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Old 05-11-2007, 02:48 PM   #18301
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Well the MRE has the 35Diff 16Pulley

do you change the diff pulley because the 36 is stronger? or just to change the internal...
Actually the MRE has 18t pulleys, but they are the alternated pulleys the would be the equivalent of a 36t pulley
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Old 05-11-2007, 03:09 PM   #18302
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Actually the MRE has 18t pulleys, but they are the alternated pulleys the would be the equivalent of a 36t pulley
algebratically they are 18T
technically they are 36T

If you count it is 18T but the pitch is twice of the 36T pulley so it is technically a 36T Pulley

and this has nothing to do with our subject
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it s 18t but same size as 36t(51212).
53935, low friction pulley comes with trf 415msxx.
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it s 18t but same size as 36t(51212).
53935, low friction pulley comes with trf 415msxx.
Yes that's right!
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Old 05-11-2007, 04:19 PM   #18305
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Doesnt MRE come with widepitch pulleys? and dont we call the widepitch pulleys the low firiction pulleys.
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Old 05-11-2007, 04:22 PM   #18306
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Doesnt MRE come with widepitch pulleys? and dont we call the widepitch pulleys the low firiction pulleys.
Yes but the package says "Alternated" pulley
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so they are the same part???
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Old 05-11-2007, 04:26 PM   #18308
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Yes but the package says "Alternated" pulley
The package says Wide Pitch Pulley.

tamiyausa.com says "alternated pulley"
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ok.... let me summarize

MRE has 36T wide pitch alternating diff pulleys with 16T center pulleys.
is this correct? which makes the internal 2.25?

MSX has 35T diff pulleys with 16T center which makes 2.187. Correct?
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ok.... let me summarize

MRE has 36T wide pitch alternating diff pulleys with 16T center pulleys.
is this correct? which makes the internal 2.25?

MSX has 35T diff pulleys with 16T center which makes 2.187. Correct?
correct
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Old 05-11-2007, 04:33 PM   #18311
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correct
then if we can come back to my original question..... oh hell I cant remember it
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then if we can come back to my original question..... oh hell I cant remember it
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Exclamation Marc Rheinard or Josh Numan

So I guess I really haven't paid much attention lately but does Marc Rheinard or Josh Numan still race for Tamiya? Do either have their own website for setups or upcoming events of these top cats? And if not then why not? Why can't Tamiya promote their racers more? I mean where's the hype?!
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So I guess I really haven't paid much attention lately but does Marc Rheinard or Josh Numan still race for Tamiya? Do either have their own website for setups or upcoming events of these top cats? And if not then why not? Why can't Tamiya promote their racers more? I mean where's the hype?!
Yes both still race for Tamiya.
You can go to Tamiya USA's website, on the top of the page under the banner, there is a radio control tab, click there and you'll see a TRF race center, there are some set-ups there.
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Default MRE REAR BELT

I'm looking for the MRE rear belt. Anybody? Need it ASAP or sooner!
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