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Old 01-30-2008, 05:00 PM   #1201
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Old 02-01-2008, 12:36 AM   #1202
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Hi,

Just a little question.

The stock spur is 64dp?

What end gear ratio should I have with a 19t (orion element V2) on a rather small technical track?


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Old 02-01-2008, 02:13 AM   #1203
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I saw that Jilles, Viktor and Marc used D/D and XA/E blocs. Is it blocs from the 415, 416 or EVO5???

Also do you have the part number for the servo saver they used??? It's a black and alu blue one...

Where can I find these parts.

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All the blocks that are not included in the kit are 415 ones. The servosaver is from square, http://www.racingfactory.fi/shop2/ca...ils.php?p=1759
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Hey guys
I just need a little help with my TRF tamiya shocks.
I just need to know how to set the rebound ?
I did have an xray and they have a hole in the top of the shock to bleed some oil out.
The tamiya has nothing, any help would be appreciated.
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Shock rebound is the amount that the shock shaft rebounds back when fully pushed in. The percent is of the full travel of the shock. An example of how it is set: lets say you want 25% rebound, push the shaft in 75% without the bladder attached and then put on the bladder and screw on the cap. Now you should have 25% of rebound.
Hope this explains it.
This is the way i´ve been tought by the pros.
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Old 02-01-2008, 03:15 PM   #1207
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Hi,

Just a little question.

The stock spur is 64dp?

What end gear ratio should I have with a 19t (orion element V2) on a rather small technical track?


Thanks!!
According to my knowledge, not 64dp, but called "modul 0.4" which is very close to dp64, but not 100% the same.
See http://www.rc-blitz.ch/advanced_sear...ords=modul+0.4
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According to my knowledge, not 64dp, but called "modul 0.4" which is very close to dp64, but not 100% the same.
See http://www.rc-blitz.ch/advanced_sear...ords=modul+0.4
Just to be clear. Although it is technically .04, you can use 64p pinion gears with no issues.
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I have my 416 coming in next week. What are some spares that I want to stock up on? And do I need to add anything to the car out of the box? Suggestions are very welcome...
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Just to be clear. Although it is technically .04, you can use 64p pinion gears with no issues.
Correct, 04 module translates to 63.5 pitch which meshes ok with 64 pitch.
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Correct, 04 module translates to 63.5 pitch which meshes ok with 64 pitch.
Right, I have also used that combination without problems, but it is also easy to put on a 64dp spur


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I have raced at 3 different carpet track with rubber tire. I don't find everything getting gummy. But I do find a chunk of black fuzz or gum stuck in one of the pulley teeth from time to time. Is your car riding too low? What traction compound are you using?
I used Paragon and the car was never lower than 5mm at anytime during the weekend.
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Old 02-02-2008, 09:03 AM   #1213
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Questions??

I copied the set up from Jilles and the car doesn't feel as good as it should. SO now here is the question regarding the hop up arms (short reversible arms 53928).

If I understand correctly D1 is for the front and D2 for the rear?
On the arms you can see a little stamp(inscription) D1 + D2.
Should this stamp be on the bottom or top? Maybe this is why the car doesn't feel wright?

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Listen up 416 owners - or posibly buyer's

You have 2 choises when you get a 416 kit.. you make af BIG stock of 44mm driveshafts, and c-hubs, OR - you do as i've done. Replacing the front suspensions with 415 msx suspensions (46 mm etc.)

Belive me.. the 44mm alu driveshaft's just broke if you have a little crash with another car (or curb : )

It might understeer a little, than if you had 44 mm driveshafts, but if you set 0.5 higher camper at the rear, than the front it isn't any problem. Since i changed to 46mm in front, i haven't brok ANY driveshaft at all..

But in my opinion it's the most high tech car i ever owned and drowen.. it realy can't be compared with the 415, and msx's..

As we say in denmark.. "Tamiya - keend den på knækket "
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