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Old 10-04-2007, 08:56 AM   #556
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Could somebody tell me if tamiya 36T and 37T diff pulley and TRF shock springs fit on S400?
If these 2 pulley fit, which spool fit?
Have got drive shaft of other chassis are compatible on S400, please?

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Do U have any oneways in? I think serpents part# is 401110 & 401111 for the oneway and axle adapter.
not have oneway
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1 A 1 deg

1 B 2 deg

1 C 2.5 deg

1 D 3 deg

0 deg?
Sorry Nathan, think I myself got confused when we talked about it.....

D, C, and B are correct. 1A would = 1.5deg, 1X = 1deg, 1XA = 0.5deg, 1XB = 0deg.

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I'm check 1C = 3Deg
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TRF415 oldest version, could confirm it, Mark?
I have only MSX, which one are heavier?
Looked on S400 seems lightweight with durable material chassis, but i still think any car must have light drivetrain to gain on acceleration.
Anyway, thanks for your reply.
MSXX weight with brushless:



I don't think weight is an issue for 6cell, but for 5cell 1350g it could really be... is the 850gr with titanium screws??
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Sorry Nathan, think I myself got confused when we talked about it.....

D, C, and B are correct. 1A would = 1.5deg, 1X = 1deg, 1XA = 0.5deg, 1XB = 0deg.

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MSXX weight with brushless:



I don't think weight is an issue for 6cell, but for 5cell 1350g it could really be... is the 850gr with titanium screws??
Different screws don't worth on 40g weight difference.
As I have post before, it depends the brands of scales.
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Different screws don't worth on 40g weight difference.
As I have post before, it depends the brands of scales.
cannot say much about that... i have three different brands of scales here at home (grandma, wife and I have four of the ones of the picture) and there are no more than one gram differences between them....

perhaps is the altitude and newton's gravitational law??

seriously, there are many factors that influence the weight, cable lenghts, screws (from steel to titanium there are aroun 25 grams difference) titanium king pins (which i don't have) can be 8-10 grams less, the car is with spool with delrin outdrives now, so there are less 9 grams from the picture as now....

everything counts, although not in so large amounts... is the accumulation of changes that makes you notice the weight.

I'm really interested on the weight of the S400, as I said on a previous post, the car seems strong of outdoors rubber asphalt, but for 5-cell, weight is an issue...

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cannot say much about that... i have three different brands of scales here at home (grandma, wife and I have four of the ones of the picture) and there are no more than one gram differences between them....

perhaps is the altitude and newton's gravitational law??

seriously, there are many factors that influence the weight, cable lenghts, screws (from steel to titanium there are aroun 25 grams difference) titanium king pins (which i don't have) can be 8-10 grams less, the car is with spool with delrin outdrives now, so there are less 9 grams from the picture as now....

everything counts, although not in so large amounts... is the accumulation of changes that makes you notice the weight.

I'm really interested on the weight of the S400, as I said on a previous post, the car seems strong of outdoors rubber asphalt, but for 5-cell, weight is an issue...

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Due i have bad experience, weight scale from race organization weigh my car more 50G than the one of my friend. After i have removed 50G lead, the scale still shown was little bit overweight. After race, one of the competitor has been disclassified due his car was underweight but he had complained the scale has shown was narrowly on weight limit before the race, that's the problem i meant.
About the screw weights, depends which chassis, everyone has different number and size of screws. About TRF415, i don't think only between steel and titanium screw will make more than 40G difference.
I hope some guy could make comparison with S400 and other cars on the same scale to see the real difference.
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ok, im pretty much sold on this car...even over the T2 007 and 008...so next question, where can I get one? can someone recommend an online shop? and how much are they running? thanks..
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http://www.kamikazetoysandhobbies.co....php?prod=s400


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hi, im thinking bout getting one of these cars .
couple of questons.

do yokomo springs fit ?
will rw spur gears fit?
is there a website that i can download a gear chart for this car?

thanks mark.
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Do U have any oneways in? I think serpents part# is 401110 & 401111 for the oneway and axle adapter.
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