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Old 09-09-2019, 10:48 PM
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I did spend a bit of money as well. I spent more money on my TRF414 though. That chassis has a lot of TRF419X and TB04 parts.

This one pictured is mostly stock (bought from a fellow racer on this site). I now have two "R" kits and one VDF converted to FWD. I do love driving the TA05R though. The last race with my first TA05R was at TCS against a full A-main of TRF419s. I was the only tub chassis in the 5th spot. This chassis now pictured has all new electronics.

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Nice! Yeah pretty sure I saw that 414 in another thread, that thing is awesome man.
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Old 09-11-2019, 10:54 AM
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I thought I would clean this chassis up and race it since everyone is on the mid motor/pulley craz...
Beautiful car. Nicely built with lots of carbon fiber & aluminum upgrades.
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Old 09-11-2019, 02:27 PM
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Beautiful car. Nicely built with lots of carbon fiber & aluminum upgrades.
Thank you. Aluminum rear bulkheads are hard to come by but for some reason I ended up with three sets.
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Thank you. Aluminum rear bulkheads are hard to come by but for some reason I ended up with three sets.
Nice! I'm a sucker for carbon and aluminum parts and a neat set up myself. I'm more of a builder and basher than a serious racer. I enjoy the build more and looking at the kit, seeing them run nicely than to see the destruction at the track.

What took many, many hours of build will end up destroyed in milliseconds.
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Been wrenching on this all summer trolling forums and ebay buying parts here and there, still a work in progress, only a few more things I wanna get for it. This was my first TC I got in my early 20's so I'm quite fond of it and will always have a soft spot for it and figured Id show it some love! Since i couldn't back then. Still remember building it with the phillips! Talk about ouch! Below is a list of all the parts I bought only cause i spent so damn much I want someone to see it LOL and to help justify it to myself. All the electronics are spares I had laying around, expect for the esc picked that up here super cheap. Still gotta mess with the wiring as well just kinda threw everything in there.

Tamiya (#54249) 3X32mm Alum. Turnbuckle Shaft x5
Tamiya (#54089) TB-03 Carbon Bumper Support
Tamiya 5mm Stabilizer End Adjuster
Tamiya (#53917) 2.6mm Tit. Coated Suspension Shaft Set
tamiya Aluminum Body Adjuster Mount
Tamiya (#54091) TB-03 Servo Stay L
Tamiya (#54090) TB-03 Servo Stay R
Tamiya 54172 TA05 ver.II Separate Suspension Mounts a/xa x2
Tamiya 54072 Aluminum Suspension Mount (1D)
Tamiya 53851 46mm Titanium Coated Suspension
TB-03 ALUMINUM RACING STEERING SET (54095)
Tamiya 42216 Double Cardan Joint Shaft (44mm)
5x8mm Alum Ball Connector - Hex Head
5mm Aluminum Short Ball Nut - Blue 10pcs
5mm Reinforced Adjusters Open Face (Long/8pcs) x2
All brand new carbon reinforced parts expect the rear uprights. Gonna go with the aluminum one.
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Old 09-12-2019, 06:10 AM
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My other two TA05 aluminum bulkheads mounted on my TA05 VDF. I want to try the TA05 VDF as a FWD for the fun of it.





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Toyed with the idea of picking a vdf from tamiya usa. Think they were like 220 or something. I'm trying to track some bulk heads down my self atm, but torn between those or parts for my EX-05 and getting that thing pretty lol. God i think i have a problem...lol
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