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Old 03-31-2004, 10:18 PM   #1561
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dang!!! you were about 2 days late with that post! i just finished putting mine together, or i would be glad to make some drawings. my only gripe about this car is... why no blue shocks?!?!?! they dont cost any more, and if all the other parts are blue, why not those? ah well, gives me something pretty to buy!!!
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Old 03-31-2004, 10:24 PM   #1562
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I think it just like the 414. Tamiya might come out 415II or something with blue shock for next year.
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Old 03-31-2004, 10:46 PM   #1563
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Aku, you are probably right!! here are some pix, even tho im sure everyone has seen a stock 415...
dang... how do you guys actually put a pic directly into the forum? no matter what i do, it just tries to put a link?
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Old 03-31-2004, 10:52 PM   #1564
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again...
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Old 03-31-2004, 11:01 PM   #1565
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give them another month, then the TRF415II, then the TRF415SE, then the TRF415WRC, then the TRF415WRCII and so on. then the 416.. :P
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second pic...
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Old 03-31-2004, 11:09 PM   #1567
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might be right... of course, they all do it. tc3- second design arms, droop screws, etc.... x-ray- t1, t1-evo2, foc, now factory... losi xxxs, g+, yellow belt, black belt... etc. updates are good for everybody!
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Old 03-31-2004, 11:43 PM   #1568
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I am disappointed with the bearings... i thought the 415 comes with better quality bearings for this price.... like rubber shield bearings that was in the TA03pro...

is it possible to remove the metal shield on the 415 bearings?? the bearing is flooded with grease.
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Old 03-31-2004, 11:52 PM   #1569
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I am disappointed with the bearings... i thought the 415 comes with better quality bearings for this price.... like rubber shield bearings that was in the TA03pro...

is it possible to remove the metal shield on the 415 bearings?? the bearing is flooded with grease.
I tried the rubber shielded bearing from my Surikarn but the metal ones seems to be more free.
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MONEY MONEY/......

Is some one has a 415 and is willing to take some parts off and make me scale drawings i will pay 17.00 Paypal

Fax or email them

Parts:
Rear Brace
Front Brace
Chassi
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GM,

how about scanning it for you?? would it help???

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MONEY MONEY/......

Is some one has a 415 and is willing to take some parts off and make me scale drawings i will pay 17.00 Paypal

Fax or email them

Parts:
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Chassi
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give them another month, then the TRF415II, then the TRF415SE, then the TRF415WRC, then the TRF415WRCII and so on. then the 416.. :P
this could be only one thing, the sounds of the cash register, "cheng $$ cheng$$$"

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is it possible to remove the metal shield on the 415 bearings?? the bearing is flooded with grease.
sure! in fact, i highly recommend it. much freer ddriveline. kind of a pain on the smaller ones, but it should be worth it. i used some Acer Racing Sin oil after flushing out the grease.
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sure! in fact, i highly recommend it. much freer ddriveline. kind of a pain on the smaller ones, but it should be worth it. i used some Acer Racing Sin oil after flushing out the grease.
How to remove the metal shield??
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Old 04-01-2004, 10:17 AM   #1575
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i saw a how-to on here a loong time ago. if you look really closely, there is a tiny circlip around the outside edge. i use a new Xacto knife blade to grab the ends and gently rotate it out.. time consuming, for sure! if you look with a magnifying glass closely, you will see that one end looks kinda like this: / and the other like this: \ you can usually grab one of them and rotateit out... be careful! sometimes they fly!!!
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