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Old 02-26-2012, 03:15 AM   #1
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Default TA05v2, TA06, TB03. Which is a better choice?

Hi, as the topic mentioned, which chassis is the best for touring?

Shaft or belt driven? Which is better?
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Old 02-26-2012, 03:41 AM   #2
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For touring racing
The ta05 and the ta06 because they are belt driven
Also check out the used cars sometimes you can grab a great bargin
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Old 02-26-2012, 10:08 AM   #3
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+1 TA05 or TA06. I had a TB03 and although it is shaft driven, it is not a TC3 in durability. I had breakage issues from racing impacts on the Islands and boards at the Tamiya Track.
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+1 TA05 or TA06. I had a TB03 and although it is shaft driven, it is not a TC3 in durability. I had breakage issues from racing impacts on the Islands and boards at the Tamiya Track.
but won't the belt gets worn off faster because of the small rocks that get into the belt while driving?
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Eventually it will. Thats why I got myself a FF03 Pro.
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but won't the belt gets worn off faster because of the small rocks that get into the belt while driving?
So far ive been running my TA05 ver 2 every week for about a year using the stock kit belts and no probs so far
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I only drive were there is not rocks or pebbles dont be afraid of belt drives i thought if i went to belts i would replace every week i replace them once a year if i need to
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