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Old 02-17-2004, 10:16 PM   #856
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Old 02-18-2004, 02:35 AM   #857
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Interesting thanks rough512.

Any of you guys have an idea where i can get the Tobee craft locked diff and ligth weight spur and counter gearset.

Hopefully this project works thanks again rough 512
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Old 02-18-2004, 07:52 AM   #858
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That could be a tough one to find their. How about Asia Tees on this site. Maybe they can get you that stuff.
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Old 02-18-2004, 04:07 PM   #859
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That could be a tough one to find their. How about Asia Tees on this site. Maybe they can get you that stuff.
Asia tease only sell GPM parts i doubt they will have it, i saw those parts in the 1999 RC car action mag there made by tobee craft. If only GTP california still exist maybe can get those parts. But thanks for the suggestions.
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Old 02-18-2004, 04:13 PM   #860
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Default Motor Heatsink 53275

Hey guys anyone know where can find this Tamiya genuine heatsink. I really dont want to buy a GPM one. part number is 53275. Picture is attached.
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Old 02-18-2004, 04:45 PM   #861
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I used to have that gear cover on my 03f but I haven't seen one for sale in a long time. IIRC that is only a part for the F car and I don't know if it works with the others.
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F & R cars both use the same "motor" gearbox parts, so the Heatsink Gear Cover will fit all.


Some shops might still have old stock... if you don't mind the ~A$30 price.
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FUK_WRX: www.radiomodels.com.au should have that heatsink. I need one too, I cracked the base onto which the heatsink screws to.
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I think you should try Vagg's hobbies in Miranda (Sydney). I know that they have alot of spares for TA03R-TRF kits, I have seen the box. I have a TA03R-TRF on the shelf at home aswell, just because it looks good.
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Thanks guys, your probably the only ppl that are helpful from the aussie forum the rest are a pack of girly wingers talking trash and bashing others. Much appreciated.
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Old 02-19-2004, 05:42 AM   #866
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Hey guys you ever used the Integy M60 gear set for the TA03?? Any diffrence in performance?? Other than that what sort of pinions can you mate with the spur. Thanks all help is appreciated.
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I used the Integy gears before . If nothing else you get a little less friction as the diff dear is really thin. I'm not sure how it will last in mod but for stock you would be fine.
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I used the Integy gears before . If nothing else you get a little less friction as the diff dear is really thin. I'm not sure how it will last in mod but for stock you would be fine.
No pic up in top end what so ever?? Can you even feel the diffrence?? Thanks for the reply though
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It has been over 6 years since I ran those gears. Less rotating mass can never hurt you especailly in a TA03. I would run them but for TCS racing they are not legal so I don't. I run GT1 now so I could actually machine my diff gears dow to be like the Integy ones. Will you feel it is yet to be seen but less rotating mass is always good. You might notice better improvement if you are running stock motors or the Tamiya silver can motrs.
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It has been over 6 years since I ran those gears. Less rotating mass can never hurt you especailly in a TA03. I would run them but for TCS racing they are not legal so I don't. I run GT1 now so I could actually machine my diff gears dow to be like the Integy ones. Will you feel it is yet to be seen but less rotating mass is always good. You might notice better improvement if you are running stock motors or the Tamiya silver can motrs.
Hmm in that case ill just retain and stock up with the TA03F Pro gears. Im trying to look for an alternative brand that stocks just the spur gear cant help buying and other unecessary gear fill up my tool box. thats why i was asking if the tobee craft lite weight spur and counter gear sets availability. Thanks again.
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