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Old 06-25-2005, 06:00 PM   #346
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Wow... THe TA05's in that video, are they fully optioned or stock do you know?
I'm sure it is the one that is in the pics above.
So Yes I'm sure it is fully Hopped - Up
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Old 06-25-2005, 06:45 PM   #347
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They look pretty fast haha... IDK if the stock Ta05 will be that fast who knows. Its got a similar design like the JRXS with the motor and belt bein in the middle of chassis.
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The ta05 is much different than the jrxs. The battery is mounted on the side of the chassis, not down the center.
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Old 06-25-2005, 08:04 PM   #350
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I wish they would have shown the actual car in the video all they showed was it going around the track looked good though
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Old 06-26-2005, 09:16 AM   #351
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Heh, I know that . I read that the TA05 will come in two different bodies. The Ferrari or a Mercedes. The Mercedes is like $20 cheaper than the Ferrari. Will SpeedTech be carrying this body too? Or just the Ferrari? Also, do these bodies come prepainted?
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If you do a search at Tamiya USA's site for Ferrari F430, second from the bottom of the list is a "finished" version, coming soon.

http://www.tamiyausa.com/search.php?q=ferrari+f430
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Real quick question here, I'm decidint to buy a AirTronics MX-3. It comes with 27mhz or 75mhz whats the difference between the two? Also, the ESC that comes with it the F2000, has anybody had any problems with it?
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Heh, I know that . I read that the TA05 will come in two different bodies. The Ferrari or a Mercedes. The Mercedes is like $20 cheaper than the Ferrari. Will SpeedTech be carrying this body too? Or just the Ferrari? Also, do these bodies come prepainted?
The mercedes also will be released about a month later.
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Another quick question, what kind of tires are you guys running? 24mm or 26mm?
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Another quick question, what kind of tires are you guys running? 24mm or 26mm?
I doubt you'll find anyone running the 26mm tires. the 24 is more the standard now.
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You'll have more channels to choose from with 75MHz (ch. 61-90) as opposed to 27MHz (ch. 1-6). In asia I believe they use 12 channels for 27MHz, but it's usually not allowed at North American tracks.

I'd take the 75Mhz model.
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Thanks!
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What kind of suspension blocks will the TA-05 be compatible with, the Evo III/IV, or the 415?

Also, what car is that rear aluminum upright from? Is there a part number? Is it compatible with any model using the TA04/lightweight arms?
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All the blocks are interchangable. The only difference between the 415 and the evo blocks are 1 mm in height. I can't remember which is which.
As for the hubs, there are 2 different one for the LW arms there is a 0 degree (53807) and a 1 degree (53784)
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