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Old 10-12-2004, 10:22 AM   #4246
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Can I use the 415 rear belt on the 414m2?

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Old 10-12-2004, 11:40 AM   #4247
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53804 TRF415 REINFORCED DIFF JOINT 2000YEN 28TH
51190 TRF415MS FRONT DAMPER STAY 900YEN 26TH
51191 TRF415MS REAR DAMPER STAY 1100YEN 26TH

here are the pt. numbers for the new parts, anyone know anything about the diff joints?
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Old 10-12-2004, 11:46 AM   #4248
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Did you get those part numbers from rainbow ten?

Are the dates October or November?
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Old 10-12-2004, 11:47 AM   #4249
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Yes they are from r10, they are November.
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Old 10-12-2004, 01:03 PM   #4250
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53804 TRF415 REINFORCED DIFF JOINT 2000YEN 28TH
51190 TRF415MS FRONT DAMPER STAY 900YEN 26TH
51191 TRF415MS REAR DAMPER STAY 1100YEN 26TH

here are the pt. numbers for the new parts, anyone know anything about the diff joints?
these are just the white delrin rear diff joints, same as what appeared on the original prototype.
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Old 10-12-2004, 02:18 PM   #4251
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Here is the 415 front diff I made using EVO3 parts:
what parts of the evo did you use to build the diff for the 415?
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Old 10-12-2004, 02:45 PM   #4252
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this setup is for medium traction asphalt tracks.hugo wanted this one. we had to use cs-27 rubber tyres. the car is narrow, yes. you can put 1,5mm washers in the front to get a wider front. the rear is much wider with the alloy hubs as the front is.
ah iforgot, rideheight 5mm front and rear....
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this setup is for medium traction asphalt tracks.hugo wanted this one. we had to use cs-27 rubber tyres. the car is narrow, yes. you can put 1,5mm washers in the front to get a wider front. the rear is much wider with the alloy hubs as the front is.
ah iforgot, rideheight 5mm front and rear....
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I'll try it this weekend.

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ok, tell me about your test then....
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Ok... When does the new TRF415 Kit come out? I heard they were going to upgrade some stuff on the car, arms, shock towers.. Anybody know when its coming out and how much? Thanks..
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Ok... When does the new TRF415 Kit come out? I heard they were going to upgrade some stuff on the car, arms, shock towers.. Anybody know when its coming out and how much? Thanks..
late November followed shortly by another new TC from Tamiya
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this is NOT a new tc from tamiya. only an updated version....
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you could always upgrade the current 415 & save your hard earned dollars, i've partly upgraded my TRF 415 suspension kit etc. the end result is? the same, but you also have the advantage of switching to the original TRF 415 setup, wich some drivers still prefer
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flysti - that's what I'm gonna be doing come late november. I wonder when the other new components (i.e. 2.5mm chassis plate) will be release?
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flysti - that's what I'm gonna be doing come late november. I wonder when the other new components (i.e. 2.5mm chassis plate) will be release?
should be available in november
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