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Old 06-30-2008, 01:36 PM   #2431
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some sus. mount 1X -1E was arrived la !
44mm Swing shafts
trf416 diff set
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Aren't this just the 'regular' 415 blocks and not the new style 416's??
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Aren't this just the 'regular' 415 blocks and not the new style 416's??
Same New TRF416 suspension mount !
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Same New TRF416 suspension mount !
When will the 1c be on stock again...
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Old 06-30-2008, 02:44 PM   #2434
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When will the 1c be on stock again...
Sorry please check our web site ,
because i'm upgrade my PC now !
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Old 06-30-2008, 03:16 PM   #2435
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They are home made LOL. Marc was colouring everything he could get his hands on at Reedy with his sweet "tamiya blue" shapie marker .

As for the upper decks, i have tried takin the rear bridge part out a while back in preperation for Reedy. I found the car to have a little more grip/consistency but when at reedy i eventually switched back as my car was not transitioning very well through the shicanes! For low grip situations it works well.
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Old 06-30-2008, 04:38 PM   #2436
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question.. why are you guys lying the rear shocks down so far? and what effect does it have on entry/mid/exit steering? id like to try it out next im at the track and see what happens. (also try the raising the rear camber links next time im out). thanks guys!
Lying the shocks down makes the spring more progressive, so there will be a more gradual retardation of roll through the corner. Upright shocks do the opposite, they will roll a little at first but then resist the roll more abbruptly making the car feel more responsive but ultimately having less grip
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Old 07-01-2008, 06:35 AM   #2437
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Just like to say congrats to Tamiya for making a brilliant handerling car.

Dialled!

Basically run the DHI CUP Setup everywhere, with a few minor tweeks outdoors.

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Old 07-01-2008, 08:46 AM   #2438
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So I have finally given up on my TA05MS and decided to buy a 416 for the 13.5 class. Does anyone have any experience with this kit, and a 13.5 on asphalt with a good starting setup? Come on hebiki...I know you got something for me!
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Front

Middle hole on Tower
Tamiya 400 Wt 3 hole pistons
3.5mm under camber link in middle hole
Furthest hole on A arm
4mm hex hub .5mm spacer
416 D front and 416 d rear flat
Tamiya White
5mm ackerman
.5mm bump steer spacer
Droop 6
Arm spacing 2 mm front 2mm rear

Rear

3rd hole out on tower
Tamiya 400 wt 3 hole pistons
3.5mm under camber link middle hole
3mm spacer outside hole rear hub
Tamiya Blue
2nd hole outside on a arm
4mm hex hubs
1xa rear front 1d rear
Arm spacing 3mm front 1mm rear

Its works
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Thats with a spool by the way
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Old 07-01-2008, 11:13 PM   #2441
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Front

Middle hole on Tower
Tamiya 400 Wt 3 hole pistons
3.5mm under camber link in middle hole
Furthest hole on A arm
4mm hex hub .5mm spacer
416 D front and 416 d rear flat
Tamiya White
5mm ackerman
.5mm bump steer spacer
Droop 6
Arm spacing 2 mm front 2mm rear

Rear

3rd hole out on tower
Tamiya 400 wt 3 hole pistons
3.5mm under camber link middle hole
3mm spacer outside hole rear hub
Tamiya Blue
2nd hole outside on a arm
4mm hex hubs
1xa rear front 1d rear
Arm spacing 3mm front 1mm rear

Its works
I noticed this yesterday, with DD on the front the track width is equal to the rear, so adding spacers means you're running a wider front than rear track width. Not saying it doesnt work but I always thought that was a no no.

I've also found from experience that the middle hole on the rear bulkhead causes the rear to snap oversteer mid corner when running outdoors on concrete
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So the DHI setup is working pretty well for mere mortals? Are you guys changing much when you run it with a one-way, and slower motors?
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So I have finally given up on my TA05MS and decided to buy a 416 for the 13.5 class. Does anyone have any experience with this kit, and a 13.5 on asphalt with a good starting setup? Come on hebiki...I know you got something for me!
Saturday or PM me. i have a pretty good set up for tamiya. and im still refining my BCR set up
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So the DHI setup is working pretty well for mere mortals? Are you guys changing much when you run it with a one-way, and slower motors?
I'd just back the ackerman off to 3mm to run a one way
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Old 07-02-2008, 04:55 AM   #2445
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What turnbuckles are people using for steering? I bent one of the aluminium ones the other night and was thinking of putting some other steer or titanium ones in, preferably blue

edit: think I found the ones I'll use
http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/rc-tam...th=595_744_712
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