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Old 09-06-2019, 05:16 AM
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Default Tekno NB48 2.0

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https://blog.teknorc.com/2019/09/05/...Zo1m0HL8z0oB3Y
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Cool stuff for sure..
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Know this is the Nitro section but is this legit then as I was told nitro only for initial release?
https://www.redsrc.co.nz/products/te...electric-buggy
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Finally 3 mm chassis
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Originally Posted by EvilR2.0 View Post
Know this is the Nitro section but is this legit then as I was told nitro only for initial release?
https://www.redsrc.co.nz/products/te...electric-buggy
On the pic, it's look like the eb48.2, so not a release.

For the NB48 2.0...it's a good new !!! Can't wait to see another infos!
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Finally ! Easy access diffs are going to be a nice feature. Looks like new redesigned springs too - the low frequency springs on the .4 were much better than stock springs on the .3, Im ready to see how these compare.

I would like to see universal drive shafts included with the kit, but I have a feeling that is going to remain an option part. I’m Ready to see the next article Tekno releases on the 2.0 kit !
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Bearings inside the diff case for the out drives and bigger diffs, take my money now...

Caster in the front arm, easy access diffs,bearing supported sway bars... they did a good job id say.



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i've never been a fan of tekno due to design but now i might be looking at my new kit for 2020
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i've never been a fan of tekno due to design but now i might be looking at my new kit for 2020

The wide chassis did it for me. Pre ordered today. Iím running Xray and was looking to try the hard radio tray. Priced one out on Amain for $34.99. Come on itís a piece of plastic. So really hoping this buggy works out. Tired of Xray raping me.
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If you look on tekno’s website you can see a lot of the new parts that have been added are listed as 2.0 or NB/NT 2.0, even saw a few EB 2.0. So I’m guessing we will be seeing a new truggy and EB in the near future too
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If you look on teknoís website you can see a lot of the new parts that have been added are listed as 2.0 or NB/NT 2.0, even saw a few EB 2.0. So Iím guessing we will be seeing a new truggy and EB in the near future too
Sure itís on the way. They could do a NT pretty easily now.
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Diff with bearings for the outdrives. I wonder how that will work out: https://blog.teknorc.com/2019/09/10/...o-the-details/
Might be good if they don't leak or the the bearings don't fail to easy.

But I think the 2.0 will be a lot more stable to drive than the 48.4.
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Sure itís on the way. They could do a NT pretty easily now.
EB will be next. I've not heard of any development with the NT platform but you would logically conclude that a 2.0 would be in the making; with all the new transmission parts etc. Will need a new chassis for the new gearboxes.
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Originally Posted by morgoth View Post
Diff with bearings for the outdrives. I wonder how that will work out: https://blog.teknorc.com/2019/09/10/...o-the-details/
Might be good if they don't leak or the the bearings don't fail to easy.

But I think the 2.0 will be a lot more stable to drive than the 48.4.
Don't see why it would matter, you still have the same sealing o-ring on the inside. They don't leak now, can't imagine a bearing there will change that. As for the bearings failing, it's just another maintenance item. You should be in your diffs fairly often anyways. Diff bearings usually don't fail as often as say hub or clutch bearings. They're not subjected to the same abuse.
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