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Old 11-10-2008, 09:32 PM   #2071
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ok stupid question
is the tb02 discontinued or going to be discontinued some time soon
bcos the tb03 is out and im thinking of picking up drifting
tb-02 is dicontinued and parts are hard to find. some tb-02 kit is cheapper than tt-01 on ebay right now, but no parts (specally SPOOL) for drift. tb-03 is a lot better. wait till tb-03d coms out.
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Old 11-10-2008, 09:36 PM   #2072
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tb-02 is dicontinued and parts are hard to find. some tb-02 kit is cheapper than tt-01 on ebay right now, but no parts (specally SPOOL) for drift. tb-03 is a lot better. wait till tb-03d coms out.
phew thanks alot i was about to get myself a tb02 since its very cheap
when it occur to me that the tb03 was just release
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Old 11-10-2008, 09:46 PM   #2073
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tb-02 also has some problem on gear stripping, and melting ball diff out drive, etc... read this thread helped me a lot.
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Old 11-11-2008, 06:44 AM   #2074
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have anyone who owns tb-02 tried to put Short Reversible Susp Set from 416,ifs-r, and tb-03? will it fit on tb-02? what do i need to make work? i know tb-02r and tb evo iii use 415 susp set.

anyone has 27t av pinion and f201 52t gear for sale?
Hpi makes metric 48 pitch pnions up to 33t. I can get you the part numbers. I can get you the f201 gear if you haven't got one yet.

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Old 11-11-2008, 03:51 PM   #2075
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How about this spool? Is it new? I can't tell from the pic if the outdrives are both aluminum or if one is plastic.

TB-02 Spool on eBay

The only website I can find for Tech Racing is all in Japanese, so if anyone here can read it for info on this spool that would be very helpful.

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Got this pic from the tech racing site and description translated via google



Tamiya drift machine-made "TB-02D" for the spool.
Since its introduction, the tension around the scene of the drift-tech HAIENDODORIFUTOMASHIN "DT-1 Speed" is used in the joints of steel parts with high stiffness, lightweight aluminum body and the light weight and durability Achieving balance,
The new development is a hybrid of the spool. DT-1 Speed Performance and durability, "DT-1 Speed" is a proven.

In the rear, of course, can be used to the front to rear to use in a KIKKAKE make you better, to improve speed and power.
If you drift to the front for easy stance to stabilize and even beginners who can enjoy a relatively easy run to the drift is by design.


品番 TTBD010 No. TTBD010
定価 \2400 Price \ 2400
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Old 11-11-2008, 05:09 PM   #2076
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Got this pic from the tech racing site and description translated via google

THANKS!

I love the TB-02, have two, and the only thing that's ever bugged me was the lack of an available spool. I've been using homemade ones and they only last so long. This looks like the perfect spool, with an aluminum center and hardened steel outdrives. I'm going to order a couple right away and I'll post details once they arrive.
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Old 11-11-2008, 10:04 PM   #2077
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I decided to get one too. I'm planning to try it on my evo IV if it will fit. If not, then I'll use it on my TB-02. Thanks for posting that link
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Old 11-11-2008, 10:34 PM   #2078
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I decided to get one too. I'm planning to try it on my evo IV if it will fit. If not, then I'll use it on my TB-02. Thanks for posting that link
Heheh, when I posted the link it said "3 available". After you saw it it said "2 available".

Now it says "0 available"...
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Old 11-15-2008, 06:00 PM   #2079
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Is there any way to get the gearing to match the 4.20 fdr for VTA racing with this chassis?
Yes! I did a bunch of gear mesh calculations, ordered up a couple of gears, and it works.

I shot for a little higher (numerically) FDR of 4.37 and it meshes perfectly, so my calculations were sound and these other gearing combos should work.

All of the following numbers pertain to 64p gears (use the "hockey puck" spur adapter that came with the kit).

FDR 4.37:
- 74t spur, 44t pinion, motor mount position B.
- I got these from superiorhobbies.com. 44t pinion=RRP4344, 74t spur=XENG640074
- tested and meshes perfectly

FDR 4.28:
- 74t spur, 45t pinion, motor mount position C.

FDR 4.25:
- 72t spur, 44t pinion, motor mount position A.
- 72t spur may be hard to find, but PRS just started making them.

FDR 4.47:
- 74t spur, 43t pinion, motor mount position A/B.
- 3racing mount A/B position will probably work perfectly with this combo

FDR 4.58:
- 74t spur, 42t pinion, motor mount position A.

It wouldn't hurt to use the 3racing motor mount with any of these combos as it gives you finer mesh adjustment.
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Old 11-15-2008, 10:19 PM   #2080
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I received the spool today and I just had to put it together. I don't have time to put it on the car, but it looks like it should fit fine on the TB02 and on my evo IV. Here's a pic with the stock TB02 ball diff.

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Old 11-18-2008, 05:43 PM   #2081
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Received two of these spools today and installed one. Everything fits and works perfectly! Finally, a spool for the TB-02. Two thumbs up!

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So does they anyone have Evo III parts laying around for a new TB02 owner?
Planning on using in VTA
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What are your thoughts or opionions on the topic of gearbox ratio's http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...ox-ratios.html
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So does they anyone have Evo III parts laying around for a new TB02 owner?
Planning on using in VTA
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Dave,
What are you looking for? Carbon shock towers and stuff like that? Derek and I used to run TB-02s and Evo IIIs and have some parts laying around.

Let me know.
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Old 01-03-2009, 10:43 PM   #2085
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Hawk,
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