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Old 06-11-2004, 06:39 AM   #2596
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Fux,

Square currently manufacture the most hop up for the 415.

http://www.rc-square.com/
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Old 06-11-2004, 06:44 AM   #2597
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Will the set up work on stock..... Never race stock on the 415. That set up based on modifield. Perhaps further one click might work on stock....I guess
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Old 06-11-2004, 06:46 AM   #2598
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really dont mean to sound stupid, when you say 1 click is that towards or away from centre im guessing its towards right?
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Old 06-11-2004, 07:00 AM   #2599
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Will the set up work on stock..... Never race stock on the 415. That set up based on modifield. Perhaps further one click might work on stock....I guess
Hmm so 2-3 click more. This would make the belt much more looser right? Hopefully i dont experience any skipping. Thanks ver much for your help.

Yeah i have seen the square and Kai upgrade there is not really much i need there but thanks for mentioning
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Old 06-11-2004, 07:02 AM   #2600
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which way are we turning the tensioner!! towards or away ?
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Old 06-11-2004, 07:11 AM   #2601
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What i mean is away form initial groove. I only adjust the belt to 0 click in wet condition. Hope this will clear the mis understanding
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Old 06-11-2004, 07:13 AM   #2602
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hmmmmm im still confused.

if this is my car and the i is the groove am i going towards the outside or the inside

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both away from the layshaft.

so front one forwards and rear one backwards.
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Old 06-11-2004, 07:22 AM   #2604
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tones,

You got it ! Thats what i mean !
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Old 06-11-2004, 07:26 AM   #2605
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hehe thanks very much
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Old 06-11-2004, 09:09 AM   #2606
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...There is quite a but of play. there is some in the post itself so i shimmed that up with axle shims and its done good but the main bulk of the play is where the links join the carbon plate. You cant really shimm it up or else it locks up but there is alot of play here, anyone got any ideas? Also does anyone know the part number for the axle sized shimms?

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In the instruction manual, you were provided two options for shimming the carbon plate. Did you use one spacer or two? I use one and "forget about it" As for the axle shims I don't have part numbers off the top of my head and I keep forgetting what size it is...is it 4mm or 5mm dah! hehe? In any event, if it's the same size as the the steering post shims (5mm) use those
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Old 06-11-2004, 09:52 AM   #2607
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Ah cheers mate, well its just im starting out in a bit of a puzzle you see. the 415 i brought was from a mate. He built it up good and proper raced it once indoors then decided he never wanted it, he was sent it by mistake in the first place. anyway he sent me the kit but forgot about the manual so thats later to come. the steering plate does have 1 shim i think. Its got the bearing with the flat edge on one side , and then a 1mm shimm shim

ill just wait till i get the manual n check it up
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Now that I think about it...I don't really remember how much spacing there was in the steering. I just used the option for less slop. Try a 0.7mm spacer, it wouldn't hurt to try
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If Tech or anyone else produces a FRONT diff for the 415-will it fit a MY02?

Thanks in advance for answering,
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Talking GEARING FOR 19T SPEC MOTOR

GEARING INFO

I going to race the 415 w/ a 19T Spec motor. But not sure what the appropriate gearing needed for the track I will soon race on. The track at my LHS pretty much resembles the track layout of the Tamiya, CA (RROC'04). The spur gear I'm using right know is a 102T-64P and pinion size is 31T-64P which according to the manual gives the final gear ratio of 7.20.

Would the gearing be suitable for the track I'll be racing w/ medium bite as well? Set-up of the 415 is similar to Rod's (RtypeC) set-up used at the RROC'04 except w/a center 1-way layshaft (still working on that part but might as well wait for the one Tamiya's coming out with) and stock front bridge suspension mount D.

Any info re gearing will be appreciated. Thanks!
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