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Old 02-06-2005, 03:44 AM   #1066
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Hi guys. I just bought a tb02 coz I just got tired of replacing my tbevo spur gear evertime coz the track I play at is not as pebble free as the tracks you play at. My question is, will the motor heatsink fit without having to buy anything else and also not have to remove the functional gearcover and leave the gears exposed again? I've heard that not all tbevo3 parts are a direct fit on tbo2 so I ask. Btw, the pic shows a silver motorheatsink but the shop has a dark gray heatsink. Whats' the diff? Tnx.

there's only one heatsink. the difference is color is from the camera that took the picture.

yes you can use the heatsink and yes you can still use the cover that goes on top of the spur gear.
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Old 02-08-2005, 01:15 AM   #1067
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Tnx Hebiki for the reply. I will be buying that heatsink then. Btw, what are the possible .4 modules combination that can be installed in tbo2. I hav some spurs and pinions from my tbevo but i'm not sure they fit perfectly. Some combinations might be too tight or too loose. Does anyone have a suggestion on what .4 pinion/spur combo to use for a type s motor on a tbo2? Tnx.
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Old 02-10-2005, 07:07 PM   #1068
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has any tb02 users fitted an extra 10x6 bearing to the front part of the chassis, along the main driveshaft? this is located just in front of the inner steering servo mount. if iftted, does it enhance performance? TIA...
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Old 02-10-2005, 08:00 PM   #1069
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yes and it doesn't help it only hurts performance.
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Old 02-10-2005, 08:20 PM   #1070
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putting a bearing or any other support on the shaft will increase durability somewhat (harder to bend the shaft), but at the cost of increased friction. I tried it on my shaft drive car and it was like having the handbrake on the entire time (complete with smell).
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ok, thanks. i almost put 1 in there though, thinking it might sort of help the main shaft by having more support.
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The chassis also twists in the TB with the bearing it causes a bind in the drivetrain. There is additional support but the flex more than ruins any support.
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Old 02-10-2005, 11:40 PM   #1073
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ok, thanks. i almost put 1 in there though, thinking it might sort of help the main shaft by having more support.
alana07 - you have a TB-02R already?
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Old 02-11-2005, 12:25 AM   #1074
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alana07 - you have a TB-02R already?
just my own version of the tb02r...
with a couple of hopups minus the real 02r's carbon gearbox/battery plates...
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just my own version of the tb02r...
with a couple of hopups minus the real 02r's carbon gearbox/battery plates...
ahhh.. gotcha. thought you had the real deal already!
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Bad idea. I tried it a while back, the bearing kept getting up to the steering, and catching on the steering linkages. I would NOT recomend it.
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Kevin, could you log onto IM for a sec please
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hy all,

My TB02 is track ready. I have zero idea where to start on the camber links and roll centers.

Heres the deal if anyone wants to help me out.

Tamiya type a tires, hard inserts.
Ozite med grip these days.
Jack the gripper
one way
stock motor
Nissan nismo skyline body
Fast-wide open layout. 90 x 50 course-only 11.5 second laps in stock touring. Pics of layout can be seen here .

Thanks and I appreciate it.
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