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Old 02-28-2010, 05:01 AM   #826
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Old 03-01-2010, 07:23 AM   #827
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whats the part number for the front universals?

edit.... found it p/n: 53847

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Old 03-03-2010, 08:03 AM   #828
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What is the drive ratio on the Ver2? I think it's 2.05, is that correct?
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What is the drive ratio on the Ver2? I think it's 2.05, is that correct?
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Transmission Ratio 2.055:1
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Old 03-07-2010, 09:46 PM   #832
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Just finished building my Ver2. Noticed that I'm a little over weight (the car). Any suggestions on hop up parts that will light me up? Weighed in at 1524g with a Novak GTB and a 5000mah lipo. I would like to get down to around 1425g if possible.

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Just finished building my Ver2. Noticed that I'm a little over weight (the car). Any suggestions on hop up parts that will light me up? Weighed in at 1524g with a Novak GTB and a 5000mah lipo. I would like to get down to around 1425g if possible.

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carbon parts (suspension, bulkheads... etc.) i try to shorten all my wires as much as possible. and use alum. screws on top of the car.

my V2 is at 1460 full race trim. (5000 pack).
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Has anyone done a comparison of the TA05 IFS vs. the TA05 ver.2? Are the changes to the ver 2, noticeable on the track?
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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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Anyone have a good starting set up for indoor carpet, high traction, (Trackside, Milwaukee) rubber tire, 17.5 stock?

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Old 03-10-2010, 09:26 PM   #837
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Sorry if its been mentioned, Does anyone know if trf 416's front and rear upright fits the TA 05 V2?

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Yip it fits, it's the same part just different material.
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Thanks Skitee, I popped my front uprights because of the red bushing being too thick. I didn't know I was suppose to put the smaller ones..user error!! hahaha.
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Does anyone have the parts listing to convert a TA05 IFS to a V2??
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