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Old 12-31-2009, 12:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Chris Griffiths View Post
Links dont seem to work for me, just brings up a blank grey screen!

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look up part #53439 or "aw grease" on the tamiyausa site...
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Old 12-31-2009, 12:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Hebiki View Post
look up part #53439 or "aw grease" on the tamiyausa site...
and this is what he uses in the video on outside of diff plates??
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Old 12-31-2009, 12:48 PM
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Originally Posted by Chris Griffiths View Post
and this is what he uses in the video on outside of diff plates??
No, he was using Tamiya "Hard" Friction Damper grease (for non oil dampers). It's part Tamiya part number 53176...



The AW Grease Hebiki mentioned works quite well too.

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Old 12-31-2009, 12:50 PM
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Hy everyone,

What do you guys recommend for a 416we front steel shaft?
44mm will be ok?
I want to change the alu shaft to steel.
The car is stock, 1c 1c ,short arms ,spool .


C-hub and burnt motor free happy new year to every rc car driver in the world!
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Old 12-31-2009, 01:00 PM
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Originally Posted by 94eg! View Post
No, he was using Tamiya "Hard" Friction Damper grease (for non oil dampers). It's part Tamiya part number 53176...



The AW Grease Hebiki mentioned works quite well too.

Thank you very much!!!
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Old 12-31-2009, 03:11 PM
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Originally Posted by Davzone View Post
Hy everyone,

What do you guys recommend for a 416we front steel shaft?
44mm will be ok?
I want to change the alu shaft to steel.
The car is stock, 1c 1c ,short arms ,spool .


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44 will work but most run the 46 steel shafts.
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Old 12-31-2009, 06:01 PM
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Lanzer, try out Joe Glovers setup if you are still having some issues. Also I switched to the regular Mazda 6 and the 416X is really good.......hopefully it will be as dialed at the next WCICS race

Oh yeah.........Thanks Joe the setup is dialed when traction comes up
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Old 01-01-2010, 06:10 AM
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With the 105 spur that came with the kit can I use 64 pitch pinion's They look the same because after I built up my kit, I don't know if it's the motor but when I roll the car the drivetrain seem louder than normal coming from the pinion/spur.
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Old 01-01-2010, 06:52 AM
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With the 105 spur that came with the kit can I use 64 pitch pinion's They look the same because after I built up my kit, I don't know if it's the motor but when I roll the car the drivetrain seem louder than normal coming from the pinion/spur.
the spur from tamiya is 0.4 and 64 pitch ist about 0.39 so it does suit...
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Originally Posted by Chris Griffiths View Post
Thank you very much!!!
Chris just informed me that Jilles was using a small tub of grease instead of a large tube. In that case it was probably the Hard grease from this set for mini 4WD (Tamiya part 15129). Probably the exact same stuff:

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Originally Posted by 94eg! View Post
Chris just informed me that Jilles was using a small tub of grease instead of a large tube. In that case it was probably the Hard grease from this set for mini 4WD (Tamiya part 15129). Probably the exact same stuff:

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Does the 416x come as 48dp standard or 64??

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Originally Posted by method699 View Post
the spur from tamiya is 0.4 and 64 pitch ist about 0.39 so it does suit...
Originally Posted by Chris Griffiths View Post
Does the 416x come as 48dp standard or 64??

Thank you
think this post answers that one
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hey guys, just wondering how the 416x handles outta the box? im decideing between this and the TOP Photon. Im coming from a tc5r and havent driven either. i would like the tamiya though as i run there 1.8 offroad cars
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Originally Posted by Chris Griffiths View Post
Does the 416x come as 48dp standard or 64??

Thank you
If you plan on using the Tamiya spur gear, it's best to get the Tamiya pinions. The pitch is 0.4 module and not exact.

Tamiya sells the 0.4 mod pinions in steel from 20T to 29T. They are called the RD pinions. Everything bigger than that is aluminum and simply called 0.4 module...
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