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Old 03-18-2009, 07:54 PM   #2101
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I have a chassis kit(basic kit minus shocks, body and etc.) that I would sell it does have a used chassis. The chassis was off of Jimmy S. 's TB02R.
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does it have the motor mount, steering rack, and the Gear cover? How much you looking for it.
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Old 03-24-2009, 11:24 PM   #2102
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I know this isn't really the place to put this, but this is where the TB02 guys are and our numbers aren't huge...

I am planning on selling two identical TB02 rollers. They are very clean -- maybe a half-dozen race days on each on smooth asphalt -- never bashed on the street.

Each has the following mods:

- Tech Racing spool in the front (aluminum center, steel outdrives)
- 3racing blue aluminum motor mount
- Yeah Racing carbon fiber rear top plate

Bone stock other than that and in great working order. These were run with silver can or 21.5 so they haven't been worked very hard.

I'll take some pics ASAP and post them in a proper for sale thread, which I'll link to here.
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hey reenmachine how much for them apiece, how come your selling?
Finally found time to take pics and put a listing up:

http://www.rctech.net/forum/r-c-item...ml#post5594510
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Old 04-17-2009, 01:22 AM   #2103
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Heres my tb-02 drifter. 21t mod motor, lrp esc, 4600 battery, futaba servo
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Old 04-17-2009, 01:31 AM   #2104
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I need a TT01 basic chassis kit (no body or electronics) for the upcoming TCS race. I prefer new or very lightly used. I saw something about the shock towers/gear cover being better on one of the TT01 chassis so if you have that it would be great.
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Old 07-06-2009, 06:27 PM   #2105
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Hello,
Anyone looking for a couple Tamiya TB02's. I am going to sell two very clean TB02's(one is a TB02R and the other is a TB02-w/TCS legal Hop-ups). PM if interested.
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Here is my carrera tb02. First road car, so still trying to get used to driving it. Just finished up a couple weeks ago.

These are pretty nice machines right out of the box for the price. Not sure why anyone would want a tt-01 when these things come with full bearings, motor heatsink, better shocks etc etc.

Mine is running a 7 turn reedy kr motor...it moves on very well. The stock tires don't have alot of grip though do they
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Old 07-27-2009, 07:52 AM   #2107
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Does anybody know any diff joints (from other cars) that fit the TB02?
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Old 07-27-2009, 09:00 AM   #2108
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try the more durable (and expensive) reinforced diff joint from the EvoIII : part number 53627, if you can find one....

good luck

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Does anybody know any diff joints (from other cars) that fit the TB02?
50992 is the black plastic diff joints that came in the EVO III

53627 is the white delrine type material that can in the EVO III Surikarn kit
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Hmm, well i mean from other more commonly available cars, like TB03, TA05 etc. Maybe need to shim but any one that fits?
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omg i didnt know that this was here im going to have to read it all
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Old 07-29-2009, 08:48 AM   #2112
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Hmm, well i mean from other more commonly available cars, like TB03, TA05 etc. Maybe need to shim but any one that fits?
Out of all the tamiya cars you might try the EVO5 diff parts. THe TA05 or the TRF 415 and 416 parts have the pully basically in the center, and with the shaft car you need it off to one side.
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Out of all the tamiya cars you might try the EVO5 diff parts. THe TA05 or the TRF 415 and 416 parts have the pully basically in the center, and with the shaft car you need it off to one side.
Actually the TA05 because of the more centered pully is more equal to the EVO III/TB02 diff parts. I think I used an old TA05 Diff in my EVO III by mistake and it worked. Looking at the instructions the TA05 looks the closest to the TB02/EVO III Diff.
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Actually the TA05 because of the more centered pully is more equal to the EVO III/TB02 diff parts. I think I used an old TA05 Diff in my EVO III by mistake and it worked. Looking at the instructions the TA05 looks the closest to the TB02/EVO III Diff.
Wow,

Being that the TA05 has the same diff front and back, I would think that it is not offset enough for the ring and pinion of a shaft car.

If I were to guess, a 415 rear diff would be a better fit than a TA05 diff.

But I have never tried either, so I could be wrong.
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Actually the TA05 because of the more centered pully is more equal to the EVO III/TB02 diff parts. I think I used an old TA05 Diff in my EVO III by mistake and it worked. Looking at the instructions the TA05 looks the closest to the TB02/EVO III Diff.
Yeah, it does seem close. I built one up with ta-05 parts as they looked similar. The short outdrive is a fraction longer and the long side is notably shorter. A ta-05 dogbone seemed to take up the difference, but this has so far been bench work only, I only have one ring gear to build a diff around at the moment. I also found that the bearing on the long side needs to be held out to stay in the housing properly as the moulded step it rests on is 5-6mm closer to the centre.
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