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Old 12-20-2012, 11:18 PM   #4456
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finisihing build v5, but still confuse where the best place to placing old AMB personal transponder
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Old 12-21-2012, 12:42 AM   #4457
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Old 12-21-2012, 01:03 AM   #4458
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Mine fits flat on the chassis behind the servo (using Futaba low profile and Tekin ESC)
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i see some new stuff -- but it doesn't look like the aerator shocks yet. do you know the part number? thx!
Aeration dampers are not available as a set (at least not yet, there is no such product or part# released) so you need to buy the parts separately if you want them. The only new parts though are the cylinders (#9804672) and (#9804671) Ball connector nuts.

The rest are old parts; i.e. from the std TRF dampers and TRF buggy dampers.
If you would want to convert std. TRF dampers you'd need:

51280 Cylinder caps
9804672 Cylinders
9804291 O-rings
9805779 2x5mm Cap screws
9804671 Ball connector nut (for mounting to tower, but the easy and already available part to use here is the #54205, which is the same part but with different coating)

That should be all that's different.
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Old 12-21-2012, 04:07 PM   #4460
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Can anyone confirm the part number for the plastic part of the TRF damper caps? I see a couple things on Speedtech that look right, but I'm not sure which.

There's this one:
http://www.speedtechhobbies.com/inde...product_id=198

And this one:
http://www.speedtechhobbies.com/inde...product_id=382

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Old 12-21-2012, 04:32 PM   #4461
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Old 12-21-2012, 04:34 PM   #4462
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finisihing build v5, but still confuse where the best place to placing old AMB personal transponder
there are plenty of room to mount the transponder, the more forward you can place the better when across the finish line side by side
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Old 12-21-2012, 05:07 PM   #4463
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Tamiya have listed the dampers as a set some time ago. Something like special damper set. I'm out but the part no is on the tamiya site (Japan)

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Aeration dampers are not available as a set (at least not yet, there is no such product or part# released) so you need to buy the parts separately if you want them. The only new parts though are the cylinders (#9804672) and (#9804671) Ball connector nuts.

The rest are old parts; i.e. from the std TRF dampers and TRF buggy dampers.
If you would want to convert std. TRF dampers you'd need:

51280 Cylinder caps
9804672 Cylinders
9804291 O-rings
9805779 2x5mm Cap screws
9804671 Ball connector nut (for mounting to tower, but the easy and already available part to use here is the #54205, which is the same part but with different coating)

That should be all that's different.
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Tamiya have listed the dampers as a set some time ago. Something like special damper set. I'm out but the part no is on the tamiya site (Japan)
If you mean this; 84317 TRF Special Damper Works Edition, then it's not the aeration dampers.

The above limited edition set is normal TRF dampers but with HL cylinders, x-rings and alu spring retainer.
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has anyone ever or is it known to run more droop in the front than the rear?
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Old 12-22-2012, 07:44 PM   #4466
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i have a question,what would be causing the rear belt on a 417x to wear out quick??wrong tension?,bad belts??hes on the standard belts and has replaced rear one many times appreciate any help
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just wanted to share... i tried installing the CSO floating servo mount on my kit... since my lower deck was from Exotek which had slotted servo mount screws, the CSO unit would tweak no matter how hard i tighten the screws.

Quick solution: i drilled a 2.5mm hole in line with the 2 screw holes, reamed it out a bit so its just slightly smaller than 3mm, screwed in a grub screw through the hole and the 3rd screw hole on the unit...

it works. tried it out last night and even while running though the corner dots and a couple of turn-tuttle crashes, the servo didn't tweak.
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If you mean this; 84317 TRF Special Damper Works Edition, then it's not the aeration dampers.

The above limited edition set is normal TRF dampers but with HL cylinders, x-rings and alu spring retainer.
http://www.rc-mushroom.com/product_i...damper-p-25961

Here is a picture of the shock kit.
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has anyone ever or is it known to run more droop in the front than the rear?
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On my 417X it seem to love 4mm Frt, 5mm Rr droop... So yes!


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i have a question,what would be causing the rear belt on a 417x to wear out quick??wrong tension?,bad belts??hes on the standard belts and has replaced rear one many times appreciate any help
thanks
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I never had trouble with belt wear until I replaced the center pulley one day and I started chew up belts every meeting. I couldn't see anything wrong with the new ones (but there must have been) and I changed back to the old pulley and all was good again.
If your tension is correct then I'd suggest you look at replacing your pulleys...
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Old 12-23-2012, 03:47 PM   #4470
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Can someone give me a part number for rear upright on a 417
Many thanks
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