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Old 07-07-2005, 10:53 PM   #526
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Well, here is the list of things i'm buying!
TA05 - Ferrari Kit
Tamiya 53833 TA05 Front one-way
Tamiya 53841 TA05 Center one-way
Tamiya 53842 TA05 Stabilizer set (F&R)
Tamiya 53843 TA05 Aramid drive belt 2x
Tamiya 53844 TA05 Aluminum transponder stay
Tamiya 53847 Assembly universal shaft 46mm *2 in front steel, 2 in rear aluminum, would anybody happen to know the part number for it?*
Tamiya 53848 Aluminum racing steer Standard
Tamiya 53849 High-precision diff. joint Standard price 2x
Tamiya 53851 46mm Titanium coated suspension shaft 2x
Tamiya 53845 Carbon damper stay (front) Standard
Tamiya 53846 Carbon damper stay (rear) Standard
Novak GTX
Ti Screws
TRF415 Suspension blocks A *A ------ *A C
Spare Arms
If you guys have any other suggestions post em!
Finally after 3 years of waiting... I finally get a new car, Bye bye TC3 hehe...
I'm ordering on July 15th so hopefully other option parts come out by then.
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Old 07-07-2005, 10:57 PM   #527
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Ghostfit: how stiff is the chassis?? does it flex like the F201?
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Old 07-07-2005, 11:21 PM   #528
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I think you got everything except:

#53570 / Clamp Type Alum. Wheel Hub 4mm Thick / 1575
and the graphite top thingy that holds the foam bumper, I think the one from the EVO 4 is the same and also get the motor heat sink and that should be complete.


Tamiya Japan is now sold out and won't have them until end of this month.

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QUOTE=vi3tishduy]Well, here is the list of things i'm buying!
TA05 - Ferrari Kit
Tamiya 53833 TA05 Front one-way
Tamiya 53841 TA05 Center one-way
Tamiya 53842 TA05 Stabilizer set (F&R)
Tamiya 53843 TA05 Aramid drive belt 2x
Tamiya 53844 TA05 Aluminum transponder stay
Tamiya 53847 Assembly universal shaft 46mm *2 in front steel, 2 in rear aluminum, would anybody happen to know the part number for it?*
Tamiya 53848 Aluminum racing steer Standard
Tamiya 53849 High-precision diff. joint Standard price 2x
Tamiya 53851 46mm Titanium coated suspension shaft 2x
Tamiya 53845 Carbon damper stay (front) Standard
Tamiya 53846 Carbon damper stay (rear) Standard
Novak GTX
Ti Screws
TRF415 Suspension blocks A *A ------ *A C
Spare Arms
If you guys have any other suggestions post em!
Finally after 3 years of waiting... I finally get a new car, Bye bye TC3 hehe...
I'm ordering on July 15th so hopefully other option parts come out by then.[/QUOTE]
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Old 07-08-2005, 02:15 AM   #529
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Ghostfit: how stiff is the chassis?? does it flex like the F201?
Car was surprisingly stiff even without any top decks! The chassis have very good designed channels(cutouts and stiffenners)... even the battery cutouts was well thought of! Really, I think air ducts were designed under there... I love it! The whole thing reminds me of how good the Yok CGM looked when it first came out.
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Old 07-08-2005, 05:26 AM   #530
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Glad I ordered 48mm swing shaft... I run D-D B-D combination all the time..
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Yes, Chris ....the 48mm is not needed (unless you run D or E Susp blocks)



No ! the stock 04/05 arms are fine ! I'm running the LW arms because I'm more used to them ! ...My TA04 and TB02R are aredi thus equipped



Thanks Dude ! ....I need all the help I can get from those who aredi got da car (and knows Tamiya products) otherwise I'll be too busy answering queries to post anymore Pics
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Old 07-08-2005, 05:32 AM   #531
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Black steel 46mm swing shaft is #51092

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Tamiya 53847 Assembly universal shaft 46mm *2 in front steel, 2 in rear aluminum, would anybody happen to know the part number for it?*
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46mm Lightweight Rear Swing Shaft #53724
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Old 07-08-2005, 07:29 AM   #533
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whats the part number for the aluminum turnbuckles on ghost fits TA05?
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whats the part number for the aluminum turnbuckles on ghost fits TA05?
Well.. I use AE blue Ti turnbuckles. Much stronger than Aluminum. I suggest you use Ti turnbuckles too. If you don't like the silver color, go for AE blue...
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Old 07-08-2005, 07:58 AM   #535
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yah i have a ton of extra shocks. dont need another set and no one runs 23T here. so might as well sell it!
I'm sure the shipping will cost more than shock itself...
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Interesting that on the box in a couple places it says "This car may be used in Official Tamiya Races".

My LHS says that the matte-grey aluminum mount dissipates heat better than the smooth shiny kind, prolly why they made it that way. I would have like to see a nice blue, but oh well...

A few people have mentioned it looks Losi-like with the centered gear and the tension system..

Is there a part to replace the green-plastic center pulley gears with aluminum?

I can't seem to take off the front diff without loosening the sway bar first.. seems to get in the way of the dogbones when I pull the diff out. No problem with the rear, though, as it seems to give enough clearance. And, lengthening the wheelbase by the front seems to be a problem too, with the sway bar holders rather close to the dogbone...

My LRP F1 Pro and Runner won't fit flat into the ESC space.. just a few mm's short in one direction. . I'll have to mount it on one end instead.

Any other observations?
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My LHS says that the matte-grey aluminum mount dissipates heat better than the smooth shiny kind, prolly why they made it that way. I would have like to see a nice blue, but oh well...
It's true that dark color, rough surface is better heat sinking than light color, shiny surface. But since I running brushless, the motor heat is not really the problem, ESC is...
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Anyone already got manual, please check for me what's the parts # of suspension arm pin. I saw one on TamiyaUSA but it's 3x49.7mm, never been used else where. Is that the one (#9808010)?

415 using 48.5mm, now TA05 using 49.7mm? I guess that means wider wheel base range than 415, not to mention if using LW suspension. Anyone can confirm that?
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Yup, 9808010.. 3x49.7mm shaft, that's the one..
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I was tempted to put "E" clips on the center shaft instead of the darn small "C" clips, but found out the "E" would hit the center bulkhead assembly. Oh well, back to the "C". Nothing wrong really, I'm just afraid to lose it, specially when rebuilding on the track... This is the first time I saw a Tamiya with those kind of "C" clips... interesting...

(Can anybody tell I got nothing to do at work? Man, can't wait to hit the Tamiya track tomorrow... Chris, what's the plan?)
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