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Old 01-19-2004, 11:21 PM   #316
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Hi guys,,

Does anyone have aset up for a tight concrete track... Very low grip and we are only running the 540 silver can so corner speed is a must ......
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Old 01-20-2004, 05:00 AM   #317
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hey damian what tyres were you using the other night in 540? Does your TB setup the same as the evo 3? If so, this is what I was using the other night in 540

tamiya white springs layed down at front - 40 oil 3 hole 2mm droop
tamiya blue springs middle hole on shock tower & inner hole lower arm - 40 oil 3 hole 2-3mm droop
no sways
40mm rollout
sorex 24 with medium inserts
completely stripped front one way gear with a 10 year old johnson from my first ta02!!

how good is that peter grayson? first time out of novice and he gets 3rd in A's
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Old 01-20-2004, 03:22 PM   #318
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Hey OOJ

Thats very simliar to my set up expect i'm running yellow springs all round and type a's

I'm going to try the SS arm's that should make a big difference..
and very heavy dampening.i'll run 24's as well....
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Old 01-21-2004, 08:11 AM   #319
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evoIII to tb02

hi guys,

i have an evoIII limited ed., i want to convert it to tb02. what would i need to make it possible? aside from the tub chassis and the motor mount, what else is needed to complete conversion?

help will be appreciated.

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Old 01-21-2004, 08:21 AM   #320
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i have an evoIII limited ed., i want to convert it to tb02. what would i need to make it possible? aside from the tub chassis and the motor mount, what else is needed to complete conversion?

help will be appreciated.

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I think it's the N parts. Which is the battery holder and the support parts for the tub plus the aluminum steering parts. You might also want to get the chassis brace.
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The Main chassis P/N is 9335398, but it is not yet available from Tamiya america. It's in their computer at least though
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Old 01-23-2004, 11:51 AM   #322
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Hopfully TAMIYA comes out with hop-up version of the chassis like the TA04R chassis. I'll be coverting mine then.

Can you guys take the motor out without taking the rear cover off? Is there a trick or you just have to take that cover off to get the motor out?
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Old 01-23-2004, 11:54 AM   #323
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Izzyracer....
What part number are for the arms you have on the TB02? Thanks~
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What part number are for the arms you have on the TB02? Thanks~
0013400153578,TAMIYA,1200YEN,53578 TA04SS HARD SUSPENSION ARM
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hey izzy..are you gonna use your TB-02 up in newark?
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Sradaj: what are those big fuse like thingy (black) in your TB02?
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Hebiki...yup! and I got approval from everyone... including Sir Gary... I think???
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with all this talk of a TB-02 SS....now im tempted to keep my TB-02 and actually build it!
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i have about got mine ready to run... i noticed that the side by side cells dont fit down smoothly. do you have to dremel, or is that TCS legal? i think thats what i am mainly building this car for!
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Sradaj: what are those big fuse like thingy (black) in your TB02?
Those are surpression cores(I think that's what it's called). They help from glitching.

Thanks Izzy for the part info~!
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