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Old 07-21-2004, 09:28 AM   #3016
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can the 415 use the Ta04 diff pulley?
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Old 07-21-2004, 10:44 AM   #3017
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it would fit, but its 3 teeth too small.... 32 (TA04) vs 35 (415) tooth. requires different belts, i bet.
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Old 07-21-2004, 10:44 AM   #3018
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Yes you can...

Some drivers are testing with ta04 diff pulleys and a larger center pulley to get the car to rolle better... and as i understand it has helped a great deal...

The danish tamiya driver Steen Gravesen drove with ta04 diff pulleys and a larger center pulley at the euro`s...

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Old 07-21-2004, 11:13 AM   #3019
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Yes you can...

Some drivers are testing with ta04 diff pulleys and a larger center pulley to get the car to rolle better... and as i understand it has helped a great deal...

The danish tamiya driver Steen Gravesen drove with ta04 diff pulleys and a larger center pulley at the euro`s...

-Michael,
Who makes larger center pulleys?
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I belive they use a schumacher center pulley and a custom made center layshaft... i will post some pics next week when i get my hands on a 415 ;o)

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where exactly are you guys ordering your Ti screw set for the 415

also how nicely do the stock bearings that come with the 415 roll
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Old 07-21-2004, 11:39 AM   #3022
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Can anyone tell me how long (or how many teeth) the belts are (got)?

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Old 07-21-2004, 12:21 PM   #3023
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I'm looking for a AMB personal transponder holder (aluminium).
Like Surikarn has on his car.
Which brand Do this?

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hey guys,
Right as you know car is built, and I've just been working on running it in, got a few questions now.

1) under power, the rear belt seems to touch the front suspension brace. I'm running (on advice from evo_uk) one click looser on the rear belt. Is this ok? or is there something I should do to stop it?
The braces have the std shims under them

2) how much weight did everyone have to add to there chassis? I've measused mine, with some admitadly inaccurate scales, and I figure it's about 1425g all up, with shell, wheels+tyres (the lightest I have), and battery pack.
And where about have you put your weight? I'm thinking about 60g at the front (on the chassisaround the steering posts) with 15-20g (just to be sure) at the back, either side of the rear bulkhead.

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hey guys,
Right as you know car is built, and I've just been working on running it in, got a few questions now.

1) under power, the rear belt seems to touch the front suspension brace. I'm running (on advice from evo_uk) one click looser on the rear belt. Is this ok? or is there something I should do to stop it?
The braces have the std shims under them

2) how much weight did everyone have to add to there chassis? I've measused mine, with some admitadly inaccurate scales, and I figure it's about 1425g all up, with shell, wheels+tyres (the lightest I have), and battery pack.
And where about have you put your weight? I'm thinking about 60g at the front (on the chassisaround the steering posts) with 15-20g (just to be sure) at the back, either side of the rear bulkhead.

Thanks in advance
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I would not run the rear belt 1 click looser. I have mine 1 click tighter or at least standard.
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I would not run the rear belt 1 click looser. I have mine 1 click tighter or at least standard.
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Please anyone???

How long are the belts used on the 415

Either length or teeth will suffice!
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I think mine are 1 tighter as well.. after you run the car in some, they should loosen up a bit. plus, depends on which motor. i generally run 19T, and mine work well at the 1 click +

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hey guys,
Right as you know car is built, and I've just been working on running it in, got a few questions now.

1) under power, the rear belt seems to touch the front suspension brace. I'm running (on advice from evo_uk) one click looser on the rear belt. Is this ok? or is there something I should do to stop it?
The braces have the std shims under them

2) how much weight did everyone have to add to there chassis? I've measused mine, with some admitadly inaccurate scales, and I figure it's about 1425g all up, with shell, wheels+tyres (the lightest I have), and battery pack.
And where about have you put your weight? I'm thinking about 60g at the front (on the chassisaround the steering posts) with 15-20g (just to be sure) at the back, either side of the rear bulkhead.

Thanks in advance
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Old 07-21-2004, 01:40 PM   #3029
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they dont have a tooth count that i can see, but they have the 177 and 501 on them. should be the length, i would guess...
this was back on pg 92 i think...
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Old 07-21-2004, 01:45 PM   #3030
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thanks.

should be 167t length 501
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177t length 531
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