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Old 11-07-2002, 11:55 PM   #1441
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I find that blue block to be very weak due to the very thin material left on it. It flexes very easily. I went to dremel out a stock 414m block and it holds up much better.

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I've done the same thing, but mainly due to the fact that I'm not running my WCR 414M.
I've got my original 414M at world spec though....
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Old 11-07-2002, 11:57 PM   #1442
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I've got my original 414M at world spec though....
But when I'm finished with it, it will return to it's original form, to show it off next to it's "brothers"....
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Old 11-08-2002, 12:29 AM   #1443
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Usagi: i finally bought an original 414! yes, i'm proud of myself, LoL .


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does anyone know where i can find the conversion kit for the 414 to bring it up to 414M spec? i know, for the price of the 414 i could have bought a WCR, but i like the original 414 more. i just want conversion kit for the heck of it.
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Usagi: i finally bought an original 414! yes, i'm proud of myself, LoL .


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does anyone know where i can find the conversion kit for the 414 to bring it up to 414M spec? i know, for the price of the 414 i could have bought a WCR, but i like the original 414 more. i just want conversion kit for the heck of it.

It's people like you, x414X and rccarracer who made me want to keep my TRF414. Now I'm thinking of bringing it to its original specs too. Do you have the aluminum setting dish wheels?

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Old 11-08-2002, 03:14 AM   #1445
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Usagi: i finally bought an original 414! yes, i'm proud of myself, LoL .


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does anyone know where i can find the conversion kit for the 414 to bring it up to 414M spec? i know, for the price of the 414 i could have bought a WCR, but i like the original 414 more. i just want conversion kit for the heck of it.
I'd leave it original, but try and contact Rainbow Ten and see if they can source one from Tamiya Japan...
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Old 11-08-2002, 03:15 AM   #1446
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It's people like you, x414X and rccarracer who made me want to keep my TRF414. Now I'm thinking of bringing it to its original specs too. Do you have the aluminum setting dish wheels?

I'm touched.....
Come on keep it, you know you want too....
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I've done the same thing, but mainly due to the fact that I'm not running my WCR 414M.
I've got my original 414M at world spec though....
Nah I don't own a replica, but I have hopped up/modified my 414m to run the replica setting
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Alloy Parts ?

Anyone know if there any replacement knuckle arms available in alloy.Originial part no.50867 ta04 c parts ??
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I'm touched.....
Come on keep it, you know you want too....


I'm keeping it.

I'm also sticking with my TA03R. I don't want to wreck that 414 with my novice driving.
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Good to hear....
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Nah I don't own a replica, but I have hopped up/modified my 414m to run the replica setting
Yeah thats what I've done to my original 414M....
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thanks rccarracer for the earlier help on the part numbers....i need to know the part number for the wheel axle on the M2...this is the one on the rear which is using a dogbone not with the universal

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Is the TRF414M, TFR414MII legal for TCS GT1 racing?
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I'd leave it original, but try and contact Rainbow Ten and see if they can source one from Tamiya Japan...
cool, thanx. i actually just want the conversion kit to go along with my 414, but actually i'm not gonna install it. does anyone have the part # and cost of that conversion? thanx a bunch.

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keep the car dude! i've always loved dual belt layout. The 414 series has probably the best examples of this type of car. I'm just glad i finally located a shop that actually had it in stock. The car i bought is NIB, so i have everything that is suppose to come with the kit, including the setting wheels. i dont know if i'll even run it, since it seems parts for the original 414 is really hard to come by.
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Is the TRF414M, TFR414MII legal for TCS GT1 racing?
Nevermind, I found my answer
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