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Old 06-26-2014, 02:27 PM   #616
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FYI: Rcmarket has it for $167 + shipping.
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Old 06-26-2014, 02:38 PM   #617
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FYI: Rcmarket has it for $167 + shipping.
Great price.. Anyone have experience with RcMarket?
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Yep, ordered many things over the years. I have no problem buying cars from them.

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Just ordered my tb04 pro v2 from stella, $226USD/$250AUD
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how free is the drivetrain compare to Tamiya ta05?
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how free is the drivetrain compare to Tamiya ta05?
It takes some serious shimming. And change to 39t gear to free the drivetrain up. But it's very free once shimmed properly.
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It takes some serious shimming. And change to 39t gear to free the drivetrain up. But it's very free once shimmed properly.
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question TB04 PRO VER2 is on the way...
I still to pick up the 39 gear set?...It there any good set up any where here ?
what is a good bodies for TCS? Thanks
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Going to order 3, 5, 6 and 10mm shim sets, thickness from 0.1 to 0.3mm. Going to cost $17, but considering its a total of 160 shims and that they can be used for any car, should be worth it.

Can I use the big ring 39t gear with the stock small tb04 one?
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Going to order 3, 5, 6 and 10mm shim sets, thickness from 0.1 to 0.3mm. Going to cost $17, but considering its a total of 160 shims and that they can be used for any car, should be worth it.

Can I use the big ring 39t gear with the stock small tb04 one?
Everyone is using the 39t gear. I think it frees up the drive train some
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I still to pick up the 39 gear set?...It there any good set up any where here ?
what is a good bodies for TCS? Thanks
As heavy as the car is. I would try to stay with a kight weight body. Try a 417/418 set up that works at the track. That should get you real close
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As heavy as the car is. I would try to stay with a kight weight body. Try a 417/418 set up that works at the track. That should get you real close
what is the stock gear diff out drive is steel or plastic?
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they are steel.
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what is the stock gear diff out drive is steel or plastic?
Plastic. That's all I have. I want the Evo6 parts to put in it. (Lighten up some). Haven't had any problems with it. 2k or 3k to start
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Will the TB03 ball diff work on the TB04? I see that there is a TB04 specific ball diff. If I'm not mistaken, both cars share the same gearbox parts no? I'm thinking the only difference is a 40T gear packaged with the TB04 diff?
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Why do you want to run a ball diff?
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