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Old 04-05-2010, 12:56 PM   #871
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Anyone knows which other tamiya's knuckle and c-hubs which will fit the verII. I lost my oirginal king pin today on the track and along with 2 other yeah racing kingpin set. Tried 3 racing knuckle before and it broke even on drifts.
the c-hub should be part #54031

and the knuckle should be part #51332
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the c-hub should be part #54031

and the knuckle should be part #51332

sorry.. you have the wrong numbers:

C-Hub 4 degree - 51293..

Here is a site with all of the correct part numbers: http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebcategory.asp?id=859
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Who got the carpet set up for TA05?
TA05 what? R? IFS? V2?

Ozite carpet? glued? or not glued?

Size of track? what motor? and tires are you using?

is it loose or pushing?

we need some more specifics for your request.
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Old 04-05-2010, 04:13 PM   #874
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sorry.. you have the wrong numbers:

C-Hub 4 degree - 51293..
thanks for the correction!
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sorry.. you have the wrong numbers:

C-Hub 4 degree - 51293..

Here is a site with all of the correct part numbers: http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebcategory.asp?id=859
That's for the kit C-hub. You can use 54031, that is what I replaced mine with when the kit ones broke.
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Old 04-05-2010, 04:51 PM   #876
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That's for the kit C-hub. You can use 54031, that is what I replaced mine with when the kit ones broke.

Those are the graphite ones and quite a bit more fragile than the kit ones. If you guys are breaking the kit ones I would stick with the kit ones.
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TA05 what? R? IFS? V2?

Ozite carpet? glued? or not glued?

Size of track? what motor? and tires are you using?

is it loose or pushing?

we need some more specifics for your request.
My have the TA05R and the carpet is the OZITE ,not glued and track 60X80
17.5 motor .what tamiya tires should have?
I'm rebuilding the car...
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This is what you'll need to do a conversion from an IFS-R to a Ver.II

1 x 54095 - TB-03 Racing Steering Set
2 x 53851 - Titanium Coated 46mm Suspension Shaft
1 x 51253 - TB Evolution 5 "B" Parts
1 x 10115525 - TA-05 Ver.II "K" Parts
1 x 10115527 - TA-05 Ver.II "M" Parts
1 x 19115256 - TA-05 Ver.II Chassis
1 x 15405048 - TA-05 Ver.II Motor Mount
1 x 13454456 - TA-05 Ver.II Center Shaft
1 x 13454445 - TA-05 Ver.II Spur Gear Holder
1 x 54174 - TA-05 Ver.II SeperateSuspension Mounts (1C/1XC)
1 x 54172 - TA-05 Ver.II SeperateSuspension Mounts (1A/1XA)

If you want to complete the Ver.II conversion fully from a standard IFS then you'll need these parts too. It may actually be more cost effective to buy the Ver.II kit.

1 x 51092 - 46mm Swing Shaft
1 x 53742 - 46mm Swing Shaft - Lightweight
2 x 54076 - TB-03 Wheel Axles
2 x 53988 - TRF501X Ball Differential Pulley
2 x 51287 - Large Ball Diff Plate
1 x 53989 - TRF501X Center Pulley
2 x 54170 - TA-05 Ver.II Low Friction Drive Blet
2 x 53928 - Short Reversible Suspension Arm
1 x 54031 - TA05-IFS Carbon Reinforced F Parts - H Carrier (4deg)
1 x 51332 - TRF416 Front Upright
1 x 51333 - TRF416 Rear Upright
8 x 1050 bearings

Be sure to add Tamiya 840 Flanged bearings (Part 42110) these are used on the new motor mount.
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i just got my tamiya ta05 ver 2 kit and am planning to get hop ups right away can someone give me feedback on quality and fit of 3 racing aluminum hop ups?
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i just got my tamiya ta05 ver 2 kit and am planning to get hop ups right away can someone give me feedback on quality and fit of 3 racing aluminum hop ups?
CRAP!

Wish I could get my money back for the few parts I tried from them. Buying Tamiya parts is expensive but in the long run it's cheaper than buying 3 racing parts and then replacing them with Tamiya parts.

Having said that, would you like to buy some of my 3 racing parts?
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Be sure to add Tamiya 840 Flanged bearings (Part 42110) these are used on the new motor mount.
Also add 54145 Foam Bumper.
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i just got my tamiya ta05 ver 2 kit and am planning to get hop ups right away can someone give me feedback on quality and fit of 3 racing aluminum hop ups?
Tamiya parts are the ONLY way to go.
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thanks for the replies guess i'll be sticking with tamiya parts and fork out a lil more dough
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i just got my tamiya ta05 ver 2 kit and am planning to get hop ups right away can someone give me feedback on quality and fit of 3 racing aluminum hop ups?
well just stay away from the plastics (3Racing). THe rest are pretty good! No probs so far ~
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Old 04-16-2010, 01:29 AM   #885
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Just about to start assembling my kit.
The manual says to glue the diff plates to the out drives.
This is good in that it will stop the diff plate from moving against the outdrive and giving some slip or wear on outdrive.
But then it would not be possible to remove and reface the diff plate when rebuilding the diff in the future.

Any suggestions on this? does anyone run without the glue? any problems?

Do the metal outrives from the 416 fit? as these do not need to be glued
Next time I rebuild the diff I might replace with these

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