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Old 06-02-2005, 11:27 PM   #1366
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OK--Who's got a TB02R? How is it compared to a stocker with a few mods? It looks like a great mid-level car. I am wanting to get a Tamiya ride for our TCS race in July. My thoughts are to get a TB02R and I can run it in GT3 and GT2. Any thoughts? Thnaks

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Old 06-03-2005, 09:22 AM   #1367
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Yeah, it's called an EVO III, look on speedtech.net
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Old 06-03-2005, 09:26 AM   #1368
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Yeah, it's called an EVO III, look on speedtech.net
speaking of which. anyone have the part # for the carbon bumper brace that came with the evoIIISE (surikarn)? thanks!
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Old 06-03-2005, 09:40 AM   #1369
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OK--Who's got a TB02R? How is it compared to a stocker with a few mods? It looks like a great mid-level car. I am wanting to get a Tamiya ride for our TCS race in July. My thoughts are to get a TB02R and I can run it in GT3 and GT2. Any thoughts? Thnaks

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As its been posted-a TB02R is a evoIII slapped onto a tb02 tub and braces. Thats what I ran at the TCS race in Cinci. Some pages back I posted pics of mine.

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Old 06-03-2005, 09:47 AM   #1370
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Does the TB02 uses .6module type of spur? If so, how many teeth?

And where can I get a 0.6module spur lower than 83T??

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Old 06-03-2005, 09:55 AM   #1371
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Does the TB02 uses .6module type of spur? If so, how many teeth?

And where can I get a 0.6module spur lower than 83T??

Thanks
Lem-not for TCS racing. I am not sure if the 0.6 spur assembly from the evoIII fits in the tub chassis. Bigger issue is the motor mount. I'll try and look at it tonight and see. I ran a 96t 64p spur on my evoIII.
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Old 06-04-2005, 01:22 AM   #1372
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Hey I was wondering if I could get some advise from you Tamiya guys ?
I'm running Tamiya shocks on my xxx-s, I'm using the gold ball studs that the shocks mount to, but the threads are a little short. a guy at my local track ''SRS'' gave me one that had long threads on it, but he didn't know the part #.

I went to the Tamiya web site and I could not find any thing. I tried a few local Hobby shops that sell Tamiya parts, no one seems to know what car uses that ball stud or that part #.

I see lundsford sells alot of different size ball studs but I don't know what size it is.

If any of you guys could help me with this I would really appreciate it.

Also I was wondering If any of You guys would know how many different size pistons, Tamiya makes for there shocks, and what would be the closest equivalent to losi pistons?

Do any other brand of pistons fit the Tamiya shocks?

I figured out that the Associated springs fit the Tamiya shocks.

Any and all help with these questions would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 06-04-2005, 11:57 AM   #1373
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Chrominator, I just installed the ball studs in my Tamiya car to install the CVA shocks also. Tamiya screws and nuts usually come in part bags, so it's hard to get screw sizes and stuff... however... let me do some double checking...
Ah! it's a 5mm ball connector... but that's all I could tell you. no part number or anything.

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Old 06-04-2005, 11:10 PM   #1374
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Speedtech has the Tamiya ball studs, use from 415 or EVO .
Steve also lists the part no's
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mike, 9805611 5mm ball with 9mm threaded stud.
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Old 06-06-2005, 09:44 PM   #1376
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Mike Tamiya also has a ball mount that uses a 3mm screw to attach it.
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Old 06-07-2005, 08:49 PM   #1377
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Speedtech has the Tamiya ball studs, use from 415 or EVO .
Steve also lists the part no's
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(Fred what or were is speedtech?)

dsrbltoys mike, 9805611 5mm ball with 9mm threaded stud

(dsrbltoys 9805611 is that a Tamiya part # ?)

tamiyarcracer Mike Tamiya also has a ball mount that uses a 3mm screw to attach it.

(tamiyarcracer I E-mailed Todd Hogde at Losi and he said something about female ball stud that he used to mount the shocks, is that what you are talking about? If so do you know the part #)

Thanks guys Mike
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Speedtech has the Tamiya ball studs, use from 415 or EVO .
Steve also lists the part no's
Fred

(Fred what or were is speedtech?)

dsrbltoys mike, 9805611 5mm ball with 9mm threaded stud

(dsrbltoys 9805611 is that a Tamiya part # ?)

tamiyarcracer Mike Tamiya also has a ball mount that uses a 3mm screw to attach it.

(tamiyarcracer I E-mailed Todd Hogde at Losi and he said something about female ball stud that he used to mount the shocks, is that what you are talking about? If so do you know the part #)

Thanks guys Mike
Speedtech is online. speedtechrc.com I think they are in Southern Cali, they also have a thread here on RCTECH watch the banners I'm sure thya have one at the top of the page occasionally.

As for the 9805611, that is a tamiya part#

As for the female ball there are a few choices 53641 is red, 53640 is blue, and I think there is a flourine coated one as well
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Old 06-07-2005, 10:46 PM   #1379
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Speedtech is online. speedtechrc.com I think they are in Southern Cali, they also have a thread here on RCTECH watch the banners I'm sure thya have one at the top of the page occasionally.

As for the 9805611, that is a tamiya part#

As for the female ball there are a few choices 53641 is red, 53640 is blue, and I think there is a flourine coated one as well
Thanks Tamiyarcracer
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Female, 5mm ball nuts, FL coated # 53599
male ball studs, 5mm FL coated # 53598
King pin set - 5mm with shoulder # 50986

The flourine coated balls last longer with very little wear. The ball nuts use a 3mm screw.
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