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Old 06-05-2006, 05:52 AM   #1
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Default tb02r and tbevo3 differenial gears

just wanna ask if the tb02r and tbevo3 gears has the same number of differential teets???
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Old 06-05-2006, 06:32 AM   #2
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The tb02 and the evo3 transmission is identical, same diffgears and partnumbers.
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The tb02 and the evo3 transmission is identical, same diffgears and partnumbers.
will tbevo3 motor mount will fit into tb02r chassis?? so that we can replace the .06 spur and pinion to .04 pitch..
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It won't fit. The Evo3's motor mount also acts as a support for the propshaft bearing. On the TB-02, the propshaft bearing support is part of the chassis (molded with it), so there is no space for the Evo3's motor mount on the TB-02's tub.
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It won't fit. The Evo3's motor mount also acts as a support for the propshaft bearing. On the TB-02, the propshaft bearing support is part of the chassis (molded with it), so there is no space for the Evo3's motor mount on the TB-02's tub.
phhh its means we cant use the .04 pitch coz the tb02r motor mount has its preferred holes, not free meshing...
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There is always the option of dremeling either the motormount or the chassis to get them to fit. I am considering doing this but not sure if it will be legal for GT1 this year as the only cars allowed will be TA's and TB's so no EVO or 415's
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There is always the option of dremeling either the motormount or the chassis to get them to fit. I am considering doing this but not sure if it will be legal for GT1 this year as the only cars allowed will be TA's and TB's so no EVO or 415's
oh thanx.. but i think the .06 pitch will do... thanx..
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have someone here tried putting evo3 gears(.04 pitch) into tb02r????
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