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Old 12-20-2010, 08:28 AM   #10141
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Old 12-20-2010, 11:55 AM   #10142
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ave a Tamiya 416X for sale, if interested send a PM

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Old 12-22-2010, 02:24 PM   #10143
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Do the Xray spurgears fit the 416WE?

This has probably been asked a dozen times, but I couldn't find a satisfying answer.
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Old 12-22-2010, 03:40 PM   #10144
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Do the Xray spurgears fit the 416WE?

This has probably been asked a dozen times, but I couldn't find a satisfying answer.
No, only the "industry standard" regular spurs will, such as xenon.
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Old 12-23-2010, 01:59 PM   #10145
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No, only the "industry standard" regular spurs will, such as xenon.
Thanks for the quick reply.
Guess I can sell all my Xray spurs together with the T3.
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Old 12-23-2010, 03:50 PM   #10146
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ok so if I wanted to order the single bridge arm holders front and rear for my we/exotek chassis 416 what part numbers would i order,also what front bridge would i use?
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ok so if I wanted to order the single bridge arm holders front and rear for my we/exotek chassis 416 what part numbers would i order,also what front bridge would i use?
Standard on the WE was 1C/1C, with the rear blocks 1XA/1E, so part numbers are;

1E - TAM54070
1C - TAM54072
1XA - TAM54067

For the front-rear position (the one flipped upside down over the front belt), I deffiently look to using the "split" blocks here, which are TAM54174. Simply put, just the most reliable and you cannot bend them

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Standard on the WE was 1C/1C, with the rear blocks 1XA/1E, so part numbers are;

1E - TAM54070
1C - TAM54072
1XA - TAM54067

For the front-rear position (the one flipped upside down over the front belt), I deffiently look to using the "split" blocks here, which are TAM54174. Simply put, just the most reliable and you cannot bend them

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I'm pretty sure the WE came with 1XA-F in the rear...
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Old 12-24-2010, 02:10 AM   #10149
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TF Racing have launched their fully universal carbon fibre battery tray. Made in 3mm carbon fibre they help hold batteries in place during an impact where tape would sometimes break. Light and universal it fits most touring car chassis’ and has adjustable positioning for fine tuning your chassis balance. Mounted on 2 rubber o-rings to avoid tweak, it can accept LiPo batteries up to 138mm x 47mm. larger sizes to follow.
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Old 12-25-2010, 09:40 AM   #10150
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I'm looking at getting a 416x since the 417 is out!
416x's should drop in price soon. I dont run LIPO so maybe this is the car
for me.
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Old 12-25-2010, 01:55 PM   #10151
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I'm looking at getting a 416x since the 417 is out!
416x's should drop in price soon. I dont run LIPO so maybe this is the car
for me.
your like me,wait till the new version comes out and buy the previous car for a quarter of the price lol
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Old 12-28-2010, 12:16 AM   #10152
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TAMIYA PARTS LOTS FOR SALE JUST LISTED WITH GOOD PRICES CHECK THEM OUT
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Old 12-28-2010, 10:51 AM   #10153
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Standard on the WE was 1C/1C, with the rear blocks 1XA/1E, so part numbers are;

1E - TAM54070
1C - TAM54072
1XA - TAM54067

For the front-rear position (the one flipped upside down over the front belt), I deffiently look to using the "split" blocks here, which are TAM54174. Simply put, just the most reliable and you cannot bend them

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hey Ed can you explain the number and letter references twords the roll blocks,very confused,example whats the difference between 1C and 1E?
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No, only the "industry standard" regular spurs will, such as xenon.
Work fine, just run 2 holes. I ran them on all my Tamiyas.
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hey Ed can you explain the number and letter references twords the roll blocks,very confused,example whats the difference between 1C and 1E?

Hi,
I am not Ed (aka Tryhard), but here is the link to the track width/toe blocks.

All these suspension blocks allow for track width and toe (in/out/none) adjustment. Example:

1C/1C front is narrower track width than 1D/1D

1XA/1E rear = 3.0 degree toe in
1X/1F rear = 3.0 degree toe in but is wider in track width than 1XA/1E

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