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Old 09-14-2008, 12:20 PM   #1
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what is the difference between TRF 415 ms and trf415 msx and trf415msxx? If i have an old TRF 415 can i upgrade to the latest version?
How often do they come up with product revisions? Which is the latest TRF comp spec model?
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Old 09-14-2008, 12:36 PM   #2
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i would also like to know the differences and also why there are so many versions of the same model? also add 415 msxx MRE
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THard.co.uk TRF415 info

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good info there, 6 versions of this car=stay away.
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Mmmm, I read this more like 6 versions of this car = continued investment in the Touring car program...

Just my take on this, and as a multiple TRF owner I can attest to the cars strength and suitability for both carpet rubber and Asphalt racing.
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good info there, 6 versions of this car=stay away.
=your loss.... Seriously, if your basing your opinion on 6versions of the car over 4years, then your mistaken. And don't forget that it won the worlds in 2004, and finished on the podium in 2006, and numerous other titles in the car's development..

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oh i didnt know it was 4 years old, thats not too bad then i guess.
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I started with a 415msx and upgrade to 415msx mre with a S400 diff works really well in mod with a spool.
and they can take a bashing and spares are cheap.
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