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Old 11-08-2006, 07:36 AM   #5716
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go to tamiyausa.com
then in search put 58350
at the top of page, it will say manuals then down load and go!
all the models are the same bodys just diffrent!
Thanks for that super secret password! For some reason, a search for TA05 didn't bring up anything. Ima Noob
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I've been keeping with the "Shake-n-Bake" a bit. How 'bout you. Been in any ladies restrooms lately?

Everyone is already looking forward to the TCS race down there next year. The stories were too much for anyone to handle! You guys still planning on making it up for our regionals?
yup.. trying to hold up my end of the bargain... the TA05 is just working so well right now. anything asphalt... the car works great. car was on pace at the KO GP.. too bad i wasnt. but stuck it in the c-main. although my poor TA05 has been through two nationals now...and a new car will be needed soon.

yup im all set to go for TCS! definitely looking forward to coming up. im taking thursday, friday and monday off
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Old 11-08-2006, 09:51 AM   #5718
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Hi,

so far I really like my 415 MSX R2 on carpet. and I haven't even got the thick chassis for it yet. and the guys with the MRE's are flat out flying at our track. some are running the kit steering and some are running the MSX R2 steering. I think it's well worth the extra parts you need to run the 415 on carpet.
I also really like my TA05 on carpet. all I have added to it has been the graphite composite tub, diff cases, and graphite shock towers and CVD's. with a little tuning it has been a fast, easy car to drive. no breakage
my 2nd one came with a graphite chassis on it but it needs CVD's. it's goinng to be my brushless car.

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Old 11-08-2006, 12:25 PM   #5719
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where can I get the blue screw fit for this car and the blue turnbuckles

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Ok found the turnbuckles at speedtech, now for the screws?
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Old 11-08-2006, 03:51 PM   #5721
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whats up dude! hey do you have a set up for the TA05 for carpet/rubber tires? there's a carpet track that opened up here and i wanna find some time to try my car out on the rug!
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Thanks for that super secret password! For some reason, a search for TA05 didn't bring up anything. Ima Noob
Don't sweat it, bro, you ain't alone(just went through that myself the last few weeks, finally got fed up with my FT TC4 & started running my recently aquired TA05, so I had to find that manual too, took some time)....
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Difference with B tires

Anyone can advise if there is any difference between type B, B2 and B3 medium narrow tires?
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Bs are good for 1 run
B2s are good for 0 runs
B3 are good for 1 1/2 to 2 runs
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Bs are good for 1 run
B2s are good for 0 runs
B3 are good for 1 1/2 to 2 runs
B3's are the best of the bunch, but I don't think they are good after the first run, very debatable.
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although my poor TA05 has been through two nationals now...and a new car will be needed soon.
Nonsense poopy pants, my tao5 went through the 24 hour enduro and is still going strong. Haven't changed that setup since the nats and haven't found a surface yet it hasn't worked on. I'm gonna give carpet a try this week. I'll see if Garbers super setup works there too.
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so far I really like my 415 MSX R2 on carpet. and I haven't even got the thick chassis for it yet. and the guys with the MRE's are flat out flying at our track. some are running the kit steering and some are running the MSX R2 steering. I think it's well worth the extra parts you need to run the 415 on carpet.
I also really like my TA05 on carpet. all I have added to it has been the graphite composite tub, diff cases, and graphite shock towers and CVD's. with a little tuning it has been a fast, easy car to drive. no breakage
my 2nd one came with a graphite chassis on it but it needs CVD's. it's goinng to be my brushless car.

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Hi,

Are those MRE's using foams and if so how are they getting them to fit? I'll put that tao5 out on the carpet first anyhow.
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