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Old 08-19-2008, 11:37 AM   #391
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Just a quick question, does anyone do a spool for this car ? what other bits are woth getting ? as i plan to go 13.5 or 10.5 brushless racing at my local outdoor club.
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have spool, 13.5 outdoors on great new-pave plot. good luck

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Old 08-19-2008, 02:10 PM   #393
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The front spool allows the car to brake later to set-up for a corner, also gives the vehicle much more stability during both braking and accelerating.
Excellent for outdoor racing not so much for carpet racing....
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Old 08-19-2008, 10:24 PM   #394
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okies,

here is a list of stuff you need to get if you are converting from ta05 to ta05 IFS; exclude all the red items if you own a ta05R cos you already have those parts in your kit.

- N-part = 51294, can be replaced with reinforced N-part = 53991 (you will need to get 4 850 bearings for the rocker arms unless you get 53993 which comes with bearings)
- F-part = 51293 (trust me, its not the same)
- C-part = 51296 (trust me, its not the same either)
- 3x9.5 step screw, comes in a pair = 9805840
- rocker nut, comes in a pair = 9808126, can be replaced with aluminium rocker nut = 53992
- aluminium rocker arm set (for bling, cos you get real good and stiff rocker arms with 53991) = 53993
- carbon rear shock tower = 53994 (also for bling)
- LW reversible arms (your choice, hard/soft/short/long) and corresponding axles (ta05R owners already have these arms).
- E-part = 51298 (ta05R owners already have this)
- 2 3x0.7 aluminium spacer (from wherever, you can get this in a pack of spacers or singly)
- 2 28mm turnbuckles
- 2 4.6x4.7 flange tube (for the steering knuckles) = 51100
- 2 4.5x3.5 flange tube (for the steering knuckles) = 9808021
- 2 5x8 ball connector
(for the steering knuckles) = 53969

slap them together and you will have a TA05 IFS!

good luck!

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p.s. dunt bother with the alloy steering hubs as you will spend a minor fortune on replacement bearings... non of the parts you listed are neccesary, only the ones in my list.

Hi guys,

Sorry to bring out this old post for the standard 05 to IFS conversion.

I have 2 questions:

1. Can I use 2 3x32mm turnbuckles instead of the 28mm? (Read the IFS-R manual and they are using the 32mm)

2. The IFS-R is using 54031 for the F parts and 51332 for the C parts. Which should I follow? The part numbers as suggested by foampervert or the manual?

Please enlighten. Many thanks.
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Old 08-20-2008, 02:32 AM   #395
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The front spool allows the car to brake later to set-up for a corner, also gives the vehicle much more stability during both braking and accelerating.
Excellent for outdoor racing not so much for carpet racing....
Is the centre one way useful for outdoor asphalt? Or spool is better for the 13.5/17.5 class?
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Old 08-25-2008, 01:39 AM   #396
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Is the centre one way useful for outdoor asphalt? Or spool is better for the 13.5/17.5 class?

yup, it works fine for me for outdoor asphalt. i use front and centre one way. but u cant really use brakes though, just release th throttle and hold at a certain point just enough for the car to take corners and turns. but still, this will depend on your own preference.

bro, diesel. u can use either 32mm or 28mm turnbuckle. my local shop ran out of the 28 mm and i used the 32mm one. works just the same. i cant answer ur 2nd question though.
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Old 08-25-2008, 11:17 AM   #397
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Anyone can help me with a setting for spool on asphalt using high grip tires like the RP36? Thanks oh, this is for a 17.5 class
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hope someone can help me with this
the 53935 wide pitch pulleu
how does it work? can you use the standard belt?
and why is the spool 36T belt will be larger!

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Old 08-25-2008, 01:11 PM   #399
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For the IFS-R
Will this:
http://rcmarket.com.hk/product_info....jcjjn500ksj6q3
work with this:
http://rcmarket.com.hk/product_info....oducts_id=1408
or this?:
http://rcmarket.com.hk/product_info....oducts_id=2800

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Old 08-28-2008, 03:50 PM   #400
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I just opened my rear diff...(ifs-r) -the balls have eaten the holes really wide, and the balls have stuck at the edges of the holes.

-what happened? -too loose diff?

-what can i use as a spare? - also a better,more durable parts if available.

Link please, rcmart if possible.

-i dont know what of the standard ifs parts will fit.
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Yikes. How long have you ran the diff?
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Maybe 5 packs. -Mamba maxx 5700 and 2s lipos. -it could have happened cause i use high grip foams too, i dont know.
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A loose or slipping diff can destroy the pulley in one run. It's better to be a little tight than a little loose.

Just rebuild it according to the manual and it will last a very long time. I've gotten a whole season of racing from mine and it's still tight. (Stock diff with wide spaced pulley).
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I just opened my rear diff...(ifs-r) -the balls have eaten the holes really wide, and the balls have stuck at the edges of the holes.

-what happened? -too loose diff?

-what can i use as a spare? - also a better,more durable parts if available.
95% of probability that it was too loose. This ends up in heating up quite dramatically when using high power motors. Unfortunately this gets past unnoticed because usually nobody is touching the diff after running the car. Most probably it heated up so much that the balls got 'melted' into the edges of the holes in the pulley.

Although I've never had any issues with the original diff, I tried to use the 'reinforced' version like some of the TRF416 guys, that is: building the diff with the original pulley (not the wide pitch), using 16 (!) balls and the large diff rings from the DB01 or TRF501X. I did this using ceramic balls and it was (and still is) the best running diff I ever had, even with 4.5T brushless and 2s LiPos no slipping even if it doesn't need to be tightened as much due to the high number of diff balls...!

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ups, just saw these unanswered questions:

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hope someone can help me with this
the 53935 wide pitch pulleu
how does it work? can you use the standard belt?
and why is the spool 36T belt will be larger!
It works exactly the same as the standard pulley and you can use the standard belt. 'Wide' refers to the distance between the single pitch for the belt, the 'wide pitch' carries only half as much pitchs but they are double as wide as on the original pulley.
For the spool you need the special wide pitch pulley (for spool/one-way) which has a larger inner diameter to fit on the spool. Still you can use the same standard belt.

The second one (one-way pulley 37T) should fit to the spool ('direct coupling')...


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