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Old 18-08-2015
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Default Low rider gearbox for the tc02c evo

Hi all, just found a company called azmechanics based in France I think doing gearboxes for the tc02c evo. Anyone on here used one at all ?.
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Never herd of them but would be interested in any details of this.
Any link to their site or the product.
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You could look here: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php...31&pnref=story

And also at the HBI Facebook page.


I would just like everyone to make up their minds where they want the motor to sit and how many idlers they want so that I can make my next gearbox!
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Make one for the TRF211 lol!

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Make one for the TRF211 lol!

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Thought it already had one!
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No Clive, not a low rider, be nice to see one though!

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No Clive, not a low rider, be nice to see one though!

Lee
Ah! The light dawns. I thought you were just talking about an aluminium gearbox.

I think that that car is expensive enough without my help!
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Nooo never too expensive Clive haha, be good to try it!

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You could look here: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php...31&pnref=story

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I would just like everyone to make up their minds where they want the motor to sit and how many idlers they want so that I can make my next gearbox!
Email sent Clive.

How about also combining the shock tower support into the gearbox and moving the gearbox back 3 to 6mm to increase driveshaft sweep with kit wishbones.
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Email sent Clive.

How about also combining the shock tower support into the gearbox and moving the gearbox back 3 to 6mm to increase driveshaft sweep with kit wishbones.
Well one out of two ain't bad!

Getting closer...............
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Nice Clive
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Well one out of two ain't bad!

Getting closer...............
Looks really good Clive
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I've also just finished the low profile conversion from AZ mechanics.




Still got to fit the gear cover and fine tune the ball diff.
I'm still very keen to build one up with Clive's alloy 'Dino' when it's available.
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That's very orange lol
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Thanks for the great pictures Chris. Very useful.

Does the spur gear clear the rear of the chassis without any extra material being removed?

I believe that you can run without a gear cover under the Team-C shell but I would be worried about the spur trying to "machine" its way out.

From the pictures, I think that my "waterfall" may be a tad further forward but the Dino can use the standard 80t spur, so a gear cover will be needed as it will poke through the body.

@Adrian Need bigger pictures
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@Mike, Lee and Tom: I'm thinking of flogging the scrap ones as christmas tree decorations!


People should really just buy them to put on the mantlepiece and look at!
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Clive, it's a 77t spur. I didn't need to remove any material behind it but it is close.
Not sure how the gear cover fits yet. I've got the Shapeways one but it's not straight forward.
Still waiting for your 3 gear option.
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