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Old 08-12-2006, 02:50 PM   #46
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No the rear diff will not fit the front. Front diff is 53921 and just put the TA05 ball diff pulley on it. I think that there is already a 1 way diff for the standard 415 available.
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This is the first time I get a professional RC car, I tried doing my research on what I should get along with the car. But I am afraid I could be missing some items since I am ordering everything from an online store because there is no good local hobby shop in my area. I attached a text file containing the list of items that I thought they are the best in their category and would be needed.
The things I am concerned about are not the major items like ESC for example, but the small things like lubricants, wires, bearing, and other accessories.
Please can you tell me if I am missing anything or if I should order one thing instead of another.
Why the stick pack shrink wrap? You cant run stick packs in the 415!
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Old 08-13-2006, 02:53 PM   #48
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From what i understand this car is ready to be built as Marc had his car at the worlds, or close to it. But that set up is not the best for all situations/drivers. What i was wondering is could someone that has a kit, post what set up parts are included, ie rear hubs, suspension mounts, I know it has a spool and i think a solid layshaft. Also are the wishbones the standard lightweight, or the short ones?

Any info would be good.
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Old 08-13-2006, 06:00 PM   #49
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I hope its worth it! Ive just ordered one! I feel faint as ive just handed rather a lot of money over when i still owe so much for my student loan and i have a low income ! Oh well!
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Did you order that from a UK shop? I have not seen any advertised yet so i can't find a price
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Old 08-14-2006, 04:48 AM   #51
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Did you order that from a UK shop? I have not seen any advertised yet so i can't find a price
Ah well, when your friend owns your local model shop you are set for life!
Its a UK car and should (hopefully) be in this week - come on Hobby Co, dont let me down!
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Old 08-14-2006, 04:51 AM   #52
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Ah well, when your friend owns your local model shop you are set for life!
Its a UK car and should (hopefully) be in this week - come on Hobby Co, dont let me down!
And hes just rung me to say they are in stock!
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Too bad you have to grind the steering unit a little!!! If you don't the unit will touch the front belt when you've reached the maximum steering angle. It really hurts ti damage the blue alloy, but you have to, else the belt will be broken within 10 accupacks. There is an image of the grinding on page 1 of this topic
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Too bad you have to grind the steering unit a little!!! If you don't the unit will touch the front belt when you've reached the maximum steering angle. It really hurts ti damage the blue alloy, but you have to, else the belt will be broken within 10 accupacks. There is an image of the grinding in the trf 415 topic
SSSSSSHHHHHHHHHH! Dont say that! Ive heard you could just turn the rate down on the steering? This right?
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And hes just rung me to say they are in stock!
Come on JAY what is the full retail price from the HOBBIE (ripoff) Co?
Can't wait to see this
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SSSSSSHHHHHHHHHH! Dont say that! Ive heard you could just turn the rate down on the steering? This right?
Too bad Jay, unless you want to go drifting with you MRE, you need to grind! I also tried to adjust the steering rate, but it didn't work out. Believe it or not, but you have to damage the nice blue stuff!!!!

Does anybody knows if the spurgear that's comes with the MRE is 64dp?? I tried an 35 pinion on it with a 12t motor, but it seemed like the pinion was a little too big..
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If its a 102t spur part number 51056 then it will be 0.4 module rather than 64dp.
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Old 08-14-2006, 06:26 PM   #58
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ITS HERE!!!!!!!

http://www.tamiyaclub.com/showroom_m...50116&id=11549

Am on with building it now!
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ITS HERE!!!!!!!

http://www.tamiyaclub.com/showroom_m...50116&id=11549

Am on with building it now!
Happy building...This car needs some hand fitting to make it fit...
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Happy building...This car needs some hand fitting to make it fit...
What did you have to hand fit? ....I can't remember having to hand fit anything??
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