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Old 09-18-2011, 04:18 AM   #811
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My TA06 is now 1345 grams ready to race (incl. transponder).
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Old 09-18-2011, 04:49 AM   #812
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My TA06 is now 1345 grams ready to race (incl. transponder).
Is that with the body on top included?
Mine is (i think) still over 1500grams with body.
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My TA06 is now 1345 grams ready to race (incl. transponder).
Please share what was changed. I'm waiting on my low friction belt and carbon battery door to weigh mine.
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Is that with the body on top included?
Mine is (i think) still over 1500grams with body.
including PF mazda speed 6 LW body
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Old 09-18-2011, 05:21 AM   #815
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Please share what was changed. I'm waiting on my low friction belt and carbon battery door to weigh mine.
Nothing special.

carbon battery hatch
417 diff outdrives
carbon idler gear shaft
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Superb car on carpent. Very easy to drive with the gear diff front (100.000) and gear diff in the rear with very smooth grease.
With the spool the car was faster and still very easy to drive, little nervous there and there.
I have the 417 plastic parts.
No swaybars used this time.
My motor is 17,5 lrp and gearded 4,5.
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Old 09-19-2011, 03:45 AM   #817
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Superb car on carpent. Very easy to drive with the gear diff front (100.000) and gear diff in the rear with very smooth grease.
With the spool the car was faster and still very easy to drive, little nervous there and there.
I have the 417 plastic parts.
No swaybars used this time.
My motor is 17,5 lrp and gearded 4,5.
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May I ask what grease are you using for rear diff? Cause my rear diff is very leaky. Cheers
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Nothing special.

carbon battery hatch
417 diff outdrives
carbon idler gear shaft
I thought the 417 alum outdrive didn't fit you got a part#?

you had the shaft made from someone? Those two shafts are rather heavy.
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Is there a market for the front and rear damper stay and battery holder made of very high quality carbon.
CNC cut.
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Is there a market for the front and rear damper stay and battery holder made of very high quality carbon.
CNC cut.
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Yes... Tamiya will be relessing theirs soon..
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Yes... Tamiya will be relessing theirs soon..
Is there something that should be changing in the shocktowers or in the battery holder.
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Is there something that should be changing in the shocktowers or in the battery holder.
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i dont know... all seems fine as is so far..

altho.. i dont really care for the rear body post mounts on the tower... I like the previous ones better..
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Is there a market for the front and rear damper stay and battery holder made of very high quality carbon.
CNC cut.
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54324 TA06 Carbon Damper Stay (Front)
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I thought the 417 alum outdrive didn't fit you got a part#?

you had the shaft made from someone? Those two shafts are rather heavy.
51469, need 2 pair per diff

The shaft is from the M01 (hop-up)

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May I ask what grease are you using for rear diff? Cause my rear diff is very leaky. Cheers
You need to go to a ball diff in the rear I rebuilt mine 3 times and gave up also rebuild the front diff and use much thicker oil in the front it will decrease the chance of a rebuild and help out a lot with the performance of the car
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