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Old 10-05-2007, 02:01 PM   #19306
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If you are looking for that good carpet car, I have the 415 with all part, and 4mm lower deck for sale. $150 Take a look over in rc sale.

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Old 10-05-2007, 03:34 PM   #19307
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Has anyone run a TA05MS and 415 back to back? I am probably going to pick up a TRF415MSXX MRE (yeah its a mouth full) but I already have a TA05MS. I am very curious to see the handling differences.
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Has anyone run a TA05MS and 415 back to back? I am probably going to pick up a TRF415MSXX MRE (yeah its a mouth full) but I already have a TA05MS. I am very curious to see the handling differences.
you should wait for the 416
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are the white low friction belts stronger than the black ones?
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Old 10-08-2007, 02:14 AM   #19311
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also if i buy these:

http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/produc...ducts_id=23030
http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/produc...ducts_id=20782

would i be able to make a spool for my MSX? I have a one way in it now.....can i still use that pulley?

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Old 10-08-2007, 02:46 AM   #19312
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well, had a reasonably good days racing yesterday. Car was fast, and had a really good balance.

Settled on a few choices for next weekend, and made a few tweaks to the setup to get the car working better on the Vtec27's (loosening up the rear mainly).

Didn't manage to try the locked one-way joints, I'll have to try them some other time. Given how well the car was going with the standard dual one-ways (lots of entry steering, but nice and stable), I didn't want to change loads before next weekend.

Still runing a setup very close to the one from last year's carpet wars, except for some slight changes to the shocks (still not settled on which combo to go for.. heavier or lighter oil), steering spacer, rear camber links, and rear toe blocks.

Now just need to get some new cells (4 packs of EP's are on their way..) and I'm all set!

Here's hoping for a good one for the coming weekend.

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also if i buy these:

http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/produc...ducts_id=23030
http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/produc...ducts_id=20782

would i be able to make a spool for my MSX? I have a one way in it now.....can i still use that pulley?

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whats the coupling for?
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whats the coupling for?
to avoid the delrin outdrives coming wide open....
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can i use my original oneway pulley with the spool?

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hi guys
anyone useing the orion 4800 lipo in a msxx.it looks like you have to cut the lump in the rear metal part where the battery shape is.do you have to file or cut the cross piece aswell.

any pics would be great
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hi guys
anyone useing the orion 4800 lipo in a msxx.it looks like you have to cut the lump in the rear metal part where the battery shape is.do you have to file or cut the cross piece aswell.

any pics would be great
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you can't run the orion 4800 in the MSXX. There is a screwhole going through that part of the aluminum bulkhead that you should not grind off.
The only way to get it to fit is to buy the MSXX stick pack chassis conversion.
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ok thanks for the advice ill have a look at the convertion before i go out and buy lipos.
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