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Old 03-12-2008, 12:59 AM   #9001
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Anyone have any pics of the TA05IFS-R kit? #49491
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Old 03-12-2008, 08:37 AM   #9002
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Anyone have any pics of the TA05IFS-R kit? #49491
i would also like to see that chassis too.
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Old 03-12-2008, 11:51 AM   #9003
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I'm looking to run the TCS race in Memphis this year but have no idea which tires to run. Usually I use CS27's, but since you have to have Tamiya tires... thats out of the question. So what Tamiya tire gives the closest "feel" to CS's?
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Old 03-12-2008, 11:55 AM   #9004
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I'm looking to run the TCS race in Memphis this year but have no idea which tires to run. Usually I use CS27's, but since you have to have Tamiya tires... thats out of the question. So what Tamiya tire gives the closest "feel" to CS's?
Bs felt the closest to CS-27s.. but they're not available anymore. The next best thing is the Tamiya B3s.
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Bs felt the closest to CS-27s.. but they're not available anymore. The next best thing is the Tamiya B3s.

Also depends the type of track your running on and conditions.
Best advise is to check the back of the Tamiya tire boxes for the best slection and results.
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Old 03-12-2008, 07:25 PM   #9006
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hey guys. i have a regular ta05 and i was wondering which thrust bearing and ceramic ball diff balls i should buy from axion motors. for the thrust bearing, i want to run the 3 piece thrust bearing.

please help me guys. thanks in advance
what is the benefit using 3 piece thrust bearing????
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what is the benefit using 3 piece thrust bearing????
my take on this is that you could flip the plates and just renew the balls when they get notchy
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Old 03-13-2008, 02:53 PM   #9008
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Anyone have any pics of the TA05IFS-R kit? #49491
sounds like a TA05R with IFS components/hopups. (ill just take a picture of my own car. )
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ooo new car scheme coming out.

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Not sure, but maybe ?

http://f48.aaa.livedoor.jp/~sacfw/TA05_IFS-R.html
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Hey how'd they get a picture of my car???

Yea my converted R looks pretty much the same.

I like that new body scheme. I wish I waited for that. I just had 2 EBRO bodies come in.
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Old 03-13-2008, 06:43 PM   #9012
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Can someone please confirm that if you use this:


(RC TA05 Alum Center Plate - Blue - Item #49440)

along with this:

(RC TA05 LW Carbon Lower Deck - Item #53893)

the "sparks" and fried servo issue will be resolved?
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Can someone please confirm that if you use this:


(RC TA05 Alum Center Plate - Blue - Item #49440)

along with this:

(RC TA05 LW Carbon Lower Deck - Item #53893)

the "sparks" and fried servo issue will be resolved?
Yes it can be use and no problem whatsoever with the servo. Been using it for the pass 10 months or so.
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Old 03-13-2008, 06:57 PM   #9014
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Yea I've been running that setup myself. No static problems.

That center aluminum adds a few more grams compared to the carbon version.
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The carbon chassis eliminates all chances of a problem, and gives the obvious advantages. But running a jumper wire fixes the static problem too, but looks ghetto.
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