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Old 10-12-2010, 04:25 AM   #1336
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^^^^^ ignore all that...he didn't read your post and instead posted a bunch of stuff about one-ways, not spools (and a bunch of other stuff that didn't have anything to do with your question).

The basic lowdown is that you should find the car easier to drive with a spool. You WILL have maximum four-wheel braking and the car will have more on-power steering than with a front diff. The trade-off is a little less off-power steering.

Just keep an eye on the outdrives for wear. Over time, the dogbone pins tend to wear into the outdrives because running a spool is a little harder on the drivetrain since it doesn't have the "give" that a diff has in an impact.
If he said direct coupling I would have said something. Some people think spools and one-ways are the same thing but they are not.

Thanks for bashing me though. I appreciate it.
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Old 10-12-2010, 11:09 AM   #1337
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If he said direct coupling I would have said something. Some people think spools and one-ways are the same thing but they are not.

Thanks for bashing me though. I appreciate it.
Sorry for confusion, I meant to say direct coupling. I forgot exactly what it was called and could only remember spool..

and I appreciate all responses!!

I will be getting sway bars, just don't know when. I'll adjust my ride height so front is lower like you suggested,check on the outdrives and keep my car clean! Thanks for the tips!
Also, thanks for posting that link dragnse7en, deffinitly will help me out!
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Old 10-12-2010, 02:42 PM   #1338
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Questions??

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If a front dogbone comes out, is there a chance that would cause the car to jam up?

I was running it(less than 10 seconds) and it jammed up, so I thought there was a rock stuck in a gear or diff. So I took everything apart and inspected it, no rocks in the diffs and no rocks in pinion or spur gear.

The only thing I could find wrong was one of the front dogbones was loose, so I put half a red bushing in to fix that. So far it hasn't jammed up.

But I don't remember my old TA05 jaming up from a loose dogbone before I got CVD's or universals.. (lonngggg time ago 2005-6 and I do have a bad memory)

And I was driving it at LOW speeds everytime. (too afraid to speed it up before I find out what's wrong for sure. Don't want to damage anything too bad..)

the only other thing I could think up it might be something inside the motor?
Also, my pinion/spur are set so there's a little play bettween them..

What do you guys think?

Any advice helps
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Old 10-13-2010, 01:11 AM   #1339
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If he said direct coupling I would have said something. Some people think spools and one-ways are the same thing but they are not.

Thanks for bashing me though. I appreciate it.
I don't quite get what your point is because even though he didn't say "direct coupling" (Tamiya-speak for "spool") you did say something...something that didn't quite answer his question about spools. You quoted his post, which would infer that you were attempting to answer his question.

Relax (again!)...not really bashing you. Just making sure he got the right info, especially since info for a one-way is much different than info for a spool.

For example, while I don't have a TA05v2 to weigh, I'd guess that it's probably closer to 4 lbs. than the 1.35 lb. you mentioned. ROAR minimum weight is 1420g, which is 3.130564123 lb. The TA05 platform is known to be a bit of a pig, so I'd guess that the car is probably a bit over that value. At any rate, for sh!ts and giggles, let's say the car is 1420g and travelling at a speed of 25mph (splitting your 20-30mph example) when it slams into your leg as you stood there marshalling the track (and let's say it stops the car in the distance of 1/2ft)...the average impact force your leg would feel is actually about 130.8 lbs.

Ahh, it's all semantics. I'm sure Zac gets the picture. I guess I should've said you "didn't read [Zac's] post correctly."
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Old 10-13-2010, 02:22 PM   #1341
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hi, i was wondering what is the biggest 64pitch spur gear i can use in the version 2 without any modifications, thanks
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Old 10-13-2010, 10:17 PM   #1343
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Hey guys, just picked up one of these with a subaru body. Anything that I should look for in the build??? Any tips/tricks???

Also, can you recommend an ESC please??? I want to run the stock motor for now, as it fits in the rules of my track (27 brushed), but I might want to upgrade to a b/l system later. My track is OPEN ESC. Not looking to set records.
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Default 416 diff for TA05?

Does anyone know if the after market Gear diffs (Spec-R ,I think) made for the Tamiya 416 will fit in the TA05 Ver 2?
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When's Speedtech gonna get the HSV-010 bodyset, that's what I want to know.
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can some one help me out and let me know the biggest spur gear i can install in a ta05 version 2 without modifications, ie raising the motor mount, in 64 pitch, thanks
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When's Speedtech gonna get the HSV-010 bodyset, that's what I want to know.
As soon as Tamiya USA gets 'em!
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can some one help me out and let me know the biggest spur gear i can install in a ta05 version 2 without modifications, ie raising the motor mount, in 64 pitch, thanks
Not sure about the TA05 V2, but a 115 64p in the regular TA05 with the carbon fiber or aluminum spur brace will fit. It hangs out the bottom of the chassis just a bit. Running carpet was ok. The first time out on pavement I jammed it up with a pebble. Found that a 108 64p can run pretty well either carpet or pavement.
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Old 10-17-2010, 05:20 AM   #1350
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Hi dear users;

I have a question. I will give partcode to products are fully compatible with the vehicle?

Part Code 1: 3Racing UNIVERSAL SHAFT - HD TA05IFS - TA05-IF02/HD

Part Code 2: TAMIYA TA05 IFS STEEL FRONT UNIVERSAL SWING SHAFT (49MM) - 1P - GPM STA15249F [STA15249F]


Thank you in advance for your help
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