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Old 12-06-2007, 04:52 AM   #19471
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hey guys, preparing my 415msxmre currently. havent got my servo yet, but im wondering if its needed to cut off the ear of the servo to fix into the chassis?
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Old 12-06-2007, 04:56 AM   #19472
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No you don't need to cut the servo ears.

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Old 12-06-2007, 07:55 AM   #19473
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aight, thanks brudda.
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are all the parts from the 415, 415ms, msx ect interchangable with eachother?
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Old 12-07-2007, 06:24 PM   #19475
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are all the parts from the 415, 415ms, msx ect interchangable with eachother?
suspension arms are the same between MSX MRE MSXX.......... MSX one way different-it consist 2 peace that you had to attach and join it in the middle of the pulley. While MSXX one way is one piece.
415 Ms -- has different upper deck, MSX has new upperdeck..........you should go and ask try hard on this or jut go to his web site--He got a good information between interchangeable parts with other type of tamiya car such as TA05 parts some can be used in MSX MSXX MRE etc etc
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just a few quick questions guys.


im picking up my 415 today and im wondering what is the biggest spur i can fit in 64pitch?

and also what FDR should i be running with a 3.5 Peak racing motor and GTB speedy?


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Old 12-08-2007, 03:13 PM   #19477
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just a few quick questions guys.


im picking up my 415 today and im wondering what is the biggest spur i can fit in 64pitch?

and also what FDR should i be running with a 3.5 Peak racing motor and GTB speedy?


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Which version do you have?
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Old 12-09-2007, 04:55 AM   #19478
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Which version do you have?
i have the normal 415.

can someone send me the part numbers for a direct centre shaft and also a front spool that will suit the normal 415?

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Old 12-12-2007, 05:02 AM   #19479
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Just wanted to let you know that xray has realesed new longer rearbelt (183mm) that will make it possible to use the 18/37 pulley combo just like on the 416.
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Old 12-12-2007, 07:05 AM   #19480
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Question:

If I have the TRF415 MSXX MRE (ITEM 49419), do I need to buy the Tamiya TRF415 MSXX Lower Deck for Stick Battery (ITEM 49436) to be able to use stick type battery and 4800 lipo battery or I would just need to buy the upper deck and a bulkhead?

Please advise the part numbers I need to be able to make the conversion if possible not to buy the whole conversion set.


Tamiya TRF415 MSXX Lower Deck for Stick Battery (ITEM 49436)

With this conversion set, stick-type 7.2V battery packs can be installed in the previously released high-performance 2-belt 4WD TRF415MSXX chassis. Set includes 2.5mm carbon fiber lower deck, 2mm carbon fiber upper deck, and carbon fiber battery plate. Specially redesigned lightweight blue anodized aluminum rear bulkhead, rear upper brace, and center post are also included.
*Compatible Chassis: TRF415MSXX

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Old 12-12-2007, 01:16 PM   #19481
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I need a little help.
I own a TRF415msxx MRE. Whenever I full lock the steering to the left or right and apply half throttle, I get this massive vibration to the whole front a-arm. When I apply full throttle the vibration disappears. Now when I turn the steering halfway and apply half throttle I don't get any vibration. I can't figure it out. It's driving me insane. A little help would be so helpful. Thanks
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If I have the TRF415 MSXX MRE (ITEM 49419), do I need to buy the Tamiya TRF415 MSXX Lower Deck for Stick Battery (ITEM 49436) to be able to use stick type battery and 4800 lipo battery or I would just need to buy the upper deck and a bulkhead?

Please advise the part numbers I need to be able to make the conversion if possible not to buy the whole conversion set.


Tamiya TRF415 MSXX Lower Deck for Stick Battery (ITEM 49436)

With this conversion set, stick-type 7.2V battery packs can be installed in the previously released high-performance 2-belt 4WD TRF415MSXX chassis. Set includes 2.5mm carbon fiber lower deck, 2mm carbon fiber upper deck, and carbon fiber battery plate. Specially redesigned lightweight blue anodized aluminum rear bulkhead, rear upper brace, and center post are also included.
*Compatible Chassis: TRF415MSXX

sir RNOLD: if you could buy just the bulkheads and the upper deck that would be fine i have the 415MSX MRE and bought the whole convertion set so that i could use my Li-po packs this is how my 415 looks like now

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for the 18/37 combo i tried the X-ray reat belt and it was too tight.
you need to use the Cyclone....but that is to loose.
i fitted the Cyclone belt ....but as it was very loose i didnt take the car for a spin. i gave up on the 37/18 project as the x-ray belts on a 35/18 combo is a better solution.
also i can fit the large diff plates(x501) on the old 35 pullies.
so i find the 35/18 combo better giving a IR on 2.05:1
I am trying to run the 501X 18t centre pully with the 36t wide pitch pullys on my MRE but can't find any belts to fit. I have already bought the cyclone F&R belts but they are too long.
Does anyone out there know which belts will fit straight on or if this is a no go?

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I am trying to run the 501X 18t centre pully with the 36t wide pitch pullys on my MRE but can't find any belts to fit. I have already bought the cyclone F&R belts but they are too long.
Does anyone out there know which belts will fit straight on or if this is a no go?

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you can run the MRE belts, just loosen the tensioners off... at least thats what I do!

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Old 12-18-2007, 03:46 PM   #19485
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I am trying to run the 501X 18t centre pully with the 36t wide pitch pullys on my MRE but can't find any belts to fit. I have already bought the cyclone F&R belts but they are too long.
Does anyone out there know which belts will fit straight on or if this is a no go?

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I used the Cyclone front belt and Xray rear belt and they worked perfectly
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