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Old 08-31-2006, 03:19 PM   #15451
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MRE turnbuckles:
for titanium ones I listed the part#'s

2 of 3x42mm tamiya part#49283
4 of 3x32mm tamiya part#53527
1 of 3x23mm tamiya part#53526

that is what you need!

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My bad those are the links neede for the MSX not the MRE. Sorry about that
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Old 08-31-2006, 03:24 PM   #15452
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My bad those are the links neede for the MSX not the MRE. Sorry about that
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NP, just don't let it happen again

Ok harsh, your gonna need:
2 X (3 x 42mm) - Steering Tie Rods
4 X (3 x 32mm) - F + R Camber Links
1 X (3 x 23mm) - Servo Horn to Evo V steering uprights

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Old 08-31-2006, 04:25 PM   #15454
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Ok harsh, your gonna need:
2 X (3 x 42mm) - Steering Tie Rods
4 X (3 x 32mm) - F + R Camber Links
1 X (3 x 23mm) - Servo Horn to Evo V steering uprights

Hope this helps!
Dammit, shudnt just read the last post when i log back onto this thread
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Old 08-31-2006, 04:57 PM   #15455
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1st the delrin outdrives for the spool
Eh? Why did you shave them?
Mine fit fine.... if there a little tight to get on and off, well thats by design.
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Old 08-31-2006, 05:02 PM   #15456
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Eh? Why did you shave them?
Mine fit fine.... if there a little tight to get on and off, well thats by design.
The MRE manual said to cut the little lip off, but I didn't cut it off, the cups fit perfectly and "snap" into place by leaving the lip on and car works just fine.
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hey kewdawg, i have not raced at horsham yet but plan to. i have some friends that race there. i race at southshore hobbies in ny most of the time. but im definately gonna try to get out to horsham this year and we can definetely bounce some ideas around. cool.
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hey carl. i run the lwt arms with 4 degee hubs on carpet. just curious how does the car handle with 2 degee. does it calm down the steering a little. thanx.
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The MRE manual said to cut the little lip off, but I didn't cut it off, the cups fit perfectly and "snap" into place by leaving the lip on and car works just fine.

Hmm... maybe I should pay more attention to the manual next time....
I've left the lip on aa well, makes sure that the sleves don't fall off.
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Hmm... maybe I should pay more attention to the manual next time....
I've left the lip on aa well, makes sure that the sleves don't fall off.
Kind of goes in line with one of my mantra's "don't shave the lips"
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hey carl. i run the lwt arms with 4 degee hubs on carpet. just curious how does the car handle with 2 degee. does it calm down the steering a little. thanx.
it will actually give you even more steering..
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Hi Guy's
I have a question please.
What diff do you run and is it for indoor or outdoor and what surface do you use it on.
I use a one way on very grippy outdoor asphalt surface on my TRF 415 MSX.
I would love to know what your setup is please.
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Old 09-01-2006, 04:10 AM   #15464
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Depends on what yor are wanting.

Spool for tight outdoor alpshalt

one way for flowing outdoor alpshalt

Diff for indoor foams

oneway for indoor rubber

spool for tight indoor rubber

note some driver prefer the spool over the oneway due to allowance for braking etc
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hey kewdawg, i have not raced at horsham yet but plan to. i have some friends that race there. i race at southshore hobbies in ny most of the time. but im definately gonna try to get out to horsham this year and we can definetely bounce some ideas around. cool.
Okay. See you soon.
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