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Old 03-02-2002, 08:42 AM   #376
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I don't like the 414M with the blue stuff. I think it looks better with the silver parts.
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Old 03-02-2002, 06:54 PM   #377
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I don't like the 414M with the blue stuff. I think it looks better with the silver parts.
Yup...... The silver aluminum parts make the 414M looks Luxury and Cool
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Old 03-04-2002, 12:48 AM   #378
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I am having some problems with the centre oneway pulley of the 414m. I does not feel as smooth as the other oneway pulleys I have seen. I tried to clean out the bearing with motor spray and lubricating it with Serpent oneway oil, but doesn't work.... Any ideas please? Thanks.
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Old 03-04-2002, 08:18 AM   #379
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K. Tan: The standard center one-way (c/w 414M kit) doesn't last that long. it is time for you to change the 414M center one-way wit the new Tamiya TA04 alum. one-way.
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InitialD......right now I am running the red swaybar in front only(no rear sway bar). 70wt front, 60wt rear. Asc. gold springs all around. No torque rods and steering rack pointed forwards for more ackerman. Diff/center oneway/diff. One dimple rear block. Other settings are stock

Its an agressive setup. Very turny. It seems to suit my style of driving very well. The car rotates well without the rear fighting the front end. Throttle/off throttle steering is easy with this setup.

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Old 03-06-2002, 02:11 AM   #381
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MIKA is right, replace those standard ones with the aluminum center one-way. I also had problems with those standard ones in my 04
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Here's a picture of my TRF414M. I replaced the plastic diff pulleys and center pulleys with aluminum.
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Old 03-06-2002, 06:08 PM   #383
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How do you measure droop on the 414m? I've seen several set-up sheets on the japan website and most of them have a measurement of 3mm. What does that mean? I have also seen measurements of 24mm and 23mm for the height of the alxes when the car is laid flat on ground....

What is the part no. of the front and rear belts? The hinge pins? Thanks a lot!
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Kenneth Tan:

Droop is usually measured from the bottom of the chassis to the bottom of the arm/hub.


The part number for the front belt is the same as the ta04 belt.

The part number for the rear belt is 6244004

The part number for the Hinge Pins is 9805741
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Are the bearings in the aluminum part of the 414M replaceable? They look like they are pressed in, can they be taken out?
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Potato: Yes they are.. Your going to have to heat the bulkhead to get them out.
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Ack, that sucks, why did they design it that way?
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Cheap TAMIYA screws that came with the 414M are striped under the chassis where it screws into the bulk-head! How am I surpose to get those out? Any ideas?
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Thanks Gavin for you set up!
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Potato: its just so you have a good fit with the bearings you can heat up the bulkhead and the bearings will fall right out. Are you having a problem with one of the bearings?
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