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Old 08-09-2007, 01:43 AM
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Originally Posted by nikkiesteban View Post
competitive servo for Ta05MS?
I use Futaba S9550 in my MRE and i`m satisfied.

It`s fast enough in that car and MS also and give you extra room for rx and esc
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Old 08-09-2007, 01:51 AM
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Originally Posted by m3ndo5a View Post
They are the Kit Belts and Tamiya TRF 415 pullies. The Pullies are smaller than the 36 pullies which make it fit just right.
Intresting.

Are you sure at those old pullies are ok with those belts?

I mean that, i`m not sure are those belt tooth shape planned to use new 36th pullies or not like MRE does?

Can anyone confirm that?
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Old 08-09-2007, 03:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Xanavi_R34 View Post
The top 3 International Japan Racer said that the best servo is the Futaba S9251...

And this only cost at around 5,998 pesos bro... in lils...
s9251? it is used for gyro only please check the link

http://futaba-rc.com/servos/digitalservos.html

3rd JMRCA racer??? and who is that?? you must be kidding if he adviced you to get the s9251.
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Old 08-09-2007, 03:36 AM
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Or maybe I got it wrong... But what I know is that he said get the one with the heatsink or the striped alum around the servo... or not, get the s9451...
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Originally Posted by Xanavi_R34 View Post
Or maybe I got it wrong... But what I know is that he said get the one with the heatsink or the striped alum around the servo... or not, get the s9451...
yeah i think you got it all wrong.

Airtronics, KO, and Hitec are the only brands that has the heatsink option. If im not mistaken.

the s9451 is a good servo specs are much better than the s9550 on the other hand if you need space for rx and esc the s9550 would be a better choice..

may i know who is the Japanese racer? cant get it off my mind LMFAO
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Old 08-09-2007, 03:56 AM
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The futaba AS9550 has been superseeded and are now hard to find. The replacement item from futaba is the AS9551.
AS9550 @6v .11sec 6.0kg torque
AS9551 @6v .10sec 8.7kg torque, metal gears and coreless motor.

A big increase in torque. This is the low profile servo and is made specifically for touring cars. Should see stocks of this new item in the next month or so.

It is a perfect fit for the TA05 because of the low profile.
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Old 08-09-2007, 04:04 AM
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maybe i will get 9550..
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I'm not really sure what his name is but what we call him here is "Taka-san"... And yeah, that is what he also told us that s9451 is way better than the s9550 but if you're looking for small and cute looking servo, the s9550 is the one... hahaha...

The s9550 is not hard to find in our place... Our LHS of Tamiya has lots of stock... Hehehe...
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you can also get the KO Propo PDS-2413ICS, low profile with the following specifications:

Speed: 0.10 sec
Torque: 118 oz-inch (8.5Kg-cm)

I got 2 and they're awesome!!

btw, I also have one S9550 and it is a pretty darn good servo as well... if you ask me, I can't notice much difference between the KO and the futaba.... just that the Futaba is more forgiveable close to the centre.... the KO is more sensitive...
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Originally Posted by rampal View Post
you can also get the KO Propo PDS-2413ICS, low profile with the following specifications:

Speed: 0.10 sec
Torque: 118 oz-inch (8.5Kg-cm)

I got 2 and they're awesome!!

btw, I also have one S9550 and it is a pretty darn good servo as well... if you ask me, I can't notice much difference between the KO and the futaba.... just that the Futaba is more forgiveable close to the centre.... the KO is more sensitive...
hey al, may I just ask, is the bumper support that you're going to order from champ is the carbon fiber???
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Originally Posted by Cruisaaja View Post
Intresting.

Are you sure at those old pullies are ok with those belts?

I mean that, i`m not sure are those belt tooth shape planned to use new 36th pullies or not like MRE does?

Can anyone confirm that?

The Quickest test is to spin drivetrain and look at the pullies if they skip or snap than it will not work..........I would have confirmed or not even post this if it did not work..... The car is Free spinning

As far as internal ratios goes...there are alot of reasons people change the IR and its not just about gearing.......If you run odd Pullies like a 35/36 front or rear it can either make your car understeer or oversteer.....Now with Shaft cars the IR is normally higher(2.3-2.40) due to the tooth count.....they also accelerate faster but have less or harder top end....But cars with a lower IR's will have faster or easier top end.

Take my word if a there is a better driver at the track this will not even matter. THEY KNOW THERE CAR WAY TO GOOD! They will kill everyone in the Field.

Think of your pullies like a ten speed bike...if you use all big pullies it harder to take off but the top end is alot faster once you are moving...Samething.
When you are run a lower IR it is a good ideal to have a torquey motor....Brushless fits the suit. The motor will be more efficient, the car will get to the Top end faster.....although a car with a higher IR will accelerater faster yet the motor has to turn more to get it up to top speed, you want the motor to turn less....That is why Xray, Corally and Shuie are good top end car. Depending on what track I am racing I will change my pullies also depending on what the majority of the competition is driving.....


THAT IS WHY ROLLOUTS ARE NEVER THE SAME AS THE COMPETITION!


Good Luck
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KO PROPO low profile servo.....
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Originally Posted by Xanavi_R34 View Post
hey al, may I just ask, is the bumper support that you're going to order from champ is the carbon fiber???
yes.
anyway, if you didn't open the file I sent, that was the tamiya content related to the TA05MS:

Tamiya 51093 TB Evo IV 46mm Sus Shaft - 4pcs
Tamiya 51066 TRF 415 Suspension mount B
Tamiya 51067 TRF 415 Suspension mount C
Tamiya 6244014 Drive Belt (long) TA05MS
Tamiya 6244015 Drive Belt (short) TA05MS
Tamiya 4304089 Bumper Support (carbon Fiber)
Tamiya 3454480 Air Duct
Tamiya 51278 TRF501X K Parts - Bearing Holder
Tamiya 51103 TB Evo IV C Parts - Front Upright
Tamiya 51104 TB Evo IV D Parts - Suspension Arm
Tamiya 51107 TB Evo IV Hub Carrier - 4 Degree
Tamiya 53919 TA05 Alum Diff Joint
Tamiya 53935 TA05 alternated diff pulley
Tamiya 53906 5x5mm aluminum hex head ball connector
Tamiya 53907 5x8mm aluminum hex head ball connector
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thanks for the part numbers and parts...
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Originally Posted by m3ndo5a View Post
The Quickest test is to spin drivetrain and look at the pullies if they skip or snap than it will not work..........I would have confirmed or not even post this if it did not work..... The car is Free spinning

As far as internal ratios goes...there are alot of reasons people change the IR and its not just about gearing.......If you run odd Pullies like a 35/36 front or rear it can either make your car understeer or oversteer.....Now with Shaft cars the IR is normally higher(2.3-2.40) due to the tooth count.....they also accelerate faster but have less or harder top end....But cars with a lower IR's will have faster or easier top end.

Take my word if a there is a better driver at the track this will not even matter. THEY KNOW THERE CAR WAY TO GOOD! They will kill everyone in the Field.

Think of your pullies like a ten speed bike...if you use all big pullies it harder to take off but the top end is alot faster once you are moving...Samething.
When you are run a lower IR it is a good ideal to have a torquey motor....Brushless fits the suit. The motor will be more efficient, the car will get to the Top end faster.....although a car with a higher IR will accelerater faster yet the motor has to turn more to get it up to top speed, you want the motor to turn less....That is why Xray, Corally and Shuie are good top end car. Depending on what track I am racing I will change my pullies also depending on what the majority of the competition is driving.....


THAT IS WHY ROLLOUTS ARE NEVER THE SAME AS THE COMPETITION!


Good Luck

I know what you mean, but is it not the same when the final ratio is the same?

No matter if it is a shaft drive, or a belt drive car ?

I thought the lower internal ratio is because of that the drivetrain spins more efficient (larger pulley, less friction).

Greetings Blueman
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