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Old 10-05-2008, 07:55 PM   #9751
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hey guys, this might sound a bit stupid but im still new to the ta05. will the evo 3 rear aluminum uprights (53687) fit the ta05 LW suspension?
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Old 10-05-2008, 09:54 PM   #9752
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Here you go...the huge TB-02 thread:

http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...a-tb-02-a.html

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1. Yes, the "hockey puck" that comes with the kit fits in the stock spur gear's place and adapts to standard 48p or 64p spur gears.

2. Given the above, pretty low.

3. Holes with 4 positions. 3racing motor mount is slotted, and other aftermarket ones may be too.
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Old 10-05-2008, 11:06 PM   #9753
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hey guys, this might sound a bit stupid but im still new to the ta05. will the evo 3 rear aluminum uprights (53687) fit the ta05 LW suspension?
Not stupid at all. Tamiya stocks a lot of parts. The Evo 3 uprights fit the standard TA05 suspension, the non-lightweight.

You want the Evo 4/TRF415 rear uprights. Aluminum or composite.
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Old 10-05-2008, 11:08 PM   #9754
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Not stupid at all. Tamiya stocks a lot of parts. The Evo 3 uprights fit the standard TA05 suspension, the non-lightweight.

You want the Evo 4/TRF415 rear uprights. Aluminum or composite.
thanks. ya i knew that the 415 rear uprights fit the LW suspension but i saw the evo3s on ebay for a little cheaper..thought i could get away and save a few $$$
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A GTB will barely fit but does if you file the corner of the output board to clear the screw bump along the backbone of the chassis. It will fit in there because I used it for the TCS, however, I got rid of it for a Tekin RS Pro which fits in easily including its tiny cap. (Never was a big fan of the orange junk.)

Just play with it and you'll see that it will work but the Tekin or LRP is so much better.

I should have mentioned that you want to place the GTB so the power wire cb is facing the motor.
Thanks AreCee, I'll give it a try.

Does anyone know if the Robinson 48 pitch 60 tooth spur works with the TA05?
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The blocks holding the suspension arms on, does anyone have a list or resource that tells me what each one is?

I'm assuming different block change the toe in?

I can't find anything that tells me what is number means.
I have a 'R' so it looks like the 1D in the rear gives a few degrees of toe in
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The blocks holding the suspension arms on, does anyone have a list or resource that tells me what each one is?

I'm assuming different block change the toe in?

I can't find anything that tells me what is number means.
I have a 'R' so it looks like the 1D in the rear gives a few degrees of toe in

Try this.

http://www.thard.co.uk/download/file.php?id=45
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very useful chart... thanks...

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Thanks AreCee, I'll give it a try.

Does anyone know if the Robinson 48 pitch 60 tooth spur works with the TA05?
Didn't know the Robinson had a spur that small. It may work but you may not be able to move the motor close enough depending on which pinion you plan to use. The bolt pattern is pretty standard (unless you're trying to use an Xray spur).
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I use a 72t and it has been on there for 2 years... plenty of laps with no problem, lol.
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Old 10-12-2008, 12:48 PM   #9763
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here's a question for you. where can I get the parts MB7 and MB8? (IE which metal parts bag?) I sheared them both off today with my bad driving and a pit wall.
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dw i found them. PN. 50882 and 50986
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