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Post by kelvintan_hc on Wed 19 Dec 2012 - 22:12

my half way assembly
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by coldman28 on Wed 19 Dec 2012 - 22:33

love that bling bling
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by boolean21 on Wed 19 Dec 2012 - 23:17

woo hoo!!!!

always great to see build threads!
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by kelvintan_hc on Tue 25 Dec 2012 - 17:22




my halfway assembly
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by laneboysrc on Tue 25 Dec 2012 - 18:42

Wow, looking fantastic! Are the grey, white triangle-shaped stripes on the back painted or stickers?
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by kelvintan_hc on Tue 25 Dec 2012 - 19:49

laneboysrc wrote:Wow, looking fantastic! Are the grey, white triangle-shaped stripes on the back painted or stickers?

It stickers
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by kelvintan_hc on Wed 26 Dec 2012 - 15:11

Need advise which servo to use for my TA05 any recommendations?
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Post by laneboysrc on Wed 26 Dec 2012 - 15:39

According to the Tamiya manual TA05ver.II you need a "standard size" servo that is fast and moderately strong -- with preference to fast over strong. Standard size means 40 x 20 mm, 30 mm tall measured to the mounting lugs. See page 2 of the manual.

I like the Feetech FT5478M, which is "low profile", meaning it is not as tall as a normal servo (only 20mm tall measured to the mounting lugs).
Available at RC Mart for USD 20 + shipping.
Available locally at AutoDrift RC amongst others.

Hitec servo (available at Rotor) are also always a good choice. However, they use 24 tooth splines which are usually not part of the servo horn that comes in Tamiya kits (Tamiya comes with 23 and 25 tooth; Feetech uses 23 tooth btw).

And do watch out what voltage your servo will operate with! If you power it from the receiver via a BEC in your speed controller then make sure you do not buy a "high voltage servo" as those need at least 7 Volts or more. If such a servo is powered from a BEC/Receiver it will be very slow, weak and unreliable.
Often servo makers have the same servo as normal and high voltage version.

just my 2 cents, Werner
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by kelvintan_hc on Wed 26 Dec 2012 - 16:49

laneboysrc wrote:According to the Tamiya manual TA05ver.II you need a "standard size" servo that is fast and moderately strong -- with preference to fast over strong. Standard size means 40 x 20 mm, 30 mm tall measured to the mounting lugs. See page 2 of the manual.

I like the Feetech FT5478M, which is "low profile", meaning it is not as tall as a normal servo (only 20mm tall measured to the mounting lugs).
Available at RC Mart for USD 20 + shipping.
Available locally at AutoDrift RC amongst others.

Hitec servo (available at Rotor) are also always a good choice. However, they use 24 tooth splines which are usually not part of the servo horn that comes in Tamiya kits (Tamiya comes with 23 and 25 tooth; Feetech uses 23 tooth btw).

And do watch out what voltage your servo will operate with! If you power it from the receiver via a BEC in your speed controller then make sure you do not buy a "high voltage servo" as those need at least 7 Volts or more. If such a servo is powered from a BEC/Receiver it will be very slow, weak and unreliable.
Often servo makers have the same servo as normal and high voltage version.

just my 2 cents, Werner


thks bro , very detail will go look out for that
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by onyzstar on Wed 26 Dec 2012 - 19:12

kelvintan_hc wrote:


my halfway assembly

Very nice bro!

What blue spray is that? Is that TS-44?
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by kelvintan_hc on Wed 26 Dec 2012 - 19:17

onyzstar wrote:
kelvintan_hc wrote:


my halfway assembly

Very nice bro!

What blue spray is that? Is that TS-44?

It PS-30 brilliant blue
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by onyzstar on Wed 26 Dec 2012 - 21:12

kelvintan_hc wrote:
onyzstar wrote:
kelvintan_hc wrote:


my halfway assembly

Very nice bro!

What blue spray is that? Is that TS-44?

It PS-30 brilliant blue

Oh, its cool~
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by kelvintan_hc on Thu 27 Dec 2012 - 17:32




still halfway waiting for my servo from RCMART
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by oceanic on Thu 27 Dec 2012 - 18:46

Looks good Very Happy

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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by boolean21 on Thu 27 Dec 2012 - 18:49

Nice and ready to roll!
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by laneboysrc on Thu 27 Dec 2012 - 21:00

Very nice, hope to see it running soon!
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by kelvintan_hc on Mon 14 Jan 2013 - 14:58




some stuff just reach today for my TA05
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by boolean21 on Mon 14 Jan 2013 - 15:01

Woohoo... looking forward to see the car in action! Smile
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ready to run

Post by kelvintan_hc on Mon 14 Jan 2013 - 15:29





looking forward also ...... bounce
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by Marpek on Mon 14 Jan 2013 - 21:36

Very clean look!
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by kelvintan_hc on Mon 14 Jan 2013 - 21:47

Marpek wrote:Very clean look!

Coz haven on road yet.......
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by Harakiri on Mon 14 Jan 2013 - 22:06

Touring n drift meet coming soon bro
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by kelvintan_hc on Mon 14 Jan 2013 - 22:19

Harakiri wrote:Touring n drift meet coming soon bro

Yaaaaa cheers..... thk you boss
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by RCGolf on Mon 14 Jan 2013 - 23:09

Marpek wrote:Very clean look!
Ya, very nice bro !



kelvintan_hc wrote:
Harakiri wrote:Touring n drift meet coming soon bro

Yaaaaa cheers..... thk you boss
I wanna join too!! bounce
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Re: My TA05-VER 2 Drift/Touring

Post by speedstream on Tue 15 Jan 2013 - 0:03

Fantastic work and effort on the subaru body.



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