Twin/double 70097 and 70168 gearboxes question

The TAMIYA 70168 comes with 4 available ratios, and the position of the two axles depend on the ratio you choose when building the gearbox.

What about the TAMIYA 70097? Does each motor drive its axle (as in the 70168) or there’s just one single axle driven by the two motors at the same time?

The 70097 comes with 4 ratios too, does it alter the axle position too, or it’s fixed no matter with ratio you build the gearbox to?



Please look at the pictures tab of these products. These pictures should answer all of your questions. On the 70097, there are two separate axles, each driven by a separate motor. The axle position must be altered depending on the gear ratio you choose.

- Ryan