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Old 05-13-2004, 05:26 AM   #2131
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Anyone know what the pulley/guide bit is for?
It a belt tensioner.... similar to TECH`s one for the MY02 R/M series... it will allow you to run the front belt a tad bit looser
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Ok but where does it fit it appear to bolt from under the roller
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Ok but where does it fit it appear to bolt from under the roller

Not quite sure on that too??? But it looks as if it would bolt on to the bottom side of the upper deck where the antenna mast hole is
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Maybe just have to wait and order one
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Maybe just have to wait and order one
July 1st is just right around the corner too
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do you have any part numbers for the 415 bits?

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do you have any part numbers for the 415 bits?

Cheers Alan
Nothing as of yet but I`ll be sure to post them soon as I get them

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I am liking the look of the white belts. Think i will just get a Evo 4 though! lol Rick
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Old 05-13-2004, 08:55 AM   #2139
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Nothing as of yet but I`ll be sure to post them soon as I get them

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Old 05-13-2004, 11:15 AM   #2140
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Here's Ben Cosgrove's winning setup at bedworth.
Thanks a lot, Cobra, it's very Kind.

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new parts..
Do you know the ETA on these parts?
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Hi There -

Just wondering if anyone can offer suggestions...

I was running my 415 with foams, but have now switched to rubber. I changed all the settings on the car to have a rubber setup, except for the shock oil... It has 70 in front and 50 in rear...

So my question is - could the thickness of the shock oil have contributed to the shuddering of the car in the turns? It was doing this weird shuddering thing, but never traction rolled or handled funny on the straights.

So should I go to a thinner oil like 50 and 30? It's a medium grip carpet track...

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Old 05-13-2004, 09:08 PM   #2144
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What kind of springs are you using? You have to adjust the oil to match the spring. My guess is that the setup overall is too stiff for rubber.
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Old 05-13-2004, 09:20 PM   #2145
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It was recommended to use Associated Gold and Silver springs - I'm pretty sure the oil was too thick, but I was lazy...

I bought Tamiya white and blue springs - would these better than the using the Associated or stock yellow springs on a carpet track?

Thanks again...

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