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Old 12-07-2007, 05:04 AM   #451
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No it doesn`t come with the aluminium uprights.
hard plastic ones are provided with 10x5 bearings

also the new wheelaxles are a bit longer.....
and we can`t use the front bridge suspension. for now

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Old 12-07-2007, 05:31 AM   #452
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I'm thinking more about using one or two to secure the pack, not put a bunch of weight down low. :-)
If your weights won't work you could use model airplane plywood and cut and shape the pieces to your liking. The 416 sure looks nice.
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Old 12-07-2007, 05:33 AM   #453
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yeaaa....santa came early this year ima leave all the measurements to gizmo...ima have fun with the blue bits for a while before assembly. Tamiya Malaysia rocks :-)
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Old 12-07-2007, 06:45 AM   #454
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The layout of the center shaft is like the new Xray T2008. I have heard that there is an issue with the T2008 where the battery touches the pinion and spur gears.

Gizmo, can you perhaps show a picture of the 64P and 48P gears setups with a battery installed?

Also, is that 48P spur gear you have installed a special one, or is it just a regular one? Did it fit without issues?
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Old 12-07-2007, 07:09 AM   #455
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That a normal xenon spurgear on the blue screw car other car
RW spurgear on the titanium screw car
It fits without issues.

but will do a test tonight,or ask mr Vd Hagen his car is already in race mod!!

koE. don`t have a car here..(ya I know 5 cars and not 1 when you need one) (-:
So Ill will measure it tonnight.

@Cato54 yes they come with alu cvd all around,42 steel will fitt with the first type one way axles(53590)


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Old 12-07-2007, 08:03 AM   #456
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Hey guys, why haven't got anybody to asking for spool?
The idea i had made before didn't work?
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That a normal xenon spurgear on the blue screw car other car
RW spurgear on the titanium screw car
It fits without issues.

but will do a test tonight,or ask mr Vd Hagen his car is already in race mod!!

koE. don`t have a car here..(ya I know 5 cars and not 1 when you need one) (-:
So Ill will measure it tonnight.

@Cato54 yes they come with alu cvd all around,42 steel will fitt with the first type one way axles(53590)


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415 spool fit to use in 416 ?
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Old 12-07-2007, 09:48 AM   #458
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415 spool fit to use in 416 ?
If the inner diameter is 24mm then it is the same as 415. I test mounted the pulley the other way around on the spool and fits within the bulkheads of a 415. Maybe this will work as a temporary fix on 416 as the pulley is only supported by the screws.
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I think there is a pallete missing from Tamiya's warehouse
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credit to mr orange..



sorry guy`s for the dirty spool, it was the only one i could find in a short notice
sleeves need remodeling.


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Gizmo- What the heck? What spool is that?
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I think there is a pallete missing from Tamiya's warehouse
And that one has already gone. The seller has listed another.
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gizmo, any chance you can post a scan of the back page from the manual so we can see a list of spares/option parts? Thanks mate.
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Hello Gizmo i was wondering what size spur are you using for the car with the Xenon spur?

And what are the suspension block order, so far from what i've seen, starting from the front of the car is 1B then 1XB . What are the rear block? I am assuming they are 1A and 1D. If so, do the standard (plastic) rear uprights have any natural toe angle?

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Hello Gizmo i was wondering what size spur are you using for the car with the Xenon spur?

And what are the suspension block order, so far from what i've seen, starting from the front of the car is 1B then 1XB . What are the rear block? I am assuming they are 1A and 1D. If so, do the standard (plastic) rear uprights have any natural toe angle?

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I assume it is 1B/1A front, 1XB/1D rear.
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