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Old 04-23-2006, 05:44 PM   #3946
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They are just easier to build consitent, need less rebuilds and are smooth as silk.
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Old 04-23-2006, 07:36 PM   #3947
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Try to replace the stock diff halves to the option ones like the 3 racing alloy version as this will be able to handle the increase power of the 4.5R.

For bashing I would stick to front diffs instead of one way so you still have 4 wheel braking

Guess is the a 4.5R will need 10:1+ ratio

I haven't use my stabilizers in my car for track racing so not sure if it any use for bashing other than blinging the car.
Stock diff halves can take 4.5R power... as long as you dont hard brake on it...

The gear ratio is on 10:1 mark. I run mine on 10:1 with profile3, smooth and fast. And yes the one-way is not needed. I found TA05 act kind strange with one-way (maybe it's setting, dont know).
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Old 04-23-2006, 07:49 PM   #3948
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And yes the one-way is not needed. I found TA05 act kind strange with one-way
What do you mean , I am running double one ways on asphalt and its great.
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Old 04-23-2006, 07:57 PM   #3949
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Either he forgot to mentioned during braking or his got his GTB set to auto braking which I don't recommend when running oneways.
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Old 04-23-2006, 09:17 PM   #3950
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Old 04-23-2006, 11:39 PM   #3951
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Try to replace the stock diff halves to the option ones like the 3 racing alloy version as this will be able to handle the increase power of the 4.5R.

For bashing I would stick to front diffs instead of one way so you still have 4 wheel braking

Guess is the a 4.5R will need 10:1+ ratio

I haven't use my stabilizers in my car for track racing so not sure if it any use for bashing other than blinging the car.
ohok where can i find that diff halves can you give me a link? would the(#53841) TA05 Center One-way Set would make any difference if im using that motor and which is better to get for a swing shaft the 46mm or the 48mm? whats the difference between them why is the other longer?
sorry im a noob at this...used to own a tt-01
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Here you go: http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/produc...ducts_id=17416

the difference in length in driveshafts comes down to what suspension to use.
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Old 04-24-2006, 12:38 AM   #3953
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Here you go: http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/produc...ducts_id=17416

the difference in length in driveshafts comes down to what suspension to use.
what about that center oneway thing do i need that?
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Do you want 4 wheel braking?
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Old 04-24-2006, 01:08 AM   #3955
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Do you want 4 wheel braking?
do i need it wen i use the 4.5r???because im not really sure...i never had a belt drive before this is my first time getting this kind of car..i want to know all the things i need to get and know about this car before i get it...
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What do you mean , I am running double one ways on asphalt and its great.
Maybe because I already get used to run front diff and front spool, I tend to brake-turn in corner entry. Put dual one-way on TA05 make the rear swing while I do brake-turn, very strange feeling. But I don't remember I got the same problem on TRF415. So I'm not sure what's the cause of swing rear.

And yes I do has drag-brake (20%) on GTB, but drag-brake isn't the reason cause I'm run fun with drag-brake only, the problem only accrue when I manually brake my car....
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do i need it wen i use the 4.5r???because im not really sure...i never had a belt drive before this is my first time getting this kind of car..i want to know all the things i need to get and know about this car before i get it...
Just run the car first as it is before buying any options is my suggestion. But if you are buying overseas and want to save shipping then buy all the options you want
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Old 04-24-2006, 03:12 AM   #3958
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Just run the car first as it is before buying any options is my suggestion. But if you are buying overseas and want to save shipping then buy all the options you want
I think the Alum bulkhead is heavier than stock one, right?

I need to save every gram for my TA05 now since GTB+4.5R is quite heavy, plus heavy battery = 1600gram car.... DAMN...
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i have read through this thread and learnt lots regarding setups for the TA05. i will be picking up my TA05 later today and will start building this evening. we have a TCS qualifier coming up this sunday and i will be running this in the SuperStock class. 23T RZ motor. Nosram International ESC. Hitec DCX FM Receiver and hitec 9965 Servo. Battery packs are limited to 2400mAh. so i will be rnning the sanyo sticks with deans plugs all around. i plan on running it box stock at this meeting and then working out from there what i will hop up. i will post pics....
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I think the Alum bulkhead is heavier than stock one, right?:
3 grams heavier, but they are stiffer than stock. The aluminum ones don't use the eccentric cam holding piece, they only use the round piece for setting the tension.
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