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Old 01-18-2007, 08:31 AM   #17086
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can anyone tell where I can buy new belts for the MR? I broke my front one and don't know the partnumber...

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Old 01-18-2007, 10:01 AM   #17087
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Setup for shorter arms

OK, just ordered a set of reversable short arms for my MRE has anyone got an awesome setup sheet they can forward me for carpet and rubber running 27t or 19t with a oneway.

I have also read somewhere that you have to change the suspension blocks to make the car wider when running the short arms as the driveshafts will not fit in. This sounds a little contradicted as you are making the car wider again? Unless you get more arm movement or something.

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Old 01-18-2007, 10:04 AM   #17088
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Here are the belt part numbers: 6245013 Front
6245014 Rear

Thats from the manual
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Old 01-18-2007, 11:38 AM   #17089
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Here are the belt part numbers: 6245013 Front
6245014 Rear

Thats from the manual
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Thanx! I couldn't find the partnumbers from the manual at any shop. With the link above I do now! Do the 'regular' MSX belts also fit on the MR??
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Old 01-18-2007, 01:05 PM   #17090
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Can some one please tell me what part number for the metal outdrives for the MRE/MSX tamiya Spool. I keep breaking mine and was wondering if there is a outdrive in metal or titanium, or what other brands fit onto the tamiya spool.Also with all the guy's using metal out drives have you had no problems with them.
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Hey Addam, Maybe this will help. I just bought these metal outdrives for the spool:
http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/produc...ducts_id=19311

Good place to order Tamiya stuff.

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Old 01-18-2007, 01:14 PM   #17091
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Thanx! I couldn't find the partnumbers from the manual at any shop. With the link above I do now! Do the 'regular' MSX belts also fit on the MR??
The belts are different because the MSX is 35T and the MRE is 36T. Here's a place you can find belts for both cars and the prices are real good. I get my stuff here all the time: http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/produc...ducts_id=19311

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Old 01-18-2007, 01:21 PM   #17092
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Belts work on both. Im using MSX belts on my MRE, until my new MRE belts come in. Its been discussed a few pages back, from memory, the differences were a slightly different shaped tooth, but both work just fine. I have a lineup of diffs (so i dont have to rebuild at anystage at the track) and some have the MRE pulleys and some have the TA05 pulleys, but either will work. Cant recall if there is a difference in length (i think there is) but the adjusters will take out the difference no matter which belt you go for. HTH
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Old 01-18-2007, 03:55 PM   #17093
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Hey Addam, Maybe this will help. I just bought these metal outdrives for the spool:
http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/produc...ducts_id=19311

Good place to order Tamiya stuff.

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Old 01-18-2007, 04:36 PM   #17094
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which model 415 trf would be suited to a small indoor carpet track?
or is the trf suited to larger tracks?
what parts would be essential to have in my spares box too?
sorry about the questions but the trf thread is huge i would be here for weeks reading
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Old 01-18-2007, 05:46 PM   #17095
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The car will square up better and your laptimes will be faster
I am using the short arms on both carpet and asphalt with rubber tires.....
if using the revrsible short arms, will the 46mm swing shaft work or do you have to change it also to 42mm
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good luck with your new ride.

Thanks Bro!!......... I'm Hooked!........... And now I have 2 of them. MRE and the MSX.

Can't wait to run them outdoors. Two set-ups, Spool and the other One-Way.

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alex valdes in the house whats up bro. welcome to team blue im not givin up on my 415 for carpet just yet. i found some strong ball studs gonna test em out when they arrive.
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alex valdes in the house whats up bro. welcome to team blue im not givin up on my 415 for carpet just yet. i found some strong ball studs gonna test em out when they arrive.
Very cool Bro!!.......... We have the new layout down at SSH............ Madness on Sat. and SSH on Sunday.......... Isn't life grand.

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cool. good luck at madness. see ya sunday. i love new layouts. and yes, life is grand
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if using the revrsible short arms, will the 46mm swing shaft work or do you have to change it also to 42mm

With the EVO 5 shorter arms you can still run 46 mm, but is maybe a bit tight (front). I have right now 46mm rear and 42 mm in front (with 415 MSX oneway - on carpet) on my car and that has worked OK for me...
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