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Old 06-24-2008, 08:49 PM   #1051
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2mm hex
1.5mm hex
5mm nut
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Old 06-27-2008, 06:51 AM   #1053
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Hi all,

Just wanted to update you on the MS. This week the electrics were all sorted so I had my first proper racing session with the car.

And its excellent! In my heat I got the best time of the day, 5 laps higher than the closest competitor.. The car is amazing on a tight indoor carpet track (with foams). I got in the A final and was doing really well until I got crashed out which put me back to 4th, but the car easily could keep up with the club hardcore..

I'm really pleased with it
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Old 07-01-2008, 02:17 PM   #1054
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Hi All

I received my ta05 aluminium suspension mounts, but they dont fit on the Ta05ms (I ordered the lightweight ones). One is fine but the other needs a screw to hold it down (when screwing it into the plastic tub)..

Anyone know of some that actually fit this car?

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Old 07-04-2008, 12:26 AM   #1055
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i see. well thanks for that.

I will use silvercan on my 05ms.
I will try the 35t and 18t pulley combination and see how it will work.
hi guys. tried this and the belts feel a bit on the tight, espcially at the rear. is this ok? will swapping in a belt from the standard TA05 or TA05/R fit?
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hi guys. tried this and the belts feel a bit on the tight, espcially at the rear. is this ok? will swapping in a belt from the standard TA05 or TA05/R fit?
Have you adjusted the belt tension, by rotating | spinning the diff holders?

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Old 07-04-2008, 02:41 AM   #1057
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Have you adjusted the belt tension, by rotating | spinning the diff holders?

Kevin

at the rear i already have the bearing holder rotated so that the triangle and round markers are parallel to each other already, with the triangle pointing to the inward. i assume this is the loosest setting. for the front i can still have 1 or 2 clicks to go softer though
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voodooph, hello sir, I haven't tried the pulley combo yet.
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Hi guys,
Had my first race meet/ first ever drive with my MS yesterday. I won both my qualifiers in Stock B which qualified me in 4th place in Stock A. In my first final i placed 5th and then in the next 2 finals placed 3rd in both. I was up against 7 Xrays and 2 TC5s. I shortened my best lap time from my R almost half a second and it was only my first race with the MS, so i am very happy with the car, and i believe it can still go alot faster.
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Does anybody know where and how this is used?
Tamiya Roller Bearing 9x5x4 For Pro And Reversible Suspension
[TA-15291] $4.70USD
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Sounds like an alternative to the 9x5x3 ball bearings which are used in the hubs.
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Does any one here know which aluminium servo mount to be used for TA05MS?

Item #53723 RC TB Evo IV Alum Servo Mount - Blue
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Item #53875 RC Aluminum Servo Stay - TA05 Lightweight

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The Ta05 ones dont work. You need to use the evo ones.
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Ha...and I thought there are something wrong with my eye, that "TA05" looks shorter, and like a 1/12th TC but it said it is 1/10th....
For that price....why not MSXX..?
The 30th Anniversary short wheel base car/chassis is for COLLECTORS only (hence the cost). Wanna race, get the MSXX or 416
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Old 07-18-2008, 07:34 AM   #1065
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i don't know if this is already answered..
what's the part number of the center oneway for TA05MS?..
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