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Old 04-28-2004, 08:20 AM   #136
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weekend racer, do you want the 101 previous issues of RC World, leading japanese R/C magasine, which nicely features thousands of cars in japanses champs NOT featuring stick packs ?

true, they do run some stick packs, at stricly sanctioned races, but by no means it is the majority.

kawwaiiii !
Thats why the chassis also has the slots for a side by side pack just like my EVO 3's.
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Old 04-28-2004, 08:24 AM   #137
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for 23T class you must use stick packs most of the time, not for modified
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Old 04-28-2004, 08:54 AM   #138
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Yep - they must be commercially assembled stick packs (no DIY) and the 23t motors must be sealed cans not rebuildables.
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Old 04-28-2004, 09:51 AM   #139
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just wanted to say it was both, not ONLY sticks

i was not too clear on my post :S
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Old 04-29-2004, 01:57 PM   #140
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from reading the scan, it saids that alot of the parts are newly deesigned, including doubledeck carbon frame, arms, diff cases and gears to maximise efficiency. shaft will be a seperated design similar to SD, Pro4. aluminum parts used to hold down composite gear boxes for precision.
car comes with "something" (gift?)that has the "IV" logo in/on it. sorry about that becausethats as far as i could translate the article.

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parts are blue anodized. with trf shocks and f 1way r diff
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and f 1way r diff
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from reading the scan, it saids that alot of the parts are newly deesigned, including doubledeck carbon frame, arms, diff cases and gears to maximise efficiency. shaft will be a seperated design similar to SD, Pro4. aluminum parts used to hold down composite gear boxes for precision.
car comes with "something" (gift?)that has the "IV" logo in/on it. sorry about that becausethats as far as i could translate the article.

hope it helps
thank you very much!
that's cool you can read Japanese
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Old 04-29-2004, 02:10 PM   #144
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FYI...

RCZone has some slightly clearer pictures on their site:

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cant even see the pictures..
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Translated from Tamiya's website:

Shaft drive 4WD of TB evolution IV chassis kit ??? tradition and that highest peak model TB evolution aim toward the further top. The on the basis of the data which is obtained from many encounters the new design most parts. Raising drive efficiency with the adoption of the aluminum bulkhead and 3 split propeller shafts. As for the double wishbone suspension including the lightweight compact suspension arm, the hub carrier, front and back upright the new part. Mechanical grip was raised with the light weight conversion of the load under the spring. - 1/10 electromotive radio control car series No.3311/10 RC TB EVOLUTION IV (58331) * ?? 2.5mm thick and upper 2mm thick carbon frame. * Damper stay and spur stopper, steering wheel connecting bar carbon make. * In suspension arm damper support section 5 place preparations. More finely suspension setting is possible. * Body and motor selling separately. 49,800 Yen in earlier July dispatch & spot production estimate value
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Old 05-09-2004, 09:09 AM   #147
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Tamiya 0405 news

Is that a TB02's plastic battery strap???!
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I just hope they built the oneway right like AE and Yokomo did with the "backer" behind the gear... not in front of it like Tamiya Evo3 and HPI Pro4.
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does anyone know when it is coming out?

And maybe some clear pictures?
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Comes out in July.
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