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Old 02-14-2011, 06:22 PM   #1621
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Here are a few photos and a video of my first IFS car...a TA05 Frankenstien project. It's got pieces from various versions along with just about every imaginable hop-up


Thanks to my brother for shooting the video on his new camera. This footage is from only the car's second run / battery pack. Not bad...but was made better on subsequent runs
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Do you have a part number for that body?
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Old 02-14-2011, 06:57 PM   #1622
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Do you have a part number for that body?
Its Tamiya's RC Body Set Raybrig HSV-010 Item #51429
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Old 02-14-2011, 07:06 PM   #1623
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Looks great Rtype

How's she drive ?
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Old 02-14-2011, 09:08 PM   #1624
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Any recommend for the gear ratio etc; Pulley, Pinion Gear, Spur Gear. I am running on the Tamiya Brushless 12T motor, ESC(Tamiya). Track size is about a basketball court. Thanks for the advice.
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Here's a picture of my lastest body, the Go Go Go Shaken 408R.

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Old 02-15-2011, 07:23 AM   #1626
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Looks great Rtype

How's she drive ?
What's happening dude? I *finally* got an IFS car I can't really make a statement on how it performs because this is my first one. The body is okay I guess. With the plastic wing, it felt nervous off-center and entry, slight mid-corner push, and a bit loose on exit. With the option wing (car looks like a shopping cart) on low downforce setting, it was much more planted on entry, same mid-corner, and only a touch loose on exit. Of course, this could all be a setup issue and not the body. I was also running the spec B3 combo.

I'm currently "masking" a low-nose 2007 Raybrig NSX. It looks cool.
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Old 02-15-2011, 08:13 AM   #1627
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Old 02-15-2011, 09:28 AM   #1628
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What's happening dude? I *finally* got an IFS car I can't really make a statement on how it performs because this is my first one. The body is okay I guess. With the plastic wing, it felt nervous off-center and entry, slight mid-corner push, and a bit loose on exit. With the option wing (car looks like a shopping cart) on low downforce setting, it was much more planted on entry, same mid-corner, and only a touch loose on exit. Of course, this could all be a setup issue and not the body. I was also running the spec B3 combo.

I'm currently "masking" a low-nose 2007 Raybrig NSX. It looks cool.
Kinda sounds like the Scooby I had with the sweet looking kit wing, vs: the option wing that actually did something...
Thanks again to T.Kahl for the upgrade
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What's happening dude? I *finally* got an IFS car I can't really make a statement on how it performs because this is my first one. The body is okay I guess. With the plastic wing, it felt nervous off-center and entry, slight mid-corner push, and a bit loose on exit. With the option wing (car looks like a shopping cart) on low downforce setting, it was much more planted on entry, same mid-corner, and only a touch loose on exit. Of course, this could all be a setup issue and not the body. I was also running the spec B3 combo.

I'm currently "masking" a low-nose 2007 Raybrig NSX. It looks cool.
cant wait to see that Raybrig NSX body they are sooo nice!
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Wow!!! You did a great job detailing that body. Looks great. Makes me wish I hadn't sold my IFS-R. Love the rear wing, too.

BTW, what real car is that body supposed to be? I see the Honda decals, but I don't recognize it???

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Wow!!! You did a great job detailing that body. Looks great. Makes me wish I hadn't sold my IFS-R. Love the rear wing, too.

BTW, what real car is that body supposed to be? I see the Honda decals, but I don't recognize it???

Sweet!
It is a Honda HSV-010.

It was a road car project to replace the NSX which never happened. So they race it in Super GT (Japanese GT series) instead.
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Old 02-15-2011, 03:33 PM   #1633
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Ok. I see it now, and recall reading about this model. However, the Rabrig livery really does set it off. Also, I didn't know that Tamiya had a version of it. Tamiya did a nice job reproducing the lines. Wish Tamiya would reproduce a similar GT body for their non-IFS chassis.
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Old 02-20-2011, 09:06 PM   #1635
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I have a brand new TA05V.2R and it keeps pulling hard to the left, my back diff was to loose and I tightened it still pulls to the left. The wheels look to be centered correctly. I am running a spool on the front, any one know where the problem is?
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