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Old 11-24-2008, 02:16 PM   #3406
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Would it be possible for you to scan the last few pages of the manual with all the part numbers?

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Roll bars are medium front and soft rear (black coloured) just like on the original 416
Wheel hubs are the same (4mm), 0.5 and 1mm spacers included, manual shows 0.5mm used at the front
Rear swing shafts are 42mm
TRF teflon sealed bearings included
Oil is normal yellow #400

Some new part numbers:

54143 new front belt
54144 new rear belt
54145 new larger urethane black bumper
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Old 11-24-2008, 02:32 PM   #3407
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Wow awesome people already getting the WC!

Well I've been offline for the last 4 days in sunny Canberra (actually it rained a lot of the time) for the Australian National Titles & managed to bring home 3rd in superstock (10.5). A few people were asking for my set up so I've posted it up on Ed's site - sorry about the small size but the acrobat file was too big to attach. The track was a real challenge with a huge bump at the end of the straight leading into the sweeper that upset the cars

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Old 11-24-2008, 02:50 PM   #3408
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Suspension blocks are C-C and XA-F (for 3.5 deg toe)
Springs are blue-yellow
Pistons are 3 hole
Roll centre spacers (53932) included
Serrated (Square) wheel nuts
Extra outdrives included with spool
New motor mount and centre post looks great

That's just a few first impression comments...look for a build "review" on http://kentech.blogs.se in the next week or so...
What a great idea...

If anyone wants an in depth build review done, I'll happily take on the job, and would advertise for free on my site...

(a desperate plea? maybe )

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Old 11-24-2008, 05:36 PM   #3409
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Hi,

Center OW brings more aggressive steering.

The reason: Due to the disconnect between center shaft and the front axle the front axle won't rotate when rolling (off power!). So there will be no stabilizing effect because of turning mass. Better to use Center OW in combination with Front OW to have the maximum steering effect.
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Well put my good man! I love a one way diff as it does not spool up if you bicycle and can always put the power down. The center one way increases the efficiency of the drive system and coasts a lot better ! I use both one ways in my 416 . They allow all 4 wheels to spin at different speeds. W/O the center one way , only 3 tires will rotate differently.
Thanks for the advise guys.

For the Front One-Way, I will need:
-One-way joint (9444623)
-Front one-way pulley 37T black (84050)
-One-way housing (3454520)
Are these the correct parts?

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Suspension blocks are C-C and XA-F (for 3.5 deg toe)
Springs are blue-yellow
Pistons are 3 hole
Roll centre spacers (53932) included
Serrated (Square) wheel nuts
Extra outdrives included with spool
New motor mount and centre post looks great

That's just a few first impression comments...look for a build "review" on http://kentech.blogs.se in the next week or so...
you guys are quick on getting the WE.

Look forward to your build review!
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Old 11-24-2008, 05:47 PM   #3410
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where are you guys getting these 416 worlds editions from. i thought they werent released yet?
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Old 11-24-2008, 09:18 PM   #3411
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When did the pulley come out in black? Ive only seen white teflon ones . the self cleaning black delrin one looks pretty sweet! Hey umm.. make sure to put one drop od dextron 2 (automatic transmision fluid) on the rollers of each one way bearing b4 assembly. This will insure long life and better operation. there are dome light weight one way out drives that are hollow instead of the solid ones too.. Im not sure thats the right part # but it should say "light weight' in the description.
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Old 11-24-2008, 09:19 PM   #3412
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Suspension blocks are C-C and XA-F (for 3.5 deg toe)
Springs are blue-yellow
Pistons are 3 hole
Roll centre spacers (53932) included
Serrated (Square) wheel nuts
Extra outdrives included with spool
New motor mount and centre post looks great

That's just a few first impression comments...look for a build "review" on http://kentech.blogs.se in the next week or so...
C? or 1C ? just double checking...
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Old 11-24-2008, 09:30 PM   #3413
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When did the pulley come out in black? Ive only seen white teflon ones . the self cleaning black delrin one looks pretty sweet! Hey umm.. make sure to put one drop od dextron 2 (automatic transmision fluid) on the rollers of each one way bearing b4 assembly. This will insure long life and better operation. there are dome light weight one way out drives that are hollow instead of the solid ones too.. Im not sure thats the right part # but it should say "light weight' in the description.
black pulley (and they look cooler)
http://rcmarket.com.hk/index.php?cPa...r_id=16&page=7
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Old 11-24-2008, 09:32 PM   #3414
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is there a black 37 toother for the rear dif as well.. gotta b
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Old 11-24-2008, 09:38 PM   #3415
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yes, there is black 37t for rear diff. I think its on the same link
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Old 11-24-2008, 09:42 PM   #3416
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Thats a great site man! i wish that suspension set had the larger bearings for the 416 instead of for the 05...
thx 4 the link!
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Old 11-25-2008, 11:57 AM   #3417
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Thats a great site man! i wish that suspension set had the larger bearings for the 416 instead of for the 05...
thx 4 the link!
If you are talking about the TA05/TA05IFS reversible kit it is for 10x5 bearings. Comes with bearings and new axles outer hingepins shims etc it is a good buy.
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If you are talking about the TA05/TA05IFS reversible kit it is for 10x5 bearings. Comes with bearings and new axles outer hingepins shims etc it is a good buy.
The thing I don't get is why it doesn't come with new rear uprights!!! The 1050 bearings won't work without new rear uprights. Or maybe they forgot to put them in the picture...
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Strange indeed.
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Old 11-25-2008, 12:07 PM   #3420
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I have a TRF416 4sale if someone are interested.
Spool, three bodies, foamtires, ti screws, narrow arms and more, really fresh car, send me a PM, spares is also included such as uprights, arms and more.
Price 300USD Excluding shipping
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