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Old 05-24-2010, 11:59 AM   #8941
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he was out speedo'd

every one else was using the stock spec programs in GM speedos

Jilles refused as he is sponsored to use one make!!!
If that's the case, I just wonder whether could I use the LRP Stock Spec on my 4.5t X12 motor (with boost)?!
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Old 05-24-2010, 12:16 PM   #8942
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Where can I go to find team driver set-ups?
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www.thard.co.uk
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http://www.teamtrf.com/index.php/setup-sheets
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Old 05-24-2010, 12:51 PM   #8945
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If that's the case, I just wonder whether could I use the LRP Stock Spec on my 4.5t X12 motor (with boost)?!
i think the speedo would cook with that amount of power through it

Hara could only run for 4 mins before the power dropped off as the GM speedo backed the timing off the save the motor

he was clocked at 115KPH (71mph) on the back straight of the MACH
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If that's the case, I just wonder whether could I use the LRP Stock Spec on my 4.5t X12 motor (with boost)?!
or use Tekin RS Pro ?
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Old 05-24-2010, 03:19 PM   #8947
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http://www.petitrc.com/reglages/tami...miyaTRF416.htm
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Old 05-24-2010, 04:16 PM   #8948
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he was out speedo'd

every one else was using the stock spec programs in GM speedos

Jilles refused as he is sponsored to use one make!!!
My understanding is that Marc and victor were both using their speedpassion esc's with the 422 stock software. Charlie b posted some settings in the SP thread, they were very very mild amounts of boost/turbo
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Old 05-24-2010, 05:39 PM   #8949
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whats is the diff in the 416 and the 416x and where do you guys buy your parts from?
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I have a 416X that I run on carpet with Jaco Blues. Would the Tamiya 49382 spring kit be of any use to me. What springs come in the kit and what are the spring rates compared to the kit springs? Thanks so much.
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I have a 416X that I run on carpet with Jaco Blues. Would the Tamiya 49382 spring kit be of any use to me. What springs come in the kit and what are the spring rates compared to the kit springs? Thanks so much.
Well the 416X comes with blue and yellow springs. The 49382 come with white, blue, yellow and red springs. Most carpet setups use white and blue springs...so basically you'd use the white springs out of the spring kit and gain an extra blue and yellow set.
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Well the 416X comes with blue and yellow springs. The 49382 come with white, blue, yellow and red springs. Most carpet setups use white and blue springs...so basically you'd use the white springs out of the spring kit and gain an extra blue and yellow set.
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Any idea on the spring rates in the spring kit? Also does anyone know the part # for just the white springs then?
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Any idea on the spring rates in the spring kit? Also does anyone know the part # for just the white springs then?
The blue and yellows (all white in color) come with the 416x kit. I could not find them separately. I bought the Tamiya 53440 and used the white ones out of that.
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The blue and yellows (all white in color) come with the 416x kit. I could not find them separately. I bought the Tamiya 53440 and used the white ones out of that.

Are the white/white springs out the 53440 set and the 49382 set the same spring? I just don't want to buy the wrong set. Thanks again.
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Are the white/white springs out the 53440 set and the 49382 set the same spring? I just don't want to buy the wrong set. Thanks again.
Yep

http://www.tamiyausa.com/product/ite...oduct-id=49382
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