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Old 04-13-2006, 09:15 PM   #3811
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Hey Slot--Are those the same types of screws?? The desc. says 3mmx.5x8mm (as an example)?? The prices are great.--Al
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Hey guys, what Tamiya tires would you recomend for the best grip and preformance?
What do you think about tires that came with the TA-05 F430?
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Hey Slot--Are those the same types of screws?? The desc. says 3mmx.5x8mm (as an example)?? The prices are great.--Al
Yes the same screws................3mm. I bought mostly the 10mm length and if I needed to cut them I did. I`m planning on doing a xenon chassis with all blue , my ta05 is purple accented.
These are what I bought
And these
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Old 04-13-2006, 09:24 PM   #3815
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Hey guys, what Tamiya tires would you recommend for the best grip and performance?
What do you think about tires that came with the TA-05 F430?
Viat............if your going to race at the Coliseum , just get the pre-mount Take-off`s 32`s all around
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Old 04-13-2006, 09:28 PM   #3816
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oh, look, didnt even see the maryland. tamiya tires only come out come TCS time. most days, like paulie said, run takeoffs

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Old 04-13-2006, 09:37 PM   #3818
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http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebp...nid=356&id=194

buy them @ the track on raceday and their 35bux cash n carry

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Sorry I'm not shore which you mean ?
Yes Take-off`s made by Schumacher that is what everyone is running at the Coliseum. You can buy them premounted at the track.
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Thanks guys!
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No problem............see you Saturday at the "C"
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What time are you going to be there on Saturday?
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Old 04-13-2006, 11:42 PM   #3823
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Yes, 3 racing cheap price too

1509 grams,

It 76 tooth and so far its holding.

I had to use shoe goo and mount it on an angle.

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Nice pics .... who makes the bulkhead ? 3racing ?

What's the weight of your TA05 + body ?

I see you're using 48P spur gear from RW racing, right ? Does it good / durable teeth ?

I see your G11 is too big for the chassis, does it fit tight ?
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I took the time to weigh all the front diff options. Spool is the heaviest, the one way a bit lighter, then the option diff halves with the metal outer rings. The lightest was the stock diff.

If you want to spend the $ get the Titanium out drive axle shafts with the Aluminum bones.
Spool is heavier than the oneway?!!! That's odd to me. Are you sure? Are you talking about the Tamiya spool? Or something like the Shooters spool?
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Old 04-14-2006, 07:06 AM   #3825
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1509! w/body ready to hit track?

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