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Old 06-21-2007, 07:39 PM   #18691
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Then I guess they're coming out with new rear axles too. So many new parts yet to be released.
Maybe they just go back to 414 suspension's axle, which is longer than LW suspension's axle...
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Old 06-22-2007, 02:06 AM   #18692
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Can you kindly give me the different belt sizes for the 415, 415mre, 415msx , front and rear please.

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who would like to sell 415 MRE or MSXX to me at a low price. im from philippines,.. pm me
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Thanks for the answers on the servo horn guys.
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Old 06-22-2007, 08:31 AM   #18695
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Can you kindly give me the different belt sizes for the 415, 415mre, 415msx , front and rear please.

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Hi, I'm not very sure of the size though,but I know all tamiya belts for the 415 range can be used as the belts can be tension using the cams on on the bulkheads.
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Old 06-22-2007, 11:06 AM   #18696
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Can you kindly give me the different belt sizes for the 415, 415mre, 415msx , front and rear please.

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the MRE MSXX belts are alittle longer and have a different tooth profile...

but as was said, I have run all the belts on the new 36t setup, just have to adjust tension
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Old 06-23-2007, 02:46 AM   #18697
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Hello,

SQUARE makes the aluminum servo horns, which fits to the Tamiya High Torque Servo saver (which isn't so bad with the alu horn!).



I have some of them in stock for europe (www.rc-square.de)
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Old 06-24-2007, 03:56 AM   #18698
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Hello,

SQUARE makes the aluminum servo horns, which fits to the Tamiya High Torque Servo saver (which isn't so bad with the alu horn!).



I have some of them in stock for europe (www.rc-square.de)
Cool, I didn't know Square had an European site. I always used their Japanese site and guessed descriptions.

Hmmm, the English site is pretty broken. Might stick with the Japanese site.
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SQUARE makes the aluminum servo horns, which fits to the Tamiya High Torque Servo saver (which isn't so bad with the alu horn!).



I have some of them in stock for europe (www.rc-square.de)
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Hello,

just translated into english: http://www.rc-square.de/english/squa...ccessories.htm

Does anybody has the TRF415MSXX SSG carbonchassisplates, which were limited ITEMS on the last hobby fair in Shizuoka?
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just translated into english: http://www.rc-square.de/english/squa...ccessories.htm

Does anybody has the TRF415MSXX SSG carbonchassisplates, which were limited ITEMS on the last hobby fair in Shizuoka?
OMG if I had the money, I would so want a BBS steering wheel for my controller. With Tamiya Blue caliper!
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the MRE MSXX belts are alittle longer and have a different tooth profile...

but as was said, I have run all the belts on the new 36t setup, just have to adjust tension
Yes MRE & MSXX belt is longer 1 teeth
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Had my first successful race weekend with my new set-up on my MSX, switching from 19t brushed to 4.5 brushless. The car is in creditably quick and handled very well. I came in second in the main, got beat by new Xray with a 3.5. My question is about the belts, I still run the belts that came with the car and check the tension after every run, but during my first heat I could hear an unnatural sound coming from the vehicle and about four minutes into the heat the vehicle slowed down as if the batteries had dumped. When I got back to the pits I noticed the the front end was spinning more than the front and figured the rear diff had failed, but after further inspection I realized that I had the belts teeth clean! Is this because of the torque of the motor or could it because I've switched the diff pulleys to the 36t alternated variant?
Also how long should I expect the delrin drive cups to last on the front spool with the bl motor I'm using?
Thanks in advance.
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Had my first successful race weekend with my new set-up on my MSX, switching from 19t brushed to 4.5 brushless. The car is in creditably quick and handled very well. I came in second in the main, got beat by new Xray with a 3.5. My question is about the belts, I still run the belts that came with the car and check the tension after every run, but during my first heat I could hear an unnatural sound coming from the vehicle and about four minutes into the heat the vehicle slowed down as if the batteries had dumped. When I got back to the pits I noticed the the front end was spinning more than the front and figured the rear diff had failed, but after further inspection I realized that I had the belts teeth clean! Is this because of the torque of the motor or could it because I've switched the diff pulleys to the 36t alternated variant?
Also how long should I expect the delrin drive cups to last on the front spool with the bl motor I'm using?
Thanks in advance.
Since your running the MSX, the fixed center pulley is still aluminum, those teeth become sharp after a while, then wears your belts faster. Also with Mod, I don't think the alternated pulleys are very good. Use the new belts if your going to use the new pulleys.

The delrin drive cups don't last very long, I would consider buying multiple sets as spares.
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Old 06-25-2007, 06:49 PM   #18705
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I changed the center shaft to the MRE setup, do still have too worry about the pulleys sharpening?
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