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Old 03-12-2003, 06:52 PM   #1291
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thanks rod...

hey guys, why dontcha just buy the TA04 ball diff and the outdrivesfor the evo3? its got everything you need.
guys,
so all i need is the TA04 ball diff unit(53436) , Evo 3 out drive(50992) and te F201 diff ring(53563) to make a diff?diff balls,thrust bearings ,locknuts,screw all included?
pls tell me cos i have to order accurately from hong kong...
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Old 03-12-2003, 06:52 PM   #1292
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Oh man...nobody answered my last question so I'll ask again. Has anybody heard anything new about a Tamiya factory fix for the front one way problem. I thought I heard they were working on it. I've got to imagine they're aware of it . Thanks
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Old 03-12-2003, 07:00 PM   #1293
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i'll partially answer your question.
Here in Malaysia and over singapore, there are about 10 EVo III drivers.
None have stripped or broken the front one way gear yet.
many run mod.others run 23T stock with 5-6 gearing.meaning very fast as well.
personally i had 4 turn air flip and only a ball cup came loose..
the other day i bent a suspension shaft,toe-block and screw in the front but still the damn gear didnt break.(i suck)
what does that say about fixing it?i just use the normal screws and thread lock.
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Old 03-12-2003, 07:18 PM   #1294
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Right now the latest on the gear is take a pair of side cutters and cut the flat on the crown/pinion gear off this provides room for the two gears to slide past each other the tought is that the flats on the ring and crown go solid and push themselves apart, thus the slip.
The cars were running this at Nats and according to Peter there were no stripped gears talking to Fred today at TA he has done it to his car also and has still stripped one but the occurance is alot less now.
Dave has a plate that was machined to fit against the gear and help clamp it and provide more support it is not a Tamiya part and I don't think there are plans to make it.
I have had a friend machine a spool for the car the provides support in the same place as Daves ring and Pete said he had no issues with it either.

Hope the info helps, try the mod and see if it works

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Old 03-12-2003, 07:30 PM   #1295
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guys,
so all i need is the TA04 ball diff unit(53436) , Evo 3 out drive(50992) and te F201 diff ring(53563) to make a diff?diff balls,thrust bearings ,locknuts,screw all included?
pls tell me cos i have to order accurately from hong kong...
thanks
guys...please help...i have a shop owner on the line....
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guys...please help...i have a shop owner on the line....
Yes, those are what you need for a front ball diff
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Old 03-12-2003, 07:46 PM   #1298
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greetings from the UK.

has anyonefound a differet motor heatsink orway of holding the kit one on better.
ome of the tracks over here are bumpy ad the heatsink regularly bails out during running.
any ideas??
also, with the one way thing, I am using the tech racing plate (EV0001) and haven't yet damaged a gear.
we run outdoors, asphalt with 12t motor rules. I fnished a couple of tims in the b mis lastyear in te UK BRCA nationls last year as a TRF driver with the 414. This new EVO seems much better. Will post ay setup info i can hee and hopefully it wll be of use to someone.
By the way, the gut fro New Zeaand, whas the racin scene like out there, I am thinking of trying to move out there towards the en of the year.
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i use the associated TC3 clip on heatsink, it is much bigger surface area to disipate heat better and it wraps farther arround the motor to stay on better.

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Old 03-13-2003, 08:27 AM   #1304
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Hi Peter..While you're online I'd like to get your opinion. Have you noticed the great interest in the Alex Racing Barracuda?? In your opinion...do you really think it has any advantage over the EVO 3?? Hate to put you on the spot but you have much more experience with the EVO than I. Thanks
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The car looks good it looks to be the next best shiny thing like the EVO is finishing up doing.

We had 1 person locally who ran the car and he has now sold it.
I think it was above his current skills he has gone over to both a Losi and a TA04

All the current crop of tourers are excellent it's really down to how YOU drive the car and if YOU understand how it works so you can adjust to conditions. We are definately not in the old TA01 days where a car was made to go under a lexan shell and drive around reliably. The car are now purpose built machines with alot of engineering behind them regardless of brand.
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