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Old 11-24-2007, 07:25 PM   #1
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Hi everyone. I used to play with the shaft-driven Tamiya TL-01 chassis. Now i would like to go into (budget)belt-driven cars. I am looking at TA-05, Cyclone S & the older TA-04S. I intend to use either a 19t or 23t motor. Is it neccessary to modify the chassis? If neccessary, in which area? How does the TA-04S compare to the stock TA-05? Any opinion on the Cyclone S? Any help'll be appreciated. Thank you & have a nice day.
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Old 11-24-2007, 07:58 PM   #2
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IMO, get the TA-05, leave it alone, don't buy a bunch of unnessary hop-ups, (which most of them are) and just drive it and have fun, one tip, you may want to clean out the heavy grease the bearing and re oil with a light oil, other then that its a good budget car and i think it will fit your needs.
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