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Old 12-05-2007, 08:11 PM   #421
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Old 12-05-2007, 08:11 PM   #422
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Wow, I thought when I bought 7 iPhones was expensive...
Going to have to get a 416 soon!


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I got a few kits here(5)

post some pics tonight

let the good times begin..

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Old 12-06-2007, 03:36 AM   #423
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so if the netherlands gots it aready dose that mean
they are also out in Japan? and how dose netherlands get it
before asia?
Tamiya highend gets shipped to europe first so the stores have them for the releaseday which often means the kits show up a week earlier in europe. This is also inorder for the eu stores to compete with the asian internetshops.
Trf kits often gets released in the following order: eu, japan, asia ,us.
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Old 12-06-2007, 04:05 AM   #424
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Tamiya highend gets shipped to europe first so the stores have them for the releaseday which often means the kits show up a week earlier in europe. This is also inorder for the eu stores to compete with the asian internetshops.
Trf kits often gets released in the following order: eu, japan, asia ,us.
Actually the first and only time Tamiya did this before was with the MRE release as a try-out, for the reasons stated by you.
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any Q..just ask

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- Which pistons and springs are included?
- Is the diff externally adjustable? New diff screw?
- What is the width between bulkheads? I-I
- Can you scan or take pictures of the last pages of the manual so we can see part numbers?

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Old 12-06-2007, 05:03 AM   #426
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-Pistons...53573 3-hole
-springs blue and yellow (white type,49382serie)
-Diff...all new and yes externally adjustable.
-Diff plates the same as the 501, new diff srew and nut spring the same (silver type)

-And no ...old diff doesn`t fit anymore, mabye whit modifications, but haven`t tried it yet..

-bulkheadsI-I 24mm front and rear ..as the bulkheads are the same size.

-pictures no prob. but will be later tonight.
-what partnumbers are you looking for?

-koE
As for ca the chassis..We first buildt them, then we are taking them apart again.and sand en ca the carbon.
The battery slots have to wait till january, for the new battery rules (size)

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Old 12-06-2007, 05:13 AM   #427
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Gizmo, are the stabilizers the same as the ones for the TRF415?

Did the kit come with standard reversible LWT arms or short reversible LWT arms?

Are the C-hubs the same as for the TRF415, and what degrees come in the kit?

What is the hole near the inner servo mount hole for? Does the inner servo mount need two screws?

Will a front bridge suspension mount (1A or 1D) clear the offset front belt?
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Old 12-06-2007, 05:16 AM   #428
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Does anyone know if the US 416 Kits will come with titanium screws like the rest of the world?
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Old 12-06-2007, 06:12 AM   #429
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-The stabilizers are the same in the rear (51070)
As for the front...I think the are the ones from the EVO5. (49395) but not for sure.
_St reversible. but we all drive the short type. kit comes with new c-hub(54031)4 degrees. same as the `05 IFS (51293) only the hard type, and steering blocks(51332) for 10x5 bearings.

-one hole for your servo mounth and 1 for antenne mouth.

-As for the brigde suspension havent done it yet, but I have seen it on a 416!!!
But that wasn`t a kit version. will try that tonight. let you know.

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-I hope for you that a shop makes a good deal with srews for you

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The stabilizers are the same in the rear (51070)
As for the front...I think the are the ones from the EVO5. (49395) but not for sure.
So these will fit:

http://www.tamiyausa.com/product/ite...oduct-id=53842
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Old 12-06-2007, 06:49 AM   #431
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Default TRF416

upright front 51332
upright rear 51333
c-hub 54031

no optional parts listed in the manual

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Old 12-06-2007, 12:26 PM   #432
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-pictures no prob. but will be later tonight.
-what partnumbers are you looking for?

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Part numbers for the new suspension and drivetrain parts (uprights, c-blocks, driveshafts, diff parts) and new optional parts as well if listed (susp. mounts etc.).

BTW, does the car come with the fluorine balls pictured?
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Old 12-06-2007, 02:37 PM   #433
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hey all.

No the flourine ballconnectors don`t come standard.
But we all know about the blue ones.....

I modified the steeringrack and shall modified alot more when Iam building
it for the second time.







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gizmo why do you have so many kits?

also, does it come with the aluminum rear uprights?
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upright front 51332
upright rear 51333
c-hub 54031

no optional parts listed in the manual
where have 416 manual download ?
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