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Old 06-01-2007, 12:15 PM   #7726
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I run a 90t 64p and I am pretty sure a 88t would work fine too. I can easily get into the 4.00 range if needed.
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Lets skip that part and tell me what spurs are the smallest you can run in the 05R...

Or atleast someone post what spur/pinion combos they are generally using when running a 13.5R Novak BL motor. I bought a big 108 to run my 4.5R Novak BL and now need to know what spur to order to run the 13.5R.

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Old 06-01-2007, 12:20 PM   #7727
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I run a 90t 64p and I am pretty sure a 88t would work fine too. I can easily get into the 4.00 range if needed.
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Old 06-01-2007, 12:57 PM   #7728
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This is a version of KO's fix. I think the intention is to give the static a discharge route that avoids the servo, as it is metal-gear servos that are being affected. So the static will run along the wire (least resistance) rather than trying to discharge through the servo.

I see- well it's certainly worth a try. Just remember though that anodizing acts as 100% insulation so if you are trying to ground the alloy center piece then the anodizing will need to be scraped off where the screw contacts it.
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I run a 90t 64p and I am pretty sure a 88t would work fine too. I can easily get into the 4.00 range if needed.

Any reason a 78T spur and 35-42T pinion would not be able to make gear mesh?? Just wondering since I saw Robinson Racing makes a 78T spur in 64P...
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I don't think you will be able to reach the 4.75-5.0 final that you need for a 13.5. That's a pretty big 48p gear.

Get a 68-70t 48p gear and a 30-32t 48p pinion. Those will be all you need.

The 78T from Robinson is 64P.
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I don't think you will be able to reach the 4.75-5.0 final that you need for a 13.5. That's a pretty big 48p gear.

Get a 68-70t 48p gear and a 30-32t 48p pinion. Those will be all you need.
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A 78t 64 spur? Wow, didn't know they got that small...The the answer is no, the smallest I think you can use is 88. And you need from 38-42t pinions to reach the right rollout.
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A 78t 64 spur? Wow, didn't know they got that small...The the answer is no, the smallest I think you can use is 88. And you need from 38-42t pinions to reach the right rollout.
Yea they are rare but out there...

Thanks though I'll just grab an 88 and load up on the bigger pinions.
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With the 78t I think the smallest pinion you can have is either a 45 or 46. I was putting a 78t in but kept having to go much bigger than I wanted to for the pinion & the track. I was shocked when I found them and I did buy out a place on ebay but have not used them yet. Your probably better off with a 81 or 85.
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Old 06-03-2007, 03:00 PM   #7735
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Are there any guys using the TA-05R with the 3.5R brushless.
I had a cut-off issue in the 4th minute in a main with the (70/16)9.843 ratio.I think it is important to mention that the track temp was near 60 celcius
There is one more point;because the car doesnt let me to use 15 pinion(10.500 ratio)or greater..
Are there any solvings about this problem.Thinking of abrassing the motor mount with the dremel cutting tool..
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Talking RE: FDR

You can fit up to a 108 spur with 64 pitch. You can get the ratio you need with a larger pinion.
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A couple of quick questions please...

Is the Tamiya Titanium screw set for the TA05(TA-49360) Philips head or 2mm hex?

Does the 05R come with the optional lightweight center layshaft(TA-53915)?

Can anyone post the maximum steering servo dimensions that are in the manual, I saw them when I had a quick browse but can't remember them. I'm getting a new servo at the same time as the car and don't want to buy one thats too big. Looking at an Airtronics/Sanwa ERG-WRX


After seeing a couple of 05R's running at the weekend, my order for one will be sent in the next day or so
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A couple of quick questions please...

Is the Tamiya Titanium screw set for the TA05(TA-49360) Philips head or 2mm hex?

Does the 05R come with the optional lightweight center layshaft(TA-53915)?

Can anyone post the maximum steering servo dimensions that are in the manual, I saw them when I had a quick browse but can't remember them. I'm getting a new servo at the same time as the car and don't want to buy one thats too big. Looking at an Airtronics/Sanwa ERG-WRX

After seeing a couple of 05R's running at the weekend, my order for one will be sent in the next day or so
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Titanium screws comes in hex.

The option comes with TA05R can be check at http://www.tamiyausa.com/product/ite...oduct-id=49418

[12~15 + 30] x 39~41 x 20.5 mm is the max servo dimension as stated in the manual.
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Thanks Killer.
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Old 06-03-2007, 11:56 PM   #7740
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Maxepower!
Thanks for your quick reply.Thinking of a 108t will fit into the ta-05?It seems like it will rub to the ground
Have you ever tried using the 108t in your car?
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