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Old 07-20-2009, 10:42 AM   #5941
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front roll centre: 6mm on bulkhead
rear roll centre: 3mm on bulkhead, 2 or 3mm on knuckle.
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thats what i thought
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Old 07-20-2009, 11:19 AM   #5944
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Separated mounts? So the blocks (like 1D) are actually two pieces? How do they stay secure with only one hole in the chassis? It seems like other designs like this will use two screws to secure each side, and maybe even a locating pin.
The separated mounts are for rear-front front-rear blocks. The extra holes for them have drilled on the chassis since 415 MRE. All 416 have the extra holes in the chassis.

The holes in the middle shock tower is positioned a half hole inwards compared to stock towers. So they are inbetween the stock holes and that is what the name refers to.
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Bottom right hand corner, you can just see them on the chassis plate
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Bottom right hand corner, you can just see them on the chassis plate
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Old 07-20-2009, 03:51 PM   #5947
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Do you guys still manufacture and use the snap-on diff covers for the 416? Are they available for purchase anywhere that ships to the US?[/QUOTE]

Snap on covers ? I've seen some stickers made to do that sort of thing buy nothing that snaps on. I'd love to see them.
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gosh! u guys have good eyes. i guess 416 Ver2 is coming soon?
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gosh! u guys have good eyes. i guess 416 Ver2 is coming soon?
I suppose anything is possible... isn't it?
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Don;t hold your breath... the mounting holes were on the 415MSXX...
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Don;t hold your breath... the mounting holes were on the 415MSXX...
I've got them on my car ... wondered what they might have been for.
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I used them to screw XRay weights to the chassis.

Oh, you mean the extra holes by the suspension blocks... ala Hb Cyclone and Yokomo BD.
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Do you have pic of this? Is it something like the new TA05 ver2 separated blocks? Do we need a new chassis for that ?

Thanks.
I imagine they'd have to be the same mounts as the TA05 ver.2 was designed for, which means 2 holes per side. And I'd also imagine that we'd either have to drill the extra holes in the 416's chassis plate ourselves, or Tamiya may offer to sell a new chassis with them incorporated.....
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The holes in the middle shock tower is positioned a half hole inwards compared to stock towers. So they are inbetween the stock holes and that is what the name refers to.
Thanks for that. I wonder why they don't have all the holes on the one tower. Guess they sell more towers that way...
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Snap on covers ? I've seen some stickers made to do that sort of thing buy nothing that snaps on. I'd love to see them.


Here you go
http://www.sakaguchinetshop.com/prod...----White.html


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