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Old 11-04-2003, 12:01 PM
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were did you get them pics?
does it come as standard with the suzuki sd rear hubs?
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Those pics come from T2M, who is the french importer for Tamiya (I think I put the pressure on them, that's why now they're rather fast to get the news from Tamiya).

And look better, those are not the suzuki rear hubs, they are the new tamiya rear hubs.
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Originally posted by Cobra81li200
Those pics come from T2M, who is the french importer for Tamiya (I think I put the pressure on them, that's why now they're rather fast to get the news from Tamiya).

And look better, those are not the suzuki rear hubs, they are the new tamiya rear hubs.
sorry i didnt know they were tamiyas.
they look just like the yoks dont they?
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yeah, that's what I thought at first sight...
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the track for d Reedy Asia is RC club2. check out d details at tq-racing.com
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Old 11-04-2003, 12:53 PM
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Let me make it easier for everybody. Thanks for the link Cobra.








Source T2M.
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Very nice, I'm going to have to get one.

Looks like the spur is limited on size?
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Old 11-04-2003, 01:27 PM
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Holy TAMIYA!!!!!!!!

Looks like the steering nuckles are graphite composite or something....not look that shiny and flex like 414 and evoIII....
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They're fluorine coated
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Let's wait and see how it performs. If it's got the turn-in speed of the Evo3 without the torque steer of the shaft, sign me up.

I hope Tamiya Japan reads this - countersink the top deck! Bobody likes chassis tweak.
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Originally posted by linger
Let's wait and see how it performs. If it's got the turn-in speed of the Evo3 without the torque steer of the shaft, sign me up.

I hope Tamiya Japan reads this - countersink the top deck! Bobody likes chassis tweak.
That's my way to adjust tweak and belt tension on my 414.... Anybody else doing the same like me? That's what Surikarn told me to do....
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ksrcracing, If you are talking about the uprights, this is allready a one year old option for the TA04, even before the TB Evo 3 came out.

Cobra81li200, You are talking about the ballcups right? Those are not fluorine coated but molybdenum impregnated.
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The plastic ones ? I've just ordered them, and they're said to be fluorine... Anyway I don't mind what's important is that they do the job, which is to maintain the geometry...

krsracing : to do what ? Countersink the top deck ?
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Barry White: yep, Front Uprights...the material looks more like the front lower arms.....

Cobra81li200: not to do countersink the top deck...... if it's countersunk, I cannot adjust tweak and belt tension....
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