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Old 10-04-2007, 06:36 PM   #691
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[QUOTE=rampal;3732290]for a big wide high speed track with a 3.5r, I'm with the spool... I'm using one right now and it's like night and day... and you still have brakes ... perhaps for the 23t the one-way will give you better feeling, however I don't know what you can do with a 23t on big track.... I just get deeply bored on the straight.... hehe.

Hahaha... Hey, thanks for the reply about spool and one way... The track that I am running is not like yours, yours is very BIG... In where I run is only maybe more than a half in the straight...

Anyway, thanks again!
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Old 10-04-2007, 07:49 PM   #692
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i see. well im waiting for my item..

is this steel?
and where i should put the shims?
The black outdrives are steel. You can use the shims between the bearing and the lip on the outdrive. I don't really find them necessary on the TA05MS as there as not as much play between the lip and the bearing in comparison to the TA05.

I think one-ways truly shine when paired with motors in the "stock" power range on smaller courses. The rear-wheel drive corner entry feeling is great; no other configuration gives that kind of corner entry speed and line. But even in that range of power, if you are on a larger track where you need to slow down very quickly, say for instance, if coming off a straight, then the lack of brakes can be a serious disadvantage.
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Old 10-04-2007, 07:54 PM   #693
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The black outdrives are steel. You can use the shims between the bearing and the lip on the outdrive. I don't really find them necessary on the TA05MS as there as not as much play between the lip and the bearing in comparison to the TA05.

I think one-ways truly shine when paired with motors in the "stock" power range on smaller courses. The rear-wheel drive corner entry feeling is great; no other configuration gives that kind of corner entry speed and line. But even in that range of power, if you are on a larger track where you need to slow down very quickly, say for instance, if coming off a straight, then the lack of brakes can be a serious disadvantage.
i see. is there a piece of outdrives that i can get.. like delrin outdrives so i can replace the steel?
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Old 10-04-2007, 08:03 PM   #694
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According to ittjv and rampal, you need:

TAM9804268 - 415 MRE Replacement outdrives
TAM9804267 - 415 MRE Aluminum Spool Drive Cup

I am probably going to start using the delrin outdrives as well.
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Old 10-04-2007, 09:34 PM   #695
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What's wrong with the steel???
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i got my spool..
ang the steel outdrives are heavy..

maybe if the outdrives and dogbones are steel..
the dogbones or universal shafts may bend when we crash.
correct me guys if im wrong.

and by putting outdrives instead of steel.
which of them will break if crashed?
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Old 10-05-2007, 12:23 AM   #697
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maybe if the outdrives and dogbones are steel..
the dogbones or universal shafts may bend when we crash.
correct me guys if im wrong.
Mine seems to hold very good (considering my car likes to fly 3ft from the ground sometimes )
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Does any one know if the ms carbon fibre lower deck will work with the stock ta05 parts? Please see image
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Old 10-05-2007, 02:54 AM   #699
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Does any one know if the ms carbon fibre lower deck will work with the stock ta05 parts? Please see image
dont think so... this is for the 05MS which has different motor mount, belts and upperdeck... if you want to transform your TA05 on carbon, I reccomend you to search for a kawada, penguim or a kawahara carbon fiber chassis kit (around US$100-120)... otherwise just buy the 05MS kit (around USS 340).

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Does any one know if the ms carbon fibre lower deck will work with the stock ta05 parts? Please see image
am pretty sure that the stock TA-05 bulkheads and motor mount wo'nt fit with the MS lower deck do'nt know about the suspension parts though
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i got my spool..
ang the steel outdrives are heavy..

maybe if the outdrives and dogbones are steel..
the dogbones or universal shafts may bend when we crash.
correct me guys if im wrong.

and by putting outdrives instead of steel.
which of them will break if crashed?
Nice... Haha... Please tell us how it will perform with a spool... Comparison... Etc etc...
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im building my spool now. and the shaft that is holding the outdrives are falling..
did you put a glue or thread lock in it? so it will not fall. need reply ASAP. tahnks
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im building my spool now. and the shaft that is holding the outdrives are falling..
did you put a glue or thread lock in it? so it will not fall. need reply ASAP. tahnks
the shaft is kept in its place by the bearings... you should be ok.... at least on the delrin ones it doesn't move....

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the shaft is kept in its place by the bearings... you should be ok.... at least on the delrin ones it doesn't move....

al
ohhhh.. thanks... hehe.. i will continue building.. thanks al.
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done.. I noticed it chatters much when turned left and right?
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