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Old 03-13-2008, 08:29 PM   #9016
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This is a TA05-IFS fully hopup. Found it in my local forum.
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Old 03-13-2008, 08:34 PM   #9017
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Old 03-13-2008, 09:27 PM   #9018
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OMG! can you guys count how much money to turn ta05 like that...?
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Old 03-13-2008, 10:40 PM   #9019
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This is a TA05-IFS fully hopup. Found it in my local forum.
Not quite, it still needs the carbon chassis...
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Old 03-14-2008, 12:13 AM   #9020
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thanks for all the info guys!
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where i could find a tao5r instuction manual.. thanks..
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Not quite, it still needs the carbon chassis...
Yeap. I thought no one will ever notice since it got so much bling bling in it.
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where i could find a tao5r instuction manual.. thanks..
http://www.tamiya.com/japan/download/rcmanual/ta05r.pdf
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Hey i fianaly got the 3racing v2 chassis on and problem after problem. To start the batteries hang lower than the bottom of the chassis, then motor mount touches the rear belt, then the center and with that the spacing is all wrong, then the screw touches the batteries and the list goes on but one i got that all worked out my motor died. But then it blitzed everyone and came second over the weekend in the Amain. The thinner chassis is more consist (maybe me) but i was running .388 and .412. The dremel got more runtime than me

Oh yea i dont have a centre one way any more i have a spinnong knife because it was rubbing the batts and wore it down to a blade and i cut my self it is so sharp!

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Hey i fianaly got the 3racing v2 chassis on and problem after problem. To start the batteries hang lower than the bottom of the chassis, then motor mount touches the rear belt, then the center and with that the spacing is all wrong, then the screw touches the batteries and the list goes on but one i got that all worked out my motor died. But then it blitzed everyone and came second over the weekend in the Amain. The thinner chassis is more consist (maybe me) but i was running .388 and .412. The dremel got more runtime than me

Oh yea i dont have a centre one way any more i have a spinnong knife because it was rubbing the batts and wore it down to a blade and i cut my self it is so sharp!

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ouch!! ive had simalar problems with 3 racing.so thats why i wont use their products anymore.but thats just my experiences of 3 racing products.
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ouch!! ive had simalar problems with 3 racing.so thats why i wont use their products anymore.but thats just my experiences of 3 racing products.
it was a one off i have used there bulkheads, hubs, shafts, v1 chassis, pitbag, radiobag and other parts
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Hey i fianaly got the 3racing v2 chassis on and problem after problem. To start the batteries hang lower than the bottom of the chassis, then motor mount touches the rear belt, then the center and with that the spacing is all wrong, then the screw touches the batteries and the list goes on but one i got that all worked out my motor died. But then it blitzed everyone and came second over the weekend in the Amain. The thinner chassis is more consist (maybe me) but i was running .388 and .412. The dremel got more runtime than me

Oh yea i dont have a centre one way any more i have a spinnong knife because it was rubbing the batts and wore it down to a blade and i cut my self it is so sharp!

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Hi,

What did you expect from the 3Racing products? As everyone knows the quality of 3Racing products is bloody poor.
These parts gives you only a lot of problem and a lot weight.
I know these parts are very cheap, but if you buy a spare part from 3racing and you can not use it, it would be very expensive.
I suggest you to buy only Tamiya spare parts, because they have the best quality in the market.

My friend bought a 2 rear upright from 3racing. One of them was OK, but the other gave him 4. That's not acceptable.

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Hey i fianaly got the 3racing v2 chassis on and problem after problem. To start the batteries hang lower than the bottom of the chassis, then motor mount touches the rear belt, then the center and with that the spacing is all wrong, then the screw touches the batteries and the list goes on but one i got that all worked out my motor died. But then it blitzed everyone and came second over the weekend in the Amain. The thinner chassis is more consist (maybe me) but i was running .388 and .412. The dremel got more runtime than me

Oh yea i dont have a centre one way any more i have a spinnong knife because it was rubbing the batts and wore it down to a blade and i cut my self it is so sharp!

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Could anyone give a true account of square racings components.Are they of better quality,are the tolerances as tight as tamiya.
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you get good and bad experiences with anything in rc, mine with 3racing has all been great, part quality has been superb and no reliability issues either.

I would never have expectations of the ta05 beating the more expensive stuff out there with the help of the 3racing chassis and shock mounts until I had seen it with my own eyes. Gone is the chassis flex and shock mount flex, it has really stiffened up the car. It is also awesome on foams too, being a thick chassis.

Even weighing in at 1580g my car is awesome in stock. Very predictable handling and has awesome drive out the corners with a spool even in stock, with unmatched cells....

Im not saying 3racing is great, period (but for me it has been).
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