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Old 11-12-2004, 08:27 PM   #4831
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Looks like aluminuminum
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Old 11-12-2004, 09:07 PM   #4832
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is it an extra screw sumwhere
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It looks like a one piece, machined gear (graphite composit??)
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Old 11-12-2004, 09:44 PM   #4834
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Maybe it's made out of black soap, no really what is it?
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Old 11-12-2004, 10:41 PM   #4835
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Hey

Are TB01-TG10 steering knuckles the same or interchangeable with TA04's?

I want to get some of these for my TRF-415 in the future. Want some blue aluminum knuck's but not paying Tamiya price for them

http://asiatees.com/display.php?id=5...del=TB01&pid=1
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Old 11-12-2004, 10:46 PM   #4836
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i always thought anti-squat caused more grip in the rear on accel... could be wrong, tho. maybe thats why i cant tune my car for s#%@t!!!!
anti squat is for rear right? what if there is no spacer on each of the suspension mount?
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Are TB01-TG10 steering knuckles the same or interchangeable with TA04's?

I want to get some of these for my TRF-415 in the future. Want some blue aluminum knuck's but not paying Tamiya price for them

http://asiatees.com/display.php?id=5...del=TB01&pid=1
Too bad they are GPM.. they make horse manuer. Never had single GPM part that fit right on any car.
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Old 11-13-2004, 12:50 AM   #4839
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It looks like a one piece, machined gear (graphite composit??)

Yep your correct....... but now the question is who makes it
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Yep your correct....... but now the question is who makes it
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Old 11-13-2004, 05:05 AM   #4841
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So have fun later.
Tomorrow I will have the next race with the 415. Maybe comparing with my old EVO III.
Smooth and fast! My test was difficult at first as there seemed to be no grip with Sorex 28s - then I went head on into the wall with radio interference which damaged my shell on its second lap
I was losing a bit of confidence in the car and was feeling pretty frustrated about the handling (Marc Rheinard setup from rcworld.ch), but then I changed to Sorex 24Rs and turned down my dual rate on the steering - then it was really quick :yes: with maybe just a little too much understeer for my liking, but this can be fixed. I did a 8.5 second lap with the 415, compared to a 8.6 with the Xray - but these were on different days, so I won't draw any conclusions just yet.
Monday I will be doing a head-to-head test.

For my driving style, the 415 is much nicer to drive than the EVO III - I could never get the EVO III to turn in the way I liked.

Hope you have a good race and look forward to you comparison.

Cheers, Mark.
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Nope... it`s not plastic or Derlin
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I notice the outdrive slots aren't 90deg to each other, like on my speedtech spool...

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who makes that spool???

yeah that means more chatter i think?
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Just been busy fitting all the old suspension back on my 415, sick of trying to make the new stuff work indoor and failing so back to the old tried and trusted setup. Rick
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Yep your correct....... but now the question is who makes it
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Who makes it??? i need one!
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