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Old 04-01-2003, 10:35 PM   #1621
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D. I looked on the Tamiya sites, the yahoo sites and several others none have shown this set up especially. I did two off the Tamiya Japan site but that does not help me for this race. They use one ways, this is w/o one ways.
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Old 04-01-2003, 10:44 PM   #1622
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wait...are u looking for already made setups or blank setup sheets? and ppl...do you think i need a power capacitor?
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Old 04-01-2003, 10:49 PM   #1623
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Have you put something inside the front one-way out-drive to prevent the cup slip out toward the wheel?

I am thinking about that would be one of the factor which cause the dis-position of those front gears. Just imagine when the cup slip out toward the wheel and finally reach the end of the dog-bone. At the moment collision occur on the wheel and the suspension arm move up along with the dog-bone and push out-drive upward. This force then transfer into the front one-way unit and finally cause the gear dis-positioning and stripping.

Would you pls help share your experience. Thanks!
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Old 04-01-2003, 11:05 PM   #1624
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d. A blank set up sheet came in the instruction book. This is a setup for the Tamiya America track, hopefully to use as a start for the upcomming REEDY ROC.
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Old 04-01-2003, 11:38 PM   #1625
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I took out some washers from the front 1-way outdrives, to fit one of the spare black o-rings inside the oudrives.. I dunno if it's doin anything, but I still am yet to strip a bevel gear.. I know the TC3 outdrives got rubber bushings on the inside, so I tried it on this car.

BTW.. Anyone think it'd be safe to run a 96/34 spur/pinion setup for a reedy Ti 8x2 motor?? everyone seems to gear their motors pretty tall
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OK fine, I finaly decided to copy to a paper copy here, then realized that this is for a 1 way setup. ok fine good night.
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Hi San Dinago,

Thanks a lot. By the way, how often do you strip a gear. I had stripped 2 bevel gears (the small) in one night! So I start think about it!
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only gear I've ever stripped was the one time I didn't mesh right, and messed up a spur. heheh
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Oh really,

This mean it work in certain degree! Right. But how long do you run your TB3
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Old 04-02-2003, 03:23 AM   #1631
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Default New TRF EVOIII PICS

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Hiow many body mounts! The new camber mount like bits look sweet with 2 mounting points on them as well. Also check out the kia style upper dack, it has a removable piece in it at the back. Rick
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hey alan, is that kai or is it something else? if its something else what is it??? kai parts are too expensive...hai...

hey peeps...i was wonder what body would be good for my car...i already hav tamiya NSX 2002 and a HPI M3 GT 190mm. i was wonder what body would be good for a TBE3. i was thinking of either HPI RX7, Protoform stratus or Yokomo RX7..any ideas?
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