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Old 01-17-2006, 08:52 PM   #2551
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do you guys have any idea how to gear the TA-05 w/ a RS540 motor (SPORT TUNED) i need a starting point.
Your on the taob team and your asking how to gear a mabuchi!!!! Just get to around 5.0 to 5.3 final drive ratio.
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Your on the taob team and your asking how to gear a mabuchi!!!! Just get to around 5.0 to 5.3 final drive ratio.
i know ha! anyway thanks..
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Old 01-17-2006, 09:16 PM   #2553
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i know ha! anyway thanks..
The black can you might try more like a 5.7, that is where I think I ran mine.
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Old 01-17-2006, 09:40 PM   #2554
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OK guys--On these stock Mabuchi/Johnson motors, what are the tricks to breaking them in or getting the most out of them that you can? Thanks

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gonna bolt a Mabuchi in that JRX-S there, Pook?!?!? lol.... get outta that GT3 class!

i dont know all the secrets, but ill share what i know... shouldnt take long!
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OK guys--On these stock Mabuchi/Johnson motors, what are the tricks to breaking them in or getting the most out of them that you can? Thanks

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First Question is it 2wd or 4wd.
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Old 01-17-2006, 10:03 PM   #2557
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did you plan to selling whole conversion of XR05 for Ta05?
Hi Guo Chean,

How are you? I don't think we'll sell a complete XR05 car as it will be too expensive due to the amount of parts used. But all the parts used will be listed along with the reason for it being used so you guys can pick and choose what is ideal for your car. Also, once we are done, we are going to try and get this car featured in a magazine as well

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Old 01-17-2006, 10:53 PM   #2558
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gonna bolt a Mabuchi in that JRX-S there, Pook?!?!? lol.... get outta that GT3 class!

i dont know all the secrets, but ill share what i know... shouldnt take long!
OK first off.......Yo Momma!! J/K Wes

Nahhhh, guys I have a TA05 for my son to start racing this year. I want to keep him competitive in the Novice class plus he will drive this car in the Tamiya race in Memphis. I really like the car and I may be driving one come TCS time as well. I keep holding out for the loaded version to be released for myself. On the Mabuchi I have heard everything from soaking it in disel or WD40 to bolt it in and gear it to the moon!!! What cha think??

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First Question is it 2wd or 4wd.
Box stock TA05 my friend. What would you do?


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With that motor just oil the ends and drop it in the car.
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Your on the taob team and your asking how to gear a mabuchi!!!! Just get to around 5.0 to 5.3 final drive ratio.


hey juan.. i got some tricks for you for 19T

TAOB and mabuchi? what are you talking about? we know nothing about those motors.
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Hi Guys,

Just want to post a quick not on some new TA05 Hop-ups:

Xenon Racing TA05 CNC Machined aluminum motor mount

New Square TA05 hop-ups

New TA05 Tamiya hop-ups including new limited black sway bar kit

Also, I'll be posting some of work in progress picture of the XR05 tomorrow

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Steve.. one suggestion..
You might want to compare the weight of stock part to tell everyone how many weight hopup saved...
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Box stock TA05 my friend. What would you do?


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I would oil the bushings, and gear it in the 5.0 for a large open track. or about a 5.3 for a tight track.
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TAOB and mabuchi? what are you talking about? we know nothing about those motors.

You will burn for that lil lie..
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