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Old 03-27-2015, 07:59 AM   #1111
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I read that in an article. It said that mount will reduce the number of spacers on the shock mounts. I plan to acquire those when my budget allows it. It is similar if not the same as the TB EVO 6s shock stay mount.
Thanks that's what I was thinking, and yes it is same as the EVO 6.
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That's a lot of weight high up for something that isn't going to make the car faster, IMO.
Most of the Tamiya BLUE is for show and we all know it but sometimes it's easier to work with aluminum parts instead of plastic.
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Old 03-27-2015, 08:08 AM   #1113
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Most of the Tamiya BLUE is for show and we all know it but sometimes it's easier to work with aluminum parts instead of plastic.
Plus it's addicting to upgrade...
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Old 03-27-2015, 08:29 AM   #1114
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Hey guys quick question, what's the difference between the TB-04 alum. shock stay mount and the TB-03 one.

Here is the picture for the TB-04 mount
Slight clarification. The TB03 aluminium mount was a direct replacement of the plastic one that comes with the TB04 kit. If you have built the kit you see that you are required to use stand offs in front and rear (big spacers) to keep the shock angles linear. The new mount, pushes the towers out, so that you will not need the stand offs.

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Old 03-27-2015, 08:33 AM   #1115
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If you are looking for a TB04 Pro II, mine is available here

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Old 03-27-2015, 08:42 AM   #1116
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Slight clarification. The TB03 aluminium mount was a direct replacement of the plastic one that comes with the TB04 kit. If you have built the kit you see that you are required to use stand offs in front and rear (big spacers) to keep the shop angles linear. The new mount, pushes the towers out, so that you will not need the stand offs.
That's how I meant it.

BTW, will using part number 84317 combined with short springs on the TB04? If yes, how will it affect overall performance?
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Old 03-27-2015, 08:56 AM   #1117
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Hey guys quick question, what's the difference between the TB-04 alum. shock stay mount and the TB-03 one.

Here is the picture for the TB-04 mount
Tiko,

That mount moves the shock tower about 2mm away from the bulkhead, so you can get to the inner camber link much easier.

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Old 03-27-2015, 10:21 AM   #1118
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That's how I meant it.

BTW, will using part number 84317 combined with short springs on the TB04? If yes, how will it affect overall performance?
What dampers do you currently have? Plastic?
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Slight clarification. The TB03 aluminium mount was a direct replacement of the plastic one that comes with the TB04 kit. If you have built the kit you see that you are required to use stand offs in front and rear (big spacers) to keep the shop angles linear. The new mount, pushes the towers out, so that you will not need the stand offs.
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That mount moves the shock tower about 2mm away from the bulkhead, so you can get to the inner camber link much easier.

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Old 03-27-2015, 02:16 PM   #1121
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What dampers do you currently have? Plastic?
I currently have the low profile dampers. But would like to use the TB04 low profile dampers on another car. Should I just buy the same kind of dampers that came with my TB04 pro 2?
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Old 03-27-2015, 02:24 PM   #1122
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I currently have the low profile dampers. But would like to use the TB04 low profile dampers on another car. Should I just buy the same kind of dampers that came with my TB04 pro 2?
I don't know if they sell the low profile dampers as a set. I would keep them on the TB04, since they are designed to have the correct ride height for this chassis.

What's your other chassis?
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Old 03-27-2015, 02:37 PM   #1123
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I don't know if they sell the low profile dampers as a set. I would keep them on the TB04, since they are designed to have the correct ride height for this chassis.

What's your other chassis?
The TA06 with low profile damper stay. Yes I'll just follow your advice. I'll keep them on my chassis.
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Old 03-28-2015, 09:43 AM   #1124
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I stand corrected by myself. The low profile dampers are now available separately. The part number is 42273.

https://www.tamiyausa.com/product/item.php?product-id=42273
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I've been fighting with my ProII for weeks now and for the life of me I can't get this thing to track straight. I've put it on the set up board a half dozen times and still the same results. I had the same issue when I had it set up for USGT/GT3 and its the same with my current VTA setup.

I'm running about 1 degree toe out. I have another servo I'm going to try next, but I really don't think that's the issue. I currently running the hi torque server saver, but I might just try a regular horn also. My Xray T4 '14 tracks straight as an arrow, but it definitely has a lot less slop than the TB-04. Do I just need to shim the ProII out more?
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