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Old 09-25-2006, 01:18 AM   #15796
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You can also check out the OS-CON line from Sanyo Here

They are even better and less expensive, but larger........

The cap I built can take 30A of ripple current, AMAZING!!!
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Old 09-25-2006, 01:30 AM   #15797
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Wow, Vegas! What a trip A good time was had by all of us

I'm with Randy on this one, my car was awesome as well. I just can't figure out how to drive on carpet
I think I'm gonna have to get another car for asphault, and keep this one foam ready, shoot up to Raffels track a few times to get some real practice/testing time done with the car..
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Old 09-25-2006, 02:18 AM   #15798
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Any pics of Marc's rubber tire car of Vegas?
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Old 09-25-2006, 02:39 AM   #15799
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Haven't seen any pics, but I was told by Uwe that it was an MS he used.

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Old 09-25-2006, 03:30 AM   #15800
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So MR does not drive the MRE.....
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Old 09-25-2006, 03:44 AM   #15801
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So MR does not drive the MRE.....

Probably, as the MRE is more of a asphalt warrior than a carpet warrior.
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Old 09-25-2006, 11:39 AM   #15802
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Evening all,
Unfortunately due to me starting Uni in the next few days, I'm having to sell up my 415 . The link is below, and if anyones interested give me a shout.
415MSX

Cheers
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Old 09-25-2006, 03:24 PM   #15803
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Marc used a MRE for foam. He did try the MS for rubber, but I'm not sure if he stuck with it or not.
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Old 09-25-2006, 04:12 PM   #15804
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I don't know if this is the right place for this....

Folks I'm debating whether to sell my TRF415 MSX. This is an MS kit that have been converted into an MSX. If I decide to sell this I will also include all the spares both NIP and not with it... I need some feedback on how much I should ask for all of this...

I'm also starting on a TA05 project... don't know if I should staty with the 415 and just forget the TA05... or keep them both...

Thanks in Advance

1 - TRF415 MSX roller with 4mm Carpet chassis installed never ran.
1 - 415 original chassis never ran but CA'd
1 - used 415 ms chassis with all bulheads and chassis parts, barely used, looks new.
3 - NIP 5mm Aluminum Ball Connectors (blue)
1 - NIP Fluorine Coted 5mm Ball Connectors
1 - Clamp Type Aluminum Wheel Hub (5mm)
1 - NIP 5mm Shim Set
2 - NIP TRF415 Sticker
1 - NIP TA04 King Pin Set
3 - NIP 2.6X22mm Screw Pin
1 - NIP 2.6X10mm Screw Pin
1 - NIP TRF Damper Piston Rod
1 - NIP Cross Joint Assembly
4 - NIP TRF415 Low Friction Belt (Front)
3 - NIP TRF415 Low Friction Belt (Rear)
4 - NIP TA04 Hard Fron Upright
2 - NIP On-Road Tuned Hard Springs Set
4 - TA04 Ball Diff Plate Set
5 - NIP TRF415 Ball Diff Pulley (35t)
4 - TRF 414M C- hub Carrier 4 deg
1 - NIP 5.5 Aluminum Spacer Set
1 - NIP 5mm Short Adjuster
1 - NIP TB EVO IV Flourine Coated Ball - head king pin
1 - NIP TRF414m Ball Connector King Pin Set
2 - NIP TB EVO IV Wheel Axle
2 - NIP 42mm Lightweight Rear Swing Shaft (blue)
1 - NIP TRF 415 Diff Joint
3 - NIP TRF415 840 Bearing Holder
2 - NIP TRF415 1510 Bearing Holder
2 - NIP 3mm Lightweight Differential Ball Set
2 - ZS-501 Yokomo Diff Set
3 - ZS-506 Yokomo Diff Rings
1 - ZS-507 Yokomo
1 - ZD-505 Yokomo 3/32 Persision Diff Balls
1 - Out of Pack but never used DJ rear assembly
1 - NIB World Champion Assembly
1 - NIP TAKE OFF CS-32 GLR
1 - NIP RP RP36 GL
1 - Set of Almost new T-27 tires...

Plus loads of spares to put together a couple of new cars like the MS version and enough arms, etc... to last for a couple of seasons...

I went a little overboard on my purchase... see pics...
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Old 09-25-2006, 04:15 PM   #15805
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Old 09-25-2006, 04:18 PM   #15806
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Old 09-25-2006, 04:28 PM   #15807
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i bet u got enough parts to make another complete one
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Old 09-25-2006, 09:41 PM   #15808
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I don't know if this is the right place for this....

Folks I'm debating whether to sell my TRF415 MSX. This is an MS kit that have been converted into an MSX. If I decide to sell this I will also include all the spares both NIP and not with it... I need some feedback on how much I should ask for all of this...

I'm also starting on a TA05 project... don't know if I should staty with the 415 and just forget the TA05... or keep them both...

Thanks in Advance

1 - TRF415 MSX roller with 4mm Carpet chassis installed never ran.
1 - 415 original chassis never ran but CA'd
1 - used 415 ms chassis with all bulheads and chassis parts, barely used, looks new.
3 - NIP 5mm Aluminum Ball Connectors (blue)
1 - NIP Fluorine Coted 5mm Ball Connectors
1 - Clamp Type Aluminum Wheel Hub (5mm)
1 - NIP 5mm Shim Set
2 - NIP TRF415 Sticker
1 - NIP TA04 King Pin Set
3 - NIP 2.6X22mm Screw Pin
1 - NIP 2.6X10mm Screw Pin
1 - NIP TRF Damper Piston Rod
1 - NIP Cross Joint Assembly
4 - NIP TRF415 Low Friction Belt (Front)
3 - NIP TRF415 Low Friction Belt (Rear)
4 - NIP TA04 Hard Fron Upright
2 - NIP On-Road Tuned Hard Springs Set
4 - TA04 Ball Diff Plate Set
5 - NIP TRF415 Ball Diff Pulley (35t)
4 - TRF 414M C- hub Carrier 4 deg
1 - NIP 5.5 Aluminum Spacer Set
1 - NIP 5mm Short Adjuster
1 - NIP TB EVO IV Flourine Coated Ball - head king pin
1 - NIP TRF414m Ball Connector King Pin Set
2 - NIP TB EVO IV Wheel Axle
2 - NIP 42mm Lightweight Rear Swing Shaft (blue)
1 - NIP TRF 415 Diff Joint
3 - NIP TRF415 840 Bearing Holder
2 - NIP TRF415 1510 Bearing Holder
2 - NIP 3mm Lightweight Differential Ball Set
2 - ZS-501 Yokomo Diff Set
3 - ZS-506 Yokomo Diff Rings
1 - ZS-507 Yokomo
1 - ZD-505 Yokomo 3/32 Persision Diff Balls
1 - Out of Pack but never used DJ rear assembly
1 - NIB World Champion Assembly
1 - NIP TAKE OFF CS-32 GLR
1 - NIP RP RP36 GL
1 - Set of Almost new T-27 tires...

Plus loads of spares to put together a couple of new cars like the MS version and enough arms, etc... to last for a couple of seasons...

I went a little overboard on my purchase... see pics...
The 415MSX and TA05 are both good cars, but in reality, the 415MSX is head and shoulders above the TA05. You may want to consider selling your 415MSX and canceling the TA05 project and picking up a 415MSX MRE, you will not be disapointed. IMHO - Good Luck.
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Old 09-26-2006, 01:44 AM   #15809
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Evening all,
Unfortunately due to me starting Uni in the next few days, I'm having to sell up my 415 . The link is below, and if anyones interested give me a shout.
415MSX

Cheers
Dan Chambers
HI

I just checked the pics.. whats the best price you could qoute on that.
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Old 09-26-2006, 09:43 AM   #15810
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For those who have broken too many spool outdrive... he is my DIY MRE outdrive collar




Are those brass or plastic? What did you make them out of?

I've got a TiR spool and a bunch of delrin outdrives that I cannot use due to one of the aluminum sleeves being broken. I've been meaning to DIY something, just haven't made the time. Some info should get me inspired to make a sleeve!

Thanks for any help!
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