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Old 08-06-2006, 09:34 AM   #15016
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Were can i buy the new msx mr edition.
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Old 08-06-2006, 09:49 AM   #15017
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Harsh: what bag was the metal air scoop in?? I'm not seeing it
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Old 08-06-2006, 10:33 AM   #15018
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Can any body fit a lipo in a 415msx, or even have pictures!

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Old 08-06-2006, 11:38 AM   #15019
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Harsh: what bag was the metal air scoop in?? I'm not seeing it
There was NO metal scoop i.e. that is why I asked if anyone new the part number!!
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There was NO metal scoop i.e. that is why I asked if anyone new the part number!!
To get the metal air scoop, you will have to get the Tamiya 415 MSX Marc Rheinard Edition Refine 2 kit.



















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Old 08-06-2006, 12:13 PM   #15021
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Well, she's all done and ready for her virgin run next weekend (thanks to Scott Barnes - my electonics wiring guy ...and chassis prep man, when I'm patient enough to wait ).
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Old 08-06-2006, 01:57 PM   #15022
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There was NO metal scoop i.e. that is why I asked if anyone new the part number!!
No airtunnel here either in Europe!! A teamdriver told me it will soon be released as a hopup....
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Old 08-06-2006, 01:59 PM   #15023
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Does anybody knows the part# for the oneway diff for the MR?? The oneway of the 'regular' MSX doesn't fit, neither with the TA05 pulley
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Old 08-06-2006, 03:36 PM   #15024
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I have it!!
Can you email it to me? ...you know the email
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Old 08-06-2006, 09:26 PM   #15025
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Harsh: what bag was the metal air scoop in?? I'm not seeing it

Guys, you'll should read the small print on the box. It says items inside may not be the same as pictured. Pictured is the Car driven by Marc Blah blah blah..... I wasn't surprise if there's no air scoop. But it would've been nice to add it in though.


But I've got something to rant about...!! I'm missing one ball end...! I 100% sure that I've not dropped it on the floor for my dog to eat it.
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Does anybody knows the part# for the oneway diff for the MR?? The oneway of the 'regular' MSX doesn't fit, neither with the TA05 pulley
maybe it's due to the thickness of the pulley. not sure if tamiya released a different oneway unit to fit the MRE. if not then you have to use TA05 pulley and mill down the center.
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Well, she's all done and ready for her virgin run next weekend (thanks to Scott Barnes - my electonics wiring guy ...and chassis prep man, when I'm patient enough to wait ).
HARSH-> What's that Xray batterybar doing on your MRE.... There shouldn't be Xray crap on this piece of art...
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Old 08-07-2006, 07:42 AM   #15028
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HARSH-> What's that Xray batterybar doing on your MRE.... There shouldn't be Xray crap on this piece of art...
Well ...I hate tape, but there is a local racer that said he tried the same thing last year on his 415 and it ended up beeing "done" in 2 days, so I guess I have to just sack up and deal with tape
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Does anyone know if the MR edition belts are longer than those on the MSX and earlier 415s? I understand the diff pulleys are 1-tooth larger, but it seems reasonable that the adjustments in the bulkheads would allow for this difference using the older belts.

Just trying to see what parts are needed to upgrade.

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Does anyone know if the MR edition belts are longer than those on the MSX and earlier 415s? I understand the diff pulleys are 1-tooth larger, but it seems reasonable that the adjustments in the bulkheads would allow for this difference using the older belts.

Just trying to see what parts are needed to upgrade.

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...hmm interesting question, so this would also mean the transmission ratio is different, the MRE insert did not have anything about the TR, so I assumed it was the same i.e. 2.187 ...does anyone know what it really is?
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