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Old 09-02-2004, 04:26 PM   #3601
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is there any spare or hop-up parts for the 415 belt guide or belt tensioner thanks..................
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Old 09-02-2004, 05:14 PM   #3602
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Yup, Part# TAMIYA49343 TRF415 BELT STABILIZER.

From what I've been told it adds a pulley underneath the top plate, and pushes down on the top of the front belt.

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Old 09-02-2004, 09:54 PM   #3603
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Anyone here from Thailand?

What's a good set up for the new suspension arms set?

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Old 09-02-2004, 09:59 PM   #3604
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im not sure who all was using the LW suspension, but if you can get Ling's or Steve's setup, they were sure rockin last weekend!
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so has anyone put on the blue hubs from the old suspension on the new arms i know they dont fit do we have to dremel out some of the arm? anyone have picts yet i would love to put those on and one more thing which bones would we use the 46 mm or 42 mm.
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I also could use some help with the new suspension. I feel like i have a new car to try Saturday between that, the new belts, and the CTS.
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Old 09-03-2004, 12:38 AM   #3607
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I just installed the LW arm set, locked center and white belts. Just going to try stock set up and go from there. Race Saturday(tomorrow), we'll see how that goes.
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Yup, Part# TAMIYA49343 TRF415 BELT STABILIZER.

From what I've been told it adds a pulley underneath the top plate, and pushes down on the top of the front belt.

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ok thanks for the help have to order this from our LHS for they do not know the part number and its on order basis only no stocks
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Old 09-03-2004, 04:57 AM   #3609
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How can you get 28mm foam tires to fit this car??? The car is awesome for rubbers but, for carpet racing with foamies not so good due to the spindles hitting etc!

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Stock setup for the lwt arms is very good, I think the only things you might want to change is springs and roll bars, otherwise leave as is.
I have a setup for indoors, running on a running track with rubber tyres, but it still has kit springs, so I'm pretty sure I can make it better now I have the tuned spring set.
I posted it here

http://www.thard.co.uk/rc/TRF415/Set...2027-08-04.jpg

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Stock setup for the lwt arms is very good, I think the only things you might want to change is springs and roll bars, otherwise leave as is.
I have a setup for indoors, running on a running track with rubber tyres, but it still has kit springs, so I'm pretty sure I can make it better now I have the tuned spring set.
I posted it here

http://www.thard.co.uk/rc/TRF415/Set...2027-08-04.jpg

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would this setup work for carpet?
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LOL, not yet, but maybe soon!! It's an awesome car!!!
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would this setup work for carpet?
Not sure, depends if you use the spool or one-ways. Probably would work quite well, might want to stiffen it up a little (blue or white springs). The track that that setups has been used on generally takes a while to rubber in, so the grip is pretty low. For a track with lots of grip, there might be way too much steering.

I'm gonna run on carpet tomorrow night, but I'm gonna run the one ways after last time. I think a good starting point (with one-ways) is white springs on the front, blue on the rear, and no roll bars.

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I also could use some help with the new suspension. I feel like i have a new car to try Saturday between that, the new belts, and the CTS.
tcmerf,

Check with Fred Medel when you get to the track on Saturday, he's got a very good LW suspension setup already (worked very well for him at the KO race)

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Steve,

Are you going to be out on Saturday?
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