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Old 08-14-2007, 11:47 PM   #391
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Just to clarify:

The diff pulleys which come standard on the 501x are:

front: 35t (Black 415 style)
rear: 36t (white ta05 style)

The new optional diff pulleys are 37t
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I haven`t 501x, so can you tell me how to calculate IR when you use 35t front and 36t rear pulleys?

It`s easy when you use that normal combination 36/16 like rampal show earlier..
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oh okay... Thanks cruisaaja and hebiki...
That your question was TA05MS, wright? That car come 36t diff pullies
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Old 08-15-2007, 12:36 AM   #393
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Hey guys, what is the difference between the ball diffs "ball" that came with the kit (standard) compare to the tungsten ball ???
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Old 08-15-2007, 01:01 AM   #394
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Hey guys, what is the difference between the ball diffs "ball" that came with the kit (standard) compare to the tungsten ball ???
Quality, i think.

Those tungsten carbide balls last much longer than kit standard ones.
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Old 08-15-2007, 01:07 AM   #395
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Quality, i think.

Those tungsten carbide balls last much longer than kit standard ones.
Oh is that so??? But it is expensive for 8 balls... hahaha... Anyway, thanks bro for the reply...
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Old 08-15-2007, 01:56 AM   #396
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ohhhhh have you tried it?
yes. unfortunately this is not a viable tuning option for the TA05MS
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Old 08-15-2007, 02:43 AM   #397
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yes. unfortunately this is not a viable tuning option for the TA05MS
Hebiki. You have to measure what brand of belt can use for MS if change that 18 middle pulley

What about 501x belts?
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Old 08-15-2007, 03:11 AM   #398
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Just bought the stuffs that I need to make the ball diff that marc rheinard used during the reedy race and some of his fellow racers... And will see what will happen... Will it be faster, better ,or what...
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I'm thinking that the custom diff is best suited for low turn modified motors. I've used the stock 36 tooth wide pitch pulley diff with diff covers for quite a while on my TA05R and haven't had reliability issues; I use a Novak GTB with a 13.5 Pro in that car. However, when I ran the same car with my Novak 5.5R, after about 7-8 battery packs, I noticed that the same diff was quickly beginning to lose its smoothness. I wonder if the extra durability of the custom diff is worth the cost of the added weight on the drive train with the use of the 13.5 Pro or the 10.5 Pro in my TA05MS or TA05R.
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Tungsten carbide balls are much harder than std balls...
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Tungsten carbide balls are much harder than std balls...
I have used ceramic balls (general 3mm) - they are less than 10EUR/set (including shipping) from WalaWala-shop @ eBay and last almost forever , especially when used with dustcover stickers...
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GUYS, just tried doing the 16 balls diff with a 36t diff pulley (not the wide pitch version) but it seems to be not smooth...Is it really like this or should it be like a normal ball diff that we assemble out of the box??? I followed the procedures like what it says but still, no smoothness when I turn the other side of the wheel... Anyone tried this already???
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Hebiki. You have to measure what brand of belt can use for MS if change that 18 middle pulley

What about 501x belts?
how many teeth are in the 501x belts? not sure how many are in the TA05MS belts either. havent looked.
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Sorry Chris, can`t help wright now. I`ll give you ball back

I just finish my diff project and no any spare time left for the belts...

Maybe later
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Sorry Chris, can`t help wright now. I`ll give you ball back

I just finish my diff project and no any spare time left for the belts...

Maybe later
no worries. after TCS nats, i'll look into it more.

im just waiting for the next race day to run my 05MS again. car ran great last sat in the 13.5 stock class.
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