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Old 05-23-2006, 03:57 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by DA_cookie_monst
Erm, did I say they were Yokomo, no, I said they used the same principle. And they are NOT TA-05 drivetrain parts, I have a TA-05 and apart from the identical length belts that is as far as it goes.

the problem with this thread, people forget the last sentence they read.
Jesus that's just plain rude. A Tamiya Factory rep (manager no less) takes the time to come on this thread and points out some details and insights into the future of this car and you are basically calling him a liar by saying "And they are NOT TA-05 drivetrain parts, I have a TA-05 and apart from the identical length belts that is as far as it goes". No wonder Factory guys hardly posts on these threads.

Open your eyes and note that the diff pulleys, center pulley and one way ARE from the TA05.
While you're at it copy paste "I'M SORRY" and forward it to FMW aka Fred Medal.

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Old 05-28-2006, 11:46 PM   #62
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Originally Posted by Muswagon
If its $400, and its that "close" to the Yoke, I think the Tamiya is my next buggy.

However, that Yoke is simply an engineering marvel.
DUDE this will be my new buggy when it comes out its sooooo sweet love it tamyia int the 4wd game whos next caugh!!) caugh!!) hotbodies
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I agree, if Tamiya comes out with this, count me in. The two yokes at the track need some competition!
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Talking 4wd buggies

i think its great that the biggest rc manuafacturer (tamiya) is getting serious about offroad.i hope they get a competition 2wd in the making as well.
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