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Old 04-24-2008, 11:08 AM
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Originally Posted by mac853 View Post
I don't see could do that, but why don't use the properly for 415msx?
Earlier times the problem was 416 couldn't have a own spool instead of try using 415mre ones.
coz i am feeling like it is no longer easy to source a front oneway for mxs already
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Old 04-24-2008, 11:26 AM
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coz i am feeling like it is no longer easy to source a front oneway for mxs already
I have an extra one way for the 415MSX. LMK
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Old 04-24-2008, 07:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Molala3 View Post
coz i am feeling like it is no longer easy to source a front oneway for mxs already
But what pulley are you really using in your car?
I purchased my MSX then i put 36T, but worst problems is i don't remember which one way is compatible with which pulley, just because i race with spool.
I think you should ask this in 415 thread, anyway try this 1, i think this is for 35T pulley:http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/produc...oducts_id=7167
and other is for 36T if my memory didn't "fool" me:
http://rcmarket.com.hk/product_info....roducts_id=316
Try to ask to some more guys.
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Is everything okay with Tamiya?
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Old 04-24-2008, 08:20 PM
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Originally Posted by syndr0me View Post
Is everything okay with Tamiya?
I don't think so, i really want to purchase a 416 for race, then is out of stock, why now is limited release, just because wait to release new 1?
I found this, someone took pictures in RCX, just mean this will be newest package?
http://www.rcstudy.com/forum/viewtop...=6885&start=15
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Haven't heard any issues with Tamiya, and that kit shown really doens't have many "option parts" on it... just spool and screw kit.

There isn't even the new motor mount seen on the team drivers cars...

416's are around, and can be brought new, just need to do a little hunting. Seems like they are pretty popular.

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Old 04-25-2008, 05:51 AM
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Haven't heard any issues with Tamiya, and that kit shown really doens't have many "option parts" on it... just spool and screw kit.

There isn't even the new motor mount seen on the team drivers cars...

416's are around, and can be brought new, just need to do a little hunting. Seems like they are pretty popular.

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My opinion is this, my choice is only 416.
Just because i had already msx, for me is much more easier just to understand Tamiya cars.
Unfortunately, is out to stock, i asked in japanese shops, they told me is completely out of stock, just because there's a technical problems in my bank when i asked them to update my credit limit, it cost more than a month.
Then is only remain a Cyclone TC in the market, but that is not really better, in the case a have to buy so much more option kinds, ti, hinge pin, ti. sus. shaft, teflon piston, softer springs, ti. turnbuckles, ti. axle, alu hubs, alu knuckles, ti ball connectors and much more, meanwhile they will cost much more then 416.
For cyclone, instead of 440 usd i must to spend 350 usd for the options.
If will be 416, instead of 420 usd and option parts(i will remove some from msx) just cost me 250 usd.

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Hey all...

Check out the new look www.THard.co.uk

Hope you all like it
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Genius edd !!! Very nice work there.ed do you know which track in the uk is holding the rctouringeu race? I,m hoping its halifax then i can ride over and watch the masters at work.
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Originally Posted by pug 205 gti View Post
Genius edd !!! Very nice work there.ed do you know which track in the uk is holding the rctouringeu race? I,m hoping its halifax then i can ride over and watch the masters at work.
I would guess so, as it's the only one with the facilites avaliable to be able to host a round (power etc)
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I really hope it is Im only 30 miles away from halifax.I will take my camera along and try to get some nice snaps of the TRF brigade and the cars and post them on here if all goes well.IT would also be a wise move to ask mr reinhard himself to sign the box of my TRF msx mre to add to the future value ? What do you think ? I have to say again Edd your site is nicely polished up ive just been reading the build and tips section. Creme de le creme. ive been looking here for where it is http://www.rctouring.eu/index.html

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Hi, Ed...do you have the Reinhard LRP setup on there? I didn't see it.
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Hey Ed the 416 tips link seems to be broken. Also was wondering if you could post a picture of the ball cups with the material removed so you can fit a 2mm driver in there

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Originally Posted by CraigM View Post
Hey Ed the 416 tips link seems to be broken. Also was wondering if you could post a picture of the ball cups with the material removed so you can fit a 2mm driver in there

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Hey CraigM if you are racing at IMCC tomorrow you can have a look at mine.
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Originally Posted by CraigM View Post
Hey Ed the 416 tips link seems to be broken. Also was wondering if you could post a picture of the ball cups with the material removed so you can fit a 2mm driver in there

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http://www.thard.co.uk/415/tips/suspensionslop.html give an idea

Which tips link are you talking about? The one in the main forum, or the 415 ones?

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