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Old 08-09-2007, 08:49 PM
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I asked my LHS if thye have a stock "TA05 Spool" and they have.
will it work/fit in 05ms? without issues or whatsoever...........
i really need to use spool here in our track.
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Old 08-09-2007, 08:52 PM
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Originally Posted by nikkiesteban View Post
i see. i'm thinking of using the largest pinion like 51t and 105t spur.do you think it will make the car faster?
isn't 51t pinion with a 105t spur??? I don't know bro... But if ever, do you think that its (teeth of spur and pinion stick perfectly without any adjustments?)???
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Old 08-09-2007, 08:56 PM
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Yes the final is the same...what you are not understand is how quick or slow it will be reach...that is determine by the IR! The belt will determine the passes......less contact will always = equal less friction. Friction is base on contact.....More efficient is why they make Belt tension to stop belt hopping.......not contact. Tamiya has made wide pitch for less friction, less teeth on the pulley......"less contact." But this is marginal and has not proven big result in any event.

The easiest way for "you" to find out is take a Xray and what every else you are driving and Drag them.....tell us who get to the top end faster. I've done this so many times.....

Keep in mind about the "Ten Speed!"

you are the "final drive"

FDR 5.00 this is just your "Cap"
--------------- 2.25 to 1 IR Higher more work
___ ___ ___ ___ ___1.7 to 1 IR Lower less work


But believe what you want.....I have better my lap times and control the field with this conversion.......Not by the Final Drive for it has not change. Everyone always mention has much faster my cars are now.....



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Ah, now the coin has dropped.

Anyway. On my cars (shafties) it have no oputunity to check this out, but in stock racing (23T) what i am doing, the higher (2,2) IR is not a disadvantage i think.

At the start, i almost overtake on or two cars, or drive out a few meters advantage before the first corner cames if i own the pole.

Anyway, maybe i will own a belt car also, then i go back to this topic.

THX, and greetings from Austria (not Australia)
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Old 08-09-2007, 08:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Xanavi_R34 View Post
isn't 51t pinion with a 105t spur??? I don't know bro... But if ever, do you think that its (teeth of spur and pinion stick perfectly without any adjustments?)???
before on my 415, i already tried using 51t pinion but on 102t spur. haven't tried it though on 05ms...
more questions coming from me..
did someone already tried putting 501x 18t center pulley in 05ms?
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Old 08-09-2007, 10:41 PM
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Originally Posted by nikkiesteban View Post
i see. i'm thinking of using the largest pinion like 51t and 105t spur.do you think it will make the car faster?
thats an FDR of 4.63. im hoping the straight away at your track is about 120ft or more? thats what we gear our silver cans at the Tamiya race track here in southern california.
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Old 08-09-2007, 11:02 PM
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Sir hebiki, kindly click on the link below to see the race track that I am talking about... Tell us what FDR you think would be suitable and better to tell what is our starting point going to be...

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showpost...&postcount=624
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Old 08-10-2007, 12:00 AM
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i already got the pachage. wooooo.

here are the teasers. warning: pics are a bit large




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Wow!!! You already have it... Congrats...
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guys need help here.
is it normal for center shaft to have some play when attached to the motor mount? because when i set it to a much free setting it has some minimal play back and forth and up and down.. but when i set it to not much free( center pulley spinning with spur gear) it will not move up and down back and forth but you can feel that it has some drag. and i heard some clicking noise, and i think its the flanged bearings. how can i solve this probs? help please. thanks
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Old 08-10-2007, 10:27 AM
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Originally Posted by nikkiesteban View Post
I asked my LHS if thye have a stock "TA05 Spool" and they have.
will it work/fit in 05ms? without issues or whatsoever...........
i really need to use spool here in our track.
Yes, The spool for the MS is the same as the TA-05.
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Old 08-10-2007, 11:19 AM
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this kit with Air duct ?
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Old 08-10-2007, 12:21 PM
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Hi
Hopefully some one can help me, who has the kit already
I need the parts number for the stick pack battery holder. I need to install them on my penguin chassis to hold my orion 3200. The current side brace does not seem secure enough

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now i need some help from you guys

im trying to change for 35t pully and 18 center pully- but none of the 35t pullies seem to fit spool/oneway. the whole in the pully is too small.

how have you done it????
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Originally Posted by habis View Post
now i need some help from you guys

im trying to change for 35t pully and 18 center pully- but none of the 35t pullies seem to fit spool/oneway. the whole in the pully is too small.

how have you done it????
you MIGHT have the pulley thats used for the diff. that is a different hole size than the one for the front.
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Originally Posted by nikkiesteban View Post
guys need help here.
is it normal for center shaft to have some play when attached to the motor mount? because when i set it to a much free setting it has some minimal play back and forth and up and down.. but when i set it to not much free( center pulley spinning with spur gear) it will not move up and down back and forth but you can feel that it has some drag. and i heard some clicking noise, and i think its the flanged bearings. how can i solve this probs? help please. thanks
Did you put the layshaft holder on the right way? One side is flat, and the other is raised in the middle. Put this raised side on the bearing, it it should be slop free. Be sure to use thread lock on that grub screw.

For the clicking noise, I think it's the king pin falling inside the shaft assembly. I used a small dab of anti wear grease to keep it in place.
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