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Old 01-04-2015, 06:05 PM   #2506
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huh?? you don't like the original tamiya TRF shocks?? the ones that are known thru-out RC as being some of (if not THE) THE best shocks?

i've run them on every Tamiya kit I've owned and never had a set of the normal TRF ones fail or 'not be great' - and that includes some of the original TRF shocks

here's the one that the 05Rvii kit came with - http://www.rcmart.com/tamiya-42102-5...?cPath=389_390
I love a good set of trfs, but there is no reason to go with the the lower spec ones, when the other ones are better and not much more.
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Old 01-05-2015, 10:45 AM   #2507
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Boy I go off the list for a few days and everythung goes awry!
I didn't wanna start anything...

Kaybo they gotta be tamiya. My Wife and Son got me a version 2 for Christmas
And was reading back thru the archives for ways to improve the chassis and the
Mods have to be tcs rules legal.
I found on fleabay last nite at work, p/n 42102 from hk, but think I'm gonna go local
Just in case
What do you guys think about that part?
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sorry, should have been more clear - I figured you wanted Tamiya's only or else you wouldn't have asked

I'm using the ones that came with my V2R kit - so they were already threaded and all the goodies. they are also the link I posted (direct part number from the "R" manual)
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sorry, should have been more clear - I figured you wanted Tamiya's only or else you wouldn't have asked

I'm using the ones that came with my V2R kit - so they were already threaded and all the goodies. they are also the link I posted (direct part number from the "R" manual)
Its cool Kaybo
I really gotta look inside the box, I may have them inside since you said they
came with your kit
I really got too many projects going
I still have to help Golddust fix the Dif on his Mini before the Slowbirds
and thats right around the block!
Thanks Guys
Back to reading the archives now!
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Its cool Kaybo
I really gotta look inside the box, I may have them inside since you said they
came with your kit
I really got too many projects going
I still have to help Golddust fix the Dif on his Mini before the Slowbirds
and thats right around the block!
Thanks Guys
Back to reading the archives now!
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if you got the "R" kit, then you'll have threaded shocks... I think the standard V2's come with the plastic bodied ones

i need to decide if a) i'm going to make the snowbirds; b) going to run the mini or the TT01; or c) if i might get the v2 running for some class
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if you got the "R" kit, then you'll have threaded shocks... I think the standard V2's come with the plastic bodied ones

i need to decide if a) i'm going to make the snowbirds; b) going to run the mini or the TT01; or c) if i might get the v2 running for some class
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You're talking about the Slowbirds out at Horsham right?
Snowbirds are down in Florida!
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Old 01-06-2015, 04:19 AM   #2511
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You're talking about the Slowbirds out at Horsham right?
Snowbirds are down in Florida!
yes, yes the slowbirds missed last year because I was heading to florida for vacation - hoping to make it out this year
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Yes, Slowbirds its a great time at Horsham!

I think its on january 25th (Sunday)
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Yes, Slowbirds its a great time at Horsham!

I think its on january 25th (Sunday)
yeah.. already checked out the date - just need to clear it with the boss
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Anyone have an idea for the FDR for a 21.5 class?
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TA05 V2 Gold Edition
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Depends on track, you can gear as low as 3.3
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anyone knows where can i get a ver2 light weight chassis?
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Okay guys Im not sure if I have a problem with my Ver2 build or I screwed the pooch somehow
I was installing the rear end last night and the dog bone and setup for the left rear
seems really tight almost to the point where I could say the dog bone isn't sitting in the axle properly
Any thoughts on if I could have put that dif together wrong or something else???
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Wrong direction maybe? This is basically like my M-Four, but a TC size, correct?
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