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Old 09-30-2004, 10:27 PM   #4051
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I dunno, Masami has never won the TC Worlds before (to my knowledge). I'm pretty sure he wants it real bad! He's been dominating the Japanese races lately. It's gonna be interesting to see this year. Reminds me of Star Wars... the Master... or the Apprentice.....

But I'm still pulling for Mark though...
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When is this event taking place? also where is this event taking place
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Old 09-30-2004, 10:50 PM   #4053
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The IFMAR Worlds is taking place near the end of October in Florida.
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My bet is on hara, not because of hpi, just because he's hara...

Other than:
ZS-501 DIFF HALVES you will get two sets one for the front and one for the rear. you will use the FRONT parts, these will have the equal spacing for the outer bearings.
ZS-506 DIFF RINGS,
ZS-507 THRUST BALLS AND WASHERS
ZC-507T if you want carbide balls
ZS-508 DIFF SCREW AND LOCK NUT.
cost.. less then $20.00 u.s. (little more with carbide balls)

...what parts are neccessary to complete the front diff. Does the stock tamiya pulley work, or do I need a different one? What about bearings, shims, etc?
well, actually you use the REAR outdrives.. they are the ones that are centered. a few thin 10 mm shims will take up the side slack, as there isnt much.

you will need the Tamiya pulley, and you can use the 414/ta04/415 dif rings.. the Yoke uses the double flats, just like it.use the same 3mm balls, like the std Tamiya diffs. there ya go! insta-diff!

dont forget you will need longer CVD bones.. the 46mm from the Evo IV/LW suspension fit perfectly!
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The IFMAR Worlds is taking place near the end of October in Florida.
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here is a little detail pic of my latest appearance mod... im not sure it was worth it, as you can hardly see it!!!
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here was the pic of the installed diff...
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Old 09-30-2004, 11:51 PM   #4058
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here is a little detail pic of my latest appearance mod... im not sure it was worth it, as you can hardly see it!!!
Major bLinG Yo!
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bling? huh dunt get it
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Old 10-01-2004, 02:22 AM   #4060
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Default TB EVO 3 Re-inforced Diff Joints

Quick question. Would the TB EVO 3 re-inforced white outdrives OP#53267 fit the TRF415? If so, would it also need a different set of diff plates similar to the one 's used for the F201 outdrives?

Any response would be appreciated. Planning to replace the black outdrives to the EVO3 one's if it works.

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Quick question. Would the TB EVO 3 re-inforced white outdrives OP#53267 fit the TRF415? If so, would it also need a different set of diff plates similar to the one 's used for the F201 outdrives?

Any response would be appreciated. Planning to replace the black outdrives to the EVO3 one's if it works.

Nope.
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here was the pic of the installed diff...



Aluminum Bones on the front? I take it these are good unless you tend to hit things (like I do)?

I finished my diff last night and will test it tonight, but it fells VERY GOOD.
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Old 10-01-2004, 03:39 AM   #4063
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Quick question. Would the TB EVO 3 re-inforced white outdrives OP#53267 fit the TRF415? If so, would it also need a different set of diff plates similar to the one 's used for the F201 outdrives?

Any response would be appreciated. Planning to replace the black outdrives to the EVO3 one's if it works.

Yes it fits.. you just have to add 2 or three more shims to it (.3mm)
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what shims are you guys using to remove slop from the diff mod?
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I haven't used any shims, but I've not run the car yet either.

I don't feel that there is anymore slop in the diff mod than there was in the standard one-way.
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