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Old 10-13-2006, 03:32 AM   #16036
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RW spurs and pinions for me... expensive, but the the best I've used
I used to think exactly like this myself until I bought a couple for my TRF and found that sizes of around 90 teeth and higher (64dp) were completely on the piss! So I just use Kimbrough ones now.
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Old 10-13-2006, 04:28 AM   #16037
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Interesting, not had that problem myself
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Old 10-13-2006, 01:34 PM   #16038
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Hi Guy's Yep I'm Back !

Need the part # or #'s For the Complete MRE Steering Bridge and setup and maybe a Pic and is this better than the MSX ?

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Also I am looking to buy Used TRF415MSX Cars Rollers ok. I am looking for one right now and More later.
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Old 10-13-2006, 02:23 PM   #16039
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i tried looking for all of the turnbuckle lengths and quantity, but no luck. can somebody please tell me what i'll need to buy for the MRE so i can replace with titanium? i don't want to break the seal on the box till i have what i need

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Old 10-13-2006, 02:29 PM   #16040
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Old 10-13-2006, 02:33 PM   #16041
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found what i was looking for:

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

thanks JayL!

I've had this box sitting here since it came out, and i'm still deciding if i should open it up and build it or not - and here i am already buying "hop ups" for it!!

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Old 10-13-2006, 03:55 PM   #16042
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lol, you are as bad as me..I had hop -ups for it before it arrived...
You should see my work bench now, I am building a 18t and a mugen mtx-4 ..hop -ups everywhere
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Old 10-13-2006, 05:18 PM   #16043
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LOL, i know, it's sick isnt' it! i think i have every spare part available for the MRE and i haven't even opened it up yet. what's worse, is i'm still not sure if i'm going to open it or not! i still love my MSX!

i hope you don't think your going to drive that Mugen at Speedworld - i don't think that track can handle that much speed!
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LOL, i know, it's sick isnt' it! i think i have every spare part available for the MRE and i haven't even opened it up yet. what's worse, is i'm still not sure if i'm going to open it or not! i still love my MSX!

i hope you don't think your going to drive that Mugen at Speedworld - i don't think that track can handle that much speed!
You guys are wierd ...strap on a set and build your cars ....you make me want to drive a Losi
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Old 10-13-2006, 06:39 PM   #16045
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Who does xenon in the uk?
I think you'll find the xenon spur gears and pinion gears are distributed under the trickbits banner, try DMS, the pinions are nice with the multi grub screw options...
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IT WORKS BEAUTIFULLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That's all I have to say...
Thats weird, tried fitting my one-way from the 415 and as the white pulleys are wider in the middle (where the balls would go if it were a diff), it was a very tight fit between the bulkheads, loosening the bulkheads it could be squeezed in but was too tight to run free....??
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Thats weird, tried fitting my one-way from the 415 and as the white pulleys are wider in the middle (where the balls would go if it were a diff), it was a very tight fit between the bulkheads, loosening the bulkheads it could be squeezed in but was too tight to run free....??
I used a drill press and a dremel wheel to "mill out" an equal amount on each side of the pulley, wasn't much i.e. didn't really comprimise the pulley, been using it ever since with no issues.
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Until the new 415 MRE oneway comes, we use the old one and take of 0.5 mm on each side of the new pullies in a lathe.

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I have an MSX conversion coming for my 415 and I am wondering if it changes the body mount locations?

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