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Old 07-07-2008, 03:20 PM   #2041
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No won't work...
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Old 07-10-2008, 12:42 AM   #2042
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What is the maximum length of universal shafts can be used on the tb02?
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Old 07-11-2008, 12:14 AM   #2043
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If your using the 'E' toe blocks the 46mm shafts with work...
For all other narrower toe blocks you can use up to the 44mm shafts found on the TRF416....
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Old 07-11-2008, 07:39 PM   #2044
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I have a new Porsche Carrera GT body set (w/wing, mirrors, decals) from my TB-02 kit if anyone wants it. Make an offer...
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Old 07-11-2008, 09:37 PM   #2045
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Is it correct that if you use the reversible suspension with 950 bearings you would need 46mm?
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Is it correct that if you use the reversible suspension with 950 bearings you would need 46mm?

Yes !

In my TB02R i run B/A in front, and A/C in the rear (the rear uprights are the 1 ote in), with the 46mm swing shafts.
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I searched this thread and found lots of speculation about a front spool for the TB-02 but no definitive answer (maybe I missed it). Will the Evo IV or any other spool fit the TB-02? I don't mind having to change dogbones or universal shafts. I have a spool in my TA-05 and it's extremely effective on our track.
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good luck finding one.

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Will the Evo IV or any other spool fit the TB-02?
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Old 07-14-2008, 01:51 PM   #2049
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good luck finding one.
ummm...does that mean it'll fit?
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ummm...does that mean it'll fit?
No it doesnt fit!

But i have made a spool with the black stock diff outdrives.

First build a diff without the balls, an instead the diff rings, use sandpaper and glue it on the diff halves. The ball bearings i replaced with normal bearings.

Then i screwed it thogether, but with a normal shim instead of the trusth bearing.

to secure that it does not open up, drill a 3mm hole during the diff half, the ring gear and the second diff half. after that i take a screw wich is normaly mounted in the arms for adjust the droop. and secure the hole diff that it cant open.

after attaching the bearings on the diff outdrives, secure them with fiber tape.

I have build one, but never tried it out yet. But i think this must work.

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Can anyone give me a base line for gearing on med outdooor track with the sport tuned black can motor?
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Can anyone give me a base line for gearing on med outdooor track with the sport tuned black can motor?
I can lol! Maybe I shouldn't since I'll be competing with you! When I ran my TA-05 with the black can a 7.16 FDR (stock 70T spur, 22T pinion) was effective. I got the TB-02 together last night and shot for the same FDR, running the 58T spur with a 21T pinion, which yields 7.18 FDR. On the street at least it feels great!

I was actually pretty amazed at how this car performed. I built it box stock settings, black can, TEU-101BK. Shocks have 80-wt AE silicone oil with 2-hole pistons and in the absence of a spool the front diff is as tight as it can go. I also put the longer TA-05 dogbones in the front. They're not too long (don't bottom) but sit quite a bit further into the outdrives which will mean fewer broken outdrives and no ejected dogbones.

I really can't wait to get it on the track in Vintage T/A!
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I can lol! Maybe I shouldn't since I'll be competing with you! When I ran my TA-05 with the black can a 7.16 FDR (stock 70T spur, 22T pinion) was effective. I got the TB-02 together last night and shot for the same FDR, running the 58T spur with a 21T pinion, which yields 7.18 FDR. On the street at least it feels great!

I was actually pretty amazed at how this car performed. I built it box stock settings, black can, TEU-101BK. Shocks have 80-wt AE silicone oil with 2-hole pistons and in the absence of a spool the front diff is as tight as it can go. I also put the longer TA-05 dogbones in the front. They're not too long (don't bottom) but sit quite a bit further into the outdrives which will mean fewer broken outdrives and no ejected dogbones.

I really can't wait to get it on the track in Vintage T/A!
Your set-up isn't going to work at Tamiya. If you need some help PM me.
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We're not running tcs and for our track near box stock with 80wt seems to be the ticket
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If I get the 52T spur (53552) will it work with the 24t and 25t pinions for 5.63 & 5.41 FDR respectively? That FDR range is supposed to be the ticket in USVTA with 27T/4-cell.
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