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Old 06-07-2011, 11:35 PM   #1546
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Try hard... does the diff fit the ta05 version II as well?
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Try hard... does the diff fit the ta05 version II as well?
That one I don't know on... but I suspect not, as the TA05v2 has the spur off to one side, not in the middle like the 417, so the pulley offset will be different.

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where you can buy the tamiya 417?. because there is not in stock at any location
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Old 06-10-2011, 09:21 PM   #1549
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where you can buy the tamiya 417?. because there is not in stock at any location
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I bought mine at RCMart
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HI does any one know what is the biggest spur Gear we can install in the 417?
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Default Where do you find HPI silver Springs

Ok so what is the fix for not finding any HPI Silver springs for my TRF417 I've been reading about these springs and i can't find them any where. can I use the TRF spring kit or is it just HPI is a better spring.

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Ok so what is the fix for not finding any HPI Silver springs for my TRF417 I've been reading about these springs and i can't find them any where. can I use the TRF spring kit or is it just HPI is a better spring.

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If you absoutely cant find any of the HPI's, give the tamiya blues a try all around. They do feel different to drive however, as the knock the edge off the initial reaction. Worth a try
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Ok so what is the fix for not finding any HPI Silver springs for my TRF417 I've been reading about these springs and i can't find them any where. can I use the TRF spring kit or is it just HPI is a better spring.

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If you absoutely cant find any of the HPI's, give the tamiya blues a try all around. They do feel different to drive however, as the knock the edge off the initial reaction. Worth a try
Use these , they are linear like the HPI springs, and they dont need a different spring retainer. The other AE springs are good as well. For Jackson on my 416, I liked the AE golds up front, and the greens in the back, although I feel the Reflex 13.5s could be better.
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Old 06-12-2011, 02:55 AM   #1555
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Ok so what is the fix for not finding any HPI Silver springs for my TRF417 I've been reading about these springs and i can't find them any where. can I use the TRF spring kit or is it just HPI is a better spring.

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There is some here

Does anybody try what I tried yesterday : I use the split arm mount front and rear, and for the rear, I use it as 1A, insteed of 1XA. Then, I have 2° rear toe insteed of the 3° stock, the car feels a lot better on my local track, wich is small, technical, medium grip alsphalt. I also put off the washer under the rear arm mount, the became easier to drive.
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Thanks for all the Info. on the springs
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hi ... I'm still new to use TRF 417 .. my problem now is the spring, and oil absober ... any suggestions ...?
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1. Marc Rheinard (DE) – Tamiya/Speed Passion – 3 pts
2. Yannic Prümper (DE) – Yokomo/Speed Passion – 4
3. Jilles Groskamp (NL) – Tamiya/Orion – 5
4. Cyril N’diaye (FR) – Yokomo/LRP – 8
5. Steen Graversen (DK) – Awesomatix/Speed Passion – 10
6. Ronald Völker (DE) – Yokomo/LRP – 11
7. Christopher Krapp (DE) – Kyosho/Orion – 11
8. Viktor Wilck (SE) – Tamiya/Thunder Power – 12
9. Frederik Südhoff (DE) – Hot Bodies/LRP – 12
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hi ... I'm still new to use TRF 417 .. my problem now is the spring, and oil absober ... any suggestions ...?
What kind of track ? what motor ?
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What kind of track ? what motor ?
high speed technical track ... I use 10.5t motor ..... may track the heat in 30celcius .. sorry .. I'm not good english
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