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Old 10-03-2002, 08:20 AM   #46
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I seen those parts at the show here a few months ago. Very cool!
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Old 10-03-2002, 09:24 AM   #47
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Ko... very nice car.. where did you get it.?
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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.
Macky, I'll send you a PM about it. I wouldn't mind going in on an order.

Are the MR4TC parts anodized blue like the ones on your Ova, or is that something else? I'm trying to think of which would provide the more smooth/slop-free steering, but I can't theorize it without looking at it.
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Old 10-03-2002, 05:25 PM   #50
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The base part comes anodized blue. I just added the blue aluminum rack. I believe it's from either Trinity or Rad Tech. It seems like the TC3 steering has less slop than the Yok steering. Also if you use the TC3 steering on the Yok you would have to mount your servo the other way, which some people prefer anyway. If you look at a lot of cars coming from Japan now, they all seem to be going to this steering. I believe Kai uses it on all they're cars.
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Old 10-03-2002, 07:32 PM   #51
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KoRacer that is a trick car. Like that gear drive rear end connected to one belt. No more belts slipping with the low winds. I heard that it iwhat Yoke is working on. A setup with a dear drive rear and a belt going to the front. Japan has the coolest r/c cars right now. That car is very original. No capying go on their to the best of my knowledge.
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Old 10-03-2002, 11:10 PM   #52
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Can you post or email ([email protected]) me some more pics of the tech cars drive line. Very curious is that a pinion on spur set up with a belt ?

OR do they have a web site ?

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yeah, it's rad isn't it? i love innovative things. and it looks super quality too. i was thinking of a geared rear and mission style belt linking the two diff pullies. less rotating mass that way and larger diameter pullies to boot.

i was playing with an fsr bullet a while back actually thinking of doing just what was done on that tech car using two sealed gearboxes from 2wd offroad cars with a piercing layshaft to a transfer belt. never enough time...or was it motivation?
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The web site i found the info on is www.RCMx.net
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