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Old 01-02-2008, 01:13 PM   #886
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I have a setup written down... I am waiting for Ed to make an editable setup sheet, LOL!

I will send you an e-mail from work tomorrow, I am 100% sure you will like the setup
haha... theres a few around already, was wondering whether I should or not

Actually just had my first run with the car... round my lounge not exactly able to tell much, but all good for running the drivetrain in
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Old 01-02-2008, 02:15 PM   #887
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love the design of the 416. Not only are the screws placed symmetrical, the motor mount is "suspended" betweem the lower and top deck to balance flex. Kinda noticed that now when I found that the front area of the motor mount is actually 0.5mm lower so it will not touch the top deck. Seems Tamiya is dead serious with this design.
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Terrell, I didn't wait for you. Because you couldn't catch me! Haha Atlanta is a long drive! Do they race indoors with rubber tire? If you go to the "C" in MD, then I may go with ya. VA is not racing TC this weekend. Let me know what you are gonna do. I may throw a few packs on my mastercard. And my spare parts came in today.

Nice setup Ed. Good to see you back Rick.
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Old 01-02-2008, 10:57 PM   #889
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@Ed!

Is this a normal 10,5 Eraser Motor?

How does it work, and how do you gear it?

Is it more powerfull than good 19T brushed Motor?

Here in Austria in The LRP Challenge Race Series this season they will bring a new "challenge spec" brushless motor, with 9,5 Turns and X11 Technology.
This Motor will replace the LRP 17X2 Brushed Challenge Motor. The brushed machine had a ratio limit of 6,6 and with 6 cells.
The new brushless you have to ride with 5 cells. the max. allowed ratio will be anaunced later.
This season both motors will be allowed. I am very nosy how the motor will perform with against each other.

But i think they will make the ratio so that the BL Motor will be a liitle faster, that the drivers swap over very soon.

In the second class, the 23X2 Brushed Motor, will be replaced with a 13,5 BL Motor on Eraser Technology, but with a sinterd Rotor. This one will stay with 6 cells.

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Old 01-03-2008, 01:06 AM   #890
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@Ed!

Is this a normal 10,5 Eraser Motor?

How does it work, and how do you gear it?

Is it more powerfull than good 19T brushed Motor?

Here in Austria in The LRP Challenge Race Series this season they will bring a new "challenge spec" brushless motor, with 9,5 Turns and X11 Technology.
This Motor will replace the LRP 17X2 Brushed Challenge Motor. The brushed machine had a ratio limit of 6,6 and with 6 cells.
The new brushless you have to ride with 5 cells. the max. allowed ratio will be anaunced later.
This season both motors will be allowed. I am very nosy how the motor will perform with against each other.

But i think they will make the ratio so that the BL Motor will be a liitle faster, that the drivers swap over very soon.

In the second class, the 23X2 Brushed Motor, will be replaced with a 13,5 BL Motor on Eraser Technology, but with a sinterd Rotor. This one will stay with 6 cells.

Greetings from Austia
Hey Blueman,

Yes it's an Eraser 10.5... and in all honesty, I don't feel it's anywhere close to a good 19t. It is quicker than a 27t, but not by a huge amount. Now, admitidly I've only had a limitied run with it so far, but I also have an Orion 10.5 on the way that I'll be trying this weekend (has a sintered rotor in it), and will be getting an X11 version when they are released too. A friend of mine also has a Novak 10.5SS and a Speedpassion 9.5, so I'll borrow both at some point as well and try to have a run with all of them.

I had a look at my Eraser, as I was also looking to change the rotor to sintered, and I'm pretty sure you can't simply swap it out, like you can on the X11.... so not sure how that affects your 13.5 class ??

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can anybody explain to the setting on the setting sheet. there are some that i dont understand but please explain all.
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Ed are you racing at Rug Racers this weekend? As I might need some advice with setting up the 416.
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Old 01-03-2008, 04:45 AM   #893
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Ed are you racing at Rug Racers this weekend? As I might need some advice with setting up the 416.
Not this weekend no. I'll be at Carpet Wars the following weekend though. In all hoensty, I would look at Coreys setup for indoors, looks similar to the adjustments I would make anyway

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hi, are there option parts available now for the 416thanks
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Old 01-04-2008, 06:29 AM   #896
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how tight should the rear diff ball? when i follow manual for front tyre, they do not center. any help? i use sanwa erg vb servo.
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Old 01-04-2008, 07:41 AM   #898
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from all of the pics i have seen, i see that you guys are all using low profile servos(futaba 9550's),has anyone tried fitting a standard size servo with a brushless speedo(lrp sphere TC spec)and a smallish size receiver like a futaba 40Mhz one in their car,will it all fit or does the receiver have to be mounted on its side or on the sevo etc.Will i have to take the air duct off to get it all to fit in????
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Click on the picture here above for a detailed building process of the TRF416.


And here's the link of Jilles' interview on RedRC: http://www.redrc.net/2008/01/jilles-...iew/#more-7182

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Great news. The Tamiya team is set for an awesome year!
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