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Old 08-27-2004, 09:47 PM   #3451
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Could someone please post a pic of the 415 with lightweight suspension. Viewed from rear of car level with surface (no wheels)...

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this do?

rear veiw

excuse the blurryness, taken with a supressed flash at 5:30am.....


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Old 08-28-2004, 03:02 AM   #3453
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Isn't your droop or shock length different the right wishbone sits lower than the left or is it just my imagination

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Does anyone know if E4P has a website? Looking for the 415 spool. Or are there other brands etc?

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E4p's website is http://www.e4p.biz/ but there's nothing to look at for the 415.
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Isn't your droop or shock length different the right wishbone sits lower than the left or is it just my imagination

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probably cause I'd only just put the car back together after giving it a strip down, and hadn't re-set it yet...

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Got my order. Gotta love blue...
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Old 08-28-2004, 05:31 PM   #3457
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Im likein that stuff, i wish that had just turned up at my doorstep
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this do?

rear veiw

excuse the blurryness, taken with a supressed flash at 5:30am.....


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that will do no worries that's a nice and clear shot thanks a lot
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Old 08-28-2004, 08:57 PM   #3459
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any chance of finding out why you required it?

Anyway, I got a copy of my latest set I've been running. It's so far worked well in stock, both on running track (Don Valley) and sports hall (chesterfield) surfaces.

I've put it on my updated setup sheet for the 415 lightweight arms. I've removed some options, and added in other (ie lower shock mounts, shock lenght etc). I also added a section for the chassis braces' given surikarin (!?!) ran without them on occasion, and a section for the belt tension

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415 indoor setup

few things to note.
1) running C/A block on front
2) red roll bar on rear (may change when other springs arrive)
3) Spool and locked centre pulley.

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this do?

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excuse the blurryness, taken with a supressed flash at 5:30am.....


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Thanks for that, looks like I won't need the alloy rear uprights.
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Got my order. Gotta love blue...
nolan_racing, Where did you get the BLUE maintenance stand? I've been looking for one of those.
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nolan_racing, Where did you get the BLUE maintenance stand? I've been looking for one of those.
yeah where did you get it i thought tamiya was not making them anymore wtf made me get a red one
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yeah where did you get it i thought tamiya was not making them anymore wtf made me get a red one
Yeah , I had to buy a Blue TakeOff stand. I want a Tamiya stand.
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Old 08-29-2004, 04:40 AM   #3464
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nolan_racing, Where did you get the BLUE maintenance stand? I've been looking for one of those.
THere are a few on line shops in Japan that still have a few of the blue ones left in stock
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Dave would you be able to give me a web address of a shop in JP with the blue stands as I am after one too.
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