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Old 10-29-2007, 12:01 PM
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This may of already been asked but does the 415 aluminium direct center pulley fit the Ta05 (twin belt type pulley). sorry havent got a part number

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Old 10-29-2007, 07:37 PM
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Originally Posted by ittjv View Post
I'm *strongly* considering this. The good thing; my wife is totally for it too!
Nemo and I will be going up also in addition to Hebiki so there will be a local So Cal contingent as usual at SIR in '08. You will not be alone. Oh yeah, and you will have a blast !
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Old 11-01-2007, 03:47 AM
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I have a ta05 and at the moment it has 2 degrees of rear toe (stock).

I want to get it to 3 degrees in total, using a 1 degree inboard toe block, but im confused with the lettering Tamiya give the alloy toe blocks. I would get the 3racing toe block but I dont know of any uk outlets for one, so i'll get the real deal Tamiya one.

What im asking is, can anyone with a few more brain cells than me help me out here please?
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Old 11-01-2007, 04:13 AM
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For the rear of rear mount;

51068 1D 1.5deg
51067 1C 1deg
51066 1B 0.5deg
51065 1A 0deg

For the front of rear mount;

53685 1A 0deg


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Old 11-01-2007, 04:25 AM
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Originally Posted by asil View Post
For the rear of rear mount;

51068 1D 1.5deg
51067 1C 1deg
51066 1B 0.5deg
51065 1A 0deg

For the front of rear mount;

53685 1A 0deg


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Excellent, just what I needed, thank you
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Old 11-01-2007, 05:54 AM
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There are some types like XX etc. but I have no idea about them

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Old 11-01-2007, 10:26 AM
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Originally Posted by ittjv View Post
Nobody runs sway bars anymore... weird.
Stupid question to most...

Can sum1 please post a pic of these sway bars...
jus built myself a TA05... awesome chassis, added the TRF Dampers and Front 1-way.... and awaiting Carbon shock towers...
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Old 11-02-2007, 01:51 AM
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Originally Posted by FREEKSTA View Post
Stupid question to most...

Can sum1 please post a pic of these sway bars...
jus built myself a TA05... awesome chassis, added the TRF Dampers and Front 1-way.... and awaiting Carbon shock towers...
Asil, I think the first range you mentioned should cover 99% of my setups, maybe the xx ones give too much toe?

Freeksta, heres what the roll bars look like

http://www.fusionhobbies.com/Tamiya-...-p/ta53842.htm
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Old 11-02-2007, 05:03 AM
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Originally Posted by asil View Post
There are some types like XX etc. but I have no idea about them

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when Tamiya shifted from 42mm shart and TA04 arms to light wight reversable(LWR) arms and 46/48mm shafts they shortned the suspension mounts and started calling them
1xa
1xb
1xc
1xd

So if your runs LWR amrs and 48mm on your TA05 yous hosud use the 1x-1xd
otherwis your car gets too wide
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Old 11-02-2007, 05:42 AM
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Originally Posted by habis View Post
when Tamiya shifted from 42mm shart and TA04 arms to light wight reversable(LWR) arms and 46/48mm shafts they shortned the suspension mounts and started calling them
1xa
1xb
1xc
1xd

So if your runs LWR amrs and 48mm on your TA05 yous hosud use the 1x-1xd
otherwis your car gets too wide

Ah right,very useful info!

So just to check, if im using stock wishbones I use the first one asil mentioned? (pretty sure thats a yes, just checking lol)
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Old 11-02-2007, 08:41 AM
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I'm confused here if my memory is OK my TA-05R has singe letter coded susp. mounts.. I'll check it at home...


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Old 11-02-2007, 09:19 AM
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Originally Posted by asil View Post
I'm confused here if my memory is OK my TA-05R has singe letter coded susp. mounts.. I'll check it at home...


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Mine has 1A and 1D.
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Old 11-02-2007, 09:49 AM
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Originally Posted by habis View Post
when Tamiya shifted from 42mm shart and TA04 arms to light wight reversable(LWR) arms and 46/48mm shafts they shortned the suspension mounts and started calling them
1xa
1xb
1xc
1xd

So if your runs LWR amrs and 48mm on your TA05 yous hosud use the 1x-1xd
otherwis your car gets too wide
here we go again with the suspension blocks.

1XD, 1XC, 1XB, 1XA, 1X are the "narrower" blocks that were introduced in the 415MS.

remember the "1" stands for the "height" of the blocks. the evo series blocks do NOT have the "1" and they are taller.
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Old 11-02-2007, 11:59 AM
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hey guys , i race 2 ta05s onroad my setup: 35wt. oil all around, short blue springs front, long yellows rear, shock tower holes: both next to outer holes. yellow front sway bar, red rear sway bar, 2 degree toe out on front, stock on rear, 1.5 degree neg. camber all around. 3 mm front and rear droop. takeoff tires. this thing is hooked like a slot car. i do agree the dna2 is not a great choice for this car. i use the dodge status 3.0 190mm. raced the parma type m rubber, on my tc4. and loved that body. yet to try on the ta05. i race brushless 4300 with lipo. so weight is reduced 5 oz. because of battery.
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Yes like a slot car I own a Tc3 W/ machined chassis, ceramic bearings etc.and love it, for its consistency and sturdyness. I just put together an RDX sweet and smooth, but I still get around the track faster with my somewhat stock TA05. Great car, sturdy too, exept for having to adjust belts often.
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