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Old 06-24-2012, 09:58 AM   #2011
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took the car apart and will try again, but what I could not undertand even when I swaped the shocks left to right the car still torque steered to the right, droop is even from left to right etc, I am at a loss to understand this car, my 417x is amazing, my ta05 ver ii with ifs and exotek chassis is even faster, but this car is not working how I want it to
do you have gear diffs or ball diffs. My cars with gear diffs sometimes would diff out and handle funny. on my F1 car I change from gear diff to ball diff, huge difference, tracted straight no odd right turns into the barriers and smoother. sometimes choosing the appropriate diff oil or not may make a difference.
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took the car apart and will try again, but what I could not undertand even when I swaped the shocks left to right the car still torque steered to the right, droop is even from left to right etc, I am at a loss to understand this car, my 417x is amazing, my ta05 ver ii with ifs and exotek chassis is even faster, but this car is not working how I want it to
Bad wheel bearings can also cause this, as well as camber settings, if they are different on left/right side.

If Caster is different, (L/R), that can also cause it to veer.
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Old 06-24-2012, 10:21 PM   #2013
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You are reffering to "droop" and not drool.....
hahahah you are right. Its the droop.
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Hi guys,
will it be a big thing to get a FOW or Cow for touring? which of the two do you use?

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Old 06-29-2012, 10:33 PM   #2015
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Has anyone here tried the rsector rs6 recently? I plan on getting one with a shorty pack and my r10 pro behind. It looks plausible but I haven't check the dimension for the lipo tray. What did you like and didn't like about the chassis kit? Thanks
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Old 06-30-2012, 12:03 AM   #2016
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The dimension of the lipo tray is 139.5x48x28mm, shorty pack with r10 behind it is not a problem.
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Old 06-30-2012, 12:57 AM   #2017
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The dimension of the lipo tray is 139.5x48x28mm, shorty pack with r10 behind it is not a problem.
Perfect thanks kind sir. Also do you guys provide military discounts by any chance? Had to bring it up
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Old 06-30-2012, 09:09 PM   #2018
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Default Exotek EX06 + Rsector Right Handed Steering Arms

Hi guys,
I saw put the right steering arm viewing this Thread.
It's nice this is
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Old 07-01-2012, 03:45 PM   #2019
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Who sells the steering set and how did you mount the servo to
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Old 07-01-2012, 10:38 PM   #2020
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Anyone knows where I can get some nice wheels and a Nissan skyline body already painted for my TA06?
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Just got in a few of the latest TA06 hop ups in. (bottom of page)

Rocker arm bridge, Alum. motor mount adapter, rear spool and alum. rear stiffeners...
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Got a question for the TA06 Guru's.

Our club along with others in our state run a 21.5 blinky class. The roll outs that are needed are around 62-72mm, or around a 3.1 FDR.
Are these achievable with the TA06? If so, what size 48pitch Spurs & Pinions would be needed?
Also would there be enough travel for the motor to move either back or forwards so the gears can mesh? Unlike a TA05 the spur gear sits higher then the motor much like a old TA04, which was hard to get some gear ratios.

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Just got in a few of the latest TA06 hop ups in. (bottom of page)

Rocker arm bridge, Alum. motor mount adapter, rear spool and alum. rear stiffeners...
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Old 07-05-2012, 09:32 PM   #2024
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where did you get the aluminum bulkheads from? are these a Tamiya new hop up part.
wonder what is the weight difference running IFS and upright.

mine 06 weighting 1500grams.
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where do those blue alum. front pulleys with the little holes come from....me need those bad
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