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Old 12-02-2004, 05:03 PM   #5206
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Soooo very poor..... bit like my general jokes (ask anyone who knows me )
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Old 12-02-2004, 05:30 PM   #5208
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Id be willing to bet that Randy shows up with a red 415! Did you ever get your GSXR?
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Old 12-02-2004, 05:35 PM   #5210
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I'd be willing to bet that Randy shows up with a red 415!
I"m sure he might just do that... but I have seen it done before..... but Orange or Green would really stand out
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Id be willing to bet that Randy shows up with a red 415! Did you ever get your GSXR?
Actually I like the Tamiya blue color...

Everyone talked me out of the GSXR, but I got an 05 WRX STi instead
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Thats cool. AS much as i like to ride you still cant control everyone around you. Welcome to the ranks.
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Old 12-02-2004, 05:51 PM   #5213
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Hi Koabich,
on mine to stop the posts moving up and down I run 3 of the 0.1mm axle spacers (the ones that you place between the hub bearings and the hex retaining pin). I place 1 between the bottom alloy collar and steering arm (underneath) and the other two on top of the arm, beneath the two alloy spacers.
completely eleminates all the slop, works well.
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Do you have a part number for theses...Cant find them!!

II run 3 of the 0.1mm axle spacers (the ones that you place between the hub bearings and the hex retaining pin)
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Thats cool. AS much as i like to ride you still cant control everyone around you. Welcome to the ranks.
I'm still thinking about getting one, but for now, my STi is getting ready for the track
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Old 12-02-2004, 06:39 PM   #5215
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Do you have a part number for theses...Cant find them!!

II run 3 of the 0.1mm axle spacers (the ones that you place between the hub bearings and the hex retaining pin)
ermmm, I've had a look at the instrution booklet (kit and lightweight arm set) can't find any part numbers. However, specifically they are the 5x0.1mm shims, and they come in a 10 pack.
I'm sure, but they may come in the spacer bag (9400096), but as I've never had to order any, and have always seemed to have an excess (1 415 kit, and 2 lwt suspension kits ) I can't quote that for sure.

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kentech: what kind of front suspension bridge does the MS comes with? D/D ???
When built according to the manual the suspension blocks are:

Front:
F: 1 A
R: 1 A (bridge)

Rear:
F: 1 A
R: 1 C

In addition you get these:
1 B
1 D
1 X
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Do you have a part number for theses...Cant find them!!

II run 3 of the 0.1mm axle spacers (the ones that you place between the hub bearings and the hex retaining pin)
Here are the part numbers for the Tamiya shim sets:

53585,TAMIYA, 3mm SHIM SET 10PCS
53586,TAMIYA, 4mm SHIM SET 10PCS
53587,TAMIYA, 5mm SHIM SET 10PCS
53588,TAMIYA, 10mm SHIM SET 10PCS

Each bag includes 0.1, 0.2 and 0.3mm thick shims.
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New 415MS WC parts set just announced for 12/16 release on Tamiya's web site.
I couldn't find these details on the site - can you post a link please?
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I couldn't find these details on the site - can you post a link please?
Ballsie, my post has the link. Just click on the underlined text and it will take you there. It's in Japanese though.
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