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Old 12-20-2010, 01:22 PM   #1546
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Default Me so happy!!!!!

After a few days of thinking and a few headaches further, I finally made a decision, No Xray T3, no TB03R and no other makes, just stay with the initial plan.
So I just did it and bought a TA05 ver2 R!!!!!!!!! That's why me so happy

Gonna race it with GM 80R esc and 13.5T GM evo3 BL motor. a protoform R9R body
Hope the car will arrive before our next indoor club meeting in januari.

If you guys have any good idea's or some do's and don'ts regarding the car just let me know
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Old 12-20-2010, 06:34 PM   #1547
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Does anyone know , What weight would a ta05 R vII would be with a 5000mah li-po in ready to race format with brushless.? also how is the side to side balance without any weight added and a 5000mah li-po?
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Old 12-20-2010, 06:58 PM   #1548
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I drilled balancing holes at the front and rear to figure out what was needed. I ended up putting a 38 gram weight on the right side of the chassis. The car has a GTB, Futaba R603FS receiver, Thunder Power 5000Mah battery and a Airtronics 94758 servo.
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Does anyone know , What weight would a ta05 R vII would be with a 5000mah li-po in ready to race format with brushless.? also how is the side to side balance without any weight added and a 5000mah li-po?
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Old 12-25-2010, 07:23 AM   #1549
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Do you have to be a good drifting driver to be a good touring driver?
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Old 12-25-2010, 04:24 PM   #1550
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Drifting and racing is a whole different ball game.

I think atleast never drifted myself though.
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Old 12-25-2010, 07:14 PM   #1551
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Do you have to be a good drifting driver to be a good touring driver?
No you dont have to be.
But doing drifting back then alot, back in the days.
It gives you lil different lines to take (Not the best but emergency lines if you overshot the turn), and drifting you also get some recovering action.
But nothing a racer cant learn or get a feel for.
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BUT ANY ONE owns a TA05 IFS with the EX05 chassis and raced it competivly among TCX, Xrays, TC5, E4RS, Cyclones and TC6 as a racer before ? If so how does it stack up to the competition in the race world ?

I want to get another exotic chassis and EX05 looks appealing.
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Old 12-26-2010, 10:34 AM   #1552
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Hello.
I just have a question about these 3r-ta05-if 02
What is the length? If there is anyone here who knows.
Searching for my FF03 on them is 44mm.
/ Johan

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Old 12-26-2010, 06:49 PM   #1553
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What is the difference between tamiya's ceramic grease,molybdenum grease and cera-grease HG?
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Old 12-29-2010, 12:01 PM   #1554
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Default What 48 pitch spur and gear to use with Havoc spec 13.5

I want to use a ta05 v2 for parking lot use (no tracks near here) and would prefer 48 pitch setup for use with the novak havoc 13.5. What spur and pinion combo would you recommend with this motor.
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Old 12-29-2010, 07:09 PM   #1555
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I want to use a ta05 v2 for parking lot use (no tracks near here) and would prefer 48 pitch setup for use with the novak havoc 13.5. What spur and pinion combo would you recommend with this motor.
I'm using the havoc 13.5 with a 48pitch 28t pinion with the stock spur gear.

I don't know if Tamiya's spur gear is exactly 48 pitch though..
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Old 01-07-2011, 08:11 AM   #1556
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Stared to build my "R"ace car. Anyone some advise regarding the build, like must have hop-ups!! please let me know.
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Old 01-08-2011, 04:22 AM   #1557
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Hey guys been flippin through the pages but can't find anything on this problem... Built the car (ta05 v2) all stock but when i drive in a straight line, say 1% - 50% throttle the car sort of sways from left to right sort of like i quickly steered left then right then straight (if that makes any sense)... i have put o-rings in the to tighten the drive shafts but still nothing... the servo isn't twitching so now im all at sea... any help would be greatly appreciated
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Hey guys been flippin through the pages but can't find anything on this problem... Built the car (ta05 v2) all stock but when i drive in a straight line, say 1% - 50% throttle the car sort of sways from left to right sort of like i quickly steered left then right then straight (if that makes any sense)... i have put o-rings in the to tighten the drive shafts but still nothing... the servo isn't twitching so now im all at sea... any help would be greatly appreciated
you probably need to setup the car still, eg: droop, ride height, camber, toe, etc etc.
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Old 01-09-2011, 08:54 AM   #1559
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Stared to build my "R"ace car. Anyone some advise regarding the build, like must have hop-ups!! please let me know.
ditch the IFS and use the usual front shock tower (CF front and rear). just my $0.02.
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I really like the new "R" version and never had a problem with the IFS setup.
The only "hop-up" that I have put on it that I really felt the need for is the Tamiya TB-03 Racing Steering Set (54095)
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