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Old 07-22-2003, 12:24 AM   #2281
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a.k.a. universals... the titanium axles are lighter than the stock axles, but have the same strength as steel... this should increase accelleration by a small percent
huh? how could that be? isn't titanium much much stronger than steel? how have you come to this conculsion?
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Old 07-22-2003, 12:32 AM   #2282
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huh? how could that be? isn't titanium much much stronger than steel? how have you come to this conculsion?
Because titanium is 4 times lighter than stock steel yet retains the strength of steel...
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Old 07-22-2003, 01:27 AM   #2283
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Because titanium is 4 times lighter than stock steel yet retains the strength of steel...
i'll eat my hat if i'm wrong but I think you'll find titanuim is stronger than steel. i am pretty sure its even stronger than stainless steel(but not %100 on that).
take mountain bikes for instance, the frames they make out of Titanuim use tubes about half the diameter of the tubes on steel frames, why? because titanuim is about twice as strong(if not stronger).
my friend is a machinist and they won't do Titanaim at his shop because its to hard for the cutting bits, yet they will do steel.
this is all just based on what i've been told and not hard facts, maybe someone who knows for a fact could jump in here and clear it up for me?
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Old 07-22-2003, 02:32 AM   #2284
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TA03 Drive Hard - those cvds are better than you thought man!
i've done a seach and heres some facts i've found

"Titanium is three times stronger than steel, while weighing only 42% as much, making it an ideal strong, lightweight metal for structures such as airplanes and rockets. It is also chemically inert under normal conditions, enabling its use in medical implants such as pacemakers."
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anyone know where to get the 2-speed mod for the trf

can i just put a gas 2-sped onto it??
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Old 07-22-2003, 08:05 AM   #2286
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The square CVD's so called titanium is not as strong as you would tought. The joint end will still be runs out first and it will bent with normal crash. I do not recal they call it titanium, it is 64max which I think a base material for titanium. I might be wrong

I would prefer to stick with aluminum and throw away after the race since the squeare one is 3 times more expensive and it definately wont last for three races. Or just stick with the steel for front for much cheaper price
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anyone know where to get the 2-speed mod for the trf

can i just put a gas 2-sped onto it??
I think either Racy or Mirage made a 2-speed for 04/414 series cars, you can order them from Japan. I'm not 100% sure though
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i found out where to get it

if you want info just give me a yell
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Old 07-23-2003, 11:52 PM   #2289
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Well i got those titanium cvds for show... im not crazy enough to actually use em... and since they dont have 39mm ti shafts, i got another set of ti axles for the 04-trf this car is more trick than my 03f
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BTW, id like to know where i can get a 2speed for the 414... and/or ta04?
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lol you mean me

http://www.actv.ne.jp/~sakamoto/414m2speed.htm
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someone told me to get TA-04 kingpins

i got them and found they fit but there is no ball ontop of it so i cant make the attachment thing

can i use the other hole. it was orignally for the sway bar i think
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its for the front by the way
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The 04 king pins you refer to will work on the bottom of the steering knuckle. They easily replace the 3mm screw,bushing combo. On the top side of the knuckle you still have to use the silver threaded ball to connect the ball cup to it. The 04 is exactly the same way so there is nothing else you could use on the top as far as I know.
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there is another hole right beside it

i think it was for the sway bar before. but now i use the world champ one

can i use that
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