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Old 04-06-2002, 08:21 PM   #31
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You can see my T4 here. Hope it opens okay.

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Old 04-06-2002, 08:23 PM   #32
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Old 04-22-2002, 09:47 AM   #33
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Raced my OVA T4 Sunday for the first time. It was really fast and really quick through the turns! I really like the T4. I finished 5th in "A" main.

It's a little hard to set up at first because of the 2-top plates are not the same, but if you set the car flat on a flat board and tighten the top plate screws, the car stays pretty flat. I used Assoc. shocks and red springs all corners with Mugen 30wt oil on all corners. Bottom middle shock holes on the front and rear tower, inside hole on the front arms and out side hole on the rear arms. Ran an 8-double gearing set at 81/23 48 pitch. 3mm droop on front and 2.5 droop on rear with the ride height of 3.5 front and 3.0 rear. StratAss Protoform body. Pretty good!
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Old 05-01-2002, 11:33 PM   #34
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wow! i want a t4. so anyone who can help with this or just posting pics is my new best friend.

nanako, where'd you get it?
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Old 05-02-2002, 05:48 AM   #35
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am starting to build a T4 using those 70-75 metal parts and other option parts. I got a manual and now I am on my way!
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Old 09-30-2002, 05:34 PM   #36
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Exclamation NEW OVA ENGLISH HOME PAGE :)

NEW OVA ENGLISH HOME PAGE

http://www.tokyo-hobbies.com/ova.html
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Old 10-01-2002, 04:23 PM   #37
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Thanks guys. I'm just looking for some of there parts, like the tire balancer and such. Also, on OVA's website, it looks like they have a conversion for the Yokomo to put a TC3 steering rack on it. Looks interesting (http://www.ova.co.jp/jpg/ass.jpg)

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You can get the Ova TC3 steering linkage for the MR4TC from RainbowTen in Japan. shipping is less than $10.00 part cost is about $17.00usd. if you order make sure you order more than 3000yen. there is a 3000yen min. order.
3353433510101,5E,,2000yen,OVA-PY101 MR-4TC ASSOCIATION STEERING LINKAGE MOUNT

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Old 10-02-2002, 06:11 AM   #38
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by rc-zombies
[B]Mo,
You can get the Ova TC3 steering linkage for the MR4TC from RainbowTen in Japan. shipping is less than $10.00 part cost is about $17.00usd. if you order make sure you order more than 3000yen. there is a 3000yen min. order.
3353433510101,5E,,2000yen,OVA-PY101 MR-4TC ASSOCIATION STEERING LINKAGE MOUNT

rc-zombie ......the price for the steering you mention is 17.00USD for just the base part of it the blue piece. what you have in the photo is a complete system which is 33.00USD
and the ova part # is T815 for the steering linkage mount(17.00)
and part #T811AS for the complete system(33.00) as shown in the picture.
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Is it possible to use the TC3 steering linkage coupled with the OVA mount on the Yokomo, or do you need the specially-designed OVA linkage to work with the MR4TC?

If you do need both OVA bits, do you know of an online store where it can be found? The Rainbow Ten store only carries the mount, apparently, and not the linkage itself.

I am somewhat interested in seeing how this affects my Yokomo Special. At worst, it will be something different.
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Becarefal! Ova always is chnaging their mids on the type of steering system they are using. The TC3 type seems to the norm for many r/c cars here these days.
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Is it possible to use the TC3 steering linkage coupled with the OVA mount on the Yokomo, or do you need the specially-designed OVA linkage to work with the MR4TC?

If you do need both OVA bits, do you know of an online store where it can be found? The Rainbow Ten store only carries the mount, apparently, and not the linkage itself.

I am somewhat interested in seeing how this affects my Yokomo Special. At worst, it will be something different.
You can get the complete setup here Tokyo Hobbies. As Joseph said the part number is T811AS. If I remember correct the post in the kit are a bit different than the parts in the TC3 kit. The actual steering linkage is the exact same. Let me know if you want one beacause I might get another for my Yok and they may give me a little better price(repeat customer). Here is a picture of the steering on my Ova T4.



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Very nice macky! just to let you know the part T811AS
is out of stock at this time.they do have the bottom T815
I spoke to Mr.Maruko 10-1-02 and they didnt have the complete
system(T811AS) in stock. maybe soon!
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Becarefal! Ova always is chnaging their mids on the type of steering system they are using. The TC3 type seems to the norm for many r/c cars here these days.
here is the TC3 steering on the new MY02 Tech FX proto
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here is the new my02FX proto
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I know its a bit off topic of ova but here is one more of the rear
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