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Old 04-13-2011, 04:29 PM   #1741
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I am rebuilding a TA05 IFS I bought used and have a few burning questions?

4) It seems the instruction manual for where to rotate the diff carriers to for belt tension is very loose too?

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Yeah it's strange and I've asked a few people about it. So far everyone has directed me to run the car with those belts very slack.
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Old 04-21-2011, 01:57 PM   #1742
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Hey guys,
I'm new to Tamiya cars, and just recently built up a Ta-05 v2.
its powered by a mamba max pro + 6900kv motor.

I took it out for a test run last night.. and drove it into the curb.
that has left me with a broken steering knuckle.

I'm looking to upgrade that to aluminum, just wondering what the correct part numbers are.
Also, I want to run CVD's as the ones that came with the car keep popping out.
does anyone know what would work for the v2's ?
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Hey guys,
I'm new to Tamiya cars, and just recently built up a Ta-05 v2.
its powered by a mamba max pro + 6900kv motor.

I took it out for a test run last night.. and drove it into the curb.
that has left me with a broken steering knuckle.

I'm looking to upgrade that to aluminum, just wondering what the correct part numbers are.
Also, I want to run CVD's as the ones that came with the car keep popping out.
does anyone know what would work for the v2's ?


CVD Parts List (Listed on page 17 in the TA05 ver.II instruction manual)

51092 46mm Swing Shaft
53500 Cross Joints For Assembly Universal Shaft Set
54076 Wheel Axle For Assembly Universal Shaft
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Old 04-21-2011, 05:52 PM   #1744
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Thanks Geppeto.
Didn't think to look in the manual. This is a whole different set of parts in here !
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Old 04-22-2011, 04:15 PM   #1745
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Yeah it's strange and I've asked a few people about it. So far everyone has directed me to run the car with those belts very slack.
Or run a diff belt with one less teeth.
How much slack do yall have ?

There are some belts with their teeth counts. And what they came out off.
Just make sure to match wide and slim belts with correct diffs.
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Old 04-22-2011, 07:00 PM   #1746
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Anyone tried running center one way with front spool?

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Old 04-23-2011, 06:25 AM   #1747
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Or run a diff belt with one less teeth.
How much slack do yall have ?

There are some belts with their teeth counts. And what they came out off.
Just make sure to match wide and slim belts with correct diffs.
http://formuladrc.forumotion.com/t33...r-some-cs-mods
Well...

(as per the manual and your nifity table, everything's stock by the way)

Center = 18T
Diff = 37T
Belt = 166T

And the A2/A11 combo is set to notch "#4" from the center (on the loose side). What does that all mean?

When I take my finger and press down on the middle of the belt, it depresses almost to the point where I can make the two touch. It's really slack, but it's the stock settings and the car works REALLY well. I don't think it's wrong, just surprisingly loose...
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Old 04-26-2011, 06:50 PM   #1748
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What is the best alternative to eliminate linear drive chuckle, I have my TX down all the way to 70% but for short tight tracks the turn rate is to wide.

It has Tamiya 416 universals and spoll.

Other universals? Someone suggested piccking up the front suspension have you heard about this?

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Guys,

What is the best alternative to eliminate linear drive chuckle, I have my TX down all the way to 70% but for short tight tracks the turn rate is to wide.

It has Tamiya 416 universals and spoll.

Other universals? Someone suggested piccking up the front suspension have you heard about this?

I apreciatte your feedback,
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There will always be chattering for spool. It's something to do with resonance frequency since both wheels are locked and any slight variation in rotation mass would not get dissipated through differentials.

But if you put it down on the ground and run it, the problem will go away because overall ratation is slower, plus the tire act as a resonance damping for the spool. There are no known problem with the chatter, even when running in mod. The TRF driver Jilles said: "The chatter which you get running a spool is normal, when you drive you will not notice it anymore." from http://www.petitrc.com/reglages/tami...ssisSetup.html
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Guys,

What is the best alternative to eliminate linear drive chuckle, I have my TX down all the way to 70% but for short tight tracks the turn rate is to wide.

It has Tamiya 416 universals and spoll.

Other universals? Someone suggested piccking up the front suspension have you heard about this?

I apreciatte your feedback,
Marcos
the spec.r dcj's or the arrowmax ecs' should get rid of the chatter especially if u feel like spending some hard earned money.
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the spec.r dcj's or the arrowmax ecs' should get rid of the chatter especially if u feel like spending some hard earned money.
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Should I make any changes in the car from switching from carpet to asphalt?

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Should I make any changes in the car from switching from carpet to asphalt?

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What class are you running? (...because I'm wondering this as well)
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Does anyone run this for drifting? If so, what ESC or motor do you recommend?
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Am I right in thinking that Tamiya were showing a gear diff for the TA05 at a recent show? Any more details on release dates etc?

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