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Old 03-11-2010, 10:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Tsquare View Post
Does anyone have the parts listing to convert a TA05 IFS to a V2??
This is what you'll need to do a conversion from an IFS-R to a Ver.II

1 x 54095 - TB-03 Racing Steering Set
2 x 53851 - Titanium Coated 46mm Suspension Shaft
1 x 51253 - TB Evolution 5 "B" Parts
1 x 10115525 - TA-05 Ver.II "K" Parts
1 x 10115527 - TA-05 Ver.II "M" Parts
1 x 19115256 - TA-05 Ver.II Chassis
1 x 15405048 - TA-05 Ver.II Motor Mount
1 x 13454456 - TA-05 Ver.II Center Shaft
1 x 13454445 - TA-05 Ver.II Spur Gear Holder
1 x 54174 - TA-05 Ver.II SeperateSuspension Mounts (1C/1XC)
1 x 54172 - TA-05 Ver.II SeperateSuspension Mounts (1A/1XA)

If you want to complete the Ver.II conversion fully from a standard IFS then you'll need these parts too. It may actually be more cost effective to buy the Ver.II kit.

1 x 51092 - 46mm Swing Shaft
1 x 53742 - 46mm Swing Shaft - Lightweight
2 x 54076 - TB-03 Wheel Axles
2 x 53988 - TRF501X Ball Differential Pulley
2 x 51287 - Large Ball Diff Plate
1 x 53989 - TRF501X Center Pulley
2 x 54170 - TA-05 Ver.II Low Friction Drive Blet
2 x 53928 - Short Reversible Suspension Arm
1 x 54031 - TA05-IFS Carbon Reinforced F Parts - H Carrier (4deg)
1 x 51332 - TRF416 Front Upright
1 x 51333 - TRF416 Rear Upright
8 x 1050 bearings
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Old 03-12-2010, 12:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Skitee View Post
This is what you'll need to do a conversion from an IFS-R to a Ver.II

1 x 54095 - TB-03 Racing Steering Set
2 x 53851 - Titanium Coated 46mm Suspension Shaft
1 x 51253 - TB Evolution 5 "B" Parts
1 x 10115525 - TA-05 Ver.II "K" Parts
1 x 10115527 - TA-05 Ver.II "M" Parts
1 x 19115256 - TA-05 Ver.II Chassis
1 x 15405048 - TA-05 Ver.II Motor Mount
1 x 13454456 - TA-05 Ver.II Center Shaft
1 x 13454445 - TA-05 Ver.II Spur Gear Holder
1 x 54174 - TA-05 Ver.II SeperateSuspension Mounts (1C/1XC)
1 x 54172 - TA-05 Ver.II SeperateSuspension Mounts (1A/1XA)

If you want to complete the Ver.II conversion fully from a standard IFS then you'll need these parts too. It may actually be more cost effective to buy the Ver.II kit.

1 x 51092 - 46mm Swing Shaft
1 x 53742 - 46mm Swing Shaft - Lightweight
2 x 54076 - TB-03 Wheel Axles
2 x 53988 - TRF501X Ball Differential Pulley
2 x 51287 - Large Ball Diff Plate
1 x 53989 - TRF501X Center Pulley
2 x 54170 - TA-05 Ver.II Low Friction Drive Blet
2 x 53928 - Short Reversible Suspension Arm
1 x 54031 - TA05-IFS Carbon Reinforced F Parts - H Carrier (4deg)
1 x 51332 - TRF416 Front Upright
1 x 51333 - TRF416 Rear Upright
8 x 1050 bearings
This is perfect - thanks for the part list.
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Question #1 (17.5 racers )
What gear combo are you running for 17.5 rubber? (medium indoor carpet)

Question #2 (21.5 VTA racers)
What gear combo are you running for 21.5

I'm at 96/47 for a 4.19 fdr for starters

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anybody have problems fitting a thunder power battery on it's tray? also, anybody knows if there is a graphite chassis for this car?
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Does anyone have problem with servo saver popping off?. I have a one way front diff. I have the servo saver that comes with the TA 05 V.2 package. Its a hop up part, I don't know why its popping out. I'm thinking of getting the kimbrough servo saver

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Does anyone know the part number for the carbon reinforced front upright thks.
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Does anyone know the part number for the carbon reinforced front upright thks.
Same parts as 416x.. can be found here, along with the carbon arms, c-hubs, knuckles, etc...

http://www.tamiyausa.com/product/rcp...s&kit_id=42162
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Hi guys,

Does anyone have problem with servo saver popping off?. I have a one way front diff. I have the servo saver that comes with the TA 05 V.2 package. Its a hop up part, I don't know why its popping out. I'm thinking of getting the kimbrough servo saver

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Servo saver only pops off if it is put together incorrectly. Looks at the instructions and illustrations again. You probably missed putting the end cap on. Never had an issue here.
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anybody have problems fitting a thunder power battery on it's tray? also, anybody knows if there is a graphite chassis for this car?

TA05v2 graphite chassis is not yet available. This car was just released, it will be coming soon, I'm sure. Any of the lipos fit, you may have to dremel the lip on one or both side of the battery tray to make it fit flat. I had to do it for one side for my Trakpower lipos.
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Servo saver only pops off if it is put together incorrectly. Looks at the instructions and illustrations again. You probably missed putting the end cap on. Never had an issue here.
Thanks Chris, you were right...late night installs..I also forgot to put the end cap (K-13 part) for the belt pulley.
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Busted one of the H carriers (F part, 51293) last night. LHS needs to order part but looks like it might be on back order. Can I use the H carrier part from the TA05 IFS car? Any suggestions? Thanks.
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Busted one of the H carriers (F part, 51293) last night. LHS needs to order part but looks like it might be on back order. Can I use the H carrier part from the TA05 IFS car? Any suggestions? Thanks.
Yes, they're the same part, actually, though I'd suggest you NOT use the carbon-filled ones, as they tend to be pretty brittle(at least from my experience they have been). And, if your local hobby shop has an easy enough time finding them, you can also use the once from the TB-EVO4(same as what's used on the more recent versions of the TRF 415, part # 51107). Keeps the geometry the same, & they're nice & chunky(& made of the more flexible plastic) so they can take a beating & keep working right....
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Part # 51107. I'll see what i can find.

Okay, what about part # 54031 for the IFS, is it the same part? I know they both are 4 hubs.

Which one would you use?
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Busted one of the H carriers (F part, 51293) last night. LHS needs to order part but looks like it might be on back order. Can I use the H carrier part from the TA05 IFS car? Any suggestions? Thanks.
Carl....this depends on which IFS car you have....the Type R had different suspension from what I know..it had the light weight short reverseable suspension....the early IFS cars did not. I would look at the TB03 for what will work with your V2 as they share the same suspension and so does the 416 but the TB03 is all out of the softer plastic. All the castor blocks will work with all the suspension just the shim on the steering knuckle will or will not need to be used with some of them.
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Question #1 (17.5 racers )
What gear combo are you running for 17.5 rubber? (medium indoor carpet)

Question #2 (21.5 VTA racers)
What gear combo are you running for 21.5

I'm at 96/47 for a 4.19 fdr for starters

#1

I'm running a Hobbywing 17.5 (sensorless) and I'm geared at 90/47. The motor is still under-geared, it's just *slightly* warm when it comes off a 15-minute practice run!

I'm thinking of dropping the spur down to 80 and leaving the pinion at 47. I might raise the pinion to 50 if i drop the spur down to 80...


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Sorry, I have no answer, I don't run that motor... Perhaps someone else can help???
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