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Old 12-12-2009, 10:33 AM
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i also have some steering knuckles, trade for halo2x///...

cheehtae- you have MSX??
I use to, sold it for cheeeeep. I should'nt have. Now I want a 416.
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Old 12-12-2009, 03:17 PM
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Yes, mid mount motor. Great steering.
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Old 12-12-2009, 10:02 PM
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Originally Posted by cheehtae View Post
ck if kasya, ck the PN # if they are the same. U.S. America. Kung me kamaganak ka d2 I'll just mail it to them. Libre pa. Pag uwi ko jan buy me some Digman Halo-halo. LOL
hmm.. my brother is in orangevale, CA.. my sis and my mom malayo naman, canada,, ako ulilang lubos dito.. hehe.. dun kasi maraming pinoy, laging may nauwi...

pero ang size nitong akin ay:: 37mm left hole<<--->>right hole

7mm top to bottom... thats from the center of the hole..


sige sir,, sky's the limit sa halo-halo, pero ikaw lang sir.. hehe
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Old 12-14-2009, 01:23 PM
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Hello,
I am newbie on this forum.

I am from Slovakia (central Europe, home of Xray/Hudy Factory).

I have one TA05MS and its great car!
Very easy to drive.

...and, i am very interested in, how many racers using this concept

I win first Open Race in Xray Factory (ProStock class), first time using TA05MS

I am using SpeedPassion GT 2.0 speedo (latest soft from Toni Rheinard), SpeedPassion 3.0 13.5T (handout from ETS series), SMC Lipos, LTC-R body...

Modified class win home driver Martin Hudy/Xray

Good work Tamiya.
Thanks to great cars.
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Old 01-02-2010, 03:41 AM
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hi i have one of these for sale if anyones interested pm me its selling for $250
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Old 03-02-2010, 06:34 AM
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Would someone on here be able to provide me a list (preferably with part numbers) of what's required to run a front spool/direct coupling setup on this car?

thanks!
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Old 03-02-2010, 12:53 PM
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Originally Posted by ErikO View Post
Would someone on here be able to provide me a list (preferably with part numbers) of what's required to run a front spool/direct coupling setup on this car?
If you head over to the the product page on the Tamiya USA web site and go through the hop-up list, you should find this. Fairly confident that if you have the standard car, you won't need any other bits.

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Old 03-04-2010, 04:46 PM
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Thanks for the help. I ordered one and look forward to trying it out.

Another question, what's the recommended FDR for running a 17.5 rubber tire setup on a fairly tight track?

Thanks!
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Old 03-06-2010, 03:36 AM
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Originally Posted by ErikO View Post
Another question, what's the recommended FDR for running a 17.5 rubber tire setup on a fairly tight track?
Given the current state of the ESC wars, this will depend almost completely on what electronics you're running. With an old school speedy, you could be as tall as 3.5 and with a new one, down to 6 or more.

For this reason, it's a good idea to head over to the speedy-specific forums and see what others are doing. Where possible, have a chat to the guys at the track and get some ideas.

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Interesting. I'm running a LRP Sphere TC spec if it helps. I'll see what the guys at the track are running and adjust accordingly by temps.

I love this car. I just enjoy working on it and admiring the engineering and the quality of the parts.

I look forward to being able to drive it more now that I replaced the one way. I just couldn't get it to do anything with the original front diff.
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Old 05-02-2010, 10:29 AM
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How many guys are still running the MS on carpet? How good is this car on the rug? Bought one hoping to use it for next season of carpet racing with a 21.5 or 17.5 power.
Thank you for the info
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Old 05-02-2010, 11:47 AM
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Originally Posted by dragracer72nova View Post
How many guys are still running the MS on carpet? How good is this car on the rug? Bought one hoping to use it for next season of carpet racing with a 21.5 or 17.5 power.
Thank you for the info
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Dave, you cannot resist the addiction can you ? . I picked up an original 415 yesterday, couldnt resist.

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Dave, you cannot resist the addiction can you ? . I picked up an original 415 yesterday, couldnt resist.

Jimmy

Ya, I have Tamiya Blue running in my veins! Pretty neat car, a cross between a 05 and a Version II.
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Yup the ta05ms is a very good car. Especially for carpet as the chassis is very stiff.

Will you be running foam or rubber?

Anyhows here is my basic set-up

Tyres - Gecko 32's at the front and Gecko 30's at the back
Shocks / springs - tamiya Whites (50wt oil) at the front and Tamiya Blues (40wt) at the back - I also have the hop up blue retainers to lower the springs another 1mm.
Stabilizer - med front - Soft Rear
Ride height -4.5 front 5 rear
Droop- 1mm front 2mm rear

I run a 28t pinion (std 105t spur) and a SP9.5 with a GT 2.0 esc (limited edition blue one of course LOL!).

The car is great! responsive and lethal on the infield.

I was thinking about doing the big pulley conversion (35, 18) it will reduce the idr to 1.944. But the car is winning most weeks so I cant see the need to change it atm.

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Old 05-08-2010, 08:22 AM
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little bump..

oh and I won the A final in my ta05ms this week..
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