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Old 05-05-2012, 05:26 PM   #1921
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I think I want to sell mine. Ill posr post later and you guys can help me figureout a good price for it ?
I want to back to mini-z racing between my other hobbies I dont have time for rc racing (well I plan to race miniz)
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Old 05-05-2012, 05:26 PM   #1922
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I think I want to sell mine. Ill posr post later and you guys can help me figureout a good price for it ?
I want to back to mini-z racing between my other hobbies I dont have time for rc racing (well I plan to race miniz)
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Old 05-07-2012, 07:47 AM   #1923
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Guys...

I'm running tcs with 13,5 brushless on semi grip carpet...

I'm having problem with under and oversteer...

My setup is:
Front
300k gear diff
35wt oil + blue spring
Shock position std
Camber 2*
Toe out 1*
Droop 5
Ride height 5
Rear
7k geardiff
40wt oil + white spring
Shock std position
Camber 3*
Toe 2,5*
Droop 6
Ride height 5.5
Tyre is sorex 24r with medium insert and also try tamiya type c with medium insert

Please help me out..

Thanks in advance..
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Old 05-07-2012, 07:58 AM   #1924
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Guys...

I'm running tcs with 13,5 brushless on semi grip carpet...

I'm having problem with under and oversteer...

My setup is:
Front
300k gear diff
35wt oil + blue spring
Shock position std
Camber 2*
Toe out 1*
Droop 5
Ride height 5
Rear
7k geardiff
40wt oil + white spring
Shock std position
Camber 3*
Toe 2,5*
Droop 6
Ride height 5.5
Tyre is sorex 24r with medium insert and also try tamiya type c with medium insert

Please help me out..

Thanks in advance..
try removing front toe and blue rear spring yellow front.
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Old 05-07-2012, 11:51 AM   #1925
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Ok so I'm parting with both of my ta06 pros one has about twice the upgrades that the other has. I've rebuilt the gear diffs and shocks on both cars. I'm going to include a practice body for both.
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Old 05-07-2012, 07:12 PM   #1926
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try removing front toe and blue rear spring yellow front.
Ok°, I will change the sping and will see what is going to happen...
But I'm no sure what do you meant by removing front toe? Do you mean make the toe 0*?
I use original suspension mount setting which is 0* but I add 1* on the toe..

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Old 05-07-2012, 09:14 PM   #1927
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I am interested in purchasing a ta06 pro, couple of questions, does anyone sell a stainless steel screw kit, or where can you purchase allen head aluminum screws in the 3x48 size they are so long, also what idler are you using to replace the kit gear with thanks
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Old 05-07-2012, 09:18 PM   #1928
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The toe is adjusted by lengthening the turnbuckles that attach the steering knuckles to the steering link. 0* means the front tires are parallel to one another. Never run toe in (front of the tires closer together that the back of the tires) on the front of the car. If your front toe is 1* out it causes the car to initiate a turn easier but can cause it to hook sometimes, so as suggested give 0* a try. You could also try dropping the dual rate on your radio to see if it is just a little oversensitive to your driving style.
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Old 05-07-2012, 09:26 PM   #1929
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Does anybody know a good place to pick up a ta06 pro kit stateside? Preferably California?
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I ordered the ta06 pro, and wanted to get the 2007 nsx body, does the rear shock tower fit or is it too high for the body, I know the front uses the ifs setup, but not sure about the rear, will the ody clear the rear as well thanks
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I am interested in purchasing a ta06 pro, couple of questions, does anyone sell a stainless steel screw kit, or where can you purchase allen head aluminum screws in the 3x48 size they are so long, also what idler are you using to replace the kit gear with thanks
TQ sells a Ti screw kit by Yeah Racing, for the 417, and that would pretty much take care of the car, with the exception of the long gearbox screws, which they also sell seperately.

k4, try going thinner on your rear gear diff, I'm running 3k, which works awesome. Also, try a spool up front, even though it feels locked down with the 300k, it will still unload slightly, the spool makes it a blast to drive, as you can really power out of the corners.

As far as the toe, I'd leave that alone, I run 1.5 deg. toe out on mine, and works well. I'd run the 40wt oil all around and keep the stock white (yellow) springs all the way around. Silver sway bars front and rear will work great too.
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I ordered the ta06 pro, and wanted to get the 2007 nsx body, does the rear shock tower fit or is it too high for the body, I know the front uses the ifs setup, but not sure about the rear, will the ody clear the rear as well thanks
That is Shari am currently running. Yes,it fits, but use no body clips on the support. It is that low. It rests on the support tower.
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Does anybody know a good place to pick up a ta06 pro kit stateside? Preferably California?
TQ racing in Chino, or Speedtech RC in San Gabriel. Both should have them.
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TQ racing in Chino, or Speedtech RC in San Gabriel. Both should have them.
Neither have it in stock. Anybody STATESIDE have it in stock?!
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We should have some coming by the end of this week. I can save it for you if you want!
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