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Old 05-09-2008, 02:18 AM   #19771
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Can i use TRF415MSXX lowerdeck on TRF415MSX?
yeah, the only thing you can't use is the bumper.
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Old 05-16-2008, 09:18 PM   #19772
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i'am having a hard time finding front direct spool and cups for my msxx,anyone where i can get 2 or so?will the 416 coupler work finding alot of them 4 sale in asia,i real need something i let my friend borrow my spare and broke it.
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Old 05-17-2008, 05:08 AM   #19773
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with some modification, the ta05 spool can fit the 415 as I learnt from http://www.thard.co.uk if that helps the 3 screws holding in the spool the pulley need to be enlonged slightly to fit, or the pulley lip needs to be sanded away where the screw heads rest on the pulley... well I think thats how its done from my understanding of it
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Old 05-17-2008, 05:48 AM   #19774
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I have never thought of that, sounds interesting, got plenty of that laying around from doing plumbing work at home.
You coming over to the SA Titles and.........is anyone coming with a 416 ?

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Old 05-17-2008, 10:35 AM   #19775
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Some pics with Peak Racing 3200 and stock bulkhead with zero grinding.
You just have to angle it in.
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Old 05-18-2008, 10:42 AM   #19776
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how much force you needed to "angle it" in?
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You should be able to, as long it has holes in it for the older steering setup.
normally, it won't fit because of the bottom screw position. unless you drill some new ones.
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Old 05-18-2008, 12:47 PM   #19778
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Hi guys,can enlighten me on wats the difference between a msx mre and a msxx mre 07? Pictures would help alot,thks..
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Hi guys,can enlighten me on wats the difference between a msx mre and a msxx mre 07? Pictures would help alot,thks..
THard.co.uk TRF415 info pages

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Old 05-18-2008, 06:13 PM   #19780
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how much force you needed to "angle it" in?
It's not much, just a couple of fingers can nudge it in. Nothing that would do any damage(& I know because the Orion 3200 was my first LiPo, mainly bought for my Mini, but I just HAD to try it in the 415)....
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Some pics with Peak Racing 3200 and stock bulkhead with zero grinding.
You just have to angle it in.
nice install

Fine for stock racing, but have you tried and 19t / 10.5 or mod racing with this setup? If so, how was the duration?

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Old 05-20-2008, 02:59 AM   #19782
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after 3 years of racing i took my first A-main position in this weeks-ends outdoor nationals TC 19T

please see attched my 415msxx set-up. Please note that the rear upperbrace has been cut.....or replaced with the seperate ones supplied in the MSXX MRE2007 version.

next time i would try adding 1mm to the inner upperarm spacers
rcmarket has the seperate upperarm braces.........get them while you can
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Very similar to what I drive now. Glad you had success with that set-up..... Nice to hear fellow Racers give and share there set-ups to others on here.
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after 3 years of racing i took my first A-main position in this weeks-ends outdoor nationals TC 19T

please see attched my 415msxx set-up. Please note that the rear upperbrace has been cut.....or replaced with the seperate ones supplied in the MSXX MRE2007 version.

next time i would try adding 1mm to the inner upperarm spacers
rcmarket has the seperate upperarm braces.........get them while you can
About that upperbrace cut mod. Can you share one pic with us?
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Please see the factory version mounted on the car, and the home-made version.
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