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Old 10-01-2008, 01:18 AM   #496
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what's unique on that particular center one-way when compared to other 18T center one-ways?
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Old 10-01-2008, 01:52 AM   #497
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Well, I spent about an hour at the track today, The car handles fantastic for the kit setup, Minus the massive amount of front tow the manual gives.

Basically just put the car on the setup jig, And mirrored everything, So it was all tight and exact.

Handles great, Struggled with steering, So I will work on that during the race day on Sunday.

So, It is a bxtch to build, But handles superb on the track. I guess it can only get better.


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Old 10-01-2008, 02:36 AM   #498
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The ifsr has it's own unique centre one way (18t) and with the front one way you use a Tamiya Durga front one way pulley not the one included.
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ok....another build question here. trying to install the steering servo. im using a futaba S9450 digital servo and noticed that the ears of the servo is hitting the center rail of the chassis. can you guys picture what im trying to say??? any of you guys had this problem??? also did you guys ended up cutting away the outer part of the chassis for the servo saver to clear just like what the manual said?? thanks!
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you have to cut the ears of your servo, not the chassis. isn't is indicated in your manual?
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Dear all TA05 IFS R user..

I need to know , tamiya release front belt for using front one way / center one way?
because I used front one way with smaller front pulley the stock belt becomes loose, not tight, even I already adjust the front pulley on front bulkhead.

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You have to get the 37T one-way pulley from the DB-01. That's the correct pulley to use.



If you used 36T pulley front and 37T pulley rear, your car would drive very weird because the rear wheels would be spinning slower than the front...
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you have to cut the ears of your servo, not the chassis. isn't is indicated in your manual?
nope....nothing was said on the manual about cutting the ears on my servo. but did any of you guys cut the outer part of the tub chassis to clear the servo saver when it turns??? that part was mentioned on the manual though. thanks
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It says in the manual to remove the lower ear from your servo.


What are you guys using for a spool ?
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What are you guys using for a spool ?
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I use this ( 53877 )


with this pulley ( 54023 )


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did any of you guys cut the outer part of the tub chassis to clear the servo saver when it turns??? that part was mentioned on the manual though. thanks
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Yes i did mod the chassis to clear the servo saver ( i just cut a v into the side wall till it clears the servo saver )

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nope....nothing was said on the manual about cutting the ears on my servo. but did any of you guys cut the outer part of the tub chassis to clear the servo saver when it turns??? that part was mentioned on the manual though. thanks

you have to cut those ears off. and also, check first if your servo saver hits the "outer part" of your tub. i didn't have to cut/shave mine 'coz my servo saver is not hitting the walls of my chassis.
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Does the NSX 2007 fit a regular TA05 or is it to low?
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Has anybody tried using the Pan-touring bodies (200mm pancar) on the IFS? If so what bodies have you used?
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Does the NSX 2007 fit a regular TA05 or is it to low?
It might work if you cut a hole in the hood for the shocks and shock tower. Plus you may have to switch to the IFS rear carbon-fiber shock tower, but I can't be sure...

Otherwise it's much too low. The 2007 hood dips down from the fenders, and that's what makes all the difference (in looks and fit)...

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I just got my IFS-r together. I have a Mamba Max 5700 brushless setup I am putting in it. I mounted the motor mount fine, but the ESC doesn't fit where it is supposed to go. Should I mount it on top of the servo? Where have you guys mounted yours? Any ideas and suggestions would be great. Pics will be helpful as well.

I will post pics soon.
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