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Old 03-04-2004, 12:24 PM   #5791
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Hey

well all the talk on the new shafts is around... anyone checked out the new 3 piece by team bombers? my friend got one, ill post some pics soon hopefully

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Old 03-04-2004, 02:41 PM   #5792
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Itīs true you could see pictures and a little test there but that website is private and belongs to a driver from Denmark. It doesnīt belong to the guy who makes the oneway.

If you are interested in a oneway please send me a PM. I will direct you to that guy.
You can only buy this oneway from the guy who makes them. Heīs from Germany but he ships international too.
the email address at the bottom of the test page goes right to the correct email address to inquire about the oneway though
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Old 03-04-2004, 07:01 PM   #5793
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guys, i've looked high and low on this thread for a bit now and i cannot find an asphalt setup anywhere. i know i've seen one, but i can't seem to find it. can anyone suggest a good setup? it's about time to start racing at speedworld again and i've misplaced my setup sheet from last year. i've been setup for carpet since it started raining
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Old 03-04-2004, 07:27 PM   #5794
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I'll give ya mine, but its a normal evo3...dont know if that'll affect it too much....

front: front DIFF! copper springs, yellow sway, 50wt oil, top shock way out, camber-1, zero toe, AA blocks flat. top inner camber link. 2mm spacers inside wheels.

rear: blue springs, yellow sway, 50wt oil, top shock way out, camber -1, AB blocks flat. top inner camber link. 2mm spacers inside wheels.

Geared 72/25 on monster stock motor.(good for my track)

I run on blown, but mostly untreated bumpy asphalt. Setup is for 24mm sorex 32R tires with med. inserts, But will work just as good with Soft medial Pro 26mm preglued wheels. Havent tried much else other than HPI 33R's but they just didnt cut it.
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Used my evo 3 last night with the new propshaft and all new gears, threw it on the track and ran a few packs through it and its the best it has ever been, it now spins forever and has no tightspots at all in the transmission, its AWESOME. Rick
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Old 03-06-2004, 08:40 AM   #5796
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Which of the new shafts did you test? The Tamiya lightweight or the one from Team Bomber?
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NOW THATS WHAT I LIKE TO HEAR!!!!!
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Old 03-06-2004, 08:43 AM   #5798
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Also the new gears, are there new diff bevel gears too? or just the new 1 ways gears?

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where can you get the team bomber shaft?
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tony q.. pick up the tamiya lightweight shaft.. its 2mm longer.. holds the front bevel gear much better. with the penguin backing plate, proper shimming.. stripping should be reduced to a minimum.

i installed the shaft on mine.. it looks good. gotta test it at la mirada.
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Which of the new shafts did you test? The Tamiya lightweight or the one from Team Bomber?
I ran the Tamiya lightweight one, the car was 100% better than it had ever been before, span so free.

Also you can only get new oneway gears not normal diff gears. Rick
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Rick, youve made me the happiest man alive LOL, i should have a few new tamiya lightweights sometime this week. with that in my car , aliminium gearbox's and ceramic diffs i cant wait!! also got the original evo3 Kai chassis im going to install. Its looking great, lots of shock positions but one great thing i like about it is that its got a 2 piece topdeck. you can take the end where the sput is off to make spur changeing easy, will post pics when its done later this week. Sold my 3 piece which i was loving , and if its better im so exited.
I made a good move yeah? getting rid of the 3 piece for a few new tamiya lightweight?
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Rick, youve made me the happiest man alive LOL, i should have a few new tamiya lightweights sometime this week. with that in my car , aliminium gearbox's and ceramic diffs i cant wait!! also got the original evo3 Kai chassis im going to install. Its looking great, lots of shock positions but one great thing i like about it is that its got a 2 piece topdeck. you can take the end where the sput is off to make spur changeing easy, will post pics when its done later this week. Sold my 3 piece which i was loving , and if its better im so exited.
I made a good move yeah? getting rid of the 3 piece for a few new tamiya lightweight?
ceramic diffs??? youīre talking about ceramic diffballs, right? Who makes them? I also looked for those but didnīt find any 3mm ceramic balls.
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a company called Squat , you can also buy ACER ones i think. i got mine from R10
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ceramic diffs??? youīre talking about ceramic diffballs, right? Who makes them? I also looked for those but didnīt find any 3mm ceramic balls.
Tamiya do 3mm Ceramic diff balls. Rick
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