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Old 06-28-2003, 07:34 AM
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Hi........I remembered playing my fren's TA04-TRF......it is.......WOOHOO.....it was damn cool and he said that the parts aren't that easy to break........Since that the latest TA04 series is TA04-TRF.......Lets share ur experience here......Ask questions...too
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Old 06-30-2003, 12:25 AM
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anyone know where I can get some Aluminium 5x9mm ball connectors (MC16 part#9805611) for the 04R as well as the Aluminium steering post that comes with the kit?

I broke mine tightening it
Hey Mike! I have some but the part # is 53284 That may help you to order them. If not, I can bring you a package in a couple of weeks to Memphis. I know my local shop started the online sales thing but not sure how good it is. Check out www.trackside.com
to see. Don't think we have the steering post. We have the whole set but don't think it came with the posts.
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Old 06-30-2003, 02:59 PM
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Thanks mosh. I used the small ones, it seem to work OK.
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Old 07-02-2003, 05:32 PM
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Hello guys, I have a Blue collection tao4, What is the best gearing to maximize the performance of 11turn motor(tamiya)???
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Old 07-02-2003, 08:35 PM
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tamiya motors come with a instruction sheet which states the recommended gear ration range... follow it!!! make small adjustments according to ur track requirements but try to stay within the range...
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Old 07-07-2003, 04:39 AM
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problem i have with my TAO4-R is that when if i take the springs of the shockie and i push the piston up, the piston doesn't return all the way out stretched, some of them only come out a little. i have tried to see if i had less oil, but it seem nothing i change seem to make them come out all the way like my TC3 does?

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Old 07-07-2003, 11:00 AM
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You have air in the shocks or you didn't put enough oil in them when you built them originally. I would suggest that you replace the o-rings that seal the shock shaft. I like the GS Racing silicone o-rings. They work reallly well. The orange ones are crappy and don't seal well.
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Old 07-07-2003, 11:17 AM
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HI guys,

problem i have with my TAO4-R is that when if i take the springs of the shockie and i push the piston up, the piston doesn't return all the way out stretched, some of them only come out a little. i have tried to see if i had less oil, but it seem nothing i change seem to make them come out all the way like my TC3 does?

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The piston does not have to rebound all the way.
If you want to create more pressure. Try using the black rubber o-rings on top of the round seals instead of the red foams.
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Old 07-07-2003, 05:25 PM
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Hi, brand new poster here.

Ive had my TA04 for about 6 months now, over time its been abused and neglected, recently Ive started to hop it up a bit.

Chassis-
Blue racing steering set
Blue aluminum Motorplate
Blue aluminum spur gear holder
Carbon fibre top plate, shock towers
CVD's all around
HPI super racing shocks

Electronics-
Novak Dually ESC
D5 10turn motor
XR2 pistol and radio
Expert servo

Set up-
120 spur
A rather laege pinion
Rear=Slight toe in at rear as well as a 1 degree camber
Front=3 degree camber, no toe
Ride hight is pretty low

Primaraly used for bashing around and high speed runs, looking to make more racable, puting in chamelion pro stocker.

Just thought id say hi!
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Old 07-07-2003, 05:29 PM
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Also, I am in need of new tires-wheels.
Is there any you recomend for low bite surfaces that have high wear?

I was gonna just get a couple of these....
Speed Tech R/C Pit Shimizu Tire combo
http://www.sslorder.com/speedtechrc/180.html

Any other suggestions would be apprecaited, im probly talking in the wrong forum and everything sorry
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Old 07-08-2003, 10:22 AM
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I don't race mod in my car, but I found that the car works best with Tamiya tires. At least, on the tracks that I race on. I use Pit Shimizu tires on my XXX-S and they are great. They have a wide range of compounds and all are excellent. I mostly run 27's or 30's with Echo red, HPI green or Yokomo medium inserts. I prefer to set my cars up to use the same tire/insert combo all around. I've raced my TA04 on carpet and asphalt and my laptimes are always better with Tamiya tires on that car. Dunno why, but I guess it was designed to be used with Tamiya tires for TCS. Ride makes the tires for Tamiya, so their tires should work equally well. I have at least one set of 26mm Type A, 26mm Type B, 24mm Type A and 24mm Type B2 and all work well depending on track conditions. I run a medium/hard insert on the 24mm tires and medium on the 26mm tires. I hope that helps.
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Old 07-08-2003, 10:33 AM
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Duff check out Burien Toyota if you are interested in TCS racing the Regional is coming up on 10 August. With practice on Saturday and also the layout will be up this weekend to try it out.
Their website is in my sig below
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Old 07-08-2003, 03:23 PM
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Psycho: First off, thanks for your help!
I have 4 Type A tires and they do work well, there allitle old though, ill pick up another set. Also some of the Shimizu's and HPI's. Thanks agian.

Difuser: Ya, thats where i get most of my tamiya stuff at, I actually work at HobbyTown down there in Southcenter, I dont think ill have time to go down there this week though, life has been very bussy this week.

Also, i just put in an HPI center one-way on the TA04 by cutting the rear drive gear pully thingy in half, Its a whole new car, Alot harder to control but its acceleration and turning are well worth it.

Anyways, thanks guys
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Old 07-08-2003, 06:24 PM
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That HPI part is TCS illegal as well. Interesting, though.
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Old 07-09-2003, 10:27 AM
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LOL wooops, guess ill be purchasing a new pully holder thing
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