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PostTamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R

Couldnt find any other info or pics but apparently lauch date is 14 September

New Tamiya product info coutesy of www.tamiyablog.com

Kits

* 1/10 R/C TRF417 Chassis Kit
* 1/10 R/C TRF502X Chassis Kit
* 1/10 R/C M-06 PRO Chassis Kit
* 1/10 R/C Datsun 240Z (TT-01D Type-E) Drift Spec
* 1/10 R/C Endless 370Z (TT-01D Type-E) Drift Spec
* 1/10 R/C Vodafone McLaren Mercedes MP4-24 (F104)
* 1/10 R/C Raybrig HSV-010 (TA05 ver.II)
* 1/10 R/C JAS Motorsport Honda Civic Type-R R3 (FF-03)
* 1/10 R/C TA05 Ver.2-R Chassis Kit
* 1/10 R/C TRF201 Basic Version 【Tentative】
* 1/10 R/C F104 PRO Black Special (Limited Edition)
* 1/16 R/C M-51 Super Sherman Full-Option Kit

Expert Builds

* XB Datsun 240Z (TT-01D Type-E) Drift Spec
* XB Endless 370Z (TT-01D Type-E) Drift Spec
* XB Toyota Land Cruiser 40 (CC-01)

Option Parts

* Wrench for 5mm Reinforced Adjusters
* SA TT-01R Type-E Chassis (Factory Finished)
* OP FF-03 Carbon Damper Stay (Rear)
* OP FF-03 Carbon Motor Stay (L)
* OP FF-03 Carbon Steering Link
* OP FF-03 Carbon Stiffener (Rear) 【Tentative】
* OP TRF201 Slipper Clutch Set 【Tentative】
* OP M-06 Aluminum Motor Mount
* OP M-06 Aluminum Gearbox Plate
* OP M-06 Titanium Screw Set
* OP Aluminum Upright (2.0°) Adapter for M-05Ra Chassis
* OP M-05 & M-06 Aluminum Rear Upright (2.0°)
* OP Tamiya Brushless Motor 01 (Sensored) 12T
* OP Tamiya Brushless Motor 01 (Sensored) 14T
* OP Tamiya Brushless Motor 01 (Sensored) 16T
* OP Tamiya Brushless Motor 01 (Sensored) 18T
* Tamiya Brushless ESC 01 (Sensored)
* EXPEC GT-I 2.4G Radio Control System (Basic Set)


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Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R :: Comments

tractorboy
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Tue Sep 07, 2010 2:46 pm by tractorboy
I think the M-06 Pro is just a rwd version of the M-05
paul
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Tue Sep 07, 2010 3:00 pm by paul
Yip i also assume it RWD - seems all even numbered m series cars are RWD
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Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Wed Sep 08, 2010 12:23 pm by Bandit
i don't think so, they will stick to FWD....my guess hahahaha
cathurga
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Wed Sep 08, 2010 12:51 pm by cathurga
Bandit, I think what Paul is referring to is that Tamiya have done this for all the M-chassis cars.

M-01, M-03 and M-05 were all FWD

M-02, M-04 and the new M-05 all RWD


Abdul Basit
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Wed Sep 08, 2010 5:27 pm by Abdul Basit
If the M-06 is a rwd version of the M-05, I just hope they give it the steering of the M-03 or the M-04. And maybe make the battery holder my lipo compatible.

Can't wait for the pictures.
chardiboi
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Wed Sep 08, 2010 6:21 pm by chardiboi
Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R 639473d1283934762-tamiya-m-06-thread-39992_1
Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R 639474d1283934770-tamiya-m-06-thread-39992_2
Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R 639475d1283934777-tamiya-m-06-thread-39992_3

from a Tamiya Jap site
jebjeb
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Wed Sep 08, 2010 7:12 pm by jebjeb
battery from the bottom? cool!
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Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Wed Sep 08, 2010 8:08 pm by Bandit
my bad its RWD...huhuhu
paul
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Wed Sep 08, 2010 11:45 pm by paul
That looks sweet! Very different to what I was expecting!
Jay
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Thu Sep 09, 2010 12:22 am by Jay
m-series commin out lately comes with front bumpers.. did they just thought of it now!
too late for my totally wrecked pickup shell lol
foam bumpers on top of m03s wish list very happy

btw brittle dampers that comes with the m-pro kits are all safe on that m06!!!
cathurga
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Thu Sep 09, 2010 12:09 pm by cathurga
Jay, the M-04 also had bumpers, so it's not new for the RWD cars....

I am not so sure on the battery from below setup, Tamiya has not bought into the LiPo idea so it may be a challenge to get certain batteries to fit.....but I am sure they realise that the rest of the world is using Lipo, do they might consider that to avoid plummeting sales.
The motor hanging over the back is very 'a la Porsche' and will have nose light, tail heavy problems, but the design looks like it could compensate for that...

I like it, may have to try one some day...
paul
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Wed Sep 15, 2010 2:27 pm by paul
Some more inofr courtesy of www.Tamiya.com

1/10 R/C M-06 PRO Chassis Kit


Following the substantial release of the FWD M-05, Tamiya is proud to release the all-new RWD M-06 PRO chassis. An obvious change is the polycarbonate resin bathtub chassis which displays superb torsional strength. The layout features a longitudinally-mounted battery, which improves overall weight distribution. The motor is placed at the rear for an RR (Rear-motor, Rear-drive) set-up, which offers excellent rear-end stability for improved grip.

Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R M06_110

Just like the M-05, a great feature of the M-06 is that you have the choice to assemble three wheelbase lengths: 210mm, 225mm, and 239mm. The M-06 PRO chassis comes equipped with full ball-bearing specifications, CVA dampers (clear), and a variety of Option Parts to enhance handling. With the longitudinal position of the battery, weight distribution does not drastically change even when you install different types of batteries such as LF and NiCd batteries. Servo, ESC, and receiver are placed on either side of the battery for optimum balance. You can change the wheelbase length by simply changing the assembly of rear section parts.

Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R M06_210

The RR chassis features the motor and gearbox mounted at the rear which ensures ample traction to the drive wheels. Like the M-05 chassis, three wheelbase lengths are possible by simply changing the assembly of the rear section. In addition, long rear upper arms and lay down rear dampers offer great stability and handling.

Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R M06_310

Front end shares the same steering parts as the M-05, making it possible for you to use many M-05 Option Parts. The M-06 PRO is equipped with a Hi-Torque Servo Saver and a rich assortment of aluminum parts including a horn for hi-torque servo saver, a steering link, steering posts, and turnbuckle steering rods to provide sharp steering response.
paul
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Wed Sep 15, 2010 2:31 pm by paul
first pic courtesy www.tamiya.com

1 / 10 TA05 ver.II R Chassis

Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R Top10
LaNcE
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Wed Sep 15, 2010 4:27 pm by LaNcE
hmmmnnn.. nice v2-R..

is there any spec sheets yet? Carbon Reinforced parts et al?

dislike the rims.. they're staying in the box untouched.. hehe..
paul
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Wed Sep 15, 2010 4:37 pm by paul
LaNcE wrote:
hmmmnnn.. nice v2-R..

is there any spec sheets yet? Carbon Reinforced parts et al?

dislike the rims.. they're staying in the box untouched.. hehe..

lance

i did a google translate on the japanese tamiya page, there wasnt much info although i could make out that it has carbon reinforced parts and chassis and something about TRF shocks

pink rims are lame thumb_down
LaNcE
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Wed Sep 15, 2010 4:46 pm by LaNcE
thanks paul..

let's hope they treat it like the TB-03R where the only non-carbon part was the chassis..
cathurga
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Wed Sep 15, 2010 5:03 pm by cathurga
I was initially impressed with the TB03R when it came out but there were some hopups that it didn't include that it should have....most notably the steering was still sloppy. They did include some items like the front shock arms were alloy, with a brace (doesnt look like that is on the TA05R)
At the time I worked out that once you had bought a body and ESC there wasnt a lot of diffrence in buying the normal one and doing the important hopups yourself.
I still cannot measure the value of stabilisers on the tracks we race on, but on a prepared track you might...the universals on the front are good upgrades, the shocks are the best upgrade and either way Tamiya tires suck in comparison to RIDE/SPICE/SHIMIZU/X-PATTERNS so those would go anyway...

Why do I care? I dont know? I like shafty's better anyway LOL
jebjeb
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Wed Sep 15, 2010 7:44 pm by jebjeb
@ lance... is the TB03D (red box) chassis carbon reinforced?
cathurga
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Wed Sep 15, 2010 8:13 pm by cathurga
Ian, I know I am not Lance but if I recall, there was a D-model, as well as one with additional cosmetic parts...one had the reinforced stuff, the other did not...I think....dunno...maybe....
One was in a black box, and one in a red box...
jebjeb
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Wed Sep 15, 2010 8:33 pm by jebjeb
yes andy, the red box has all the carbon reinforced but not sure if the chassis is the same. but if thats the case, then probably the red box also has a reinforced plastic chassis

thanks smile
mister-e
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Tue Oct 05, 2010 5:46 pm by mister-e
Any one has tried the M-06?
I hope it's capable to handle low traction surfaces, unlike the M-04 which is a handful to drive.

cathurga
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Tue Oct 05, 2010 8:03 pm by cathurga
Mister-e, M06 has not been released yet. It is going to be on the Japanese Toy show (cannot recall which one) on the 17th of this month. Usually Tamiya issues stocks to distributors prior to the shows, with release orders ONLY at the end of the show.

They should be on the shelves at the end of this month. That new HSV-010 bodyshell on the TA-05 V2-R looks like it will become a part of my garage (on the TB03 chassis)

AWESOME CAR
paul
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Tue Oct 05, 2010 8:45 pm by paul
andy you can already get that HSV-010 shell at r2 hobbies

check HERE

they've knocked it off before tamiya launched it

if dont want to do box art you could get one now otherwise wait for the tamiya version
cathurga
Re: Tamiya M06 Pro & TA05 V2-R
Post on Tue Oct 05, 2010 9:29 pm by cathurga
yeah, i think i will wait for the Tamiya version, i had a shell from R2 once before and the quality was nowhere near as good... Accept no substitutes lol
I suppose I will wait longer until they release the body shell only though.
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