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Old 06-08-2010, 05:04 AM   #1006
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Personally, I prefer the molded parts, as you need to have some part of the car that has some "give" to it, helps protect the more vital(read more expensive) parts when you hit something, & about your last question, yes, ALL suspension parts from the 416 will fit, as well as suspension parts from the TB03(they all share the short arm suspension & front bumper/body mount parts)....
Thank you sir! So I guess the CVDs should fit just fine then, if the suspension parts fit just fine. I am getting tired of the dogbones popping out when I hit something coming around a corner. And it only happens on the right side too! Maybe I should use another one of those sponge thingies in the slots to push the dogbone in more?
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Thank you sir! So I guess the CVDs should fit just fine then, if the suspension parts fit just fine. I am getting tired of the dogbones popping out when I hit something coming around a corner. And it only happens on the right side too! Maybe I should use another one of those sponge thingies in the slots to push the dogbone in more?
Same thing happens to me, I put more sponge to try hold the right dog bone, no good. Also the diff becomes lose easily after a soft or medium bump and it losses all front pull. When it starts tail out spinning in the turns, or turning hard right as I brake, it's a sing that front the diff went louse.

I was not gladly surprise to see how cheap the stock diff/drive train is for the TA05 V2.

So I spent another $40 for a direct spoll and a 46mm universal set.

Should I be using the kit stock 37 pulley with the spoll or the one that comes with it?

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Same thing happens to me, I put more sponge to try hold the right dog bone, no good. Also the diff becomes lose easily after a soft or medium bump and it losses all front pull. When it starts tail out spinning in the turns, or turning hard right as I brake, it's a sing that front the diff went louse.

I was not gladly surprise to see how cheap the stock diff/drive train is for the TA05 V2.

So I spent another $40 for a direct spoll and a 46mm universal set.

Should I be using the kit stock 37 pulley with the spoll or the one that comes with it?

Thanks guys, Marcos
You'll need the pulley that's meant for one-ways & spools(you'd have to do some mods to the stock pulleys, & it's not worth the mess, the dedicated pulley already is drilled for the mounting screws & has a bigger center hole to sit properly on a one-way or spool). Oh, & also about universals, which ones you can use will depend a bit on how you set the suspension up, if you use similar suspension mounts as the 416(usually either 1C/1C front & 1XA/1F rear, like the 416WE) then 44mm universals will work, but 46mm ones are still preferred(they will fit most any suspension mount combo that racers are currently using with no chance of popping out of the outdrives). I'd also reccomend using the steel ones up front(especially if you use a one-way or spool) but you can use aluminum one in the rear without problem(the aluminum ones can get torn up more quickly up front but in the rear with a diff they hold up just fine).....
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Old 06-10-2010, 05:24 AM   #1009
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Hey All, I have a new question and experienced this last time I raced the car. I noticed that on the straights when I really punch the throttle, my car tracks left, but when on in the infield, it tracks straight. One of my fellow racers that owns the car says it is the diff. And sure enough, when I checked the diff, it got TIGHTER?? Is this normal? What is causing it? Any word of advice?

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Old 06-11-2010, 08:21 PM   #1010
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Does anyone know the Tamiya part no. for the carbon reinforced reversible arm?
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Guys, when using the separate suspension mounts. Is there a perfered way to mount them? I mean to use "1XB" setting should they be mount like "1XB/1B - 1B/1XB" or "1B/1XB - 1XB/1B". For some reason I'm having a brainfart on this. LOL

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Guys, when using the separate suspension mounts. Is there a perfered way to mount them? I mean to use "1XB" setting should they be mount like "1XB/1B - 1B/1XB" or "1B/1XB - 1XB/1B". For some reason I'm having a brainfart on this. LOL

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You take the setting from the letters toward the inside.

So if you mount the blocks with 1XB toward the center, that is the equivalent of the old single 1XB block. Which, I think, would be written 1B/1XB - 1XB/1B.

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You'll need the pulley that's meant for one-ways & spoolst torn up more quickly up front but in the rear with a diff they hold up just fine).....
Thank you Grizzbob! Will do the changes and post the results

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Does anyone know the Tamiya part no. for the carbon reinforced reversible arm?
I think it is TAM53928?? Not sure, I just bought the entire set of them. The part number is TAM54083. It is a very good deal in my opinion.

Also, I have a question about the direct coupler. I swapped the 37T gear from my one-way that came with the v2 kit (and upgrade pack) and it seems like the front belt is extremely loose. No matter where I put the setting on the bearing housing to tighten the belt, it was very very loose. Did I do something wrong? Am I using the wrong gear?
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I think it is TAM53928?? Not sure, I just bought the entire set of them. The part number is TAM54083. It is a very good deal in my opinion.

Also, I have a question about the direct coupler. I swapped the 37T gear from my one-way that came with the v2 kit (and upgrade pack) and it seems like the front belt is extremely loose. No matter where I put the setting on the bearing housing to tighten the belt, it was very very loose. Did I do something wrong? Am I using the wrong gear?
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looking for a v2. I have a lrp spx and 17.5 x12 to trade with some cash or a all cash paypal deal. looking for someone with good feedback here . pm me what you have. thanks.
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looking for a v2. I have a lrp spx and 17.5 x12 to trade with some cash or a all cash paypal deal. looking for someone with good feedback here . pm me what you have. thanks.
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hi guys

I am currently running TA05. Can anyone tell me what is the added advantage of the TA05V2 ? Also what is the difference parts between the TA05 and TA05V2. Can i convert my TA05 into a version 2?
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hi guys

I am currently running TA05. Can anyone tell me what is the added advantage of the TA05V2 ? Also what is the difference parts between the TA05 and TA05V2. Can i convert my TA05 into a version 2?
What I have noticed in comparison of my v2 versus my friend's v1 is that my chassis is narrower, is more LiPo friendly, I have 37T diff gears front and rear with 18t in the center, the center motor mount is different, I have longer belts front and rear. Other than that, nothing else was different.

As far as the advantage, your car can roll more and not have the sides of the chassis rub on the floor. I don't know really.
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