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Old 10-27-2003, 10:00 PM   #2506
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do you have to use the upper belt tensioner

do you use the lower chassis belt tensioner???

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Old 10-28-2003, 02:38 AM   #2507
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Yup, use the lower one, at least it prevents the belt from touching the battery.

For the upper one, I don't use it (as I don't have the brearings for it) and I don't have any problems.
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Old 10-28-2003, 03:41 AM   #2508
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Hey guys my friend and i are planning to manufacture some products for the 414M series, were trying to keep this superb baby alive. The only question is what requirements do we need to do this ?? Like license etc.. We got the connections and the tools

Hope can get all your support. The 414 is already a TB EVO killer i know we can stretch its potential even more.
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Old 10-28-2003, 08:14 AM   #2509
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414 guys, i apologize in advance for this offtopic reply

hi there FUK_WRX got your message in the other thread. our moderator was kind enough to text me about your post. thanks for sending the receiver

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Old 10-28-2003, 09:18 AM   #2510
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Where can you buy a chassis like the one above for 6x1 packs? I hate using saddle packs.
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Old 10-28-2003, 04:11 PM   #2511
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Yup, use the lower one, at least it prevents the belt from touching the battery.

For the upper one, I don't use it (as I don't have the brearings for it) and I don't have any problems.
When you are running mod, putting the tensioner on the bottom does not work that well. When you rev up the motor the belt running on the lower side gets tight and lifts up a bit. Causing the belt to run mostly above the bearing. By putting the tensioner on the top, you can push the belt down and keeps it tighter.
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Old 10-28-2003, 04:35 PM   #2512
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This is my 414M. I put a fan on the rear bulk head. Who knows if it helps any. I am going to put a motor heat sink on the motor and let the fan blow onto that.
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Old 10-28-2003, 04:36 PM   #2513
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Here is the pic of the fan. It a 5V fan so it pushes a lot of air.
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This is my 414M. I put a fan on the rear bulk head. Who knows if it helps any. I am going to put a motor heat sink on the motor and let the fan blow onto that.
The world champ-style sway bar upfront of yours. did you polish the blue blocks to silver? or did it come like that? if it came like that, what's the item number?

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TRF...those are just the servo mounts. I just drilled and taped them.
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TRF...here is a closer pic. Sorry it didn't come out that well.
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TRF...here is a closer pic. Sorry it didn't come out that well.
ah ic... Thanks...

I know that the world-champ style sway bar for the TA04 comes with SSG carbon piece and silver support blocks. i dunno if it fits the 414M chassis though.....

I have a bone-stock silver M.... I have been thinking to hoping it up... but can't find all silver parts for it....
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TRF...the surport blocks will work but the SSG carbon piece is wider then the one for the 414M.

I noticed in the picture that is has blue blocks? Must not come in the kit then.
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the one comes with TA04TRF has blue blocks... but if you buy it seperately... it comes with silver...
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Old 10-28-2003, 05:14 PM   #2520
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sweeet

keep the 414 alive!!!

you took the 5v fan thing from me. i was going to do the exact same thing

i herd that using a fan is better then using a heatsink. putting a heat sink on it and blowing at it is woarse then blowing on the motor itself


is there a reason why i shouldnt be blowing a fan at my brushless??
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