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Old 11-02-2004, 03:56 PM   #4591
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The A Bridge block is for the front of the car (the kit comes with D Bridge block) The A bridge block is narrower than the D block and it will sweep the front hinge-pins back a bit to help the car turn in a bit more.

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Hello I want to buy the A ft block where can i get it? thanx
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Old 11-02-2004, 04:01 PM   #4592
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Well I do know that Tamiya USA did distribute a few "spools" and locked pulleys (different than what the normal locked pulley is) around the September time frame. So I wouldn't count out a 415 WCR with a Spool inside. After all, it would be a "limited" kit. And it wouldn't be a "true" Replica if it didn't have a Spool.

But who knows... if Tamiya did announce a 415 WCR before the 415MS is released... I'm sure it would hurt the sales of the 415MS since people would hold out instead and buy the 415 WCR.

Just a thought.. hehe..
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Old 11-02-2004, 04:46 PM   #4593
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Same here bro! 1st race with the 415 & nabbed 2nd in Sportsman Stock (above Novice but below Expert) Led the 1st half of my main but the the guy in second was ripping off some expert stock quality lap times and got around me. Won a new body shell out of the deal though

Had a constant push ALL day though. I ordered an A bridge block to toe out the front arms but was sent the wrong block
So the A block that you get in the Kit is for the rear only? because my local can only find the 1 part# 51065..
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Old 11-02-2004, 05:02 PM   #4594
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Speedtech R/C (www.speedtechrc.com) is the best place to buy Tamiya parts unless you happen to know a TRF driver or live in Aliso Viejo, CA

I don't know the part number for the front bridge block A (Steve, could you post that?) Thats probably why I got the wrong part in the mail
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Old 11-02-2004, 05:07 PM   #4595
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here you go
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Old 11-02-2004, 07:50 PM   #4596
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I use the tape to hold the batteries in, But I install a cut down TB02 battery brace to go over the top of batteries, and the under the tape. I can reuse the tape all week even running mod foam. I have had many troubles with the batteries looking like a W before I finaly came up with these solutions.

The only problem runing foams on the car seems to be when you use the LW suspension. The earlier mentioned lowering of the king pin helps if you run 28mm like jaco on the older suspension. If you want to run the LW suspesion, it doesn't allow the backspacing of the 28mm wheel without more modifying of suspension. I am still working on a better setup, I am still a little off pace of where I'd like to be, but thats using some of the best drivers in the nation type of times for a goal.
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Old 11-02-2004, 08:19 PM   #4597
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Anybody knows what is the X block for??
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Old 11-02-2004, 08:22 PM   #4598
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running a 102T spur.. pick up 28-41T.. TiR pinions are the best. that set covers me for stock and 19T.
41? wow

for indoor carpet, to cover mod through stock, 24 through 30 should cover for 102 spur. On a tight indoor carpet track (80x40), with Monster stock, 102/28 works well.
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Old 11-02-2004, 08:25 PM   #4599
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I'm guessing the higher ones are for 19t

Guys are gearing the snot out of the Reedy Spec 19's
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here you go
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HEHEEHEH no its a picture from a website that i copyed it from .
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Old 11-02-2004, 09:34 PM   #4602
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yah I went to tamiyausa and seen it...I found it @ speedtech but the part# is not the same as the right 1 you have......
it list as D bridge 51064-x and A bridge 51064-x I'm not sure what ordering so, I will e-mail them 1st..Thanx
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Guys are gearing the snot out of the Reedy Spec 19's


i used the 41T on the yokomo handout 19T at the Ko Propo Grand Prix
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Another WOW.

I guess for those of us who race on carpet indoors only, we can't even fathom that gear ratio.

US seriously needs more tracks like Tamiya track, you guys in CA are spoiled.
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yah I went to tamiyausa and seen it...I found it @ speedtech but the part# is not the same as the right 1 you have......
it list as D bridge 51064-x and A bridge 51064-x I'm not sure what ordering so, I will e-mail them 1st..Thanx
Customworksking,

to conserve space on our website, a lot of times we consolidate similar parts under one part number. The option you want to select is the A-bridge block.

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