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Old 03-27-2011, 12:56 PM   #1
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Default Kyosho TF-5 To TF-5 Stallion Conversion

Is it Possible? What do i need to do it? Has anyone else tried it?
And i know im going to get theits not worth it just get a new car comment, but i dont have the budget for a new car. Any help will be greatly appreciated, Thanks.
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If you mean converting the shaft driven TF-5 to a belt driven Stallion, then no.. Those cars are apart from the suspension completely different..

There is a possibility to convert a TF-5 Stallion into the TF-5 Stallion Shin edition with an additional conversion kit.

Hope this helps you out.
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Right, basically you cannot simply convert a shaft drive to belt drive without overhauling the entire car. It's cheaper to just buy the Stallion.

If you want a belt drive Kyosho, I have a TF6 for sale if you're interested. PM me for more info.
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