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Old 04-11-2006, 10:12 AM   #3766
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I expect the '5th element' to be shown at that time- a blue finned TA05 motor mount on the 05R
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MikeR.. Do you happen to have the part # for the alum. dog bones. Couldn't find them on tamiyausa? I thought the hcca bearings were approx 2-3 grams lighter per bearing?? Which leads me to think that a 28 gram (approx.) weight savings could be achieved, not to mention the rotational weight savings. Thanks--Al
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probley no the best looking 05 out there but still is one cracking car

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I expect the '5th element' to be shown at that time- a blue finned TA05 motor mount on the 05R
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Old 04-11-2006, 04:02 PM   #3770
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probley no the best looking 05 out there but still is one cracking car

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Old 04-11-2006, 06:48 PM   #3771
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Hey Tamiyamanuk, Your car looks pretty much stock, do you have any performance issues with it being heavy??
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It doesn't need to be all blue to kick a$$!
No, but a little red mixed in DOES help.
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MikeR.. Do you happen to have the part # for the alum. dog bones. Couldn't find them on tamiyausa? I thought the hcca bearings were approx 2-3 grams lighter per bearing?? Which leads me to think that a 28 gram (approx.) weight savings could be achieved, not to mention the rotational weight savings. Thanks--Al
Al, sorry, meant cvd bones like these http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebp...id=459&id=5737

I don't see how you'll lose that much weight with ceramics since the biggest stock bearing weighs only 1.9 grams on my digital scale.The smaller axle bearings weigh half of that.
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Old 04-11-2006, 09:02 PM   #3774
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LARGE ASPHALT TRACK- RUBBER TIRES

Front

Arms : lw
Toe : 0
Camber : 1.5
Shock Mounts : outside hole on shock tower and middle of the three holes on the arm
Shocks : 400 tamiya with 2 hole 1 red sponge
Blocks : 1X Front and 1XD Rear
Arm Spacing: front block/1mm/arm/the rest/rear block
Ackerman : front hole on the steering knuckle
Upper Link : middle hole 4mm up
Downtravel : 24.6mm measured from top of axles to setup board =(droop)
Springs : yellow
Swaybar : none
Ride Height: 5mm with TakeOff CS27

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Arms : lw
Toe : 3 degrees
Camber : 1.5
Shock Mounts : in one hole on shock tower and inside of the two holes on the arm.
shocks : 300 tamiya with 2 hole 1 red sponge
Blocks : 1XC front and 1B rear
Arm Spacing: front block/the rest/arm/2mm/rear block
rear upright : 0 degree aluminum middle hole no spacer
Upper Link : middle hole on rear upright, middle hole on inside mount no spacer.
Downtravel : 25 mm measured from top of axle to setup board=(droop)
Springs : yellow
Swaybar : none
Ride Height: 5mm with TakeOff CS27

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Pretty interesting. About the fr. block (1X and 1XD) so it's 2 deg. Am I correct ?
What's the different between 1XD and 1D ?
You don't put any spacer below those blocks to make anti-squat, anti-dive ?
How about the caster angle on C-hub of lw suspension ? Is it 2 degree ?

Arms are lw. but you use 46mm, is it okay ? No rubs the alum ring ?

Thanks for the setting, I might try.
I'm after a setting for long straight with big sweeper then C curve - short straight - chicane - medium straight - S curve - back to long straight.
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I`m trying it this weekend , I`ll let you know how it goes............
OK... I'm waiting...
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Old 04-12-2006, 06:14 AM   #3776
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hey big al the only performance parts i have put in is a front 1 way and centre 1 way and thats pretty much it.
i have been looking at the carbon tub from tamiya to stiff it up abit more.

am also looking for a good setup and gearing for a tight track with a 25m straight(out side)


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any1 have an idea on how much gear i'd have to drop off goin from a silver can (GT3) to a sport tuned black can?

right now i'm runnin 43/104 (5.4x:1), i know i can go 44 w/o issue, but i have silver can now w/a lil more rpm. i know paulie (slot) used 46/106 (5.1x:1 or so).

but i wanna run the black can in wkly stock races, see where its at and to save $$ i cant afford on keepin monsters/cobalts purrin' nicely. thx

love this car, although 75g off the car would be nice.

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any1 have an idea on how much gear i'd have to drop off goin from a silver can (GT3) to a sport tuned black can?

right now i'm runnin 43/104 (5.4x:1), i know i can go 44 w/o issue, but i have silver can now w/a lil more rpm. i know paulie (slot) used 46/106 (5.1x:1 or so).

but i wanna run the black can in wkly stock races, see where its at and to save $$ i cant afford on keepin monsters/cobalts purrin' nicely. thx

love this car, although 75g off the car would be nice.

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I have a sport tuned motor that is only as good as my fast 4 hole silver so try to gear it like a fast 4 hole to start with.
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well my 4holes dont seem to pull the touring car, lack of tq possibly. what u think paul, 41/104?

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well my 4holes dont seem to pull the touring car, lack of tq possibly. what u think paul, 41/104?

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41, 2 or 3 would be the range for our track
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