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Old 02-09-2007, 09:56 PM   #17476
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Old 02-09-2007, 10:08 PM   #17477
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ok, i am going thu the manual, but am not too sure of some of the parts i require.

will a TA05 fron direct coupling work in the 415msxx??
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Old 02-09-2007, 10:21 PM   #17478
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ok, i am going thu the manual, but am not too sure of some of the parts i require.

will a TA05 fron direct coupling work in the 415msxx??
No TA05 is not a 415
on the top 4 pages of the manual it shows assembly instructions for the different cars that make the MRE different from the MSX
Let me find it all for you.

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Old 02-09-2007, 10:42 PM   #17479
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Here are parts needed to put the MRE drive train in a TRF415

TRF415 MRE Spool:
3454401 Direct holder x 1
9804268 Direct cup x 1
9804267 Direct coupling x 1
53936 Alternated one way pulley x 1
9805776 2 x 9.8 shaft x 1 pkg
53583 3 x 6mm round head screw x 1 pkg


TRF415MSX MRE locked center shaft:
3454395 Direct center shaft x 1
3455643 spur gear stopper x 1
53534 3 x 8mm countersunk screw x 1 pkg
51213 16T pulley x 1 pkg
50589 5mm e clip x 1

Full conversion needs these parts as well
53935 Alternated diff pulley x 1
6245013 Drive belt (long) x 1
6245014 Drive belt (short) x 1



Optional parts
if you want the upper heatsink (TRF415MSX kits only) this is it, and you need the following:
3454404 Aluminum upper brace (heatsink style) x 1
9804263 Aluminum Bearing holder x 1 pkg
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Does anybody know or have a chart of the msx suspension blocks.Bought a car with a lot of suspension blocks for fine tuneing.But do not know what all the letters mean.My last car just said what degree they were ,these have a lot of diffrent letters do not know what they mean,thanks.
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Does anybody know or have a chart of the msx suspension blocks.Bought a car with a lot of suspension blocks for fine tuneing.But do not know what all the letters mean.My last car just said what degree they were ,these have a lot of diffrent letters do not know what they mean,thanks.Oh almost forgot if anybody has one can you email me chart thanks
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Does anybody know or have a chart of the msx suspension blocks.Bought a car with a lot of suspension blocks for fine tuneing.But do not know what all the letters mean.My last car just said what degree they were ,these have a lot of diffrent letters do not know what they mean,thanks.
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Old 02-10-2007, 12:27 AM   #17483
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Does anybody know or have a chart of the msx suspension blocks.Bought a car with a lot of suspension blocks for fine tuneing.But do not know what all the letters mean.My last car just said what degree they were ,these have a lot of diffrent letters do not know what they mean,thanks.Oh almost forgot if anybody has one can you email me chart thanks
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Old 02-10-2007, 06:01 AM   #17484
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Can anyone tell me about that new MSXX? Is it made for carpet or asphal racing...??

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Old 02-10-2007, 06:13 AM   #17485
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Tarmac racing because i think it has a thinner chassis

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Thanks. When i bought my MRE last autumn it was clear at that car was made for asphalt, but i was`t sure about that new MSXX... that double one-way make me thing that purpose
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Old 02-10-2007, 10:16 PM   #17487
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I ran the car at the track today, everything was fine. When I was on my last battery pack of the day, the car started to push crazy after 2 minutes of running. I took the car off the track, and I found out the rear diff got so tight by itself. Before that battery pack, the diff was very smooth and free. I got home, took the diff apart, inspected all the parts, it looked okay. I washed everything and put the diff back together. I tighten it until the point the diff does not slip. However, it does not rotate as free as before. What's wrong?
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I ran the car at the track today, everything was fine. When I was on my last battery pack of the day, the car started to push crazy after 2 minutes of running. I took the car off the track, and I found out the rear diff got so tight by itself. Before that battery pack, the diff was very smooth and free. I got home, took the diff apart, inspected all the parts, it looked okay. I washed everything and put the diff back together. I tighten it until the point the diff does not slip. However, it does not rotate as free as before. What's wrong?
Thrust bearing, or the 2 bearings in the center of the diff.
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There could be a high-spot on the diff rings, you could sand them with 600grit on a flat surface. Bearings in side the diff or the thrust bearing has gone like tamiyaracer said.

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I have looked back the past 10 pages and found nothing, who has been using Evo V arms on their MSX?

I am looking at getting the arms and 42mm uni shafts, but anyone else tried the different toe blocks method? Part numbers if possible please.
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