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Old 10-25-2003, 03:43 AM   #2476
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Calvin,

I've been using the same outdrives for 6 months... Indeed under full throttle they tend to twist a little, but this gives the car some smoothness.

Try using the anti wear grease...
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Old 10-25-2003, 12:10 PM   #2477
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on the end of the dog bone?

whats this anti-wear grease
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Old 10-25-2003, 12:28 PM   #2478
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I'll say on the endS of the dog bone. The anti wear grease is supposedly given with the TA04 / TRF 414M series. It's a light grey and sticky grease. Put it on each surface subject to wear in your dogbones. Of course, you'll need to clean them sometimes (mainly to add some new grease).

I know some people say never put grease in your dogbones, but this one just works (and ROCKS).
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Old 10-25-2003, 01:02 PM   #2479
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the thing i dont like about the derlin ones is there white. they look very dirty after a couple of races
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Indeed, but this is the color of the material, any black one is not delrin...
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ok i'll give it a shot.....

but i dont have any spare derlin's one of them is ripped but not so bad...

my original spare one is also ripped up.....
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Just curious to know if anyone out there is running a Novak Brushless Powered 414MII. I am curious to hear how it goes with the brushless and how tight is the fit. Any pics would be much appreciated...

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How does the 414MII compare to the shaft drive cars ?
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kicks all of there butts

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Just curious to know if anyone out there is running a Novak Brushless Powered 414MII. I am curious to hear how it goes with the brushless and how tight is the fit. Any pics would be much appreciated...

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Hello Steve,

Nice to see your enjoying the 414. Paul Smith in Aust runs brushless on a 414 i think.
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Old 10-25-2003, 11:12 PM   #2486
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How does the 414MII compare to the shaft drive cars ?
Its better than most cars out there i can guarantee........ comparable to the Xray.
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Old 10-25-2003, 11:15 PM   #2487
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Old 10-26-2003, 12:25 AM   #2488
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In the area that I race no one races a Tamiya,Not any evo's,414's,so I traded a shaft drive car for a very trick 414MII,I have a evoII xray so if the 414 is at that level(if I did not think this I would have never traded) I will be very happy.
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was it the ssg/light weight bulkheads etc etc square upgrades on the buy/sell forum?
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Yes it was,I traded a R2 cuda for it.(the cuda was a very nice car)But I allways wanted a 414.
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