Tamiya TA-06 MS

The TA06 chassis has been upgraded to the next level. This Tamiya TA06 MS chassis kit features newly-designed carbon fiber components such as the 2.5mm thick lower and upper decks, as well as 2mm thick R/C mechanism plates, further increasing the overall rigidity of the chassis to enhance performance at high-speeds.
It also features a new front aluminum drive shaft mount. The drivetrain has a front direct coupling (spool) and double-cardan drive shafts. In addition, the servo position is switched to the right side in order to optimize chassis balance.


The latest addition to Tamiya’s on-road R/C touring car product line is the TA06 MS, which was created with input from the world championship-winning TRF (Tamiya Racing Factory) team. Tamiya started the modern touring car standard with the TA-01, which was first released in 1992. This is the 6th generation 4WD chassis, which features a totally new layout design that offers excellent balance. The motor and battery are mounted along the center-line of the chassis with the radio gear positioned on either side. The DUAL-DRIVE SYSTEM features belt-driven front and gear-driven rear wheels. The refined Inboard Front Suspension (IFS) setup can also be changed to a standard outboard setup thanks to the kit-included damper stay parts. Front and rear gearboxes are equipped with newly-designed gear diff units to efficiently transmit motor power and offer superb traction and acceleration.
Source: Tamiya USA

8 Comments on “Tamiya TA-06 MS”

    1. It should but what i want to see is if the overdose steering rack works with the other side servo

      1. im wondering as well because honestly it doesnt look that hard to flip the steering if you really wanted too, i dont see a real point unless your getting more throw stock than you would OD’d. my servo and esc are balanced as is stock now, im looking at the new chassis braces’s hopefully a pretty cheap tamiya part

      1. im wondering as well because honestly it doesnt look that hard to flip the steering if you really wanted too, i dont see a real point unless your getting more throw stock than you would OD’d. my servo and esc are balanced as is stock now, im looking at the new chassis braces’s hopefully a pretty cheap tamiya part

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