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Old 02-19-2010, 02:48 PM   #811
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Hi, i use my v2 with yeah racing 5.5t brushless motor, yeah racing bm-0014 6000 kv esc, spektrum dx3s, which fdr is most suitable for touring , i changer stock pinion from 20t to 22t and got 6.52 fdr and i think start to be very hot, and i think to upgrade my spur and pinion to 64 pitch what can you offer to me?????
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Old 02-22-2010, 10:12 AM   #813
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Can i use this servo with spektrum dx3s ??? MG995 Digital Metal Gear Servo For FUTABA JR, it is very cheap, why?
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Old 02-26-2010, 10:14 AM   #814
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How do I know what TA05 upgrades will fit the V2? Can TA05 parts work with a V2 chassis? Does it have to say V2 on the upgrade?
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Old 02-26-2010, 10:28 AM   #815
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How do I know what TA05 upgrades will fit the V2? Can TA05 parts work with a V2 chassis? Does it have to say V2 on the upgrade?
the V2 has a narrow chassis. so if it involves anything with the chassis.. then yes you need the upgrades that call for V2. (example: carbon reinforced parts for the front and rear, motor mount, etc.)

stuff like shocks, alum. bulkheads.. alum. rocker arms, suspension and suspension blocks all carry over from the V1 to the V2.
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the V2 has a narrow chassis. so if it involves anything with the chassis.. then yes you need the upgrades that call for V2. (example: carbon reinforced parts for the front and rear, motor mount, etc.)

stuff like shocks, alum. bulkheads.. alum. rocker arms, suspension and suspension blocks all carry over from the V1 to the V2.


Suspension blocks do not... At least half of them.
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the V2 has a narrow chassis. so if it involves anything with the chassis.. then yes you need the upgrades that call for V2. (example: carbon reinforced parts for the front and rear, motor mount, etc.)

stuff like shocks, alum. bulkheads.. alum. rocker arms, suspension and suspension blocks all carry over from the V1 to the V2.
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Suspension blocks do not... At least half of them.
Thanks guys!

Now, what are some good first upgrades?
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Old 02-26-2010, 04:14 PM   #818
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Definitely the hingepin blocks and new pivot balls (fluorine coated).

I've manged to pop the arms out of the hingepin blocks (the socket of the stock hingepin blocks ripped).

The aluminum should prevent that from happening. If anything, it should transfer the energy into the arms, which is a lot more plentiful and easier to replace...
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Old 02-26-2010, 04:54 PM   #819
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Definitely the hingepin blocks and new pivot balls (fluorine coated).

I've manged to pop the arms out of the hingepin blocks (the socket of the stock hingepin blocks ripped).

The aluminum should prevent that from happening. If anything, it should transfer the energy into the arms, which is a lot more plentiful and easier to replace...
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Definitely the hingepin blocks and new pivot balls (fluorine coated).

I've manged to pop the arms out of the hingepin blocks (the socket of the stock hingepin blocks ripped).

The aluminum should prevent that from happening. If anything, it should transfer the energy into the arms, which is a lot more plentiful and easier to replace...
Got links to these parts?
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Old 02-26-2010, 08:16 PM   #821
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Got links to these parts?
everything you need is at speedtech.

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Anyone have a good starting set up for indoor carpet, high traction, (Trackside, Milwaukee) rubber tire, 17.5 stock?

Anything would be a great help. Thanks.
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Dont see anything for the TA05 there.
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Dont see anything for the TA05 there.

http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebcategory.asp?id=458
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Old 02-27-2010, 04:29 PM   #825
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Thanks, I was looking under hop up parts.
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