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Old 10-21-2007, 11:48 AM   #1876
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tb 02 is pretty much obsolete already. Stick with your 05 and change the gears to 48 pitch. They should be fine for outdoor.
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Old 10-21-2007, 01:48 PM   #1877
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slomo, thanks for your response. i tried calling around the LHS and none of them carry the tb02. even tower only has 3 kits compared to the tons with ta05s and tt01s.

i'll consider your suggestion and go from 64(?) to 48 pitch and see if that makes a difference with my debris problem
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nope..your wrong....ss4300 is equal to 19t.
The SS4300 Racing Stock Brushless Motor is one of three brushless motors from Novak. Designed for use with either the Super Sport ESC (#3205) or the Super Sport Plus Brushless/Brush ESC (#1705), the SS4300 provides all of the advantages of the SS5800 Brushless Motor, but provides lower speeds for increased vehicle control for newer drivers, and longer run-times for those trying to get some valuable "practice" time on the track. With a Kv rating of 4,300 RPM/Volt, a Kt rating of 0.45 in-oz/amp, and a power output of 175 watts, the SS4300 Brushless Motor provides performance similar to a 27-turn racing stock brushed motor.


That was from Novak.....

5800 = 19t
4300 = 27t
I know people say the 4300 is faster than 27t tho
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slomo, thanks for your response. i tried calling around the LHS and none of them carry the tb02. even tower only has 3 kits compared to the tons with ta05s and tt01s.

i'll consider your suggestion and go from 64(?) to 48 pitch and see if that makes a difference with my debris problem

I love the tb-02 and it is a great out door basher. There is a guy selling a totally hopped tb-02r for 150. I think it is an evo 3 surikarn edition with a tb-02 tub chassis.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthre...10942&page=107
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Old 12-15-2007, 08:30 PM   #1880
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just read this whole threads...seems the TB02 is not so current anymore.....

but i do have a few questions:


1. has anyone who installed and _RACED_ the TB02 with the reversible lightweight suspension set, broken or fractured a lower arm?

i know they are titled lightweight but they also seem to be made of a more durable material.



2. did the reversible arm set widen the car's _TRACK_ at all?



3. has anyone seen a TB02 with a tub and the _PLASTIC_ covers over the spur/pinion area that also was using the EvoIII upper carbon deck?



4. is there a general setting that would have a TB02 have a front end that bites well in the corners and a rear end that would break free easily? is it just a camber setting or will springs come into play?
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Old 12-15-2007, 08:41 PM   #1881
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The lightweight reversible suspension(evo Iv arms) is used on pretty much every modern tamiya race car, except the short evo v version. When they first came out, people thought they were fragile compared to the ta04 arms, but they are very sturdy.
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Old 12-15-2007, 09:34 PM   #1882
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I'm still running my TB-02, and it's running awesome. The only complaint is the bevel gear stripping in the front, but the car is good otherwise. I'm running a lightened evo III shaft, reinforced evo III diff halves in back, front one-way with evo IV metal gear, universals all around, aluminum clamp hexes, carbon fiber rear brace(to make motor maintance easier), and bearings for the plastic steering. If I set the mesh between the bevel gears tighter, will I eliminate my problem

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Waltrip55 may i know the part number for the front one-way with evo IV metal gear. Any picture of that?

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Old 12-15-2007, 10:22 PM   #1884
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I'm still running my TB-02, and it's running awesome. The only complaint is the bevel gear stripping in the front, but the car is good otherwise. I'm running a lightened evo III shaft, reinforced evo III diff halves in back, front one-way with evo IV metal gear, universals all around, aluminum clamp hexes, carbon fiber rear brace(to make motor maintance easier), and bearings for the plastic steering. If I set the mesh between the bevel gears tighter, will I eliminate my problem

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if you are at Trackside on New Years day come see me and I will help you shim your front gearbox so it won't strip your bevel gears. I use to run a TB Evo III and I was able to fix the front so it would not strip, even when I ran 19 turn. One thing you might want to try and find is the square aluminum gear box. its not TCS legal but you should run all the time except during the TCS race. This will also help keep the front end from striping bevels.

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Waltrip55 may i know the part number for the front one-way with evo IV metal gear. Any picture of that?

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Evo IV metal gear: Part # 53721

Evo III one way unit: Part # 50991

TB-01 Cup joints: Part # 53590

They don't come together, everything is seperate and needs to be pieced together. I don't have a pic of my one-way, sorry. BTW, you will need front universals with this set-up.
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if you are at Trackside on New Years day come see me and I will help you shim your front gearbox so it won't strip your bevel gears. I use to run a TB Evo III and I was able to fix the front so it would not strip, even when I ran 19 turn. One thing you might want to try and find is the square aluminum gear box. its not TCS legal but you should run all the time except during the TCS race. This will also help keep the front end from striping bevels.

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I will be there for the New Years day race. I will definitely stop by, I would rather fix the problem than drop a lot of money on a race-prepped TA-05. My TB-02 still hangs in there at Trackside Thanks for the help
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anyone interested in a TB02 R? Mine hasnt been used in about a year.
has evo 3 diffs in it too.
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well just to help bring this thread back 2 life, i thought i would show off my TB02 just a lil bit :P

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plenty hopped up.....although it is soo hopped up.....it aint finished.....iam lookin 4 1 more thing!!!

a front tb02r brace.......and maybe, mayb a evoIII top plate!

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Thanks Waltrip55 for the parts number. Does the TB-01 Cup joints: Part # 53590 still on the market?

Well im running Tamiya universal allround with tamiya blue sealed bearings,
Alumn motor mount, alumn steering set , front blue n red rear stabilizer bars , SSg stifner plate and TRF dampers.
I just ordered the Tb evo III Lightweight prop. shaft.

The only problem is my drive train (stripping Bevel gears) and i burn 3X 23 turn stock motors with this kitt.

Any suggestions?

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