Gears Guide for Yokomo MR4TC-SD/Drift Package D-Like CS Kit – Aluminum Gears DL-029 – Version 1 – Front One-way and Spool 40T Ring/10T Bevel...

Gears Guide for Yokomo MR4TC-SD/Drift Package

D-Like CS Kit – Aluminum Gears

DL-029 – Version 1 – Front One-way and Spool
40T Ring/10T Bevel
4/2.353 = 1.69 Underdrive ratio

DL-034 – Version 2 – Front One-way and Spool
40T Ring/11T Bevel
3.63/2.353 = 1.54 Underdrive ratio

DL-035 – Version 3 – Front One-way and Spool
40T Ring/12T Bevel
3.33/2.353 = 1.41 Underdrive ratio

Active Hobby Kits – Plastic Delrine Gears

STR-066 – Stage 1 – Rear gear for Ball Diff
36T Ring/20T Bevel
2.353/1.8 = 1.30 Overdrive ratio

STR-066 – Stage 1S – Rear gear for Spool only
36T Ring/20T Bevel
2.353/1.8 = 1.30 Overdrive ratio

STR-067 – Stage 2 – Front One-way and Spool
43T Ring/13T Bevel
3.30/2.353 = 1.40 Underdrive ratio

Stage 1 + Stage 2 = 1.83 CS Ratio!

Yokomo CS Kits – Aluminum Gears

D-088 – Rear 1.3 FCD with Spool Axle
30T Ring/17T Bevel
2.353/1.77 = 1.33 Overdrive ratio

D-048 – Rear 1.5 FCD with Spool Axle
27T Ring/17T Bevel
2.353/1.58 = 1.49 Overdrive ratio

D-089 – Rear 1.8 FCD with Solid Axle
22T Ring/17T Bevel
2.353/1.29 = 1.82 Overdrive ratio

D-051 – Rear 2.0 FCD With Solid Axle
20T Ring/17T Bevel
2.353/1.17 = 2.01 Overdrive ratio

  • DNTV

    March 1, 2012 #1 Author

    Hey I heard that the gears in a Yokomo MR4TC may be used in my associated TC3 gear box with little to no modifications. Is this true? and if so where can I get these gears and which part numbers do you suggest?

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    • DriftMission

      March 2, 2012 #2 Author

      Not 100% sure, we have never had any experience with it.  It might be likely, there was a time where Yokomo and Team Associated TC cars shared very similar designs.  Again, not 100% sure, you would have to be a guinea pig to test those gears….

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      • DNTV

        March 2, 2012 #3 Author

        Okay! thanks a lot.
        ” the RC Guru ”
        DialedNTV.com

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  • RB26er

    June 7, 2012 #4 Author

    Are the axles on the yokomo cs kits metal or plastic

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    • DriftMission

      June 14, 2012 #5 Author

      The axles are plastic, gears are metal. There are hop-ups for the axle for alum

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  • $1d3w4y$

    June 11, 2012 #6 Author

    just brought yokomo 2.0 and it is a plastic diff.  you think it would be metal for the price (poor effort Yokomo)

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    • DriftMission

      June 14, 2012 #7 Author

      at least the gears are metal. When something goes wrong, would it not be better if the out drives strip rather than gears?

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  • OfflinePlayer

    July 26, 2012 #8 Author

    hi, im new to RC drifting, is the yokomo 2.0 FCD solid axle all i need to countersteer ? or do i need the gears too? or does it come together already? thanks.

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    • DriftMission

      July 30, 2012 #9 Author

      The 2.0FCD kit is all you need to run countersteer, it includes the 2 gears attached to the solid axle you need for overdrive.

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  • Daniel Dalton

    September 13, 2012 #10 Author

    Hi guys,
    Anyone know where to buy these?
    Thanks, Daniel

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    • DriftMission

      September 16, 2012 #11 Author

      try banzai hobby, rc race and drift or genkidoridori

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      • Daniel Dalton

        September 17, 2012 #12 Author

        Thanks 😀 Its impossible to google this stuff. Banzai Hobby have a TN kit. 43T 13T

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        • DriftMission

          September 22, 2012 #13 Author

          That is for front underdrive kits, also check Kazama, they have a wide selection of alloy gears for front with available kits with 40/12, 40/11, and 40/10 gear ratio’s

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  • Roman Nahum

    September 18, 2012 #14 Author

    Hi DM !
    Can I make more than 2.0 in my MR4TC SD ?

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    • DriftMission

      September 22, 2012 #15 Author

      Of course you can. For example in our MR4TC SD, we use Yokomo 1.5FCD with Kazama 40/10 (Stage 1 CS) combo for a total of 2.54 CS ratio…. just noticed that the kazama CS gears are not listed here… those will be added soon 🙂

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  • 5inchesTall

    April 18, 2016 #16 Author

    I have an interesting question regarding this 2.0CS. If you do 2WD Conversion, would the 2.0 gear still help the rear to spin out that much faster than the standard gearing? Would this work or not? Right or wrong?

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