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Old 02-28-2008, 07:38 AM   #19561
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ive got a brand new, unbuilt trf415msxx in the mail to me Anyone got any build tips?

I know its a good idea to superglue the chassis to stop it from delaminating, take my time on each step etc, but is there anything else I should know?

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I guess you are all busy building your 416s? lol If the ta05 manual is anything to go by, it should be a very well documented build manual

Any differential build tips for me to make a butter smooth diff?
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i need the product code for the screw and flanged spacer/bushing that is at the bottom of the TRF 415 front suspention arms (that goes through the c hub to the turning hub). Over the weekend i crashed and lost that screw and bushing when when it smashed the c hub

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i need the product code for the screw and flanged spacer/bushing that is at the bottom of the TRF 415 front suspention arms (that goes through the c hub to the turning hub). Over the weekend i crashed and lost that screw and bushing when when it smashed the c hub

Thanks, Matt
Hi Matt,

The screw is a normal 3x10mm countersunk. These are the flanges
http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebp...id=426&id=1813

I find keeping a few in the pitbox always useful

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Old 03-03-2008, 07:21 AM   #19564
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anyone got the tamiya part #s for a spool for a 415msxx (not mre), I believe I will be needing a fixed layshaft too but im still in the process of building it up (kit comes with a 1 way).

Is there any slim chance the tamiya ta05 centre shaft and spool will fit? Doubt it, but you never know lol.

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Old 03-03-2008, 07:27 AM   #19565
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Have a review of the Tamiya USA site, that will have the manual(PDF) and then you will be able to find the part
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I have the manual that comes with the car, but as it comes as standard with the one way I dont think it lists the option parts, but thanks I will have a look and see what I can find
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I have the manual that comes with the car, but as it comes as standard with the one way I dont think it lists the option parts, but thanks I will have a look and see what I can find
Hey Chris,

The best thing to do is get the parts from the MRE kit. So the spool and central unit. Parts required are;

TAM3454395 Direct Centre Shaft
TAM51213 16t Pulley
TAM50589 5mm E-Ring
(this kinda shows it 18t pulley tip)
TAM3454401 Direct Holder (Front spool)
TAM9804268 Direct cup (delrin drive cup for spool)
TAM9804267 Direct couplnig (Aluminium sleave)

Otherwise, have a look for the JAAD spool. Has steel outdrives as standard, and works very well. Jaad 415 products

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Old 03-04-2008, 12:38 AM   #19568
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does anyone know if this will fit in a standard 415
http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebp...id=521&id=6323
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does anyone know if this will fit in a standard 415
http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebp...id=521&id=6323
Yes that will fit, as the bulkheads are the same distant apart. Just need to use the delrin drive cups as my post above

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Hey Chris,

The best thing to do is get the parts from the MRE kit. So the spool and central unit. Parts required are;

TAM3454395 Direct Centre Shaft
TAM51213 16t Pulley
TAM50589 5mm E-Ring
(this kinda shows it 18t pulley tip)
TAM3454401 Direct Holder (Front spool)
TAM9804268 Direct cup (delrin drive cup for spool)
TAM9804267 Direct couplnig (Aluminium sleave)

Otherwise, have a look for the JAAD spool. Has steel outdrives as standard, and works very well. Jaad 415 products

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Top man just what I was looking for.
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Old 03-04-2008, 03:25 AM   #19571
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Yes that will fit, as the bulkheads are the same distant apart. Just need to use the delrin drive cups as my post above

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Yeah we found the JAAD spool after you mentioned it. Looks really good but Have to find somewhere to get it from! Found it on PrecisionRC but you can't order it! Something wrong with the site so we can't fill in the boxes... Anyone know another site that sells these spools?
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Top man just what I was looking for.

It helps having hard copies of all the manuals on my home PC.. always easy to pick off the part #'s quickly.

http://www.tamiya.com/japan/download/rc_index.htm and click on the second link down on the left hand side
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Nice one, I will download that at home
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Yes that will fit, as the bulkheads are the same distant apart. Just need to use the delrin drive cups as my post above

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Ed this isn't the spool but the centre shaft... And it will fit the car, BUT you'll have to take the whole rear assembly to remove or put it, so I wouldn't recommend it at all.
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haha, so it is.... thought Spool center ment the centre part of the spool... my bad
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