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Old 03-21-2013, 01:31 PM   #841
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Here you go! The hole arm off-set as seen in the picture is not indicative of the actual spacing. The unmounted side flopped around.

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so RMX chassis not same as Hop-Up carbon chassis
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Here you go! The hole arm off-set as seen in the picture is not indicative of the actual spacing. The unmounted side flopped around.

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Old 03-21-2013, 03:55 PM   #843
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so RMX chassis not same as Hop-Up carbon chassis
If you look at the included parts list on the box or so there is mentioned that the chassis is a "special part" aswell as the rear axle spacer.
It's an alumlinium one and also marked as a "special part"
The chassis plate is a must have item for being able to use the full height of the tires.
I'll keep my eyes open to get that chassis plate
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If you look at the included parts list on the box or so there is mentioned that the chassis is a "special part" aswell as the rear axle spacer.
It's an alumlinium one and also marked as a "special part"
The chassis plate is a must have item for being able to use the full height of the tires.
I'll keep my eyes open to get that chassis plate
Rear axle spacer
I believe this is the new spur gear adaptor to run non Tamiya gears
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Rear axle spacer
I believe this is the new spur gear adaptor to run non Tamiya gears
It should have been written down by me as rear shaft spacer, therefor i think they mean the spacer that's on the left side of the motor mount.
The one between the bearing and the wheel stopper.
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The three special items listed on the front of the box are: chassis, left hub spacer, and black wheels. No spur gear adapter so I had to do the tape trick.

Finished the build last night and brought it into work today to mill the front arms!

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The three special items listed on the front of the box are: chassis, left hub spacer, and black wheels. No spur gear adapter so I had to do the tape trick.

Finished the build last night and brought it into work today to mill the front arms!

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ah, ok
well, spur gear adapter from Tamiya is coming soon
Are you going to run TCS with this, or is it just a club weapon
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pics of your finished build please
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Tamiya spur gear adaptor for rm-01 has been available for about 2-3 weeks now. Item number 54459. I imagine that it is identical to the one that is for the F104 too that has been around for quite a while.
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Tamiya spur gear adaptor for rm-01 has been available for about 2-3 weeks now. Item number 54459. I imagine that it is identical to the one that is for the F104 too that has been around for quite a while.
Not same as F1
Different axle, et all
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Plenty of the rm-01 ones on eBay. Gt mine last week just need the spur gears for it.
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Not same as F1
Different axle, et all
How comes then that the RM-01 and F104 are still able to share the same gear then, the 'tamiya 50506'?
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How comes then that the RM-01 and F104 are still able to share the same gear then, the 'tamiya 50506'?
Cheers.
I don't think the diff outdrives fit the RM-01 rear shaft, i think they included that set for only the spur.
And the RM-01 wheels don't fit the plastic diff outdrives.
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How comes then that the RM-01 and F104 are still able to share the same gear then, the 'tamiya 50506'?
Cheers.
Just a confirmation, I have a F104 and the RM-01 and the parts are different. I don't have an F104 v2, maybe it is the same.
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You can run the same gears on both cars
Only bushing/bearing size which the spur gear rides on is different

RM-01
Spur gear with bearing/bushing, mounts directly on the 6mm axle



All current & nearly every Tamiya F1 ever
Spur gear with bearing/bushing, mounts on diff-hub which slides over 6mm axle

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I just finished building mine. Any suggestions on gear ratio for 17.5 & 13.5?

Any Immediate necessary Hop-Ups?

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