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Old 04-29-2005, 12:29 PM   #1576
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the pro4 6mm outdrive should fit.. the pro4 & Tc3 bones are identical.
is your tc3/pro4 modification for the front universal assembly for oneways only? or can we use a spool with it?

curious cus i think the hardened universals might be too long (even when shaved down) the hardened unis im using sit pretty deep into the oneway drive cup. (o-ring removed)
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Old 04-29-2005, 12:44 PM   #1577
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is your tc3/pro4 modification for the front universal assembly for oneways only? or can we use a spool with it?

curious cus i think the hardened universals might be too long (even when shaved down) the hardened unis im using sit pretty deep into the oneway drive cup. (o-ring removed)
don't have hardened universals...planning on putting in the RS MIPs. and Possibly using the TC4 HD bones w/ the pro4 outdrives...
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Old 04-29-2005, 01:31 PM   #1578
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more camber link hole to choice & can use short camber link
same TC-SP last ver. in JMRCA race is use short camber link move to out side !
more shock postion & short shock
You going to have more made? I'll take a pair and try em out.
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Old 04-29-2005, 01:55 PM   #1579
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Sorry this's samples .
& steering carbon was change can more steering about 13-17%
, off power can have small circle

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Old 04-29-2005, 02:01 PM   #1580
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Sorry this's samples .
& steering carbon was change can more steering about 13-17%
, off power can have small circle
Do you have a picture of that?
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Old 04-29-2005, 02:09 PM   #1581
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Sorry no this !
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Old 04-29-2005, 02:24 PM   #1582
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You going to have more made? I'll take a pair and try em out.
Randy..

my contact that made the bumber braces..will be able to make some... lmk what you're looking for and I can draw it up in CAD and send it to him for a quote...
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Old 04-29-2005, 02:36 PM   #1583
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my contact that made the bumber braces..will be able to make some... lmk what you're looking for and I can draw it up in CAD and send it to him for a quote...
I'll think up some stuff and let you know. Possibly just have those camber plates I designed made up.
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Old 04-29-2005, 05:26 PM   #1584
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i think the price for the spool might be a typo, the diff saver rings are 10.50 alone. having ran mr4bc for over a year now i can tell you the rings will hold up just fine, the directions said to glue them on but i never did without a problem, well only problem was when i snapped a A- arm then they would pull off with the drive shaft. i have a set of harden universals coming next week along with the bd, i'll let you guys know how they fit.
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Old 04-29-2005, 06:41 PM   #1585
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I'm running the hardened universals now and they fit just like they did on the SD, you need to grind off just a bit from the end of the universal and they're fine.
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I think the spool unit in Japan is like 1520 yean. So The YokomoUSA listed price is very close.

The TC3 HD outdrives fit the Yokomo oneway... and Tamiya oneways. They all have a 6mm shaft. Even the Corally has a 6mm shaft. So you could use say... a Corally oneway cups with RS CVD's and Corally blades on the CVDs. Now the TC3 HD outdrive slots are bigger to fit the TC3/Pro4 dog bone pins. However, I don't think the TC3/Pro4 dog bones won't fit into the front spindles on the Yokomo. The cup is too large. That's why the RS CVDs have a small cup on the bones. Maybe if you dremeled out the spindle for clearance... the cups might fit. But I have yet to try this... Now on the Tamiya cars this is different...
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Old 04-30-2005, 12:52 AM   #1588
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Here's the BD brace I design.
if any one is interested contact Chris at: [email protected]
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I think the spool unit in Japan is like 1520 yean. So The YokomoUSA listed price is very close.

The TC3 HD outdrives fit the Yokomo oneway... and Tamiya oneways. They all have a 6mm shaft. Even the Corally has a 6mm shaft. So you could use say... a Corally oneway cups with RS CVD's and Corally blades on the CVDs. Now the TC3 HD outdrive slots are bigger to fit the TC3/Pro4 dog bone pins. However, I don't think the TC3/Pro4 dog bones won't fit into the front spindles on the Yokomo. The cup is too large. That's why the RS CVDs have a small cup on the bones. Maybe if you dremeled out the spindle for clearance... the cups might fit. But I have yet to try this... Now on the Tamiya cars this is different...
Do you know if the Corally oneway cups are working with the Tamiya cars? You say the 6mm diameter is the same and I know the Corally blades are a perfect fit on the 415 as I have an aluminium rear diff with these blades in my 415. Itīs just the question if the Corally oneway cups are the same length as the Tamiya ones.
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Old 04-30-2005, 08:52 AM   #1590
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Here's the BD brace I design.
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Hey looks good Ramon I like that it has the outside brace holes as well.
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