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Old 02-24-2006, 03:51 AM   #7096
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Bubbles, been trying that, I have the tb-02 lw shaft, xenon gears and yokomo shims and its not helping. I may be runing the car tomorow if my B4 cant run but yes, this car is capable of winning. Im a poor driver and I won the B Final at our club. 6 Months ago it wont the stock A final at our club.
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Bubbles, been trying that, I have the tb-02 lw shaft, xenon gears and yokomo shims and its not helping. I may be runing the car tomorow if my B4 cant run but yes, this car is capable of winning. Im a poor driver and I won the B Final at our club. 6 Months ago it wont the stock A final at our club.
where are you shimming it exactly?

bubbles.. i think the car is still very capable. but everyone has moved on...
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car is very capable I just built up a evoIII surkinan in BLUE and am posting the same ,well 1/10 of a sec diff , lap times as my evo4. I went back to the evo 3 ,seems stronger than the 4 and I HATE the small holes on the corners of the evo4. I don't like to rebulid my diffs and we race at a dusty track and the dirt always found its way into the 4's diffs. III is sealed. I ran a tbo2r with great results too. I will stick with my evoIII for a while. My tao5 ran great too but same broblem with the diffs.

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Old 02-24-2006, 10:17 AM   #7099
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Bubbles, been trying that, I have the tb-02 lw shaft, xenon gears and yokomo shims and its not helping. I may be runing the car tomorow if my B4 cant run but yes, this car is capable of winning. Im a poor driver and I won the B Final at our club. 6 Months ago it wont the stock A final at our club.
I don't know, because I've never tried xenon gears...

I run a TC3 front One-Way gear in my EVO III and have very few problems. Yes, I know it changes the roll out of the car. TC3 has 40/16 gears, and the EVO III has 39/15...

Front = 2.66:1
Rear = 2.60:1

I wish I could say that I felt something bad about the changed ratio, but it feels the same...


You could try some Pro4 gears... it's a tall ratio of 39/16... or the Barracuda R2's with their 39/16(if I remember correctly).







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The reason why I asked if the car was still capable, was because I've noticed that everyone seems to be dropping over $400 now days on either the Xray, or the 415MSX Refined, or the Corally, or the Hotbodies Cyclone. (I havn't raced in over a year) At first I was like, "Oh snaps, now I'm NEVER going to be able to compete." So I put my car on the track with my old EPIC zebra cells, and $10 Green Machine 3, and attempted to do laps...

I pulled a 10.0 laptime with the Green Machine 3, and broke into the 9's with a Monster Motor on Tuesday, but chose not to race...

Turns out that low 10's and high 9's was the pace for Stock.
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Thanks to turbo joe foir the evoIII parts hookup.
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No problem...lemme know when you want the pretty red one.
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I don't know, because I've never tried xenon gears...

I run a TC3 front One-Way gear in my EVO III and have very few problems. Yes, I know it changes the roll out of the car. TC3 has 40/16 gears, and the EVO III has 39/15...

Front = 2.66:1
Rear = 2.60:1

I wish I could say that I felt something bad about the changed ratio, but it feels the same...


You could try some Pro4 gears... it's a tall ratio of 39/16... or the Barracuda R2's with their 39/16(if I remember correctly).

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The reason why I asked if the car was still capable, was because I've noticed that everyone seems to be dropping over $400 now days on either the Xray, or the 415MSX Refined, or the Corally, or the Hotbodies Cyclone. (I havn't raced in over a year) At first I was like, "Oh snaps, now I'm NEVER going to be able to compete." So I put my car on the track with my old EPIC zebra cells, and $10 Green Machine 3, and attempted to do laps...

I pulled a 10.0 laptime with the Green Machine 3, and broke into the 9's with a Monster Motor on Tuesday, but chose not to race...

Turns out that low 10's and high 9's was the pace for Stock.
bubbles!!! whats up playa pimp! good to see you coming back to your roots! the question should be.. what havent i RUN? ive tried them all.. they're fun. i guess i was addicted to building cars for a while there. i have a T2 now..and my Tamiya TA05. will probably go back to Tamiya and get an MSX. or evoIV. btw.. you will be able to keep up with your evoIII..with new batteries.. you'll find yourself winning too

as for the evoIII.. the reason i ask where you shim it is.. its key. to remove the fore/aft play.. using the new TB-02R shaft will remove most of it... then you need to put a shim between the end of the shaft and bevel gear.

i also found if you tighten down the gearbox..it'll pinch the diff or oneway..so i put spacer inbetween those.

wish rod canare would jump in here.. he had the evoIII mastered down to a science. won some race called the Reedy Race of Champs or something. then went to japan...

edit: makes me wanna go out and get one now just for kicks..and try it with the lightweight suspension.
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Old 02-24-2006, 02:48 PM   #7102
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I didn't always like Rod's solution...


Try not to crash.


Hahahahaha.
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bubbles, SELL IT, to slow


u know I'm kidding, bubbles has not lost any speed the guy is still fricken fast.
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what is the best gearings for tbevo3 surikarn when im using tamiya superstock TZ?????? best gearing... top speed and good acceleration..
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Old 02-28-2006, 01:39 AM   #7105
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As like, an educated guess, I'd start around 7 and go from there... Taller or shorter ratios depending on how it feels.



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Where should I look to for batteries? If new packs could pull a tenth or two off my times, I'd like, hug the batteries.

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ok, i noticed several guy,s running the A,B,C,D suspension mounts from the evo III on their ta05,s. Someone said the mounts on the evo 3 , 4 , and 414-415 are all interchangeable. Is the geometry different or are they drop ins?
I would like to confirm this. Looking at them they look like they would fit. The evo 3 to ta05 i can confirm cause i looked at the car. Thanks guys.
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ok, i noticed several guy,s running the A,B,C,D suspension mounts from the evo III on their ta05,s. Someone said the mounts on the evo 3 , 4 , and 414-415 are all interchangeable. Is the geometry different or are they drop ins?
I would like to confirm this. Looking at them they look like they would fit. The evo 3 to ta05 i can confirm cause i looked at the car. Thanks guys.
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The mounts from the EVO 3 will fit the TA05 but are 1mm taller. YOu will still need the Bridge mounts for the inner part of the chasis since they go over the belts. If you use the EVO 3 mounts you will need to use 1mm shims under the bridge mounts. The 415 and TA05 mounts all have a 1 after the letter (A1, B1, C1 etc). Other than that they are interchangable.
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thanks f-1 larry. Anyone else have any experience?
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Does anyone know the F201 bevel pinion gear is suitable for TBevo3 or TB02?
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thanks f-1 larry. Anyone else have any experience?
I happen to have a evo3 and a ta05. last night I moved my hard suspension set from my [evo] to the [ta]; which included moving the suspension mounts.

suspension mounts
I noticed that for the 415mx they inverted/flipped over the inner mount and put a single 3x3mm spacer underneath it. But note the mounts for the 415mx and the evo3 have different part #'s.

so i did the same thing...

I got an A for the inner and an A for the outer. For me get the holes leveled i had to put 3-3x2mm spacers underneath the inverted mount. (I used 3x2mm spacers cuz it's the only thing i had). You also have to use a longer machine-type screw.

suspension shaft
use the ta05 shaft, the evo3 is longer (by how much? don't know) also use different spacers.

swing shaft
I'm also using the universal shaft assembly off of the evo3; it's a little short, the ta05 (53836) uses a 48mm. I find out soon if it pops out.

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so...the belt clearance is there and it works.

I'm moving the back ones tonight (5/2/2006)
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