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Old 10-18-2004, 01:40 PM   #4321
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As I said in the earlier post, I got that part I just kneed to find out about the diffs.
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Old 10-18-2004, 02:27 PM   #4322
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Can someone post a website or email address for this jurgen person. I am interested in purchasing a set of front diff halfs for the 415, and I havent seen a way to get in touch with him. I am currently using the yokamo set up and it does work well but I broke one of the diff halfs, so the alluminum ones would work out pretty well. Also please do not reply with a vague reference of
"YGPM", what the heck does that mean.
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I will send you PM with Jrgens address. Im sorry there is no website. If you like I could send you a picture from the aluminium diff halves or post it again here.
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Old 10-18-2004, 02:43 PM   #4323
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Thanks v12. you can post thi pix if you want that way everyone who is interested can get a good look at them.
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Old 10-18-2004, 02:51 PM   #4324
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Some people will know it already. I posted this pic some time ago.
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Old 10-18-2004, 04:24 PM   #4325
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V12,
Could you just post Jurgen's info here?
If not just email me with info.

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Old 10-18-2004, 04:36 PM   #4326
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Hi, i was wondering what the trf 415 is like on high grip carpet and outside on tarmac with different grips. Also i was wondering what are the usual parts that brake on the 415 and what option parts i should get for xmas if i deside to get the 415 (by the way i'm running stock 27t motor)

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Hi Chazz,

I've never really got to grips with the car on carpet, I've recently returned to RC after a long absence. I've used the 415 once outdoors @ Carlilse with a 12t and it was awesome, very well balanced, I was using the wrong tyres tho, I really needed CS-22's but didn't have them in my pitbox.

As for the parts that break, I've not broken anything yet in the 3 months or so that I've had the car. I did wreck a pinion and spur gear but that was due to debris in the drive. I used to alway knock the camber links off, but I've recently replaced the ends and this has improved things greatly.

Send me an e-mail if you want to know more. I saw your post on the Evo IV thread too, I've just ordered one which will hopefully arrive this week but I don't know much about it to be honest.

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Old 10-18-2004, 08:08 PM   #4327
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Sorry guys to bother you but there so many pages to read about the 415 here and I cant get through it....

I have simple questions for you..I just get my trf 415 and I want to know what I really need to add for carpet foam mod racing...

What hop up I really need? What about the evo 4 arm? Parts needed? Spool availaible?

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Old 10-18-2004, 09:51 PM   #4328
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Speedtech has a spool.
there is a couple of ways to build a front diff, although tamiya doesn't have one. It should be in the last 5 pages or so how to get the parts.
Stock arms will be fine for mod foam carpet.
White belts might be a good hop up, and the belt stabilizer, but that is all you might really need I think
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Old 10-18-2004, 11:59 PM   #4329
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For those asking for a Mod Foam setup

Old Suspension

Front:
Assoc Copper
60wt 3hole
2 o-rings in bladder
2mm inside link
-.75 camber
LW kingpin for front knuckle
A/A blocks 1mm behind the arm
Outer hole on tower outer on arm
Outer Ackerman on knuckle
Diff tightend down full tight
SpeedMind Hybrid 2 35/55 compound

Rear:
Assoc Red
60wt 3 hole
0mm inside link
-1.5 camber
2mm outside middle hole Alum 1d hub
EVO 3 A/C blocks 0mm behind arm
New hole drilled outside outer hole
(use a E3 tower to locate the hole)
Outer hole on lower arm
SpeedMind 35 rear
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Old 10-19-2004, 06:59 AM   #4330
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c'mon dan...reduce that rear toe

A/B baby!
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Old 10-19-2004, 09:48 AM   #4331
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Thanks Ballsie

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Old 10-19-2004, 09:50 AM   #4332
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Yeah yeah Martin I didn't see you out here in the Wild West.

Good luck @ Worlds I'll see you back @ TORC for the Magma race

BTW it was A/C on the blocks I edited to reflect that.
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Hey Dan,

a/c is a step in the right direction

what is the next big race out west?

looking forward to having you out at our Magma Race...it is always a good turnout. Paul Lemeiux and Scotty Earnst made the trip for previous years.

yep - I wish I had some other canadians racing at the worlds with me....actually Tom and some other friends are coming down to watch the worlds. My wife and I are doing the vacation thing prior to the worlds...should be fun.

I think I will run the 415 at the worlds.
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Old 10-19-2004, 11:09 AM   #4334
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Hey Dan,

a/c is a step in the right direction

what is the next big race out west?

looking forward to having you out at our Magma Race...it is always a good turnout. Paul Lemeiux and Scotty Earnst made the trip for previous years.

yep - I wish I had some other canadians racing at the worlds with me....actually Tom and some other friends are coming down to watch the worlds. My wife and I are doing the vacation thing prior to the worlds...should be fun.

I think I will run the 415 at the worlds.
Hi Martin,
Since your talking about set-ups, what would be your set-up for say the Tamiya track here in the O.C. (i.e. Aliso Viejo) with the 415 or coarse. You used the 415 at the Reedy this year, right?
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Originally posted by Difuser
For those asking for a Mod Foam setup

Old Suspension

Front:
Assoc Copper
60wt 3hole
2 o-rings in bladder
2mm inside link
-.75 camber
LW kingpin for front knuckle
A/A blocks 1mm behind the arm
Outer hole on tower outer on arm
Outer Ackerman on knuckle
Diff tightend down full tight
SpeedMind Hybrid 2 35/55 compound

Rear:
Assoc Red
60wt 3 hole
0mm inside link
-1.5 camber
2mm outside middle hole Alum 1d hub
EVO 3 A/C blocks 0mm behind arm
New hole drilled outside outer hole
(use a E3 tower to locate the hole)
Outer hole on lower arm
SpeedMind 35 rear
This set up looks familiar.U ran this at Big Chill 2?.
If only my car held together till the end... I was battling for 4th place...until it came a part
It's really great that you guys came up and raced.We'll be coming down OCt 30th to Raincity.
Want more racing.
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