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Old 05-09-2006, 09:55 AM   #4066
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hi guys i was building my ta05 last night and i noticed that my screws are very weak..you guys know whats screws are good other than the titanium and where can you get those screws???thanks
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hi guys i was building my ta05 last night and i noticed that my screws are very weak..you guys know whats screws are good other than the titanium and where can you get those screws???thanks
GO HERE and pick a color.Just make sure you pre thread the holes first.......
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Old 05-09-2006, 01:33 PM   #4068
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GO HERE and pick a color.Just make sure you pre thread the holes first.......
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Thanks for the input. I have TRF shocks already which were won a a TCS Race and will be taken off my TT01 for sure. Next question, what types of set ups are you all running?

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When I got mine I started with shocks, swaybars, universals & 1-way.

50/50 oil is good for starters, 2 hole piston, 2 black o-rings in cap
Springs blues or whites have used greys and purples all around
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Tires either As or B3s Hpi reds or oranges work well or Tamiya Blacks.

All depends on your classes and surfaces.

A building suggestion is don't crank down on the upper deck or upper chassis braces. If you do your car might tweak on you. I did just get the new chassis hopefully they resolved that issue.

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GO HERE and pick a color.Just make sure you pre thread the holes first.......
Hey slot, I just got some sets of hangar9 TB's, they rock,especially the price.
THANKS man.
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Hey slot, I just got some sets of hangar9 TB's, they rock,especially the price.
THANKS man.

I`m glad I could help.........
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Old 05-11-2006, 09:01 AM   #4072
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Hey Guys, I just got a full set of tamiya short yellow springs for my TA05, I'm wondering if these are stiffer than the stock spring sets. I see on this board that most you use yellow/yellow or white/yellow (f/r). I used the kit springs for a test run and seemed ok, just trying to get some insight. Thanks--Al
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check this out (in this same thread): http://www.rctech.net/forum/showpost...postcount=2966

kit springs are the silver ones. hope it helps!
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Thanks Rampal!! Very Helpful...I just gotta figure out my set-up now..
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THAT'S WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT!!!
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No prob let us know how it works?
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New Flap TA05 Conversion!
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