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Old 08-28-2006, 11:11 AM   #15346
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cool you can help us in terms of gearing then, lol...
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Old 08-28-2006, 11:14 AM   #15347
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Lol...me gearing, not very good at that lol. I was told maybe 5 on a C2 and 4.8 on a Atlas by a few people.

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Old 08-28-2006, 11:17 AM   #15348
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Hi,


I have just gotten a 415MSX R2 and was wondering if and where there is a chart for all the inner hinge pin blocks. I have what came on the 415 and what came on my TA-05.
any help would be great.

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I have just gotten a 415MSX R2 and was wondering if and where there is a chart for all the inner hinge pin blocks. I have what came on the 415 and what came on my TA-05.
any help would be great.

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Old 08-28-2006, 11:19 AM   #15350
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Lol...me gearing, not very good at that lol. I was told maybe 5 on a C2 and 4.8 on a Atlas by a few people.

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That's close to what we were on at halifax, hmmm looks like the checkpoint will be taken out again...
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Old 08-28-2006, 11:33 AM   #15351
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Hi,

Thanks.

I've been to that site just looking around but never even checked for the toe blocks. (surfing on my phone sucks)
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Old 08-28-2006, 12:25 PM   #15352
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Can anyone provide me with the part # for the one-way outdrives for the original 415 (the long outdrives that used the 42mm driveshafts). Thanks!
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Old 08-28-2006, 12:54 PM   #15353
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shows to be 53590... used on other cars as well.

there was a liteweight version too... i think its 53451? maybe?
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...Ed is the gayish pink on white shell
Better than your Andy Robson Tribute!

See you there on the weekend Charles... MRE should be going good

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TBH your shell don't look that 'gayish' lol, defo see it on the track that's for sure. Hopefully see you guys there

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Better than your Andy Robson Tribute!

See you there on the weekend Charles... MRE should be going good

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not my fault if he is such a fan that he has my colours on his shell, which happens to be my country's flag colours aswell
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TBH your shell don't look that 'gayish ' lol, defo see it on the track that's for sure.

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Part of the point

And I distinctly remember someone borrowing my shell at Wrexham to run late in the evening....

Charles, what front axle do you tend to run there? Spool or 1-way?
Track looks pretty wide, but a bit twister than Halifax, so I'm thinking more spool.

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I run a spool in stock as i just cannot get on with a one-way round that track (about the only track i can't get it to work on, but my local carpet track is miniture lol and i can get em to work.... 10sec laps), so i would suggest a spool to start off with but i can't see why a one-way wouldn't work, just preference.

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Part of the point

And I distinctly remember someone borrowing my shell at Wrexham to run late in the evening....

Charles, what front axle do you tend to run there? Spool or 1-way?
Track looks pretty wide, but a bit twister than Halifax, so I'm thinking more spool.

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You and TRF415boy planning on coming up to halifax again at all? Could meet you there as its my local playground!
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You and TRF415boy planning on coming up to halifax again at all? Could meet you there as its my local playground!
next year maybe
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