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Old 03-15-2013, 10:01 AM
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Hi guys,

What are the difference between 60D Type A premounts and the 60D S grip premounts?

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Old 03-15-2013, 01:15 PM
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Originally Posted by fx35rc
Hi guys,

What are the difference between 60D Type A premounts and the 60D S grip premounts?

Thanks
Type A are slicks, S grip are Radials.
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Originally Posted by jha07
Type A are slicks, S grip are Radials.
Thanks..much appreciated
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Old 03-16-2013, 09:18 AM
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Do the TCS rules for the Mini class require use of only Tamiya shock springs or are any manufacturer's shock springs legal?

Wondering because I can't quite tell from the rules' verbiage.
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TCS Rules:
All Tamiya vehicles must use Tamiya parts only. No parts from other manufactures unless specified within this document.
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So, Tamiya springs only. Check and thank you.
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You can check the rules, but I am pretty sure you have ti use Tamiya shocks and springs.
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Guys, look at this

Tamiya Steel Gear Differential Unit Rear TA06 TA06 PRO FF-03R XV-01 #54471




It's from the XV-01 chassis, reckon they fit into the m05? Visually I'd say yes
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Does the XV01 use a 39 tooth differential with the same pitch as the M chassis?
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Oh look, would this be an alternative too?

3Racing Gear Differential 39T For 3racing Sakura FF(#SAK-F01)
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Nevermind

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Okay, wrong place, but...who knows anything about the ABC Genetic and basic setup for it? Drop me a PM.
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Originally Posted by cheapskate.brok
Guys, look at this

Tamiya Steel Gear Differential Unit Rear TA06 TA06 PRO FF-03R XV-01 #54471
That's a standard TA06 gear diff (in black rather than white) with steel internal gears included which used to be an option (#54428). The casing is certainly not steel...

Edit: I looked at that picture again and there are two different assembled diffs... one does look like it could be even made out of steel but that would be madness, what's going on in the pic?

Originally Posted by monkeyracing
Does the XV01 use a 39 tooth differential with the same pitch as the M chassis?
Well the TA06 (and TRF511 w/Upgrade Kit that I'm running) both use the same diff and yes, it's 39t. Whether it's compatible with the M chassis I wouldn't know (it's pretty big!).
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i read somewhere in the Australian forum that the Sakura FF diffs indeed fits in the m05 (with a little mod with no futher details). Nways, I am getting one just for curiosity's sake. Let you guys know in 2 weeks
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Originally Posted by cheapskate.brok
i read somewhere in the Australian forum that the Sakura FF diffs indeed fits in the m05 (with a little mod with no futher details). Nways, I am getting one just for curiosity's sake. Let you guys know in 2 weeks

if you are looking for a oil filled gear diff for the m05 cant go past the TOP Sabre FD #PO-SDT114 gear mesh is same as tamiya, and no mods need to be done, expect a few more shims on the outdrives to center it in the chassis
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