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Old 03-07-2007, 07:07 PM   #17806
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hi guys want to ask this i want to use spool can i just buy this RC TRF415 Fnt Direct Coupling - Spool part#49358 and put this into my 415(1st version)? Will my black front universals(42mm) will fit? also what front pulley should i put? can i put my existing front oneway pulley when i have this RC TRF415 Fnt Direct Coupling - Spool?
as long as it is not the MRE spool it will fit with your original 415 you can use the existing pulley of your one-way with the spool just remove it from the one way housing and install it with your spool
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Old 03-07-2007, 07:30 PM   #17807
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No, I posted that it binds with the 46mm outdrives, so I am running 42mm at the moment. However it makes the ball cups on the diff shift around too much, and can almost pop the outdrive from it.
OK. But I think you'll be right to go back to 46mm with D-D or even E-D if you want to run a little inboard toe.
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Old 03-07-2007, 08:52 PM   #17808
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can anyone please help, I'm using 48Pitch 72T spur, i try to get FDR at 10.20 something, i have 15T pinion and it wont reach the spur, any recomended 48 spur to be used, Thanks in advance
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Old 03-07-2007, 09:15 PM   #17809
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OK. But I think you'll be right to go back to 46mm with D-D or even E-D if you want to run a little inboard toe.
Yeah, I think so as well. Got a friend ordering some so should be able to test it soon.
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Old 03-07-2007, 09:47 PM   #17810
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can anyone please help, I'm using 48Pitch 72T spur, i try to get FDR at 10.20 something, i have 15T pinion and it wont reach the spur, any recomended 48 spur to be used, Thanks in advance
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Are you using brushless motor ?
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Old 03-07-2007, 11:37 PM   #17811
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as long as it is not the MRE spool it will fit with your original 415 you can use the existing pulley of your one-way with the spool just remove it from the one way housing and install it with your spool
thanks sir buboy28. im from philippines, NERCC..
and how about fitting the direct center pulley here's the part #53708.
can i just buy it and put it in? i noticed that the direct pulley is larger and has no division. will it fit into my stock center shaft?
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Old 03-07-2007, 11:44 PM   #17812
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... direct center pulley here's the part #53708.
...will it fit into my stock center shaft?
it will fit and the belts won't rub .... until the pulley is worn. Mine shows terrible wear on the rear-belt side but nothing on the front-belt side
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it will fit and the belts won't rub .... until the pulley is worn. Mine shows terrible wear on the rear-belt side but nothing on the front-belt side
oh thanks. cool.. now i can get and try to run spool..
thanks,..
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Old 03-08-2007, 06:45 AM   #17814
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Check this out :

http://www.arroyoc.com/index.cfm?fus...ear&isflash=No

Are you using brushless motor ?
Actually just go directly to http://www.gearchart.com , that above link is an old link and was supposed to redirect you to gearchart.com ..I guess I horked up the redirect somewhere along the way!!
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Old 03-08-2007, 09:05 PM   #17815
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Old 03-09-2007, 09:49 PM   #17816
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Hi guy's

Can anyone tell me what effect changing from 3 degrees toe in to 1 degree toe in on the rear of my MRE.
I run modified.
Before XD/1B and 0* deg Hub = 3 degree's toe in rear
changed to 1B/1D with a 0* hub = 1 degree toe in rear

Will this give me a better control on a fast outdoor track with good grip.
Any input would be great.

Also does anyone know the standard setup with front and rear blocks please.

Thanks
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Old 03-09-2007, 10:41 PM   #17817
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to quote from the Hudy setup book.

Rear Toe

"Increasing
(more toe-in)
Increases understeer.
More stable exiting on-power at corner exit and braking.
Less chance of losing rear traction .
Decreases top speed.

Decreasing
(less toe-in)
Less stable at on-power corner exit and braking.
More chance of losing rear traction.
Increases top speed."
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Old 03-10-2007, 11:17 AM   #17818
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TRF it depends on where you are changing it to some degree.

Inboard toe while it helps stabilize the car it also helps unsettle it entry to mid corner when you are running higher degrees of toe. At midcorner initial throttle applications you will see a little more rotation but then settle to more traction as the weight balance fully shifts.

Out board toe has a greater effect onpower as the hubs are driving at a wider stance to the hinge pin/arm/hub combination of inboard toe.

You will need to do a little testing and source some parts but 2d of toe with 1d n the hub and 1d of inboard is not the same as all inboard or all hub toe.
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Old 03-10-2007, 02:15 PM   #17819
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Guys,

I want to put the Evo 5 Steering on the 415 with 4mm chassis. I have the original 415 that was updated with the MSX conversion. Now the 4mm chassis. I want to drill and countersink new holes for the repositioned steering posts.

I have all the parts:
9804266 MRE steering posts
9808066 MRE Steering Arms w/bearings
3454396 MRE Steering Bridge
4024004 MRE Upper Deck

I think this should work then. Question, is the servo in a different position? Any other clearance issues?
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Old 03-11-2007, 01:42 AM   #17820
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i have just purchased a 415 and wondering wat hopups are a good idea to get .
heres sum piks
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