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Old 05-14-2004, 09:15 AM
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I am looking for links for the Schizuoka show 2004 in Japan.Links with picture's is what i am looking for but all links would be great.
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Old 05-14-2004, 09:23 AM
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Here you go joybox.hp.infoseek.co.jp/shs04/shs2004_index.html
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those links are not direct, use BabelFish to translate:

BSG


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Old 05-15-2004, 11:58 PM
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Now that the show is over, i hope more picture's and links to web-sites will start coming in.Still looking for a site that has good review or pictures of the show .I have gone to sites that show one brand(company) but not a sample of all the companies there for the rc car end of it!
so please post any links on this thread,i have bablefish if i need to translate.
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Hi Guys,

We are working on a full report that will be up on our website by Sunday (tomorrow night) and we will add more information to it as through out the rest of next week. But the main goodies will be on there first

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Originally posted by SpeedTech
Hi Guys,

We are working on a full report that will be up on our website by Sunday (tomorrow night) and we will add more information to it as through out the rest of next week. But the main goodies will be on there first

Steve Wang
hey steve, i was just at your site and i see you have the Keyence Zero V Xtreme(which i totally want! ), but what's the scoop on these- are these the best esc's out there or what?
i've heard that repair time is awfully slow (i don't care about that at all), i just want the best stuff i can get my hands on.
Also, what's up with the euro connectors, do i simply just solder my leads inside of them? do you sell the non-euro conn. type?
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steve, how does the Keyence ZVEx. compare to the GT-7 ane LRP-QC2in terms of performance and durability; i haven't seen anything on the amperage with the Keyence.
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Originally posted by JayBee
steve, how does the Keyence ZVEx. compare to the GT-7 ane LRP-QC2in terms of performance and durability; i haven't seen anything on the amperage with the Keyence.
JayBee,

What I learned about Keyence on this trip is that they are one of the biggest electronic companies in Japan. And for the ESC market, they hold some special technology that no one else have (it was something they developed). Me personally have two keyence speed controllers and they both worked great for me. I've also used a QC2, and it seems to be very good as well. You can't go wrong with either one, but the Keyence does have more adjustment and also runs a bit cooler than the QC2

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Originally posted by SpeedTech
JayBee,

What I learned about Keyence on this trip is that they are one of the biggest electronic companies in Japan. And for the ESC market, they hold some special technology that no one else have (it was something they developed). Me personally have two keyence speed controllers and they both worked great for me. I've also used a QC2, and it seems to be very good as well. You can't go wrong with either one, but the Keyence does have more adjustment and also runs a bit cooler than the QC2

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thanks for the reply back Steve, I've order alot of Yokomo hop-ups from you awhile back and talk to you on the phone a few times too.
I'm definitely in the market for this speedo 'cause i gotta finish this car
i'm gonna be ordering a bunch of stuff in a week-n-ahalf, so look out for me.
also, again what's the deal with the two different types of connectors on this speedo? and the forward operating amperage?
thanks man, SPEEDTECH KICKS ASS!
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Tamiya TB Evolution IV:
http://joybox.hp.infoseek.co.jp/shs04/shs04266.jpg
http://joybox.hp.infoseek.co.jp/shs04/shs04267.jpg
http://joybox.hp.infoseek.co.jp/shs04/shs04269.jpg

Doesn't look much different than the Evo III...
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futureal,

I agree, at first glance I thought the same thing too, but after talking to the designer and closely inspecting the car, there are numerous big changes on the EVO IV and I believe it is a big improvement over the EVO III

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I hope the new gears are stronger than those in the Evo 3, because they are gonna be a hell of a lot harder to change now
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Looks like you missed this page...

http://joybox.hp.infoseek.co.jp/shs04/shs04271.jpg
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Originally posted by Randy Caster
I hope the new gears are stronger than those in the Evo 3, because they are gonna be a hell of a lot harder to change now
Randy, it looks like the gear boxes on the evo 4 are a five piece and the top half looks to be removable for easier gear changes. Check the evo 4 thread for a closer look.
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Wow look at the Kyosho sedan and 4wd buggy. Kinda cool. Wonder if they will make it to the states.
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