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Old 11-13-2006, 07:40 AM   #16396
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correct.... will work just fine. actually, the Alternated pulleys were actually orginally listed for the TA05, anyway...
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Old 11-13-2006, 08:02 AM   #16397
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No problem so did it work out for you? what changes did you make/not make?
I used a spool so I didn't change much because I didn't know how it would react. Otherwise, everything else was MRE stock except for:

Front shocks 60wt with AE yellows
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AND 50 grams of weight on the rear corners (just made weight too) damn, this car is light
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someone please tell me what is the size of the besring holding the spool? thanks
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Old 11-13-2006, 12:47 PM   #16400
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Hey guys, just thought I'd direct you lot to the new link in my sig (JAAD Racing). I have a few of their parts for the 415 on order(currently available through Precision RC), looking forward to trying them out, certainly look good.
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Hey Guys... another 415 MSX/MRE "Rookie" Question?

I see there are quite a few different suspension mounting blocks ie:

1A, 1B, 1C, 1X, 1D, 1XB ...etc.

I know they change the front/rear arm sweep/tow-in but, does anyone here have a chart or something showing what each different combination provides as far as tow angle/sweep..?

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Hey Guys... another 415 MSX/MRE "Rookie" Question?

I see there are quite a few different suspension mounting blocks ie:

1A, 1B, 1C, 1X, 1D, 1XB ...etc.

I know they change the front/rear arm sweep/tow-in but, does anyone here have a chart or something showing what each different combination provides as far as tow angle/sweep..?

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Thanks JR!! --- You too TryHard! That's exactly what I was looking for!

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Old 11-13-2006, 08:49 PM   #16404
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I have just got the centre pulley conversion kit from Precisionrc.
I noticed the lightweight centre shaft has nothing for a C clip, like the MSX. I take it that you don't need anything on either end holding the shaft in? Do you just add the bearings and holders on either end and just drop in? or did I miss something with the conversion? Can someone post a pic of the conversion at all? The one that precisionrc have on their website isn't clear enough for me to understand how it works.
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someone please tell me what is the size of the besring holding the spool? thanks
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Old 11-14-2006, 01:09 AM   #16406
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The bearing is 1510, (10x15mm)
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I have just got the centre pulley conversion kit from Precisionrc.
I noticed the lightweight centre shaft has nothing for a C clip, like the MSX. I take it that you don't need anything on either end holding the shaft in? Do you just add the bearings and holders on either end and just drop in? or did I miss something with the conversion? Can someone post a pic of the conversion at all? The one that precisionrc have on their website isn't clear enough for me to understand how it works.
The lightweight center shaft is shorter than the original with the c-clips but not long enough to go across the pully mount. The bearing holders that go on the ouside of the original shaft need to go on the inside of the pulley mount in order to reach accross. This is using the Tamiya TA05 lightweight shaft. I don't know if the precision RC one is the same but here is a picture that show what I mean, I'll try and find it and post it asap!
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Old 11-14-2006, 06:06 AM   #16408
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other RC selling JAAD Racing product(spool and out drive).the price is better than precisionrc

http://www.racing11.net/shop/index.p...h=23_28_54_159
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Hey, any suggestions on what pinion gear size to start with if I am running a Co27 stock motor? The tract is a carpet, with loks of turns. Spur gear is the stock, car is a MSX Rihienhart edition. Thanks!
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Old 11-14-2006, 02:35 PM   #16410
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The lightweight center shaft is shorter than the original with the c-clips but not long enough to go across the pully mount. The bearing holders that go on the ouside of the original shaft need to go on the inside of the pulley mount in order to reach accross. This is using the Tamiya TA05 lightweight shaft. I don't know if the precision RC one is the same but here is a picture that show what I mean, I'll try and find it and post it asap!
On my conversion!
I thought so, when I finally made it home I tried that prior to looking at your response and pic and it worked ok. Although the centre shaft really doesn't extend that much into the bearings it looks like it should be ok. Now I need shorter screws for my spur gear mount they extend through about 1mm past the spur gear holder where the delrin pulley is
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