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Old 11-02-2010, 02:02 PM   #9991
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Thatīs why I bough a 3racing 416 axle and build it to suit original 416X bulkheads as it is made for 3racing 416 bulkheads that have screwholes for mounting it. I think I have like sixth axle in my WE at the moment, maybe the biggest problem with the car... With 3racing axle you can also get the spurgear really tight without getting it warped.
Could you tell me how you made the 3racing spurgearholder fit in the 416WE?
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Old 11-02-2010, 03:39 PM   #9992
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Old 11-02-2010, 05:37 PM   #9993
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Can someone please tell me the part number for the white springs with the color dots on them.
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Old 11-03-2010, 12:20 AM   #9994
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Haha but what car will you be driving Craigy.

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Old 11-03-2010, 03:40 AM   #9995
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I am considering switching to a Tamiya TRF416X with the lipo-kit from Tamiya. I have some questions though:

How much weight do you (roughly estimated) have to put on the car, to get it balanced left to right? Everytime I see someone with a Tamiya, they have a ton of weight added to the side of their lipo. Is all that just to get it balanced, or for bringing the car up to the weight-limit? With my Xray I almost don't need any weight to get it balanced.
The weight-limit where I race is 1350g. Is it possible to get it close to that?

With the lipo-kit from Tamiya (with the Lipo chassis), can I flip the belts, in order to push the electronics more towards the center?

In my Xray I've got ECS drive shafts. Is something similar required getting for the Tamiya, or are the stock drive shafts good enough?
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Old 11-03-2010, 05:07 AM   #9996
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Does anyone have the part no. for both the front and center one-way units for the new lipo chassis? In desperate search for it, TIA!
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Old 11-03-2010, 05:19 AM   #9997
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Can someone please tell me the part number for the white springs with the color dots on them.

Tamiya (#49382) On-Road Hard Spring Set (White)

or the same set, just the entire spring is in the tension colour:
Tamiya (#53440) On-Road Turned Hard Spring Set

or milky blue with the dots instead of white:
Tamiya (#49389) On-Road Hard Spring Milky Blue

Take your pick they are the same thing.
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Old 11-03-2010, 06:46 AM   #9998
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Hi,

I would like to try Tamiya springs on my car as a number of good drivers have said they work well. Been using TRF shocks 84008 for a few months and I really like them. Got a good understanding of Xray/TOP/hpi springs but no Tamiya experience at all. I've been told to get Blue and White springs.

However there seem to be coloured springs, all white and all black springs in different grades available. I'm a bit confused but I think I need the white and blue springs which are actually all white.

Can anyone explain the different types and applications, and perhaps give part numbers?
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Tamiya (#49382) On-Road Hard Spring Set (White)

or the same set, just the entire spring is in the tension colour:
Tamiya (#53440) On-Road Turned Hard Spring Set

or milky blue with the dots instead of white:
Tamiya (#49389) On-Road Hard Spring Milky Blue

Take your pick they are the same thing.
Thank you very much for this reply.

Should I also consider #42168 touring car spring short black ?
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What is a good shell to use? Xceed Audi A5? LTC-R? Mazda Speed 6?
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Thank you Hana 166
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What is a good shell to use? Xceed Audi A5? LTC-R? Mazda Speed 6?
LTC-R... Hands down.
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LTC-R & Speed 6
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Old 11-03-2010, 05:43 PM   #10003
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Hi Guys,

Wanted to let you know that I just ordered the Tamiya gear diff for my 416WE!! I cant wait to pick it up and start testing. I'll report back the results.


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I am considering switching to a Tamiya TRF416X with the lipo-kit from Tamiya. I have some questions though:

How much weight do you (roughly estimated) have to put on the car, to get it balanced left to right? Everytime I see someone with a Tamiya, they have a ton of weight added to the side of their lipo. Is all that just to get it balanced, or for bringing the car up to the weight-limit? With my Xray I almost don't need any weight to get it balanced.
The weight-limit where I race is 1350g. Is it possible to get it close to that?

With the lipo-kit from Tamiya (with the Lipo chassis), can I flip the belts, in order to push the electronics more towards the center?

In my Xray I've got ECS drive shafts. Is something similar required getting for the Tamiya, or are the stock drive shafts good enough?
You won't need to add too much weight to get to 1350. With the lipo chassis I run most of my weight down the centre, I have about 80g on the car but our weight is 1425. The tamiya uni's are also very good, even better with the TOP axle pin retainers which really free them up.

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What is a good shell to use? Xceed Audi A5? LTC-R? Mazda Speed 6?
Both LTC R and Speed 6 are good. LTC is better for tight tracks with slow corners, the speed 6 has less initial steering than the LTC but better mid corner and high speed steering. I haven't tried the audi.

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Hi Guys,

Wanted to let you know that I just ordered the Tamiya gear diff for my 416WE!! I cant wait to pick it up and start testing. I'll report back the results.


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I think you'll find it very similar to the Spec R
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I'm looking for some gearing suggestions. The track I run on is 80'x36', carpet, medium traction, and slightly bumpy.

I have good in fied speed, but lack straightaway speed. Spur gear 104, pinion 44. Class I run is touring stock, unboosted. Motor: LRP X-11, Esc: Tekin RS. Running a TRF416WE. Jaco Blues are the spec tire.

I'm looking for Spur pinin combinations, not FDR.

Thanks in advance.
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