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Old 06-09-2004, 12:34 PM   #2551
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I think thats meant to be 12000 Yen, not sure what it will include for that price? Are longer driveshafts definately necessary for the revised suspension?
I would expect quite a lot for that sort of price. However i expect to get it for between 7000 and 8000 yen not the 12000 rainbow ten want. Rick
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Old 06-09-2004, 02:11 PM   #2552
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Now that I have finally workedout how to post pics, I will post a few from the LRP touring car masters 04 which I went to...Sorry for the delay...lol

Heres the first, its of Surikarn's 415, seemed to use a doubled up top deck...
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here's another, If you look closely you can see Surikarn's motor mount has had fins cut into, similar to the new motor mount soon to be released.
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Here's one of Marc Rheinard's winning 415...
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Old 06-09-2004, 02:21 PM   #2555
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Surikarn with some of his Tamiya team mates...
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Last one...Surikarn with myself, I'm the one on the left btw, not in the middle...
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Old 06-09-2004, 02:32 PM   #2557
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Last one...Surikarn with myself, I'm the one on the left btw, not in the middle...
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Old 06-09-2004, 06:34 PM   #2558
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Dave your car is hot, what is the brand of the bumper support?? And are you using some low friction belts from another company?
And what brand is that rear body post

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The Bumper support is made by Squat and I`m using low friction belts made by a company called RUSH....
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Hi Folks!

Does anyone have any recommendations for front aluminum knuckles? Are they worth it from a performance standpoint? Will the bearings wobble like the Tamiya rear 1-degree aluminum hubs? If they wobble in the front, might as well stay with the plastics and just replace them every once in a while...

Any suggestions, recommendations etc... would be appreciated...



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Use the carbon reinforced front knuckles made by Tamiya - they last alot longer than the standard resin ones.

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Does anyone have any recommendations for front aluminum knuckles? Are they worth it from a performance standpoint? Will the bearings wobble like the Tamiya rear 1-degree aluminum hubs? If they wobble in the front, might as well stay with the plastics and just replace them every once in a while...

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Use the carbon reinforced front knuckles made by Tamiya - they last alot longer than the standard resin ones.
TRF415 comes with the carbon reinforced knuckles.
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I would expect quite a lot for that sort of price. However i expect to get it for between 7000 and 8000 yen not the 12000 rainbow ten want. Rick
Hopefully HongKong or Thailand will have it for a good price.
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whats the quickest way to access the diffs?
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whats the quickest way to access the diffs?
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Take the bulkheads off one side , no real quick access on the 415.
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Old 06-10-2004, 08:12 AM   #2565
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yeah, oh well , im very impressed with the car so far. just need to buy me a few bits and bobs.

spool, white belts and suspension conversion kit :-)

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