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Old 05-17-2007, 09:39 PM   #18391
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That gearing should work fine. If the track is real tight, you could drop a tooth but you'll lose a little of the top end depending on the size of the straight. The novak 5.5 is worth checking out also. That motor is real smooth.
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Old 05-17-2007, 10:22 PM   #18392
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Frost: For the 4.5, try 102 x 25. That should get you real close.
i think with 102 spur and 25 pinion will give your FDR 8.92 -- running this FDR with 6 cells means thermal shutdown.......... ask charlie Novak for 4.5R recomendation...............
I will start with 22 pinion it gave you FDR 10.13 and latter on you can increse the pinion
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Old 05-17-2007, 11:34 PM   #18393
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I think you missed my point. Just making a joke

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No kidding, there is an ultra hard spring.
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Old 05-18-2007, 02:35 AM   #18394
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looks like coming fresh out of the pimp my ride show...

For the TA05MS, I hope this wont be the 416 setup... I think the center motor mount pushes the batteries outside plus you have to route your receiver wires around the motor which is always a pain.

For the 416 All I want to see is stuff added to the Avid. Form fit chassis so stuff wont move around, large axle bearings (Ill live with the old 5x11s), some sorf of boot over the cvds and for god sake toe blocks with degrees on them not the alphabet...
Agreed on the 416 vs 05MS.... my opinion is that a) the motor is too far forward, b) with it so far forward it pushes the batteries off centre.

Wouldn't mind bigger bearings (10x5's seem pretty standard on a lot of other cars).

But the toe blocks, I certainly prefer the current system and for a good reason. Because you can adjust both the front and rear block, how can you say that one block gives x-amount toe-in. If your running a narrower front block, and then change to another rear block, you just going to get confused by numbers... and which one do you call as 0? Currently you just need to remember the order they go (E, D, C, B, A, X, XA, XB, XC, XD wide - narrow) and that theres 0.5deg between each block. Quite simple in my book really.

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Old 05-18-2007, 03:03 AM   #18395
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that gearing should work just fine i guess if your a really smooth driver because i have never seen jstark thermal once
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Old 05-18-2007, 04:22 AM   #18396
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Hi,

I have 415MRE. Want to know what is the part number for the rear ball pulley WP? And what is the part number for non WP?
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Old 05-18-2007, 05:39 AM   #18397
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I have 415MRE. Want to know what is the part number for the rear ball pulley WP? And what is the part number for non WP?
This ?
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Old 05-18-2007, 08:46 AM   #18398
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Anyone know if this will fit the MSX? http://cgi.ebay.com/TOBEE-20700-Reve...QQcmdZViewItem

I get confused with what fits from the TA05 parts.

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Old 05-18-2007, 10:08 AM   #18399
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Anyone know if this will fit the MSX? http://cgi.ebay.com/TOBEE-20700-Reve...QQcmdZViewItem

I get confused with what fits from the TA05 parts.

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i dont think it'll fit. it looks like its for the OLD style suspension. the axles for the lightweight suspension is rounded off.
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Old 05-18-2007, 10:28 AM   #18400
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IC. Thanks Bro!
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Old 05-18-2007, 02:38 PM   #18401
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Agreed on the 416 vs 05MS.... my opinion is that a) the motor is too far forward, b) with it so far forward it pushes the batteries off centre.

Wouldn't mind bigger bearings (10x5's seem pretty standard on a lot of other cars).

But the toe blocks, I certainly prefer the current system and for a good reason. Because you can adjust both the front and rear block, how can you say that one block gives x-amount toe-in. If your running a narrower front block, and then change to another rear block, you just going to get confused by numbers... and which one do you call as 0? Currently you just need to remember the order they go (E, D, C, B, A, X, XA, XB, XC, XD wide - narrow) and that theres 0.5deg between each block. Quite simple in my book really.

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You are right about the current toe blocks being easy and I forgot to say that my bad and especially if you are changing width that is the only way. I just feel having the front fixed and changing the rear woudl be simpler albeit not as efficient...

on a second note I probably wouldnt said that if I had the blocks I have now all arrived yesterday. I am confused, yes, but I ll Live....

one question though. I have checked your web site and you have the blocks listed. you have the widths of the blocks do you have the total width of the car with certain blocks... (For ex. say if you put 1D on the back you are at 189mm and so on... etc..)

By the way any news on the 416 yet...
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Old 05-19-2007, 03:08 AM   #18402
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back to the 415 topic, anyone with a gtb that would like to post a picture of its installation on the mre or msxx? what to do with the lousy cap? every installation I think ends up with the cap flying around... anyone with a 'clean' one?

moreover, any hint for a start point on the gear ratio for a 3.5R 5 cell?

thanks!
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back to the 415 topic, anyone with a gtb that would like to post a picture of its installation on the mre or msxx? what to do with the lousy cap? every installation I think ends up with the cap flying around... anyone with a 'clean' one?

moreover, any hint for a start point on the gear ratio for a 3.5R 5 cell?

thanks!
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Novak GTB 3.5R, FDR: 11.80 with 6 cells i think is a good start. Start from there see how the track condition, you can still increase the pinion later on depending on how large is the track........... There is one issues with Stock MSX spur, given the stock one 102 (64p), the max pinion you can put on this spur is 21. Below 21, pinion will not reach the spur.......

Internal ratio on MSX: 2.187, 102-spur/21-pinion*(2.187-internal ratio)=10.62 FDR, this FDR ration i think is not a good starting point, you might risking thermal shoutdown.
The solution is to change larger spur gear--i change mine to 48pitch using 79 spur gear and 15 pinion, this is also the smalest pinion i can go, below 15 pinion wont touch the spur either..............

With 79 spur gear, the spur sit just right............i think 80T spur gear will also fit but risking the spur damage easily, because it sit really on the bottom of the chasis.........
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Old 05-19-2007, 09:11 AM   #18404
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here are a couple of pics of my mre:

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back to the 415 topic, anyone with a gtb that would like to post a picture of its installation on the mre or msxx? what to do with the lousy cap? every installation I think ends up with the cap flying around... anyone with a 'clean' one?

moreover, any hint for a start point on the gear ratio for a 3.5R 5 cell?

thanks!
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Yes 6 Cell 3.5R in 11.8 start ,5 Cell about 11.0
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