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Old 10-12-2010, 06:59 PM   #11056
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Hey guys,

I read through some of the pages here but since there are over 700 pages and I don't have that kind of time + searching on google, I have a few questions that I hope someone here could help me with.

Just wondering if the Tamiya 46mm universal shafts part #53847 will work on the front and back of a ta05 Version 2? Or will the rears require the 44mm shafts part #54077 with the tb-03 wheel axels part #54076? Also, I read somewhere that there is an issue with the rears? By that I mean you need more parts? It wasn't clear if they were refering to a ta05 or the ta05 v2.

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on my ta05 ifs-r i know it uses the 46mm shafts. i use the 44mm on my v2 but i have seen the 46mm work but they go pretty deep into the diff cup.
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Old 10-12-2010, 08:10 PM   #11057
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i don't have a V2 yet, but i do know it has narrower arms than TA05 which uses 46mm shafts or the ta05-r, ifs-r which uses 48mm shafts. but do go out and buy the 44mm just yet. just letting you know what i know.

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was just on the tamiya website and found this page for ta05v2 upgrades... don't see any 44mm swing shafts but a few 46mm ones.

which would make sense since 44mm are for tb03 which uses a much wider bulkhead and diff outdrives.. I once tried to use a tbevo5 outdrives for my ta05 and noticed they were a good 4mm wider than the ta05 so the bearings mount were further out than the bulkhead allowed.
I saw those on there as well which made me think that the 46mm was the way to go. But I don't want to order them and find out that they are too long lol.

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on my ta05 ifs-r i know it uses the 46mm shafts. i use the 44mm on my v2 but i have seen the 46mm work but they go pretty deep into the diff cup.
As long as they fit without any rubbing issues, say more on the inside of the cups of the diff then I think I should be good.

Thanks for the help guys I really appreciate it
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Old 10-12-2010, 09:40 PM   #11058
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some good looking chassis' on here.

here's one of mine running a mamba max with a cm36-9000kv.



absolutely nothing left stock on it... i literally have another ta05 i can build.
THAT is a slice a heaven. I envy you, only if you had that butter zone called a TRF center ball diff assy. But then again, I can't quite afford a sweet taste of that thing you got there.

Nice car, treat it well hoss
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Old 10-12-2010, 11:54 PM   #11059
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liquidgenesis.. what chassis is that? mines a 3racing and i think yours is too. its just different...
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its a 3racing first generation Silver Surface Graphite released back in 2006.

The rest of the TA05 arsenal....


from left to right in order of speed. TA05-R, TA05, TA05 ifs-R


TA05-R running a Mamba Max Pro 7700kv with a 3S 3000mah 40C Lipo. This chassis is for top speed runs. GPS'd @ 142kph. trying to hit 150+.


TA05 SSG chassis more updated than the last pic.. it now has blue titanium turnbuckles, and carbon bumper support. pretty much a shelf queen now.


Ta05 ifs-R running a yeah racing Falsonic 60A ESC with 6000kv motor. this is the chassis I use to race TC open with.
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Old 10-18-2010, 02:18 PM   #11061
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using the stock tamiya spur that came w/ the ta-05 and the 3racing chassis, my spur gear sticks out of the bottom of the chassis by about 1/8 inch.
i cannot raise it.
i need a smaller spur.
the local carpet track wont let me run it for fear i will rip up the carpet.
what do you suggest?
i have to dump the castle 5700 and run a 17.5spec setup anyhow so i will need to buy new spur and pinion.

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Old 10-18-2010, 02:28 PM   #11062
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using the stock tamiya spur that came w/ the ta-05 and the 3racing chassis, my spur gear sticks out of the bottom of the chassis by about 1/8 inch.
i cannot raise it.
i need a smaller spur.
the local carpet track wont let me run it for fear i will rip up the carpet.
what do you suggest?
i have to dump the castle 5700 and run a 17.5spec setup anyhow so i will need to buy new spur and pinion.

thanks
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What FDR are you trying to reach?
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Old 10-18-2010, 02:36 PM   #11063
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i honestly dont know. i have never ran a touring car. i bought this and built it as a shelf queen but i think id like to run it at local track this winter
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i honestly dont know. i have never ran a touring car. i bought this and built it as a shelf queen but i think id like to run it at local track this winter
OK.

Using a 17.5 novak w/ a 88T 64p Spur & this chart

http://www.comeseethis.com/gearing/Default.aspx

You'll need a 57T 64P pinion to get a 3.47 FDR ideal is 3.5


The trick will be determining how small a spur gear you need so it does extend pass the chassis. Look at the Kimbrough Spurs they come in a lot of sizes
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would i be best to use a pair of calipers and measure the spur i currently have?
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Sure.

Measure the spur diameter & subtract 2x the amount it extends pass the bottom of the chassis. This will give you the maximum diameter spur you can use, then off to the LHS with your calipers. Get a 64p. I run an 88T but I use the stock chassis.
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Old 10-25-2010, 11:40 PM   #11067
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Hey guys, I was just wondering what a good substitute for the diff oil for the ball bearing diffs would be? Im new to onroad so not very knowledgable. Would regular black grease work fine? I was just trying to figure out what to use seeing how i was about to use AE diff oil but figured that the thickness might affect the car's performance, or how the diff would react. So i thought i would just ask and save me the hassle of tearing it apart again. Im going to be running on carpet if that helps any.

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Old 11-16-2010, 05:10 AM   #11068
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was just wondering of anyone can help me arrive at a suitable spur/pinion combo to obtain a 58mm rollout for our local club.

anyone running this range of rollout at there club. Our local club is using the Speed Passion Cirtrix with V2 21.5 whihc has replaced 540 class, and rollout is 58mm.

was just wondering what pitch would be suitable and if i'm limited by size.

any information would be appreciated.
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Old 11-16-2010, 05:15 AM   #11069
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I've got mine with a Tekin 21.5 running at 35/68 I think, with 48p gears. It's not quite 58 but it's getting up there, about 52-53 I think... Just drop the spur down a few more teeth and you should be close enough to 58.
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I've got mine with a Tekin 21.5 running at 35/68 I think, with 48p gears. It's not quite 58 but it's getting up there, about 52-53 I think... Just drop the spur down a few more teeth and you should be close enough to 58.
thanks for that...a good starting point
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