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Old 07-04-2005, 09:46 PM   #451
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Does anyone know if the TA-05 comes with universal drive shafts and if stock spur gears (non tamiya) can be use.
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Does anyone know if the TA-05 comes with universal drive shafts and if stock spur gears (non tamiya) can be use.
It comes with dog bones....
and yes you can fit other makers spurs on the addapter
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thats kinda what i had expected...

i assume that since it uses old style suspension, it has the larger wheel bearings? i figure i can put some cvd-types together out of other stuff...
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Sorry this may be a stupid question but i've never used pay pal, how does it work and is there a fee to use it?
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Old 07-05-2005, 12:16 AM   #455
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English Version is up!
http://www.tamiya.com/english/produc...f430/index.htm
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Man that option stuff looks good! Wonder if Tamiya would make a CF chassis just like the TA-04.
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Would the Tamiya F201 Universal driveshaft fit the TA05?
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Would the Tamiya F201 Universal driveshaft fit the TA05?

It seems you may have found the Tamiya love Dan? Anything after an Ass car would make you happy.
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F201 Uni's are 50mm, and are required for the TA05 with the lightweight suspension... otherwise, 46mm are the norm for it. Any idea why they put the 48mm as an option?

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Looks like they updated the Nats page. They list the motor types for all classes. Also they do not mention the 05.


1. All Tamiya TA, TB and TL series sedan chassis' (TA01, TA02, TA03, TA04, TL01, TB01 & TB02, TB-02R (Tub chassis), FF01, FF02).

"No funny business is allowed on the motors." I like that rule. hehe



The regional rule page still lists the 05 though.
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Old 07-05-2005, 09:43 AM   #461
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I'm going to order my TA05 along with some option. But now it comes a problem:

In 415, only front suspension rear mount is bridge style. The rear suspension front mount is normal layout. I checked over the photo of TA05 I think both front suspension rear mount and rear suspension front mount need to be bridge style mount. Is that correct? If so I need to order extra bridge mount for my TA05.

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F201 Uni's are 50mm, and are required for the TA05 with the lightweight suspension... otherwise, 46mm are the norm for it. Any idea why they put the 48mm as an option?
Something wrong somewhere my F201 uni's are 48mm and as far as I know always have been!!! I've never seen a 50mm one at any Tamiya eurocup meeting
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F201 Uni's are 50mm, and are required for the TA05 with the lightweight suspension... otherwise, 46mm are the norm for it. Any idea why they put the 48mm as an option?
I know an f201 expert who insist that the F201 drive shaft are actually 48mm.
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Are aluminum suspension blocks needed? And the rear hub carriers needed? (aluminum)
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Are aluminum suspension blocks needed? And the rear hub carriers needed? (aluminum)
For me al suspension mount is must have, rear upright and c-hub are not.

Reason? something molded broken is better than bended aluminum, something need to take the impact energy so it better be molded upright/c-hub rather than suspension mount.
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