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Old 08-03-2014, 02:15 AM   #496
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i purchased, core rc spur gears, but just could use 2 screws.
No problem. Two is enough.
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Old 08-03-2014, 09:06 AM   #497
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No problem. Two is enough.
But i still looking for those carbon ring holders for spur gear, but not easy, since the space in spur gear is so tight and the spur gear which is so small, the biggest is 64p 78t.
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Old 08-03-2014, 08:10 PM   #498
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But i still looking for those carbon ring holders for spur gear, but not easy, since the space in spur gear is so tight and the spur gear which is so small, the biggest is 64p 78t.
Why? The spur doesn't need the support. Plus I'm not sure there's room.
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Old 08-03-2014, 10:59 PM   #499
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Why? The spur doesn't need the support. Plus I'm not sure there's room.
Because looks like spur gear is not so line up on adapter, not sure why.
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Old 08-04-2014, 10:04 AM   #500
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I remove in supr gear holder the bearing
This tamiya 4x8x3 Flanged Ball Bearings Center is shaking ...
I replaced the AE 31355 Flanged Ceramic Ball Bearings...
thanks,niceinfo.lucky that i have them for spare.
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Old 08-04-2014, 10:36 PM   #501
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Letting go of my bnib evo6

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Old 08-05-2014, 12:17 AM   #502
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(Hisses) - quitter!

Dave is a good guy, and the first TCS champion. Buy with confidence, if you're looking for a deal there is one!
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http://banzaihobby.com/Tamiya-84379

Like $380 - get it while it's hot.
Sold out again - Reply from Banzai - Sorry, sold out again and Tamiya does not have them in stock either. Hope they will re-produce more!!
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Old 08-07-2014, 07:51 AM   #504
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Anyone had loud vibrations from the gear gearbox?
I have run the car once and the rear gearbox is creating the whole rear of the car to vibrate???
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I've changed the flanged bearing at the spur gear holder already, yet the unit is still shaking/wobbling quite a lot. Shims are added too on the flanged bearing side but the situation is just slightly better. Does anyone here have the same problem or get some solutions for this? Thanks!
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Old 08-07-2014, 11:46 PM   #506
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Here it is my finished EVO 6 and my first Setup Sheet and Outdoor run

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HI, are you still happy with this tarmac/outdoor Setup attached on page 26 ?
i finally had the chance to try the kit setup at my home track, but was not happy with it at all...

i will give your setup a try

or are there other recommendations for a proper working setup?
What about copying the TRF 418 Setup , would this work too?

Thanks guys..
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HI, are you still happy with this tarmac/outdoor Setup attached on page 26 ?
i finally had the chance to try the kit setup at my home track, but was not happy with it at all...

i will give your setup a try

Thanks guys..
Hi, I have a second one and think this works better

Shim your Servo Horn with 3mm, much more steering. Next Weekend I will try many more Setup because I will race a new track end of the month. First race with my TB EVO 6 I hope

Last race I run my TRF 418 in Overall place 6. No Chance to get the Awesomatix.
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Or maybe no chance to get the driver ?
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TAMIYA TB EVO 6 Some spare parts arrived
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Hi, I have a second one and think this works better

Shim your Servo Horn with 3mm, much more steering. Next Weekend I will try many more Setup because I will race a new track end of the month. First race with my TB EVO 6 I hope

Last race I run my TRF 418 in Overall place 6. No Chance to get the Awesomatix.
thanks, will also give it a try, but have to wait until next week, due to my heavy workload at the moment
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