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Old 02-23-2005, 06:20 PM
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Originally posted by ttso
Also, for photos of SDW, go to http://www.yokomousa.com/kits/mr4tc_sd/sdw/mrtc-sdw.htm


Dang image won't show up click below

Nice ps work by the ninjas!

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Old 02-23-2005, 06:57 PM
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nice photoshop work buddy
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Old 02-23-2005, 06:58 PM
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Many RC articles compared the belt and shaft, most of them were inconclusive which was better...

The ony conclusion that they come out with is only the driving style and track layout....

But I hope yokomo will come out with something like Atlas YM34-SI2 and Hotbodies design for easy access to the pulley because tradition belt drive car have this inconvenience, even TRF415. This is the only complain that I have about this car.
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Old 02-23-2005, 07:13 PM
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i'm thinking maybe we should be listening to what mr. wang is saying. cause thats what i was thinking. turn the motor mount sideways, install a couple of belts and pulleys instead of shaft and bevel gears, and whoop dar it is...
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Originally posted by FW05R
nice photoshop work buddy
I agree with FW05R, nice photoshop job!
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Originally posted by Rob Phillips
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Haha.. nice try....

I don't think anyone will disagree on using SDW/SD2 suspension on new belt. EVO4->415MS, PRO4->HB new belt. They all share the same suspension. And I don't think it will be a 414/FK04 style configuration. Side-motor/side-battery already proven it's better configuration than center-motor/saddle-battery.

So now the real question is: Is it a 2 belts design? or a 1 belt design? And, where the motor located on? center of wheelbase? or the same location with last cell?

In short, it's either..

Corally RDX


Tamiya 415


Schumacher Mi2


Altas YM-34 Si2


2 belts, motor beside last cell

or

Kawada Sigma2


1 belt, motor in center of wheelbase



I personally wish it's 2 belt, but motor in center of wheelbase.
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Old 02-23-2005, 11:19 PM
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this car ........OVA T4-NEO
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you mean this?
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OK Ian, I've gotta ask, what the hell is that? I've never seen that car.
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T4L2... It's made by Ova (exotic r/c company in Japan). Uses a number of Yokomo parts, but the drivetrain itself is designed by Ova... Looks similar to the new cars, huh? And to think that this has been around circa 2000~2002!!!
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Originally posted by eeyan
T4L2... It's made by Ova (exotic r/c company in Japan). Uses a number of Yokomo parts, but the drivetrain itself is designed by Ova... Looks similar to the new cars, huh? And to think that this has been around circa 2000~2002!!!
yeah.. many stil drive dis car?
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i have three of the ova's great cars
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Originally posted by Jon Kerr
OK Ian, I've gotta ask, what the hell is that? I've never seen that car.
Jon... I'll run it at La Mirada one of these coming months... I told Chris I'm running a weird/different car from my stable each month... I break, I go home... period!
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