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Old 02-07-2012, 11:26 AM   #11146
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A simpler question:

What is a part number for a front spool to fit a TA05 ISFR?

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Old 02-07-2012, 11:49 AM   #11147
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Anyone know who makes alloy 16T and 17T centre pulleys. Looks like 3 racing only make then in plastic.
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Old 03-01-2012, 02:19 PM   #11149
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can anyone help me with this problem-

my ta05 fishtails and spins from a dead stop with moderate throttle and also on corners when applying throttle on the way out of the apex.

Using the car as USVTA with spec tires which have plenty of life left.

I rebuilt the front ball diff which didn't seem to help but before i tear the back one apart I was hoping someone had experienced a similar problem and figured out the problem.

Do I need to rebuild the rear diff or tighten it down?
The belts are a little loos but work fine - should I replace them?

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Old 03-01-2012, 02:42 PM   #11150
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How tight is your rear diff?
If it is too tight it could cause the car to react like that.
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Old 03-01-2012, 03:13 PM   #11151
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can anyone help me with this problem-

my ta05 fishtails and spins from a dead stop with moderate throttle and also on corners when applying throttle on the way out of the apex.

Using the car as USVTA with spec tires which have plenty of life left.

I rebuilt the front ball diff which didn't seem to help but before i tear the back one apart I was hoping someone had experienced a similar problem and figured out the problem.

Do I need to rebuild the rear diff or tighten it down?
The belts are a little loos but work fine - should I replace them?

Thanks!
Sounds like one of your drive axles is broken.
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Old 03-01-2012, 03:56 PM   #11152
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can anyone help me with this problem-

my ta05 fishtails and spins from a dead stop with moderate throttle and also on corners when applying throttle on the way out of the apex.

Using the car as USVTA with spec tires which have plenty of life left.

I rebuilt the front ball diff which didn't seem to help but before i tear the back one apart I was hoping someone had experienced a similar problem and figured out the problem.

Do I need to rebuild the rear diff or tighten it down?
The belts are a little loos but work fine - should I replace them?

Thanks!

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You're near Omaha right?

Kwikride & I both race on Weds night. You should stop out and we can take a look at it on the track @ the PLEX.
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Old 03-01-2012, 04:11 PM   #11153
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can anyone help me with this problem-

my ta05 fishtails and spins from a dead stop with moderate throttle and also on corners when applying throttle on the way out of the apex.

Using the car as USVTA with spec tires which have plenty of life left.

I rebuilt the front ball diff which didn't seem to help but before i tear the back one apart I was hoping someone had experienced a similar problem and figured out the problem.

Do I need to rebuild the rear diff or tighten it down?
The belts are a little loos but work fine - should I replace them?

Thanks!
your belt tension is adjustable in the bulk heads, if the tensioner is maxed out then its time for new belts, what is your rear toe? what is your camber?
one of the quickest things toy can do to help is loosen your rear diff
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Old 03-03-2012, 04:36 PM   #11154
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I'm getting ready for TCS and Which is the best Tamiya bodies works best for this TA05 Ver2 IFS?
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I'm getting ready for TCS and Which is the best Tamiya bodies works best for this TA05 Ver2 IFS?
i'd say the HVS, or the Corolla but i know the IFS NSX seem to work very well also
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Old 03-04-2012, 06:02 PM   #11156
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well I just picked up a new TA05 ver 1 roller in a trade its put together and I think it has a few upgrades to the center diff and belts. I realy know nothing of onroad, I do have a M-05 I have been running for a couple of months.

I do know this is not the greatest car to start with so I know set up will be everything to help me get competitive. I read through a bunch of pages but dont have time to read through 744 pages.

I will be running novice 17.5 and will use a Novak 17.5 ss. Has a 78t 48p spur. I have a 27t pinion is that a good starting point? or do I need to go taller?

What are the hop ups? Somebody said one of the other cars parts transfer

Any little points would be great....thanks Curt
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well I just picked up a new TA05 ver 1 roller in a trade its put together and I think it has a few upgrades to the center diff and belts. I realy know nothing of onroad, I do have a M-05 I have been running for a couple of months.

I do know this is not the greatest car to start with so I know set up will be everything to help me get competitive. I read through a bunch of pages but dont have time to read through 744 pages.

I will be running novice 17.5 and will use a Novak 17.5 ss. Has a 78t 48p spur. I have a 27t pinion is that a good starting point? or do I need to go taller?

What are the hop ups? Somebody said one of the other cars parts transfer

Any little points would be great....thanks Curt
you can take arms,c-hubs and knuckles from the TRF 416, they are much lighter and have better geometry

a front spool would be a good investment as well as a set of cvds
the stock shocks are ok for kit shocks, but if your looking to spend any more TRF shocks are worth every penny

after that its all about learning to drive the car smooth and quick
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you can take arms,c-hubs and knuckles from the TRF 416, they are much lighter and have better geometry

a front spool would be a good investment as well as a set of cvds
the stock shocks are ok for kit shocks, but if your looking to spend any more TRF shocks are worth every penny

after that its all about learning to drive the car smooth and quick
Thanks, have cvds and just the stock shocks

Now I dont know much about spools but isnt that just a locked diff? I would think that would give me an issue with the steering? But I bet it would drive out of the corners hard

was thinking about about some 3racing shocks down the line, are they anygood?
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Thanks, have cvds and just the stock shocks

Now I dont know much about spools but isnt that just a locked diff? I would think that would give me an issue with the steering? But I bet it would drive out of the corners hard

was thinking about about some 3racing shocks down the line, are they anygood?
yes the spool is locked it does pull hard out of the corners that is what alot of people are running.as for shocks the tamiya trf shocks are well worth the money.getting back to the spool you should not have any problems with steering.any more questions just ask there are alot of very good people on rc tech
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Thanks, have cvds and just the stock shocks

Now I dont know much about spools but isnt that just a locked diff? I would think that would give me an issue with the steering? But I bet it would drive out of the corners hard

was thinking about about some 3racing shocks down the line, are they anygood?
3racing shocks are a little better than stock but, in my opinion aren't really worth spending money on.

a spool is basically a locked diff, the big difference being the spool will last along time, but a stock diff locked will ware out pretty quickly because its not intended to be used that way

as for how it handles, the spool lets you get on the power sooner to pull the car out of the corner faster, personally i like the way it steers that way and if you look at a lot of high end cars they all come with front spools these days.
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