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Old 09-10-2009, 08:25 AM   #211
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Hi I am thinking of changing to 8.5 BL Novak what is the spur & pinion gear i should use or anyone here have the format to calucate the gear ratio? Pls adverise, thank you.

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Old 09-14-2009, 12:58 AM   #212
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Can this use on Ver.2 53939 Lightweight Wheel Axle for Reversible Suspension? Any improvement?
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Hi all,

I have the same problem. Almost from the begining I have skipping problem. I have tried everything, replace belts, pulleys. The final conclusion is that, there is a little abrasion in the aluminium motor mount so the bearing can move a little in it. When I'm breaking hard, the belt pull the center shaft and the outer center-pulley can move forward a little.
The problem is that I can't find the motor mount as a part in any store...

Can anyone help me?

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I have just solve my problem and what they said about the eccentric diff holder is right. I adjust it and put it on the last slot or the last hole, and the belt was perfect. I hope you got it too. Open the rear bulkheads and remove the diffs, and the eccentric diff holder. In the manual it lets u place the teeth to the 4th hole, turn it around and shoot it to the last, make sure that when doing this, the other holes should be going towards the side of the motor or towards front, not towards rear cause you will make it more loose.
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Can this use on Ver.2 53939 Lightweight Wheel Axle for Reversible Suspension? Any improvement?
I'm not 100% sure which ones that is, but I do know that the 54076 axles(from the TB03 & 416) are the only ones that are the correct length(I mean the part of it that goes through the bearings, the 54076 ones are longer than the older ones that went with the reverible suspension). And besides, the 54076 axles are plenty light as they are....
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I have measured various wheelaxles from tamiya in a bid to find longer ones to fit my YR F2 but found they were all the same length and 2mm shorter than what I needed. (The Yokomo axles are 2mm longer because they have an extra spacer behind the wheel hex).

I am not sure what cars the axles I measured fit, but they do fit the DF03, TA05, TA05MS, DF03RA chassies (I tested). I had a look at 416WE as well and they seem the same. I think the WE uses the short reversible suspension, so there you go.

Not sure what benefit the lightweight would bring about, but they are not titanium if that's what you hope. Titanium axles would be a lot more expensive than that, and once bent they don't bend back. They break. Steel at least gives you a chance at bending them back if you do it properly. I have managed to do it, but takes a lot of patience to make sure they're true.
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I have just solve my problem and what they said about the eccentric diff holder is right. I adjust it and put it on the last slot or the last hole, and the belt was perfect. I hope you got it too. Open the rear bulkheads and remove the diffs, and the eccentric diff holder. In the manual it lets u place the teeth to the 4th hole, turn it around and shoot it to the last, make sure that when doing this, the other holes should be going towards the side of the motor or towards front, not towards rear cause you will make it more loose.
Hi,

Because the center pullys and the belts are rather used from skipping I have ordered new ones from them. They will arrive next week and after it I can test the mentioned settings. I hope it will solve my problem also.

Will see...

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Just own a verII and saw that there was an option hop up part for the one way diff for TA05. Wondering if it will match verII. Does anyone knows which part cannot be fitted on the verII from TA05 & IFS please? Thanks in advance
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Just own a verII and saw that there was an option hop up part for the one way diff for TA05. Wondering if it will match verII. Does anyone knows which part cannot be fitted on the verII from TA05 & IFS please? Thanks in advance
Almost all parts are interchangeable. Only difference between the two are the chassis, motor mount/spur gear holder, bumper mount, and inside suspension mounts. So, all diffs that are used with the TA05 can be used with V.2.

Go HERE for a list of hop-ups.
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Thanks for the prompt reply. Am waiting for my verII to be finish install then look out for a few option parts as i will be using this mostly for drifting and touring.
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Almost all parts are interchangeable. Only difference between the two are the chassis, motor mount/spur gear holder, bumper mount, and inside suspension mounts. So, all diffs that are used with the TA05 can be used with V.2.

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It won't simply bolt on because it has a built-in 16T pulley on the one-way. TA05 ver-2 ueses 18T center pullies. You would have to get the old TA05 center pulley and belts to make it work...

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Got myself a carbon chasis kit for my TA05 verII. The part number is Ta05-IF22/V2 but when i tried installing it, it doesnt seem to fit at a various places. Does anyone knows if there is a carbon chassis kit for the V2 or is there another part number of 3racing that will suit my V2. Thanks. Need answers urgent.
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Got myself a carbon chasis kit for my TA05 verII. The part number is Ta05-IF22/V2 but when i tried installing it, it doesnt seem to fit at a various places. Does anyone knows if there is a carbon chassis kit for the V2 or is there another part number of 3racing that will suit my V2. Thanks. Need answers urgent.
that kit is for TA05 ifs or standard

The version 2 refers to version of chassis from 3racing , not to the tamiya ver 2 of TA05
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that kit is for TA05 ifs or standard

The version 2 refers to version of chassis from 3racing , not to the tamiya

ver 2 of TA05

So you trying to say there is no carbon kit made for TA05ver2 yet?
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not yet but probably soon

what part does not fit on the carbon chassi? most parts used from the ta05 regardless ver1 or 2 should fit what i can see

the only thing that might not fit is the steering parts from ver2
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Old 09-21-2009, 03:11 AM   #225
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Dont recall seeing it .... but thats not to say there isnt one (although the ver2 was only released a few months ago , so possibly still not out)
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