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Old 06-14-2008, 08:47 PM   #2356
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www.THard.co.uk Has all the 416 set up infromation that you need.


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Im looking to get a TAMIYA TRF416. I have never had a TAMIYA before so Im looking for some advice. Ive been running a RDX, just looking for something different. First off, where can I get one? LOL Second Im looking for a carpet, rubber tire, brushless, lipo setup. What lipo fits? Looking for everything including gearing. What spare parts should I consider also. Planning on ordering some spares when I order the kit. The track is smooth ozite carpet, tight with lap times around 11sec. thanks

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Old 06-14-2008, 10:28 PM   #2357
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Would like to ask, what is the biggest size spur gear that can fit on the 416 and 415 MSXX?

Reason being that I am trying to use a 18/19T pinion on my 416 but can't fit with the 105T Stock Spur Gear...

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Old 06-15-2008, 04:14 AM   #2358
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Default Stablizer setup

I have trouble balancing my rear stablizer. When I lift the left arm, the right arm moves instantly but when I lift the right arm, the left arm doesn't move at all. I detached the suspension and droop is set the same.

Any one knows how can I fix this problem?
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Old 06-15-2008, 07:33 AM   #2359
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Try lengthening the left hand side stabilizor link by adjusting the turnbuckle between the left hand arm and the stabilizor.
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Old 06-15-2008, 10:24 AM   #2361
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Im looking to get a TAMIYA TRF416. I have never had a TAMIYA before so Im looking for some advice. Ive been running a RDX, just looking for something different. First off, where can I get one? LOL Second Im looking for a carpet, rubber tire, brushless, lipo setup. What lipo fits? Looking for everything including gearing. What spare parts should I consider also. Planning on ordering some spares when I order the kit. The track is smooth ozite carpet, tight with lap times around 11sec. thanks

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the Orion 3600 lipo fits with no problems.
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Old 06-15-2008, 01:14 PM   #2362
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Hi,

here is my latest edition of my sense of the best touring car in the world:
(Track was very wide paved track (Ratio: 3,69) and my class was 9.5T Sport Class)

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Where did you get the Tamiya brand "blue" car stand? I really want one of those...
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the Orion 3600 lipo fits with no problems.
Orion 30C 3800mAh same can use !
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Where did you get the Tamiya brand "blue" car stand? I really want one of those...
Its not a tamiya stand "just some well place stickers me thinks"

I bought a fast tracks blue one too and did a similar sticker job on mine
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nope, genuine Tamiya product, the logo is etched in the stand, see this for comparison:
http://www.tamiyausa.com/product/ite...oduct-id=49291

that one is red, but they did make a blue one, T-USA sez discontinued. p/n 49224.
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Hey Peter, I run a 109 t spur on my car, but a 110 might fit.
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nope, genuine Tamiya product, the logo is etched in the stand, see this for comparison:
http://www.tamiyausa.com/product/ite...oduct-id=49291

that one is red, but they did make a blue one, T-USA sez discontinued. p/n 49224.
I've seen that part number, but it's directly related to a Tamiya Korea product...



The one shown above doesn't say "Korea" on it...
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Hi,

yes its the Tamiya 49224 Car stand (bought it 5 years ago). I am looking for more of the blue Tamiya Pit Towels. The black ones are available.

Looking forward for the last ETS race in Andernach/Germany. Anyone else with the 416 in 9.5T Sport Class?
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