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Old 01-18-2006, 11:28 AM   #2566
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Is the Xenon motor mount designed to fit on a carbon chassis or the moulded chassis.....???????????
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fine i wont share my 19T secrets with you then.
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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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i very good over here, how about you? is true but sometimes for TA05 fans i think they do not care the price they only care their car kit look cools such as me. hahahar Steve is the damper cylinder that you show from photo are limited edition?
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Is the Xenon motor mount designed to fit on a carbon chassis or the moulded chassis.....???????????
I Believe it will, but I will double check on that tonight.

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Old 01-18-2006, 07:44 PM   #2571
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Hi, i just received my TRF Special Dampers and was wondering if anyone knows what setup to use for a TA-05. (2 or 3 Piston Holes and how many, if any O-rings.)

The instructions dont have the recommended set-up for a TA-05...

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Use 3-hole piston and the urethane bushing.
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Old 01-18-2006, 08:13 PM   #2573
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Just finished my TA05! Went for a test run at the local track (asphalt) and it turned out great! My question is: what gear ratio are you guys using? I am at 6.3 now ....using 108 spur and 32 pinion.. acceleration was great, top speed pretty okay. also, where did you guys mount your receivers? its a pretty tight fit behind the servo !!! please share your thoughts. thanks!!!
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Put your reciever on top the servo or make your RX to stand up in that tiny space.
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I mounted the Receiver on top of the Servo... I cut out some Styrene and used it between them just to give the receiver a bit more shock absorbtion.
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Question re the spool for the TA05. I just received my TA05 spool & plan to retro fit in my TRF414M and noticed that the outdrives are not the delrin outdrives that the 415 version has, but steel ones.

How does the TA05 spool hold up? If the steel ones last longer that the delrin outdrives, I might just use the steel outdrives on my 415 spool instead.

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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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Just finished my TA05! Went for a test run at the local track (asphalt) and it turned out great! My question is: what gear ratio are you guys using? I am at 6.3 now ....using 108 spur and 32 pinion.. acceleration was great, top speed pretty okay. also, where did you guys mount your receivers? its a pretty tight fit behind the servo !!! please share your thoughts. thanks!!!
You didn't say what motor you were running with that ratio. At 6.3 I'm guessing stock or maybe 19t. I've been running right around the 6.5-6.8 range with my 19t.

As for the reciever, you really shouldn't have any problems mounting it where its designed to go. I'm surprised to see so many people say they mount theirs on the servo. Unless your running budget radio equipment, there really isn't any reciever that shouldn't fit. I use a Novak Xxtra, which is about at big as there is, and it drops down in there just fine.
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TA05 Tamiya Spool Feedback

Question re the spool for the TA05. I just received my TA05 spool & plan to retro fit in my TRF414M and noticed that the outdrives are not the delrin outdrives that the 415 version has, but steel ones.

How does the TA05 spool hold up? If the steel ones last longer that the delrin outdrives, I might just use the steel outdrives on my 415 spool instead.

Any replies will be welcomed.
I have some chatter issues using the steel outdrive, so I'm running the delrin outdrives off of the 415. Much smoother, only set back is they are more likely to crack if you hit hard, I mean very hard! Just my 2$
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You didn't say what motor you were running with that ratio. At 6.3 I'm guessing stock or maybe 19t. I've been running right around the 6.5-6.8 range with my 19t.

As for the reciever, you really shouldn't have any problems mounting it where its designed to go. I'm surprised to see so many people say they mount theirs on the servo. Unless your running budget radio equipment, there really isn't any reciever that shouldn't fit. I use a Novak Xxtra, which is about at big as there is, and it drops down in there just fine.
I don't like mounting the reciever that close to the motor! I have concerns!!
Glitching issues! I run mine on top of my servo and no problems there!
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