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Old 10-19-2005, 08:48 PM   #1546
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What would be the recommended pinion gear size with a Monster Stock motor and the stock spur gear in a TB-02?

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What would be the recommended pinion gear size with a Monster Stock motor and the stock spur gear in a TB-02?

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it really depends on the track,
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Old 10-19-2005, 09:39 PM   #1548
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No you might have to mill a little more.
wat tools did u make the hole bigger on the moto mount?
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I used a 96 spur 48 pinion for a 5:2 ratio.
Use the MAJIC Dremmel. You have to open the endbell hole to get that adj.
On the bottom holes, I have a mill end bit made by Dremmel.
Used that for the silver can and also 27t stock motor.
But that was before I found out about the 52/27 Tamiya gears for the silver can.
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Old 10-19-2005, 09:58 PM   #1550
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What would be the recommended pinion gear size with a Monster Stock motor and the stock spur gear in a TB-02?

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Start with 58/20 bolt patern "B" thats 7.54, or 58/22 bolt patern"D" 6.85
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Old 10-19-2005, 10:10 PM   #1551
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I used a 96 spur 48 pinion for a 5:2 ratio.
Use the MAJIC Dremmel. You have to open the endbell hole to get that adj.
On the bottom holes, I have a mill end bit made by Dremmel.
Used that for the silver can and also 27t stock motor.
But that was before I found out about the 52/27 Tamiya gears for the silver can.
can u show me the pic when u screw the motor on the motor mount...? thanks alot..
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Old 10-20-2005, 05:33 AM   #1552
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But that was before I found out about the 52/27 Tamiya gears for the silver can.
Is the 52/27 combination you talk about Tamiya parts. Have you got the part numbers?
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What would be the recommended pinion gear size with a Monster Stock motor and the stock spur gear in a TB-02?

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Use 21 tooth pinion and 58 tooth spur gear. Go up or down a tooth on the pinion to suit your track.
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Is the 52/27 combination you talk about Tamiya parts. Have you got the part numbers?
it is the F201 speed tuned gear set
TA04R 27 tooth pinion

I don't have part numbers but a google search will help you out there
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Old 10-21-2005, 05:44 AM   #1555
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I used a 96 spur 48 pinion for a 5:2 ratio.
Use the MAJIC Dremmel. You have to open the endbell hole to get that adj.
On the bottom holes, I have a mill end bit made by Dremmel.
Used that for the silver can and also 27t stock motor.
But that was before I found out about the 52/27 Tamiya gears for the silver can.
any picture of motor attach on the motor mount with screw?
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which company made / makes a spool for the TB02 chassis? I have heard that an evoIV spool should fit but I don't have the cash to experiment any help would be great
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Old 11-07-2005, 07:31 PM   #1557
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Last weekend I did some indoor carpet racing with my TB-02 and my TC3. Both were set up according to the instructions.

My TC3 seemed twitchy and wandered some on the straight away. The TB-02 just seemed smooth as silk by comparison.

To be fair, I bought the TC-3 off E-Bay (used), and built the TB-02 myself new.

I'm not an expert, somewhere between "sportsman" and stock rubber.

Is the TB-02 known to be easier to drive? For where my skill level is at right now, I just can't wait to drive it again. Or, should the TC3 be as good or better and I just have the set-up wrong, or - being used - it just has slop in it or something?

I'm not trying to pump up thje TB-02 or rip the TC3, just trying to learn. Please share your thoughts.

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Old 11-11-2005, 10:48 AM   #1558
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new found out...!!!!
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Old 11-11-2005, 10:52 AM   #1559
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!!!new found out!!!...when i use the EVO III plastic one way gear with crash...after one day , it strips ..when i use the EVO IV plastic one way gear with many light crash.. after many days , the bevel and the one way gear won't strip.. the EVO IV plastic gear is harder than EVO III..
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or did all switch to the ta05????
if so what do you think?
i will keep my tb02r for now
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