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Old 10-18-2003, 07:10 PM   #2401
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Guys, do I need to shim front one way? Mine's can move left and right about 1mm.
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Old 10-18-2003, 07:30 PM   #2402
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the new one ay????

same here same here

im receiving the new bulkheads... maybe they'll fit better ...
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Old 10-18-2003, 08:09 PM   #2403
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Thanks for the reply. Well! When I was running the Tamiya stock motor, I tried the HPI 93/33 combo it didn't work. I guess if I can't find any 48P, I just have to run the 414 on a clean lot and use the Evo III SE for dirty places. However, I do like driving the 414 more than the Evo. It's so easy to drive with the stock setup with minor chances.
I usually order my stuff from Tower because there are no LHS around me. Where do you guys order the front and rear belt from?
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If my LHS don't have it, I go see Steve Wang's site www.speedtechrc.com.

They have one of the best inventories of the 414m2 stuff.
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do yo guyz run with the belt tensioner??? for mod?
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Old 10-19-2003, 12:05 AM   #2406
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Hi Guys,
I just thought I'd let you know that I have a whole heap of 414MII Parts for sale. These are off an as new chassis kit which was for back up spares but now I have changed to Evo III so I don't need them.

I have posted in the FOR SALE thread...

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Old 10-19-2003, 01:14 AM   #2407
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Does anyone have the SSG parts for their 414?? I have recently reaquired my old 04 and returned it to 04R status and I am concidering the towers and upperdeck.....

Is the Tamiya SSG carbon as flexable as I have heard the Yok material is??? how does it compare to the 414 standard carbon parts????
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Impactplayr :

All the SSG carbons are the same, so yes they are more flexible than a normal carbon of the same thickness. Anyway, the SSG carbon for 414 has a more centered pack compared to the normal chassis. I found this to give a faster response through tight corners and chicanes.
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Thanks, I will stick with the black C/F for my 04R....
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anyone know the internal ratio on the M2?

or, recommend a gearing to run a Monster stock on

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Internal ratio on all the 414 series is 2.133
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anyone know the internal ratio on the M2?

or, recommend a gearing to run a Monster stock on

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8.3 is a good start

got it from way
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thanks

I have to go back to running my M2 as my EVO3 is giving me some gear train problems..
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man tamiya should really keep making upgrades for the 414mII

414mIII is not very likley. the mII is so perfected
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8.3 is a good start

got it from way
8.3? I was running 6.9 and everyone was blowing past me so I had to gear it down to 6.2 in order to match the other runners in my track.

By the way tanx for all the tips on the 414M, I ot my car to handle perfectly, I used to drive it very cautiously coz of the oversteer problem, but with all the help and advice you guy gave I was able to drive it the way I've never driven it before, oversteer is gone and no understeer.
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