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Old 10-22-2005, 09:01 AM   #1726
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Steve Wang, any clue on when the Xenon/SpeedtechRC TA05 chassis will be in? I need it for carpet!
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Old 10-22-2005, 11:17 AM   #1727
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Need help. I don't have the manual or a blow-up f the TA 05. I need all the part numbers where the center gears are. The area where the spur gear is. I need the numbers of the gear that is next to the spur and there is another part that comes after that. Looks like some type of bearing/bushing? Thanks in advance!

If you know where to look for the blow-up version, please post the link. I can't find it on TAMIYA USA's site.
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Old 10-22-2005, 01:15 PM   #1728
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Crescent Ring
9808019

Bearing
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Spur Gear Holder
3455870

Pulley
51213

Pulley
51213

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9115157

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Bearing
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Old 10-22-2005, 03:45 PM   #1729
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yeah man.....can't wait for the xeonon chassis to come out! the anxiety is killing me... by the way guys, what pinion and spur would you recommend if i am running 8-10 turn motor on prepared asphalt......kinda confused by the 48 and 64pitch thingy...THANKS
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Old 10-22-2005, 05:39 PM   #1730
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Had my first chance to wind out the TA05 in a schoolyard today. Was running my VFS-1 and a Green Machine Pro motor... Turns out that it IS quiet, that is, until I came across the previously mentioned "microscopic element in spur gear" noise. Quickly diagnosed and solved thanks to reading previous posts here

Now I just gotta figure out how to dial out the understeer problem I seem to be having!!
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Old 10-22-2005, 05:52 PM   #1731
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Had my first chance to wind out the TA05 in a schoolyard today. Was running my VFS-1 and a Green Machine Pro motor... Turns out that it IS quiet, that is, until I came across the previously mentioned "microscopic element in spur gear" noise. Quickly diagnosed and solved thanks to reading previous posts here

Now I just gotta figure out how to dial out the understeer problem I seem to be having!!
It will depend on lots of factors:
Are you running kit tires? If not what tires, compound?
Is the surface clean?
Is it stock set-up?
More info the better...
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Old 10-22-2005, 06:16 PM   #1732
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Trying to figure this block thing out.

So the stock car comes with 2 degree rear hubs, and 0 degree inboard toe, right?

So if I want 1.5 per side, I want the X block in the front of the rear arms, and the XC in the rear of the rear arms?

Adn if I want 1.0 per side , I want the X up front and the XB out rear right?
I do not think you are correct. The supplied blocks (from the front of the car to the back) were: M5, M4, M3, M5

I measured the locations of the holes for M4 and M5 parts and they were about 43.5mm (IE M4 and M5 are the same). I do think the M3 looked narrower when I was assembling it, but I did not think about measuring the holes before I mounted M3, so I am not certain. However, if M3 were the same distance as M4, then I do not think that Tamiya would have called it M3 at all (or they would have changed all the numbers for these parts). So I think that if the rear toe overall is 2 degrees, then the uprights may be either 0 degrees or 1 degree, and the rest of the toe-in is from the blocks. If I get a chance to disassemble the setup I will confirm this later (unless someone else does first).

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Do TRF 415 diffs and spool and oneway fit in the TA05? If not regularly, can they be modified to fit?
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Old 10-22-2005, 08:30 PM   #1734
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Old 10-22-2005, 09:15 PM   #1735
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The part go

Crescent Ring
9808019

Bearing
9805672

Spur Gear Holder
3455870

Pulley
51213

Pulley
51213

Plastic Bushing
9115157

Spacer
9808018

Bearing
9805672

Crescent Ring
9808019

JC
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Old 10-23-2005, 02:05 AM   #1736
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hey guys.. here are some pics of my TA05, its been posted up all over DRC, so here you guys go:




and a close up of my front end.
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Steve Wang, any clue on when the Xenon/SpeedtechRC TA05 chassis will be in? I need it for carpet!
Jimmy... you running the alum. bulkheads on yours? curious to see if there are any additional advantages. btw.. can you PM your detailed set up (the one with the red/white spring set up?) id like to try it out. thanks man
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Old 10-23-2005, 07:56 AM   #1738
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Need help. Is this part plastic or metal? How can I buy this piece? I have th epart number but cannot find it to buy it.
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Yep, was set up according to manual, with kit tires, TRF shocks & yellow springs all around. Surface was dirty asphalt, them kids don't keep their schoolyard too clean!

I'll be running it again today, on a different surface, and will have different springs with me to try out. Figured I'd go to blues in the rear as a start.

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Are you running kit tires? If not what tires, compound?
Is the surface clean?
Is it stock set-up?
More info the better...
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