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Old 09-24-2012, 10:59 PM
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hey everyone so i noticed there wasnt a TS2 thread only a TS4 thread, so i thought id stop by and make one and share some set ups/ mods that anyone has done lately to improve upon it.

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Old 10-11-2012, 06:00 PM
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I see Ofna are about to release a TS2. Does anyone know if it's just a re-badge of a Team C TS2TE?

I love Ofna gear but I'd just curious if parts would be interchangeable?
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Originally Posted by RatsacK View Post
I see Ofna are about to release a TS2. Does anyone know if it's just a re-badge of a Team C TS2TE?

I love Ofna gear but I'd just curious if parts would be interchangeable?
As far as I can tell, it's the exact same truck....
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Old 10-11-2012, 08:22 PM
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Originally Posted by J_Fowler View Post
As far as I can tell, it's the exact same truck....
Exactly what I thought...

Cheers for the reply! I'll either get the Team C TS2TE or Ofna TS2. Just depends which ends up cheaper.
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lol thats ridiculous why does ofna need to copy Team C.
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Team C is an OEM for other companys, ex. Amsima in the UK,Racersedge, TQracing, ect.
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Originally Posted by Reiki View Post
lol thats ridiculous why does ofna need to copy Team C.
I agree. I'm an Ofna fan and I wish they'd released their own 2WD SCT.
Nothing wrong with Team C though.


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Team C is an OEM for other companys, ex. Amsima in the UK,Racersedge, TQracing, ect.
Yeah but from what I know, this is the first time they've been an OEM for Ofna.
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So, are there many guys that actually run these? How tough/durable are they?
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Originally Posted by RatsacK View Post
So, are there many guys that actually run these? How tough/durable are they?
They've been durable for me so far. Only thing I've broken were the balls in the aluminum rear arm mount. Clipped something with my Evo Buggy going a decent speed, surprised nothing else broke. Thought it was a suspension arm for sure.
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I've broken a few things on mine but i'm still learning how to drive it lol. breaking parts is part of the hobby, not something to look forward to but it comes with the territory i guess you can say.
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Originally Posted by RatsacK View Post
I agree. I'm an Ofna fan and I wish they'd released their own 2WD SCT.
Nothing wrong with Team C though.



Yeah but from what I know, this is the first time they've been an OEM for Ofna.
Like we have done in the past with Jammin being a Hong Nor car, it is the OFNA TS2 manufactured by Team C, so we will have multiple parts and accessories comming soon be on the lookout as we will push the TS2 into an readily availble product. Other items to come soon.
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So I noticed last night, the t plate on my truck is not made of plastic, but a rubber I couldn't break it by hand very col, and super flexible.
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Ya i noticed that too when i got my gear diff kit. once i got it all mounted it was pretty solid. hoping they come out with a carbon or kevlar plate for the gear diff transmission, not that it would be crucial but nice to have the option.
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I'm pretty sure I read somewhere you can just dremel out some of the square hole and make it work just fine. We really need mid motor conversions for the truck and sc and gear diffs for those IMO. :-)
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Originally Posted by stu541 View Post
I'm pretty sure I read somewhere you can just dremel out some of the square hole and make it work just fine. We really need mid motor conversions for the truck and sc and gear diffs for those IMO. :-)
Gear diffs are already available as a Tean C option.

Pretty much all us Team C distributors in the US could have/get them.
http://evohobbies.com/tu0210-2wd-gear-diff-set.html

Some have made their own mid chassis for truck and SC.
Cat and shut like the original +8 B4 modification.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/11236907-post2504.html

Lots of good info in that thread too.
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