issue people were interested in knowing.
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