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Old 12-29-2009, 11:08 PM   #556
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Yes it is the same direct coupling part for all versions of TA-05.
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Old 12-30-2009, 01:05 AM   #557
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Are the aluminium blocks from Tamiya or 3Racing?

It's the Tamiya blocks. I think the 3Racing pivot balls only works with 3Racing hinge blocks... *BOH*

I'm going to attempt to grind it down. I'm just a bit lazy to go to my hobby shop to pick up the pivot balls...
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Old 12-30-2009, 01:06 AM   #558
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Yes, the Bulkhead needed for V2 are the IFS for front and the normal TA05's bulkhead for the rear. No modification necessary.

Yes im a drifter from Brunei and so far there are 3 V2 drifting on our streets. My V2 has seen changes such as front universals, steering sets, rockerarm set with bearings, aluminium direct coupling F&R, 64 pitch pinion and spurs, Tamiya's spring (medium F&R), Stabiliser bars, suspension mounts (F&R), side brace,etc. Its a reliable machine for drifts and serves very well.
I can definitely see the V2 being a very capable drifter. The COG on these things are pretty well centered... You guys ever use the little Tamiya Cross Wrench and balance your chassis on the table with it? You'll find that it's very close to the spur gear...
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Old 12-30-2009, 06:06 AM   #559
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hi hard core all,,this ismy ta05 ifs r fully hop up by tamiya part
any comment with my BL nosram ESC ISTC @5.5t motor

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Old 12-30-2009, 06:17 AM   #560
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For the Carbon damper stay (Rear), Which one did you guys use from the Tamiya's part? The regular TA-05's or The ones from IFS?
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For the Carbon damper stay (Rear), usd the lates the original from car kit ifs r version..bro..any tamiya shop is salling...
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For the Carbon damper stay (Rear), Which one did you guys use from the Tamiya's part? The regular TA-05's or The ones from IFS?
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Old 12-30-2009, 09:36 AM   #563
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Hi guys, earlier on this thread it was advised to use the alum diff outdrives rather than the 53849 high percision units. What's the difference between these options? What are the high percision bits made of?
Those nasty kit plastic diff halves have got to go!
I took my ver.2 out to TRC in Yuen Long, Hong Kong, yesterday wiht all stock settings, TRF dampers, and a 10.5 motor. Great car to drive, very neutral and consistent.
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hi hard core all,,this ismy ta05 ifs r fully hop up by tamiya part
any comment with my BL nosram ESC ISTC @5.5t motor

nice...

Yeah, this is the TA05 v2 thread.

There is a dedicated TA05 thread elsewhere.
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Hi guys, earlier on this thread it was advised to use the alum diff outdrives rather than the 53849 high percision units. What's the difference between these options? What are the high percision bits made of?
Those nasty kit plastic diff halves have got to go!
I took my ver.2 out to TRC in Yuen Long, Hong Kong, yesterday wiht all stock settings, TRF dampers, and a 10.5 motor. Great car to drive, very neutral and consistent.
The high precision diff outdrives are Delrin and have aluminum reinforcing rings at the end s to prevent them from expanding on power. They are loghter than the aluminum outdrives, however the diff does feel smoother when built with the aluminum ouitdrives. The high precision parts could overheat and melt if you're running mod.
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I can definitely see the V2 being a very capable drifter. The COG on these things are pretty well centered... You guys ever use the little Tamiya Cross Wrench and balance your chassis on the table with it? You'll find that it's very close to the spur gear...
I've wanted to try it before but can't get the centre so I gave up.
Do any of you guys put any weight on the battery side?

The difference of my battery and electronics is 100 grams. I've added a bit of weight ~50g to make it balance.

Do you think it is neccessary?
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Would anyone save me the trouble by giving me Tamiya's TA-05 IFS carbon damper stay part number?


Mezan, anyluck on stargek? And where else do you get your Tamiya's part in singapore?
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Would anyone save me the trouble by giving me Tamiya's TA-05 IFS carbon damper stay part number?


Mezan, anyluck on stargek? And where else do you get your Tamiya's part in singapore?
Have not check with them. Will check with them soon and let you know.
I've always get my parts from Ethan @ StreetRevoRC.

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Check for you already. Stargek selling the chassis @ $31.50 (:
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Old 12-30-2009, 08:53 PM   #569
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Thanks for the info. Too bad Streetrevorc doesnt have an online store where we can view what parts they have. My family is having a holiday in singapore and i was hoping i can get them to bring me some stuffs for my Ver2

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Have not check with them. Will check with them soon and let you know.
I've always get my parts from Ethan @ StreetRevoRC.

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Check for you already. Stargek selling the chassis @ $31.50 (:
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You are most welcome.

You can check StreetRevoRC at http://streetrevorc.com.sg
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