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Old 11-02-2010, 09:01 AM   #151
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Hmmm looks like a repackaged Spec-R diff? It's hard to say...
It is. More @ http://kentech.blogs.se/

So yes, it will fit both the 416 and 417.
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Old 11-02-2010, 10:13 AM   #152
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and the price could be more by 50%?!
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Old 11-02-2010, 10:21 AM   #153
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and the price could be more by 50%?!
Oh com'on, somewhere in Johor you should be able to get it real cheap, hahaha
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Old 11-02-2010, 11:46 AM   #154
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Oh com'on, somewhere in Johor you should be able to get it real cheap, hahaha
Well, if it's the same as the Spec-R, then I already have two of them!...
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Old 11-02-2010, 12:27 PM   #155
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WEAK! YOU'RE WEAK TAMIYA!!!
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WEAK! YOU'RE WEAK TAMIYA!!!
This.
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Old 11-02-2010, 05:39 PM   #157
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Can someone please tell me the part number for the white springs with the color dots on them.

and where I can order them from in the U.S.
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Can someone please tell me the part number for the white springs with the color dots on them.

and where I can order them from in the U.S.


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Old 11-03-2010, 10:05 AM   #159
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Can someone please tell me the part number for the white springs with the color dots on them.

and where I can order them from in the U.S.
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arent you retired or something like that???
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The diff is a Spec-R diff simply rebagged, much like Tamiya does with Much More products. The gear itself says Spec-R on it.
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Old 11-04-2010, 08:54 PM   #162
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The diff is a Spec-R diff simply rebagged, much like Tamiya does with Much More products. The gear itself says Spec-R on it.
weak sauce I tell ya. I was soo excited to pick up my TRF gear diff; only to see that it's the exact same as the Spec-R diff I have at home...WTF?? Twice the money for the same thing????

Very disappointed in Tamiya...at least put a damn Tamiya symbol on it!!
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TRF417 to be released in Japan on December 18th.

New parts released at the same time:

51439 TRF417 Low Fric Drive Belt Front
51440 TRF417 Spur Gear (111T)
51441 TRF417 Spur Gear (113T)
51442 TRF417 Ball Diff Plate
51443 TRF417 Front Direct Cup
51444 TRF417 Cross Joint

84179 TRF417 Titanium Screw Set
84179 TRF417 Center One-Way Set
84180 TRF417 Front One-Way Set
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I race on a small indoor track would the rear gear diff be worth getting for my 416 we or should I stick with the ball diff. I just hate having to readjust and rebuilt the rear ball diff so often. Opinions are needed? Please chime in.
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I race on a small indoor track would the rear gear diff be worth getting for my 416 we or should I stick with the ball diff. I just hate having to readjust and rebuilt the rear ball diff so often. Opinions are needed? Please chime in.
I use the gear diff with my 416WE on a tight small local track that has no straight....more or less two S turns and it works very well for me. I say you try it. Never hurts to have a gear diff in your stock!
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