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Old 01-07-2007, 03:38 AM   #6181
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just a? do you have part numbers? thanks..
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Old 01-07-2007, 05:12 AM   #6182
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Guys I am throwing my FK05 at a wall and returning to my Humble TA05...

What arms are direct replacements for the ones in the lightweight suspension set (ie in case hack me breaks one)

Also any suggested gearing on a Novak SS13.5 Stock Brushless on the standard spur?

Suggested hop ups? Have settled on Lightweight Suspension set, have the TRF Dampers and Lightweight Screw Set and Aramid Belts, and am looking towards a front one way and alloy outdrives for the rear. Anything else going to help me?
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Old 01-07-2007, 05:46 AM   #6183
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i could only suggest is the universals if you dont have it yet.. you could try the high precision diff outdrives(which ever you prefer).. just my 2 cents..
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Old 01-07-2007, 06:05 AM   #6184
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Forget about high precision diff outdrives, go Alu diff outdrive (http://www.tamiyausa.com/product/ite...oduct-id=53919) directly! It cost a little bit only, and much more "precision" than "precision diff".
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Old 01-07-2007, 06:18 AM   #6185
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Guys I am throwing my FK05 at a wall and returning to my Humble TA05...

What arms are direct replacements for the ones in the lightweight suspension set (ie in case hack me breaks one)

Also any suggested gearing on a Novak SS13.5 Stock Brushless on the standard spur?

Suggested hop ups? Have settled on Lightweight Suspension set, have the TRF Dampers and Lightweight Screw Set and Aramid Belts, and am looking towards a front one way and alloy outdrives for the rear. Anything else going to help me?
You need some carbon pieces and other stuff!
My TA05 is full option but i only drive it for tamiyacup here in Belgian.

Here some pics

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Old 01-07-2007, 06:44 AM   #6186
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@pacific17:
TRF415 Bridge A: 53685
TRF415 A: 51065
Plus you need a set of pivot balls (that go on the end of the inner hingepins): 50994

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Old 01-07-2007, 12:07 PM   #6187
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Well I just had my TA05 out for the first club race yesterday! I'm in sportsman class and placed 2 out of 12 so I figure that's a pretty good day! I also had one of the club members drive it and he said he was impressed at how fast it turned! He drives an Xray T2-007 so I figure he knows what he's talking about!

Only broke a servo horn, but that's becuase its an integy servo and I have yet to find something that works nicely on it! Just had to share!
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Old 01-07-2007, 12:15 PM   #6188
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Well I just thru my 3 racing chassis together and put in some vital thread lock on some of the metal on metal parts that move. I'm so excited. I know it won't help me be a better driver but it sure does look sweet!!!!!!!!
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Old 01-07-2007, 12:46 PM   #6189
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'A' blocks are the same size as the stock TA05 mounts.

They range from:
shortest - XD XC XB XA X A B C D E - longest
Every letter difference gives you a half-degree change.

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If there's a 1 in there (1A, etc.), I believe they sit 1mm higher than those than don't.
T'other way round 1X - 1E (for the TRF415) are 1 mm lower than the plain X - E mounts (for the TB Evo III, IV, and 5 chassis). The X-series mounts are the same height as the 1-series.

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Old 01-07-2007, 05:58 PM   #6190
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Need some help on gearing a TA05 for a 19T checkpoint, does anyone have a spur/pinion combo recomendation?
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Anyone have any experience with this car racing rubber tires on carpet? I would be running an Orion 4800 lipo and a 19t and probably a 4300 bl soon. Love the way the car looks. What would be the bare min upgrades needed or is this car best suited for asphalt racing ? Any info is appreciated. Thx.
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Anyone have any experience with this car racing rubber tires on carpet? I would be running an Orion 4800 lipo and a 19t and probably a 4300 bl soon. Love the way the car looks. What would be the bare min upgrades needed or is this car best suited for asphalt racing ? Any info is appreciated. Thx.
PLease read the last few pages. for needed hop-ups.
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TRF415 Bridge A: 53685
TRF415 A: 51065
Plus you need a set of pivot balls (that go on the end of the inner hingepins): 50994

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thanks.. =)
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PLease read the last few pages. for needed hop-ups.
Agreed, I've been using the info from here in setting up my '05(as well as some help from the Milwaukee Tamiya gurus like Mike Lack & Nick Bartolone) & just ran it in the Novak US Touring Car Champs in the 13.5 brushless class, & it ran very well, placed it in the B main & finished 5th, little darlin' works VERY well with rubber tires on carpet....
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Old 01-08-2007, 12:03 AM   #6195
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I guess I was looking for more of a set up for rubber/carpet. I looked at the Tamiya website and only found a blank set up sheet and one other but it looked more like an asphalt set up. Basically whats on here are most standard upgrade parts. Was looking for somethign a bit more specific from someone who may run rubber tires on carpet with medium grip. Somewhat technical track but not too tough.
Only one issue I have with thinking about buying this car and that is there are no stores around here (Dallas area) that carry the kit or more importantly parts. Seems I have to purchase everything online which im not to crazy about because I want to support local hobby shops and its an inconvienance to have to order everything online.
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