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Old 12-07-2007, 02:57 PM
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@racing4evo.. thats a delrin spool for 415MSX/MRE, french made..
It was a gift.
real piece of craftmanship. and only 4 gram.

@veecee. liked to, but sorry can`t do.

[email protected] Thats 78t 48dp and miccal is right..1b/1a ..xb/d st.hubs are 0gr

made some good building procress
spool works fine, mr orange did a good job just flip it over, no friction
only to make time to modified the original sleeves. (-:



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Old 12-07-2007, 03:50 PM
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here the pics of the parts list





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Old 12-07-2007, 07:20 PM
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I used the OCR scanner on my anti-spam server to convert those to text, but it kinda just did okay. Anybody bored enough to clean up the list? Here's the the OCR came up with.

No wonder I still get so much spam... :-)
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Old 12-08-2007, 08:57 AM
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hey all

@ syndrome .. 44 mm x 12 mm.

We did some spool building today.

the "old" spool from the first 415 is not gonna fit the new 37 pulley`s
that`s the same problem we had with fitting the wide pitch pulley to the msx

you need the spool axle that comes with the MRE. then the 37 pulley is a perfect fit.

the sleeves don`t fit anymore, because the diff bearing holder is thicker.
you need to shave about 1mm .


sorry for the blurry picture,



in car.



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Old 12-08-2007, 11:52 AM
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Original TRF415 suspension mount - glad they fit!
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What's the part number for the steering knuckles? The chubs are 54031, right?
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Originally Posted by KoE View Post
here the pics of the parts list
Thanks for the parts list KoE!

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hey all

@ syndrome .. 44 mm x 12 mm.

We did some spool building today.

the "old" spool from the first 415 is not gonna fit the new 37 pulley`s
that`s the same problem we had with fitting the wide pitch pulley to the msx

you need the spool axle that comes with the MRE. then the 37 pulley is a perfect fit.

the sleeves don`t fit anymore, because the diff bearing holder is thicker.
you need to shave about 1mm .


sorry for the blurry picture,
Thanks for this info. Looks like the MRE spool will come in handy!
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Old 12-08-2007, 03:56 PM
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Hi everybody!

416 arrived in Norway as well yesterday. Built mine last night and did a bit of testing today.

I was a bit worried about the one way since we are mostly running on foams at my local track, but the 416 is on rails!!

But I'll still build a MRE spool for it for more testing. Bur so far it works very well!
We have a club race tomorrow, so whish me luck
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Old 12-08-2007, 04:21 PM
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se photo Tamiya after will have new suspenion mount for TRF416
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That kit looks fantastic! I can't wait until I get mine. In the U.S. they will be harder to come by, but I'll wait.

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Originally Posted by miccal View Post
Original TRF415 suspension mount - glad they fit!
Can you verify this? I tried measuring the 416's 1B block vs 415's 1B block and there seems to be a difference of 0.5mm between the holes for the hinge pin.

I measured at this point:

O_________O
<----------->
Right at the edge of the 'O'
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Old 12-09-2007, 12:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Kenneth Tan View Post
Can you verify this? I tried measuring the 416's 1B block vs 415's 1B block and there seems to be a difference of 0.5mm between the holes for the hinge pin.

I measured at this point:

O_________O
<----------->
Right at the edge of the 'O'
I am just going by the picture, which shows an original TRF415 1B suspension mount on the front. At least the crew holes are the same.
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@kenneth Tan: the holes are the same, the 416 suspensionmouth is just smaller.



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In the photos foam tires are mounted on the car. Will 28mm tires fit on the front without any modication?

Can anyone compare a new and old steering knuckle?

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