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Old 05-17-2007, 01:29 AM   #16
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The TA05MS appears to have the new evo steering!
I remember Fred saying that the bulkheads should be interchangable to the STD. TA05.
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Old 05-17-2007, 06:59 AM   #17
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Old 05-17-2007, 07:32 AM   #18
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its awsome to see the Hot shot again!!! that was my first rc car, over 20 years ago
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Old 05-17-2007, 09:52 AM   #19
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Wow. Yokomo is the most boring company in all of R/C.
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So the IFS is the TA05 with the layed down front suspension? What does IFS stand for?
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Old 05-17-2007, 11:35 AM   #21
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So the IFS is the TA05 with the layed down front suspension? What does IFS stand for?
Inboard front suspension
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Old 05-17-2007, 11:36 AM   #22
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So the IFS is the TA05 with the layed down front suspension? What does IFS stand for?
inboard front suspension i think
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I am really excited about the IFS. I would love to see TC's running realistic bodies like the one it will come with.

Seeing that TA05MS sitting on top of that sheet that shows the differences between it, and the original TA05 drive train was really nice. The only question is whether or not they've improved on the TA05's excellent performance, or screwed up a good thing.
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Wow. Yokomo is the most boring company in all of R/C.
This is unfortunate, they are a good company with a good racing history, but no new TC's in a few years, minimal race presence and new drift bodies seem to be their new company direction. They have the look of a company that is winding their business down to be sold or taken over.
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In the kyosho thread, someone posted pics of 2 versions of the Kyosho Tf-5 Stallion. One is a Masami hirosaka version, and the other is the "Shin" version...is this true? Can anyone confirm this? Why is kyosho making a Masami version of the Stallion? Could it be that Masami has left Yokomo?
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It's a Masaaki version not Masami. Masami's dad made it

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In the kyosho thread, someone posted pics of 2 versions of the Kyosho Tf-5 Stallion. One is a Masami hirosaka version, and the other is the "Shin" version...is this true? Can anyone confirm this? Why is kyosho making a Masami version of the Stallion? Could it be that Masami has left Yokomo?

It is not Masami but Masaaki Hirosaka which is Masami's father. He does a lot of his own perfromance parts now aftermarket and I do not know f this is an actual Kyosho item or simply an aftermarket version of their car. Think Brabus Mercedes, or Saleen Mustang
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Looks like there are 2 cars for me the TA05MS and that HotBodies Cyclone 12, I was going to get a TA05S but the MS looks to have it beat. I figured it wouldnt be long befor HB entered the 1/12 ring, with drivers like Hara and Moore, there is sure to be a purple edition
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I have to get me a Ferrari
Same here... that should look nice beside my ABC Hobbies Ferrari 356 mini body. Is that for a mini chassis also?
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