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Old 11-22-2019, 12:59 PM
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1.) is there anybody out in the world who sell carbon lower decks for the ta07ms? I hoped Tamiya bring up spare parts but it looks like the sold a modell with no support
Many parts on this car are special order parts (7digit part numbers). The lower deck is 13404095, if you google that it gives you some European shops that has them in stock.
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Old 11-22-2019, 02:21 PM
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thanks! I don't found the deck but I will ask my dealer if he can order it... and also thanks for the setup! If you want I will give you feedback asap I got some
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Old 11-23-2019, 02:38 AM
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thanks! I don't found the deck but I will ask my dealer if he can order it... and also thanks for the setup! If you want I will give you feedback asap I got some
How about looking for one of the aftermarket conversions like the Exotek RS7? Easier to source than tamiya parts and has a few improvements in battery location options etc.
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Originally Posted by Sukram View Post
thanks! I don't found the deck but I will ask my dealer if he can order it... and also thanks for the setup! If you want I will give you feedback asap I got some
Forgot to mention that I have traction rolling so the sidewalls on the front tires are glued to 58~59mm.
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Originally Posted by CTE View Post
How about looking for one of the aftermarket conversions like the Exotek RS7? Easier to source than tamiya parts and has a few improvements in battery location options etc.
It's the MS not the plastic TA07... would be a downgrade imo
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Old 01-02-2020, 06:37 PM
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Hi, really want to get a ta07ms but worried about fragile c hubs etc that everyone talks about. Does anyone know if the trf420 c hubs, knuckles and uprights are same dimensions and transferable to Ta07ms as i read on Kentech write up the trf420 parts seem to be made from stronger plastics?
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Old 01-02-2020, 06:50 PM
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Get the TRF419 Suspension upgrade set, it has all the new updated suspension parts. Getting spares are still a good idea
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looking at both manuals noticed the shaft pins for arms are different sizes so don't know how they are interchangable. ta07ms is 3 x 46 (mb23) and trf420 is 3 x 43(mb9)
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Old 01-03-2020, 01:24 AM
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you use the pin of the TA07MS the 43mm pin is for the 420.
I got all the new stuff from the 420 on my TA07MS but still dont drove it. I will make photos asap.
Beware if you fit the suspension arms like the regular one the rear one makes the wheelbase 3mm longer.
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Originally Posted by Sukram View Post
you use the pin of the TA07MS the 43mm pin is for the 420.
I got all the new stuff from the 420 on my TA07MS but still dont drove it. I will make photos asap.
Beware if you fit the suspension arms like the regular one the rear one makes the wheelbase 3mm longer.
But can have correct wheelbase (257mm) if you just move spacers around?
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Old 01-03-2020, 11:40 AM
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yes you can! just take care that your old body fits
imo the new suspension parts are better and stronger but give me some time to test it longterm, the disadvantage is that now you break more expensiver parts than a good old c hub... ;(

PS: I needed a single Spacer (think it was 0.3 or 0.5mm) on every axle than before with the trf419 arms.
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2 questions:
1.) how high is your belt tension? If I made it the same as my other TRF's the drivetrain moves very hard, if I make it moving like my 419 e.g. the belt tension is much lower compared to my 419...
2.) are there any spring adjuster for the SSBB Damper which are black or red on the market or is any others brand spring adjuster maching?

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Old 01-20-2020, 06:24 AM
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Im thinking of selling my TA07MS what would be the going rate. It also comes with the donath aluminum chassis as well
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Cpal can you post pics? any damage? was it raced?
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Originally Posted by cpal View Post
Im thinking of selling my TA07MS what would be the going rate. It also comes with the donath aluminum chassis as well
I'd say somewhere in a similar range to the price of 2nd hand 419XRs would be fair form an MS
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