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Old 03-28-2006, 07:19 AM   #3556
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Can anyone tell me the part numbers of all the parts that make up a TA05 center layshaft?
I think you need the A metal parts bag.......................
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Old 03-28-2006, 12:42 PM   #3557
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I dont know if you guys are sick of looking at Xenon pics, but I snapped a few of the one I just traded and got today. Here ya go.

One thing I can say for sure is its super wide. Like IRS TC3 carbon chassis wide. I guess the motor/layshaft mount accounts for that. Kind of a bummer.

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Old 03-28-2006, 01:19 PM   #3558
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Hello . TA05 is a good car overall . But I need front urethane bumper of it . Where can I find it ?
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Old 03-28-2006, 04:05 PM   #3559
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1. Yes, my blocks are all from the 415. Right now I'm using x, xc,xc,c from front to back with the 46mm bones.
2. Yes, but if you use all really narrow like xd, xc together it seems the arms hits up against the bulkheads- too narrow I guess. This goes for both tub chassis.
3 Speedtech- most are here in stock http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebp...?catmainid=269
4. I have been sticking w/ Tamiya only because of rules.
5 Ditto.

Looks like I can go up to A blocks but then I would be exceding the diffs...
Thanks for the info MikeR, I'll review my shopping list for TA05...

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Old 03-28-2006, 05:32 PM   #3560
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Guys...I want to ask a dumb one here goes

I want to make the rear of the car have 0 or .5 degrees of toe in (as opposed to the 2 degree the stock kit has)...which blocks do I need? Seems hard to decipher. Id like to switch to aluminum so Ill need a couple of part #'s thanks.

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Old 03-28-2006, 06:07 PM   #3561
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Guys...I want to ask a dumb one here goes

I want to make the rear of the car have 0 or .5 degrees of toe in (as opposed to the 2 degree the stock kit has)...which blocks do I need? Seems hard to decipher. Id like to switch to aluminum so Ill need a couple of part #'s thanks.

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Maybe any 2 block numbers right next to each other (ie A&B or X&XA)....... but but why? Are you running 2 degree hubs?
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i saw some more new hop up coming for TA05 in RCworld magazine, it's the alum endbell guard and carbon center shaft retainer (??) - if that's what it's called... u know the one that covers the spur gear and got the antenna post.
sorry if i used the wrong name as long as you guys understand...

anyway, anybody heard anything about this? availability etc

by the way they are tamiya products so they should be TCS legal
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Maybe any 2 block numbers right next to each other (ie A&B or X&XA)....... but but why? Are you running 2 degree hubs?
The kit comes with 2deg. hubs Mike.....................
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Guys...I want to ask a dumb one here goes

I want to make the rear of the car have 0 or .5 degrees of toe in (as opposed to the 2 degree the stock kit has)...which blocks do I need? Seems hard to decipher. Id like to switch to aluminum so Ill need a couple of part #'s thanks.

Paul
You can buy the hubs for the TA04 that are 0deg.
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i saw some more new hop up coming for TA05 in RCworld magazine, it's the alum endbell guard and carbon center shaft retainer (??) - if that's what it's called... u know the one that covers the spur gear and got the antenna post.
sorry if i used the wrong name as long as you guys understand...

anyway, anybody heard anything about this? availability etc

by the way they are tamiya products so they should be TCS legal
I think it's available now in Japan (Masa from CHamp told in his forum).
Those are :
53904 TA05 Carbon center plate Discount price 662Yen 3/29
53905 TA05 Aluminium side breace Discount price 956Yen 3/29
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Old 03-28-2006, 07:25 PM   #3566
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I dont know if you guys are sick of looking at Xenon pics, but I snapped a few of the one I just traded and got today. Here ya go.

One thing I can say for sure is its super wide. Like IRS TC3 carbon chassis wide. I guess the motor/layshaft mount accounts for that. Kind of a bummer.

Ray
Nice pics but I prefer 3racing TA05 SSG carbon (lwr, upr, fr, rr) + those alums every things (incl. arms) just to be my shelf queen ...

About the turnbuckles, are those ALUMs or TITANs ?
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I now a proud owner of a used fully optioned TA-05. Can anyone post links of where to get setups using sorex 36/c-med insert on asphalt.
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I now a proud owner of a used fully optioned TA-05. Can anyone post links of where to get setups using sorex 36/c-med insert on asphalt.
What options you put on yours ?
Are those Tamiya based or you just mixed up with other brands ?

I'm looking for blue titanium. Just check AE but the size not match. Any info for blue titans ? (any brands)
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I now a proud owner of a used fully optioned TA-05. Can anyone post links of where to get setups using sorex 36/c-med insert on asphalt.
Blank set up sheet

Rubber tire set up sheet
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