The TA series of mid-range touring car chassis has been running since 1991. The TA series is a great option for racers, plus those ready to take the next step from entry-level machines such as the TT model series. The TA series now receives an update with this brand new model - the TA07 PRO chassis, which is the first new-number variant since the TA06 in 2011. It utilizes a new composite layout, fused with proven part designs from the top-class TRF419 chassis suspension. As a result, the chassis features highly optimized flex characteristics, plus tried and trusted drivetrain parts in a fresh 1 belt-driven setup. Featured Parts
- TRF419 design Uprights
- TRF419 design Suspension Arms
- TRF419 design Gear Differential Units
- TRF Dampers
- Universal Drive Shafts
Further Details from Tamiya's Design Team:
The upper frame allows for a symmetrical chassis design, which in turn helps to optimize chassis flex. Note: that front/rear stiffener, and center brace parts are attached separately to the integrated lower and side frame piece.
The efficient single belt winds back around the main and counter pulleys. Using one belt as opposed to two facilitates the changeable motor position feature. It allows simple reconstruction of the chassis using the existing belt rather than many different lengths.
The 3 motor positions cover a total range of 52mm. Changing motor positions is easy; just take off the cover, remove 2 screws, and re-attach the motor mount in the desired position.
TRF419 suspension parts and gear differentials give top-level performance and reliability. Like on the TRF419, the servo mount is attached on one side only, with chassis flex in mind. The battery can be removed via the chassis side.