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Old 08-11-2006, 01:09 AM   #4936
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.....steering servo link need to be 3x32
Not the servo link, but the steering (left and right) link ....
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how do you compare the ta05 fully hopped up to original trf415???
from handling to speed... anything that can compare.. im having a survey..
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Old 08-11-2006, 09:11 AM   #4938
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Kevin,

What's the set-up to run the 05 at SoCal? Front Oneway/ Diff/ Spool? Also, I have a set of TRF shocks that are not threaded will those work okay?
What spring set should I use the standard ones or the hard set?
Are there any other "necessary" hop-ups that are needed?

Lastly, is it TCS legal to run a motor heatsink with a fan?

Thanks.
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Old 08-11-2006, 09:24 AM   #4939
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Kevin,

What's the set-up to run the 05 at SoCal? Front Oneway/ Diff/ Spool? Also, I have a set of TRF shocks that are not threaded will those work okay?
What spring set should I use the standard ones or the hard set?
Are there any other "necessary" hop-ups that are needed?

Lastly, is it TCS legal to run a motor heatsink with a fan?

Thanks.
at the reginals they allowed the fans but at the nationals they wont, only the tamiya blue heatsinks
- you dont need the threaded shock....but they help.
spring set up= blue up front , yellow in the back
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TRF shocks that aren't threaded? Do you mean the purple TA03 shocks? I have those on my Mini.
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Old 08-11-2006, 11:01 AM   #4941
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TRF shocks that aren't threaded? Do you mean the purple TA03 shocks? I have those on my Mini.
no, probably the trf flourine coated shocks
the brown colored ones
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So.... oneway/ diff/ or spool?
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Old 08-11-2006, 02:58 PM   #4943
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At Socal,

In stock = one way
In 19t = spool
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Alright!

Now if you guys could just share your shock, spring, roll center, sway bar, camber, tires, inserts and gearing set ups for So Cal, I may have a chance!!!! Care to share this?
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no, probably the trf flourine coated shocks
the brown colored ones
brown .... ????
so far I only know red, yellow, silver (come std for friction shock on M-chassis), blue, white, super hard, ultra hard... and gold (come std with my TA-04 some time ago)...

Also, does sonic fiddlestick can measure the spring tension ?

Thx for the info.
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The brown ones he is talking about is the Gunmetal TRF shocks.
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The brown ones he is talking about is the Gunmetal TRF shocks.
Oops ..... misunderstanding.... thought you're talking the spring.... it's the body shock isn't it ?

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HOw about the clear (transparent) body shock ?

Is it any good ?or just for display ? ....
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Could one of you guys with a good heart tell me the stock droop settings (front and rear) of the TA05 on a Hudy system ?

Many thanks,
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hey everyone i just joined the forum. I have a TA-05 and had it the first few weeks it came out. How well do you guys do against the other well established chassis when running in the club races. I havent been able to race my chassis yet but cant wait to put it out there.

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