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Old 10-06-2012, 12:35 AM   #2221
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My body for my x-TA05V2

Very nice! What kind of wheels are you using?
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Old 10-06-2012, 11:14 PM   #2222
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Heya guys. Quick question. Has the TA05 V2 R ever been released with any different damper set other than TRF Special Damper Set - Hard Black Coating
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https://www.tamiyausa.com/product/it...oduct-id=42102
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Old 10-06-2012, 11:16 PM   #2223
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That's it for hop up. But since I don't race in tcs I bought 3racing one for $25 shipped on eBay and I like them a lot.
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Old 10-06-2012, 11:22 PM   #2224
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Heya guys. Quick question. Has the TA05 V2 R ever been released with any different damper set other than TRF Special Damper Set - Hard Black Coating
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https://www.tamiyausa.com/product/it...oduct-id=42102
I bought a second hand TA05 V2 R and it came with the dampers pictured.
I dont know wht they are but I want confirmation they arent the kit ones - I think they are the 3Racing ones.
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Yes. They are nice and smooth. Makes a huge improvement over stock ones.
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Old 10-06-2012, 11:50 PM   #2226
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Yes. They are nice and smooth. Makes a huge improvement over stock ones.
So they are the 3racing dampers and not the TRF ones?
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Old 10-06-2012, 11:50 PM   #2227
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They look just like my 3racing ones.
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Old 10-07-2012, 01:30 PM   #2228
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TA05v1 wins Speedtechrc's Grand Club Race

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Old 10-07-2012, 06:24 PM   #2229
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if anyone is interested, I have a brandnew ta05 ver ii, it started life as a ver ii type r, I then added a exotec chassis, and bought every tamiya option part for it, including all blue screws, spend almost 1200 on it, it looks amazing, pm me if interested, also have the 2007 nsx bodies with it two finished and 4 brand new, comes with all the option tags from all the parts added to it, here are some pics



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TAMIYA ALUMINUM TRF SHOCKS WITH BOTTOM ALUMINUM RETAINERS
TAMIYA ALUMINUM IFS FRONT BULK HEAD LOWER AND UPPER
TAMIYA ALUMINUM REAR ALUMINUM BULK HEAD LOWER AND UPPER
TAMIYA CVD FRONT AND REAR
ALL SHIMS AND SPACERS ARE TAMIYA ALUMINUM BLUE ONES
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TAMIYA ALUMINUM RACING STEERING SET
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SQUARE ALUMINUM C HUBS
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TAMIYA LOW FRICTION BELTS FRONT AND REAR
TAMIYA FRONT SPOOL
SPEC R REAR GEAR DIFF
TAMIYA CARBON REAR IFS CARBON STAY
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TAMIYA LIGHTWEIGHT NEW NSX 2007 BODY SET COMPLETE NEW OR THE BUILT ONE
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Old 10-07-2012, 06:30 PM   #2230
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Very nice! What kind of wheels are you using?
Those look like Solaris rims (could be premount)
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I bought a ta05 direct coupling diff (53877) to put on the rear of my v2 for drifting setup and the belt is too loose even at the tightest setting. What options do I have to make it work?
Will TA05 version1 belt do the job? It is 339mm which is 3mm shorter than version 2 belt.

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I bought a ta05 direct coupling diff (53877) to put on the rear of my v2 for drifting setup and the belt is too loose even at the tightest setting. What options do I have to make it work?
If the belts and pulleys are new, then make sure the diff ratchet adjusters are properly installed. If they are reversed or the outside is assembled inside the belts will be loose. double check everything per the instructions manual.
How do I know this? Don't ask!! hahaha!

When I assembled mine correctly the belts were very tight. I had to back it one or two notches.
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Old 10-07-2012, 08:03 PM   #2233
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I triple checked it. But the direct coupling diff pulley is 36T. The OEM is 37T. That one tooth makes a big difference in circumference of the pulley.
I am going to order 53843 belt.

Edit: on the package it says to use with 54023, which is a 37T pulley. I will order that instead.

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Old 10-07-2012, 09:37 PM   #2234
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I triple checked it. But the direct coupling diff pulley is 36T. The OEM is 37T. That one tooth makes a big difference in circumference of the pulley.
I am going to order 53843 belt.

Edit: on the package it says to use with 54023, which is a 37T pulley. I will order that instead.
Yep, the V1 TA05 uses 36 tooth pulley's, where the V2 use 37 tooth pulley's.

I've been using these pulley's for the last 10 months of regular weekend racing in my V2 TA05 and they have held up surprisingly well. One of them is used on a ball diff and the other is a direct coupling.

http://broadtechonlineshop.com/eagle...px?id=DP01-37T

They range from 36tooth to 40tooth.

There's also a bunch of good drifting accessories for the TA05 at that site, I've ordered quite a few items from them and their shipping times are very good.

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zaraz does that have the one way center diff?
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