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Old 09-21-2018, 08:41 AM
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Old 09-21-2018, 12:03 PM
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About that servo.. the horn should be on the other side (Towards the front). You get less angle that way. Swapping it around as suggested by Fyrstormer makes it worse.
Can you post a photo?
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Old 09-22-2018, 08:54 AM
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Looked on the rules for chassis classes and only see up to tb04 for legal chassis is this legal for gt2style classes
Legal yes, there were a few at Nats last month.
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Old 09-26-2018, 05:14 AM
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I'm a parking lot basher that just races with friends. I was leaning towards a TA-07 PRO, but this looks better for me. Wouldn't you guys agree?

Also, are there any big issues with this kit?
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Old 09-28-2018, 04:23 AM
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Originally Posted by Tom1977 View Post
Can you post a photo?
No.. because i was wrong.
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Old 10-03-2018, 12:12 AM
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Looks like, Tamiya is bringing a new batch of aluminium lower bulkheads.

The new Tamiya part No. indicates, that it could be a new design.

Tamiya# 47391. No photos yet. Watch it!
This is an amazing good news: the new design has ball bearing mounted stabilizer and it is compatible with my TB EVO 6!

Taken from Tamiya USA website (I cannot post links yet):

Boost your TB-05 PRO chassis efficiency and toughness with this aluminum component, which doubles as the lower half of the gearbox. It replaces a kit standard A3 part (front or rear) of the car.

Aluminum Lower Bulkhead x1
Stabilizer Stoppers x2
730 Ball Bearing x2
This aluminum part mounts the differential gear with precision, for greater efficiency.
Design allows attachment of stabilizer bars with ball bearings for smooth operation.
Improves rigidity of chassis, damper stay and upper arm mount.
Lower bulkhead part has a cool black finish.
Compatible with TB-03 (including VDS), TB-04, TB-05 and TB Evo.6 chassis.

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Old 10-07-2018, 09:30 AM
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Damper stay for SSBB shocks:



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hello, first post!
I got a tb04 nib that I am thinking of selling to get a tb05 pro for the sealed gearbox. I have a question does the tb05 need a lot of shims and have the same problems as tb04?

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Originally Posted by michaels tc View Post
hello, first post!
I got a tb04 nib that I am thinking of selling to get a tb05 pro for the sealed gearbox. I have a question does the tb05 need a lot of shims and have the same problems as tb04?
The main gearboxes need the same attention with shims as TB04. But due to the cancellation of the center gear box in the TB05 the biggest problem is gone.
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Thought I would take a pic as it will probably be a while till I see it again!
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Hiya folks,

I have a tb04, and am considering dropping it for a tb05. Although I went through mad times shimming it, j just can't seem to make it any more quieter then my ta07. But that shouldn't be because the gearboxes are sealed... The noise should be well contained within the gearboxes, or did I get it all wrong?

All my mates who drive the tb04, have noisy cars. Almost sounds like a grinder. On the other hand, my old tb Evo iii, sounded a lot quieter.

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Hiya folks,

I have a tb04, and am considering dropping it for a tb05. Although I went through mad times shimming it, j just can't seem to make it any more quieter then my ta07. But that shouldn't be because the gearboxes are sealed... The noise should be well contained within the gearboxes, or did I get it all wrong?

All my mates who drive the tb04, have noisy cars. Almost sounds like a grinder. On the other hand, my old tb Evo iii, sounded a lot quieter.

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TB05 is much quieter than the 04. The most noises of the 04 come from the center gear box.
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Hiya folks,

I have a tb04, and am considering dropping it for a tb05. Although I went through mad times shimming it, j just can't seem to make it any more quieter then my ta07. But that shouldn't be because the gearboxes are sealed... The noise should be well contained within the gearboxes, or did I get it all wrong?

All my mates who drive the tb04, have noisy cars. Almost sounds like a grinder. On the other hand, my old tb Evo iii, sounded a lot quieter.

Alexander
Even if you do get it shimmed properly I'd still expect a belt car to be quieter.
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