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Old 02-13-2007, 05:13 PM   #6571
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Thanks Jaybee. I have a spool on the way. I really liked the spool in the T2.

I am about half way with my stock TA. 2 months before the season.
Right on.....tell me how it goes
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Old 02-13-2007, 09:43 PM   #6572
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Is this what you are looking for?

http://www.tamiyausa.com/product/ite...oduct-id=53920

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no, its the one on the top of that motor mount which i'm looking for, the one which comes with the TA-05R
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The spool and the direct drive center works awesome in this car. I've switched back, forth & back again between one-way, spool and oneway & I just switched my car back to the spool. It just 'fits' my driving style TONS better. I've won club races with both but it's the spool for me
The only advice I can give you is..... try it. That's the only way to truly know right?!?
Yeah but you only win with your spool when I'm not running with my oneway!
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Do you guys know the size of the bearings that go in the axles for the reversible lightweight suspension kit? In the manual, it stated 950 ... but 950 what?

Thanks in advance,
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Old 02-13-2007, 10:33 PM   #6575
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Yeah but you only win with your spool when I'm not running with my oneway!
It's not my fault you're not there ...I'll be there this Friday
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Old 02-13-2007, 11:13 PM   #6576
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Do you guys know the size of the bearings that go in the axles for the reversible lightweight suspension kit? In the manual, it stated 950 ... but 950 what?

Thanks in advance,
Mark
Lets see???????
Oh yeah..... 9mm O.D> 5mm I.D> hense 950 bearing!!
Take notes because you will be quiz on it later!!
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Lets see???????
Oh yeah..... 9mm O.D> 5mm I.D> hense 950 bearing!!
Take notes because you will be quiz on it later!!
LOL Thanks a million sir
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Old 02-13-2007, 11:44 PM   #6578
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hey guys

Has anyone used the short reversible suspension arms? What difference do they make to the handling over the normal length ones?
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Old 02-13-2007, 11:51 PM   #6579
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Yeah but you only win with your spool when I'm not running with my oneway!
Shake n Bake. you got a one way for the current car?
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Shake n Bake. you got a one way for the current car?
Yeah I got one from Shane E.
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Do I want the 46mm universals or the 48mm with the stock arms? For the reversable arms do I need to run the 48mm?
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Do I want the 46mm universals or the 48mm with the stock arms? For the reversable arms do I need to run the 48mm?
46mm with stock arms. and depends on what blocks you run, 46 will work with the reversible arms
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Do I want the 46mm universals or the 48mm with the stock arms? For the reversable arms do I need to run the 48mm?
I believe it's the 46mm ones for the stock suspension & 48mm for the LW Reversible one....
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