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Old 03-28-2007, 10:27 PM   #17986
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Anyone using Fr 1way for the MRE? What are the parts (part no.) needed to buy the conversion? I am quite confuse, some uses the Ta05 oneway gear and some use the 415.

From what i research the following is all i know,
Tamiya (#53704) TRF 415 Lightweight Front OneWay Cap Joint
TAMIYA (#53947) TRF415 MSX ONE-WAY

Tamiya (#53936) TA05 Wide Pitch Front One-Way Pulley (36T Size) OR
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TAMIYA (#51054) TRF415 FRONT ONE-WAY PULLEY (35T)

so which one fits better?
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Old 03-29-2007, 03:09 AM   #17987
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Anyone using Fr 1way for the MRE? What are the parts (part no.) needed to buy the conversion? I am quite confuse, some uses the Ta05 oneway gear and some use the 415.

From what i research the following is all i know,
Tamiya (#53704) TRF 415 Lightweight Front OneWay Cap Joint
TAMIYA (#53947) TRF415 MSX ONE-WAY

Tamiya (#53936) TA05 Wide Pitch Front One-Way Pulley (36T Size) OR
OR
TAMIYA (#51054) TRF415 FRONT ONE-WAY PULLEY (35T)

so which one fits better?
TAMIYA (#53947) TRF415 MSX ONE-WAY
Tamiya (#53936) TA05 Wide Pitch Front One-Way Pulley (36T Size)

These two are the ones you want. Do not try to fit a 35T pulley on the MR one way, it won't.
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Old 03-29-2007, 03:22 AM   #17988
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Anyone using Fr 1way for the MRE? What are the parts (part no.) needed to buy the conversion? I am quite confuse, some uses the Ta05 oneway gear and some use the 415.

From what i research the following is all i know,
Tamiya (#53704) TRF 415 Lightweight Front OneWay Cap Joint
TAMIYA (#53947) TRF415 MSX ONE-WAY

Tamiya (#53936) TA05 Wide Pitch Front One-Way Pulley (36T Size) OR
OR
TAMIYA (#51054) TRF415 FRONT ONE-WAY PULLEY (35T)

so which one fits better?
use 36T pully need change belts
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Old 03-29-2007, 03:49 AM   #17989
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use 36T pully need change belts
erm so i need a belt change?
So should i run 23T stock motor with spool or 1way?
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Old 03-29-2007, 04:08 AM   #17990
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erm so i need a belt change?
Depends what car are you running ? MSX or MRE ? I understood that you were using the MRE am I right ? If so no need to change the belt.
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Depends what car are you running ? MSX or MRE ? I understood that you were using the MRE am I right ? If so no need to change the belt.
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Old 03-29-2007, 04:28 AM   #17992
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Another question is should i also change the center 1way?
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Old 03-29-2007, 09:06 AM   #17993
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guys, can i use ta 05 or trf 415 ms plastic rear hub on my MSX???? b'cos i wrecked my MSX's alum rear hub and my LHS out of stock that item. is the geometry will change???? please PM me bcos i'm not on line regularly....thanks guys...
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guys, can i use ta 05 or trf 415 ms plastic rear hub on my MSX???? b'cos i wrecked my MSX's alum rear hub and my LHS out of stock that item. is the geometry will change???? please PM me bcos i'm not on line regularly....thanks guys...
The MS part will fit, because they have the same bearing size as the MSX. The TA05 uses the older suspension from the TA04/414, so no.
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Old 03-29-2007, 05:33 PM   #17995
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Anyone using Fr 1way for the MRE? What are the parts (part no.) needed to buy the conversion? I am quite confuse, some uses the Ta05 oneway gear and some use the 415.

From what i research the following is all i know,
Tamiya (#53704) TRF 415 Lightweight Front OneWay Cap Joint
TAMIYA (#53947) TRF415 MSX ONE-WAY

Tamiya (#53936) TA05 Wide Pitch Front One-Way Pulley (36T Size) OR
OR
TAMIYA (#51054) TRF415 FRONT ONE-WAY PULLEY (35T)

so which one fits better?
Very simple. If you use the 415 MSX 1-way or spool, you must use the black 415 pulley.

If you use the 415 MSX - MRE 1-way or spool, you must use the white TA05 regular or wide pitch (less notches) pulley.

Trying to use any other way will need modifications.

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guys, can i use ta 05 or trf 415 ms plastic rear hub on my MSX???? b'cos i wrecked my MSX's alum rear hub and my LHS out of stock that item. is the geometry will change???? please PM me bcos i'm not on line regularly....thanks guys...
The MSX plastic hub only will work. I belioeve the plastic hub is 1 degree toe in (will have a 1L i=on the left and 1R on the right hub). Check your aluminum hub to see if there is a 1L and a 1R on them, or just 0. If they are zero degree, then you will need to change the rear suspension block to get the same toe in. Also measure the height of the plastic vs. Aluminum hub. The plastic is taller so if you use the same shims under the camber link ball nut your roll center will be different.
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A TA05 hub from a lightweight suspension set (such as on a TA05R) will fit as well.
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do i need center 1way if i install front 1way? what's the use of center 1way? sorry still learning.
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Guys...quick question...Is the main chassis of the MRE the same as that of the MSXX?

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Guys...quick question...Is the main chassis of the MRE the same as that of the MSXX?

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in a way,,,,the msxx chassis is thinner and uses the evo 5 bumper
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Guys...quick question...Is the main chassis of the MRE the same as that of the MSXX?

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Hole positions are the same... except that the MSXX use the Evo5 style front bumper. Also the MSXX is 2mm, not 2.5mm thick.

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