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Old 06-10-2004, 07:21 AM
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Hey Mate,
you decided to get a 415 after all then
We met at bedwoth and you were using the evo3 at the time. How you getting on with it. Im now getting to grips with it having just changed from a yokomo. Im interested to know any setups you have tried and what effects you think they had. I made the A final at brca stock west london and doing more rounds soon. I didnt have a good btcc at bedworth but made the A at aldershot at the next round. Im using Ass Blue springs all round. 40wt oil 2 hole (but just changed to 45wt 3 hole) and using blue rear hubs, ive also made a single belt pulley from 2 fixed glued and pinned together and found that removing the centre one way helps.
You got and tips??

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Old 06-10-2004, 07:29 AM
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NEW 415 parts for release in July

49342 TRF415 HEATSINK MOTOR MOUNT BULK HEAD 4800YEN
49343 TRF415 BELT STABILIZER 1600YEN
49344 TRF415 HEATSINK BEAM 450YEN
53706 TRF415 LOW FRICTION BELT FRONT 1100YEN
53707 TRF415 LOW FRICTION BELT REAR 900YEN
53708 TRF415 DIRECT CENTRE PULLEY 1900YEN


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Old 06-10-2004, 07:52 AM
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Originally posted by alan1467
NEW 415 parts for release in July

49342 TRF415 HEATSINK MOTOR MOUNT BULK HEAD 4800YEN
49343 TRF415 BELT STABILIZER 1600YEN
49344 TRF415 HEATSINK BEAM 450YEN
53706 TRF415 LOW FRICTION BELT FRONT 1100YEN
53707 TRF415 LOW FRICTION BELT REAR 900YEN
53708 TRF415 DIRECT CENTRE PULLEY 1900YEN


I can feel another order being sent to japan for that lot , already got the spool.

Not going to be using the car much this year due to the fact im ment to be running my sponsors car but as things are now i should be using it in next years BRCA stock championship.
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Old 06-10-2004, 08:23 AM
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yo dude

yeah i only got it 4 hours ago lol. brought it off a mate its bacically brand new only used 1s indoors with ti screws. im really likeing it so far. it feels alot more... perfected then my evo3. Ive been busy out of raceing doing exams , so i thought id make my comeback with a new car. Ill hopefully have my first day of testing at bedworth on wednesday ill let you know how it goes.

All id done to it so far is put a very safe stock setup on, replaced the diff balls with carbide ones and installed some electrics. i really like how the chassis is cut out for the motor. whats the biggest spur you can fit on the car?



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Old 06-10-2004, 09:39 AM
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Default Biggest spur

The largest spur in 64dp is 112 tooth which is level with the bottom of the chassis but may need top deck screws to be undone it order to fit it if i remember rightly.

No idea with 48dp spurs though.
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Old 06-10-2004, 12:28 PM
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Hello, do you have a tamiya 415 surikarn set up from the reedy race 2004?

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Old 06-10-2004, 12:29 PM
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guys white belts, motor mount heat sink, fixed pulley and heat sink beam??? are all availble in july ! yippi
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Old 06-10-2004, 02:43 PM
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I too run the 112 spur. Very risky, but no problems with it so far.

I guess I'll hold off on building up a locked center pulley seeing as how they are gonna make one now. Cool Beans... saves me the work. I really didn't wanna hack my spur mount. Especially since I can't find a replacement one anywhere if I did.
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Old 06-10-2004, 04:10 PM
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Originally posted by g4t2
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.
NE1 able to tell me what the thing that looks like a cap "in" the negative wire is, What it dose and were do we get them ??

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ok my 415 is on the way and i am building a front diff i got front diff halves on the way i am trying to put an order for all the parts and i dont have a part number for a bearing that goes in the pulley if it has one does anybody know?
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Old 06-10-2004, 04:41 PM
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Originally posted by Merciless
NE1 able to tell me what the thing that looks like a cap "in" the negative wire is, What it dose and were do we get them ??

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THat "CAP" is a kind of noise filter that you put on each wire Battery+ Battery - and Motor -.... I run them on my car... Haven`t noticed to much differance ...but it does add weight to the side of the car that I need it on
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BTW Yokomo Sells them...but I don`t have the part# off the top of my head
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YM-CF... 500 for 2.
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Old 06-10-2004, 06:14 PM
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Originally posted by V12
As I had some PMs regarding the aluminium front diff for the 415 here is the picture from the diff halves again.
Hello, I have just received the front alum. diff outdrives from Jurgen. If anyone was interested in ordering these they look to be very high quality units. They are a little heavier than the IRS alum. outdrives I currently have for my TC3 but they should hold up well...very sturdy looking. The blue anodizing will match the 415 perfectly!
The price is a little high so I hope I will not have to order another set soon. Hope this helps!
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Originally posted by ngo8
ok my 415 is on the way and i am building a front diff i got front diff halves on the way i am trying to put an order for all the parts and i dont have a part number for a bearing that goes in the pulley if it has one does anybody know?
i dont know the part # but if you are talking about the ones in the middle of the diff, they are just regular 5X8 mm bearings... need 2

sorry for the mistaken size, ngo... rod pmed me to correct. i was going off of memory, and it turns out to be 5x8 instead... sorry for the mislead....

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Old 06-10-2004, 08:12 PM
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thanks tamiya driver thanks alot .
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