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Old 04-28-2010, 02:08 PM   #10816
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Spacer won't solve the problem...you need the 416 steering knuckle 51332 and the bearings within 51239 BB23/1050 x 4
Thanks, ill give those a try. What about the rear? Looks like part 51332 is just for the front, the universals in the rear have excessive play also.
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Old 04-28-2010, 09:41 PM   #10817
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OK....So first I will tighten the front diff some.......second I will try harder springs up front.....Thanks.....How tight can you go on these diffs because really it's my frist time using ball diffs.
you really dont want to go to tight on the stock outdrives and diff bolt, basically when im running a two diff setup i run the front just tight enough to spin the motor when i roll one wheel by hand and the rear just loose enough that it spins the other tire the opposite way without turning the motor. Also running thick heavy grease in the front and light grease in the rear helps get the same effect, but for me ive found a spool to work the best on this car in almost every condition.

Also you might not need harder front springs, you can swing the top of the front shocks out (unless your running ifs) and running a higher number on the down stops on the rear (less droop travel) i usually run about 1 or 2mm over ride height in the rear.
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Old 04-29-2010, 04:56 AM   #10818
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Hallo TA05 enthusiasts!

first I wont to thank everyone in this forum for their great inputs and tipps on the Ta05 - these helped me way more than alot!

But I have to say I'm gone end this hobby to day - therefore I sale my 5-times used TA05 ver.II "R" + my hole Tuning parts + the most important spare parts - yes you don't see wrong it's an "R" - it's an upgrade from the TA05 IFS-R to the TA05 ver.II - of course with reinforced parts, separate Suspension Mounts ...

Following parts are included

Chassis parts Price as New (Euro)
49491 Tamiya TA05 IFS-R 269
54172 TA05ver.II Aufhängungsbefestigung 1A-1XA 15,95
54174 TA05ver.II Aufhängungsbefestigung 1C-1XC 15,95
54196 K-Teile TA05ver.II Carbon verstärkt 10,95
42110 Flansch-Kugellager (840) Fluorine Sealed 8,95
54070 TB-03 Aufhängungsbefestigung 1B 10,95
54074 TB-03 Aufhängungsbefestigung 1F 10,95
3454445 Hauptzahnrad-Halter ALU BLAU TA05ver.II 5,65
5405048 Motorbefestigung TA05ver.II ALU 13,59
53992 ALU Bolzen für Umlenkhebel vorn TA05-IFS 6,26
53850 TRF Dämpfer Titan-Kolbenstangen (2) 7,7 2x
5405048 Motorbefestigung TA05ver.II ALU 13,59
9115256 Chassis Rahmen TA05ver.II 21,95
42110 Flansch-Kugellager (840) Fluorine Sealed 8,95
53992 ALU Bolzen für Umlenkhebel vorn TA05-IFS 6,26
6275070 Urethan-Stoßfänger TB Evo V, TRF415MSXX 2,19

436,54

Ersatzteile
53988 Kugeldiff-Zahnrad 37Z TRF416, TRF501X 4,39 3x
54045 Zahnriemen TA05-IFS-R,TA05ver.II (342mm) 5,75 3x
51287 Platten f.Kugeldiff TRF416,TRF501X,DB-01 3,33 2x
53849 Diff-Abtriebe TA-05 High Precision 14,79
53857 Hauptzahnrad 105Z M0.4 TA-05, TRF416 3,7
53970 Staubschutz f.Kugeldifferential TA-05 2,49
53989 Zentralpulley 18Z (2) TRF416, TRF501X 4,49

62,55

Tuning
54197 Motorbefestigung TA05ver.II ALU BLAU 44,97
53833 TA-05 Einwegdiff. (Frontfreilauf) 39,95 (NEW without package)
53877 TA-05 Front Direct Coupling (Spool) 22,95
53994 TA05-IFS Kohlefaser Dämpferbrücke HINTEN 17,95 (NEW without package)

125,82

624,91 EURO (about 830 USD) - Price for new

The TA05 IFS Chassis has alot scratches on whereas the TA05 ver.II has only been used about 5 times - all other parts -inluding Bearings are also fairly new - ask me for pictures!

MY price: 339 Euro shipped! 449 USD (for other countries than Europe ask me)

Please contact me for further information and pictures (I'm not allowed yet to post URLs )
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Old 04-29-2010, 09:41 AM   #10819
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Has anyone changed the pulleys(37/18) in a TA05MS? I am wondering if it can be done because of the different belt lengths in the MS?
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Old 04-29-2010, 09:48 AM   #10820
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Thanks, ill give those a try. What about the rear? Looks like part 51332 is just for the front, the universals in the rear have excessive play also.
Are you upgrading the CVD from your original IFS..? If so, you have to get the reversable rear arm, the uprights, and the bearings...with all these upgrade you are spending, you might as well sell the IFS and buy a IFS-R will all those options included...(only if you can find one, they discontinued the IFS-R long time ago...may be a nicely used one).
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Old 04-29-2010, 05:23 PM   #10821
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Are you upgrading the CVD from your original IFS..? If so, you have to get the reversable rear arm, the uprights, and the bearings...with all these upgrade you are spending, you might as well sell the IFS and buy a IFS-R will all those options included...(only if you can find one, they discontinued the IFS-R long time ago...may be a nicely used one).
Yes, Im upgrading the CVDs on an original IFS. Ive listed the parts I think your referring to. Are these the right parts for the rear?

-416 rear upright Tamiya#51333
-RC Short Reversible Suspension Arm TB Evo Tamiya #53928
-Tamiya bearings #?? same as front #51329??
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Old 05-01-2010, 06:42 PM   #10822
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Added some 5x8x0.5mm shims over the axle inside the front knuckle and rear upright. Took 4 each side, front and rear. No more slop.
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Old 05-02-2010, 08:38 AM   #10823
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Hi all. Have recently converted my front diff to a spool and while I must say it made the car a lot easier to drive it has brought about a new set of problems

I am aware that a spool will cause an increase in vibrations when the wheels are steered to full lock. This is present on my car and I find it acceptable.

However when I release the throttle at full lock with my car on the table the entire drivetrain starts to vibrate seriously to the pt where my car starts to hop on the table. If I add some throttle again at this pt the vibration goes back to a normal level.

On the track this translates to a snap oversteer issue everytime I release my throttle and the car can be seen hopping around.

Can anyone help me with this?
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Old 05-02-2010, 01:40 PM   #10824
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anyone using a ta05 for rcgt? with x-pattern tires? trying to find a good setup at the moment... running stock setup with yellow springs up front and red in the back.... no roll-bars..

trying to find ways to make this thing transition faster through corners... does anyone have good setups to share? also the ta05 v2 suspension blocks do they work on the old ta05?

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Old 05-04-2010, 08:08 AM   #10825
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Well..Another good weekend with the TA05.....I pull my rear diff out and cleaned it up..Also tighten it up a bit...Put on new tires and she was handling nice as could be.I was suprised that while racing with the nitro car guys that the TA05 could really hold it's own.It could out handle most of them and while not quite as fast the handling and traction of theTA05 still put me up front.....Only down side was my car body really took a beating...After being knocked around and flipped a few times by the nitro guys my lid ain't so nice anymore.....But Was still lots of fun .
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Old 05-04-2010, 11:35 AM   #10826
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also the ta05 v2 suspension blocks do they work on the old ta05?

Thanks!
they will not since the split blocks requires 4 mounting holes and the original TA05 only has 2 per suspension block. sorry.
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anyone know tricks to get bearings out of aluminum knuckles/steering rack bellcranks? without damaging the bearing or knuckle prefferably..

tight fit..
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Old 05-09-2010, 02:54 AM   #10828
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Hey,

What is the advantage of wide pitch diff pulleys over the standard pulley?

If using the wide pitch for the front and rear diffs will the internal ratio of the car change, since the wide pitch pulleys has only 18T?
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Old 05-09-2010, 05:51 AM   #10829
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Ronaldo, the advantage is less friction. The internal ratio stays the same.

Anybody got problems with wear on the center pulleys ? There is a bit of sideways play on the center shaft and it seems to drive the inside belt onto the end of the pulley and that wears out.
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Old 05-11-2010, 08:49 AM   #10830
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Anyone here know the TA05 belt length?
For TA05 Ver.2 is 342mm is there any shorter belt then this?
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