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  1. Other than Yeah titanium screws and bearing and DSRCC titanium parts as well https://www.ebay.com/itm/DSRCC-Titanium-front-lower-arm-pin-set-for-Tamiya-Egress/233192962353
  2. You are correct. I just found a Shapeways shop offering arms and steering parts for Egress. Hmm......Sounds like only need the gearbox. I have extra sets of Hi Cap bought years ago for my Top Force Yeah also has universal drive shaft.
  3. Yes I did The status of VQS 2020 still not available based on the reply from my local hobby shop. Bow they accept pre order. The costs of VQS 2020 is less than 200 pounds and the Egress would ask for USD1000 from various online shop including Amazon Any modified with after market hop up parts is no longer original anyway. Just take it easy and have fun. Whether it is a vehicle with 100 percent original Egress parts isn't important I would like to use the Pargu lower chassis but ylthe upper chassis and dampers support can order from Fiber Lyte. I don't know the results til we try I am going to rebuild my Top Force Evo and end up only 20% are stock parts.
  4. The discovery of Pargu alloy chassis, I consider to build the Egress. Since the Vanquish 2020 come with Hi cap dampers, universal shaft and all necessary parts in my previous post. Therefore what I need are ball diff for front, rear and center as well as aluminum parts from Yeah Racing I just want to find out which way is most cost effective
  5. What are the difference between Egress 2013 and Tamiya 58686 VQS 2020 (Vanquish)? Other than differential, are both share the same arms, gearboxes and gears? Thanks!
  6. Never heard of Party and Google it and they are making alloy chassis for Egress that lower the "breakdown issues" a degree. Thanks for the info! Wish they offer one for the top force.
  7. I have seen Yeah offers front C-hub and rear knuckle arms for TA01 and TA02. Are both TA01 and Top Force's front C-hub and rear knuckle arms interchangeable?
  8. What about xtra speed and Jazrider? They both also offer aluminum gearbox cover for Top Force.
  9. Hello! I am going to rebuild my Top Force Evo with the following parts. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Tamiya-Front-Diff-Case-Motor-Mount-Parts-For-DF01-TA01-TA02-Manta-Ray-Top-Force-/254757114483 https://www.ebay.com/itm/Tamiya-Rear-Diff-Case-Motor-Mount-Parts-For-DF01-TA01-TA02-Manta-Ray-Top-Force-/254757105015 Arms and titanium pins for top force: https://m.facebook.com/pg/DSRCCLASSICS/photos/?ref=page_internal&mt_nav=0 And some alloy parts made by GPM What do you think the aluminum gearboxes?
  10. Top Force with TA03 ball diff for front and rear. Recently thinking a rebuild with GPM alloy parts and aluminum gearboxes cover.
  11. Also jazrider offers parts to strengthen the gearboxes of Top Force, and they are available on eBay.
  12. Rumour has it that brushless motor is no good for 4WD (both belt @nd shaft drive) with "ball differential". Any thoughts?
  13. I saw lots of YouTube video about this vehicle. Is that any good? I found it should not as sophisticated as both top force eco and hop up DB02 What do you think?
  14. I pretty sure hop up parts for db02 covered over 90% what the kit required. The remaining is no big deal mainly both body and non hop up parts
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