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Old 06-03-2010, 01:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Josť Cordeiro View Post
Hi Kenneth!

That's a great project! Hope it works (make it work!).

If you become satisfied with the results, consider selling the chassis and top deck through Racing Factory, will you?

Good luck.

Friendly regards from Portugal,
Hi Josť. All well in Portugal? We'll see. For now, just for testing.
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Default TRF416X Upgrade Lower Deck

Tamiya just announced a lipo chassis for the 416X along with many other new TRF products.

42181 TRF416X Upgrade Lower Deck (w/ Oneway)

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42181 TRF416X Upgrade Lower Deck (w/ Oneway)

42180 VG Damper Oil #60
42179 VG Damper Oil #55
42178 VG Damper Oil #50
42177 VG Damper Oil #45
42176 VG Damper Oil #40
42175 VG Damper Oil #35
42174 VG Damper Oil #30
42173 VG Damper Oil #25
42172 VG Bearing Oil
42171 620HC Thrust Bearing
42170 VG Deff Plate Grease
42169 VG Ball Deff Grease
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Originally Posted by kentech View Post
Tamiya just announced a lipo chassis for the 416X along with many other new TRF products.

42181 TRF416X Upgrade Lower Deck (w/ Oneway)

http://translate.google.com/translat...tbb=1&ie=utf-8

http://translate.google.com/translat...1&ie=shift_jis

42181 TRF416X Upgrade Lower Deck (w/ Oneway)

42180 VG Damper Oil #60
42179 VG Damper Oil #55
42178 VG Damper Oil #50
42177 VG Damper Oil #45
42176 VG Damper Oil #40
42175 VG Damper Oil #35
42174 VG Damper Oil #30
42173 VG Damper Oil #25
42172 VG Bearing Oil
42171 620HC Thrust Bearing
42170 VG Deff Plate Grease
42169 VG Ball Deff Grease

Cool! I hope we can get some pics soon.
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You've gotta buy a one-way to get the LiPo chassis? The f*** is that all about?
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Default Trick one-way?

I wonder if the one way can be flipped to either side and b one way in both?
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Originally Posted by syndr0me View Post
You've gotta buy a one-way to get the LiPo chassis? The f*** is that all about?
im assuming since the belt layout has been flipped, the original one way no longer works, so they designed a new one. and they included it with the upgrade pack.
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Old 06-04-2010, 11:37 AM
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Originally Posted by Hebiki View Post
im assuming since the belt layout has been flipped, the original one way no longer works, so they designed a new one. and they included it with the upgrade pack.
Oh stop it with your logic!

I guess I'm going to need to figure out a way to secure the battery on the chassis, unless they incorporate some kind of retaining solution. Right now, I use weights on the bottom of the pack that sit in the battery slots to keep my flat packs from moving around.

Ling, any idea how the guys were keeping their packs secure at Reedy?
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Originally Posted by syndr0me View Post
Oh stop it with your logic!

I guess I'm going to need to figure out a way to secure the battery on the chassis, unless they incorporate some kind of retaining solution. Right now, I use weights on the bottom of the pack that sit in the battery slots to keep my flat packs from moving around.

Ling, any idea how the guys were keeping their packs secure at Reedy?
oops yeah - belts were flipped - I must be going blind. too much @%.;.!

Marc and Victor were running SMC packs with bullet connectors. They were just taping in the packs. I can't remember if those packs had humps underneath. I didn't see anything specifically locking the batteries in place.
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in that photo belts are flipped from the original way.

You can check the original here:
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Originally Posted by mac853 View Post
But could you remember the japanese mags show always the spyshot of testing these kind of prototypes before of production, I wonder it if someone took some.
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Ling, you need to flip the belt where the teeth are on the outside.... for lower friction...
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Originally Posted by linger View Post
oops yeah - belts were flipped - I must be going blind. too much @%.;.!

Marc and Victor were running SMC packs with bullet connectors. They were just taping in the packs. I can't remember if those packs had humps underneath. I didn't see anything specifically locking the batteries in place.
no bridge on the steering links either.

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Where can you get the blue screws from?
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Where can you get the blue screws from?
here in the US.. you can google Fastners Express.. they sell blue screws (not exactly the same blue as Tamiya). Tamiya also sells it.
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