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Old 06-21-2008, 01:12 AM
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Top stuff!

thanks for that.

Also would my ta05 front diff fit in the ms if I wanted to take out the front one way?
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Old 06-21-2008, 03:04 AM
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Originally Posted by Qatmix View Post
Top stuff!

thanks for that.

Also would my ta05 front diff fit in the ms if I wanted to take out the front one way?
Yes, but I suggest you buy another aluminium diff.

I run 2 diffs, no oneway. Race primarilly on small carpet track [basketball court size]

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Old 06-21-2008, 05:03 AM
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thanks,

What parts do I need to buy to make an aluminium diff?
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Old 06-21-2008, 10:02 AM
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Originally Posted by Qatmix View Post
thanks,

What parts do I need to buy to make an aluminium diff?
1 x 49425 [Blue] or 1 x 53919[Silver] Diff Joint
1 x 50880 Diff Plates
1 x 53379 Balls
1 x 9949300 Thrust Bearing
1 x 9949299 Diff Spring
1 x 9949350 Diff Screw
1 x 53935 Pulley

You'll also need 2 x 850 bearings

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Old 06-21-2008, 11:33 AM
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fantastic! Cheers for that
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Old 06-21-2008, 05:00 PM
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anyone succeeded installing 18t pulley in 05ms?
in tried it but the belts are too short for 18t.
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Old 06-21-2008, 05:07 PM
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hi

If you change the pulleys to 35t black pulleys from the TRF415 then the 18t centre will fit. This reduces the internal ratio to 1.944
This is what i have done to my car
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Originally Posted by E-clip View Post
hi

If you change the pulleys to 35t black pulleys from the TRF415 then the 18t centre will fit. This reduces the internal ratio to 1.944
This is what i have done to my car
i see..
So which is much better in terms of IDR?

the 35t black pulleys paired with 18t pulley?
or the 36 pulley with 16t pulley?

you are clever.. I didn't think of it putting 35t pulley. hehe
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The stock racing in australia has now moved to the 17.5bl so the final rollout of the car is about 60mm to get the 17.5 going so, with the high internal of 2.25 this it near impossible to do

With the internal ratio of 1.944 this rollout is done by using a 65spur with a 38t pinion

lowering the IR also achieves better accelaration

That's my 2 cents
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Originally Posted by E-clip View Post
The stock racing in australia has now moved to the 17.5bl so the final rollout of the car is about 60mm to get the 17.5 going so, with the high internal of 2.25 this it near impossible to do

With the internal ratio of 1.944 this rollout is done by using a 65spur with a 38t pinion

lowering the IR also achieves better accelaration

That's my 2 cents
i see. well thanks for that.

I will use silvercan on my 05ms.
I will try the 35t and 18t pulley combination and see how it will work.
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Old 06-22-2008, 11:34 AM
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Can anyone tell me the part numbers for the aluminium servo mount and the carbon front bumper brace?

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Hi,

Can someone let me know if you need the trf415 stabilizer sets for this car? Mt ta05 ones dont seem to fit.

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Originally Posted by Qatmix View Post
Hi,

Can someone let me know if you need the trf415 stabilizer sets for this car? Mt ta05 ones dont seem to fit.

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The TA05 ones. They are the same size as the 2 rods that came with ms.
I used the TA05 servo mounts, I have been told, but haven't tried. You can use the 415 servo mounts.

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Just a quick question.

What size tool will i need to fit the majority of the screws on my MS?
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Originally Posted by Fast XXXS View Post
Just a quick question.

What size tool will i need to fit the majority of the screws on my MS?
2mm is the main size. The smaller ones like grub-screws and cap-screws are 1.5mm...
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