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Old 10-21-2008, 12:35 AM   #3046
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Are the aluminum rear uprights for the TA05-IFS compatible?

http://www.tamiyausa.com/product/ite...oduct-id=84005
I think that those are for the 950 bearings. The TB03 uses 1050 bearings like the 416 and would use the same rear upright.
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Old 10-21-2008, 01:00 AM   #3047
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416 Jatabe Arena:

That motor looks cool
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Old 10-21-2008, 10:33 AM   #3048
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Hi,

the new Transpeed BL Motors should be the new X12 Generation (on the pic the X11 is showed).

About the Volac Speedo i didn't find any infos (SPX Stock or TC Software).

The WE Changes:
- new Lower Deck
- new Upper Deck
- Black Bumper
- Evo5 Sus Arms
- Spool Inside
- new HL Special Dampers (not sure)
- Sus Blocks fitted (think 1C-1C and 1XA-1F) - because of the blade compatiblity
- new Sawteeth Design Wheel Nuts (Square SGE-14STB)
- new Motor Mount Plate (reinforced)
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Old 10-21-2008, 10:43 AM   #3049
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TRF416WE will include the following changes:
  • New Carbon Lower Deck
  • New Carbon Upper Deck
  • High Liubrication (HL) Dampers
  • New Motor Mount
  • Short Suspension Arms
  • New Front and Rear Belts
  • Front Spool
  • Teflon Sealed Bearings
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Old 10-21-2008, 10:58 AM   #3050
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TRF416WE will include the following changes:
  • New Carbon Lower Deck
  • New Carbon Upper Deck
  • High Liubrication (HL) Dampers
  • New Motor Mount
  • Short Suspension Arms
  • New Front and Rear Belts
  • Front Spool
  • Teflon Sealed Bearings
Will the shocks be the shorter version? Therefore lowering the body mounts so the NSX body will fit properly.
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Old 10-21-2008, 11:20 AM   #3051
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Even if the shocks were shorter, the IFS bodies will never work in the 416. We have the M Chassis TRF dampers (54000), but that is not what prevents the IFS bodies from working. It is the damper mount itself. The HL dampers will be like the regular sedan TRF dampers, but with a new coating.
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Old 10-21-2008, 04:09 PM   #3052
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I tried out the v-dezign 1pc deck last night. I had originally intended to try it back-to-back with the 2pc without making any other set up changes but my car was not great in the first heat so I ended up changing a few things on the front suspension at the same time as putting it on. What I noticed straight away was how responsive the car was at the front while being glued at the rear. I figure the responsiveness was a result of the slightly increased stiffness and the rear grip was from the removal of the crossmember. I only ran it for the one heat and a few laps in the final (DNF ) so will post more once I've tested it further, but I'm pretty happy so far

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I got mine from rcchamp, rc-market.com.hk have them too
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Old 10-21-2008, 04:10 PM   #3053
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one thing, Tamiya might consider in producing is a nice metal Lipo-tray in Tamiya-blue-color
Just to add some weight under the Lipo where it is best.
I'm certain, a lot of people would be interested in Blue metal Lipo-weight-tray.
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Old 10-21-2008, 04:44 PM   #3054
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does anyone know when the 416 we will be on hobby shop shelfs. also where can i find some rubber carpet setups(preferably rheinhards)
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also where can i find some rubber carpet setups(preferably rheinhards)

I am looking for the Same for Setups(13.5/Rubber/Lipo)
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It may be too early to ask, but does anyone know if all the new parts for the TRF416WE will be available as an upgrade package for people who already own the TRF416, or will it just be a whole new kit?
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Old 10-21-2008, 07:41 PM   #3057
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I am looking for the Same for Setups(13.5/Rubber/Lipo)
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well a 13.5 setup probably wont be the same as marcs mod setups, but there are a bunch of good rubber and carpet setups on www.thard.co.uk

Don't think the Euros or Andernach ETS set ups ever saw the light of day but from what I saw they weren't greatly different from the reedy race ones. If you have C/C up front, XA/E on the rear, and 3mm under every camber link then you are pretty close to spot on for rubber
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Old 10-21-2008, 10:00 PM   #3058
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I am looking for the Same for Setups(13.5/Rubber/Lipo)
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i have a set up for asphalt/rubber. not sure if you want to "gamble" trying it out. its pretty aggressive. let me know ill send it to you.

this is on a med. bite outdoor asphalt track using RP36 tires and a mazdaspeed6 body and 13.5BL.
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Does Tamiya (or anybody) make the toe blocks in a harder material? I'm tearing through 1D blocks up front lately, and it's starting to suck. Yeah, I've got longer screws through them.
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p.s. where you been Ed??
I've been off sailing for a few weeks, only got back on Monday, so been keeping it all a bit quite.

Itching to see the new WC car proper... have finally managed to find a proper picture of the revised motor mount as well (have a look at the ETS series round 1 gallery).

Need to break the car out thise weekend, giving 17.5 a go at the local club... should be a
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