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Old 12-07-2004, 08:36 AM   #5371
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Just wondering will tamiya still make the MS edition or will it be one pre order like the yokomo and that's it

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Does the kit's part number start with 49? or does it start with a 5?

Umm yeah...sanding and cutting a 9mm rear shock tower mount out of carbon is bad for the skin...I STILL feel kinda ichy...
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hey guys...i'm in the process of ordering my ms kit ...question though...is the Ti screw set worth the 30-40$ extra? thx.

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for the MS:
5mm x 9mm 8 each
5mm x 8mm 2 each
10mm x 15mm 4each
4mm x 8mm 2 each

for the regualr 415
5mm x 11mm 8 each
5mm x 8mm 2 each
10mm x 15mm 4each
4mm x 8mm 2 each
Thanks Jeffrey, that was what I needed.
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Old 12-07-2004, 11:49 AM   #5374
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I've been running 3 hole pistons with 60wt oil recently. But I think I might drop down to 50, and generate a little more grip.
Originally I went with 2 hole pistons and 50wt oil, and thta feels pretty similar.
I'm not sure thats what you want to hear though....

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Old 12-07-2004, 11:51 AM   #5375
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hey guys...i'm in the process of ordering my ms kit ...question though...is the Ti screw set worth the 30-40$ extra? thx.

Gary
That's up to you, I opted to get it. If you want it thrown in with the price of the kit and dont necissarely need everything right this second, pre-order one at Speedtech.
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Does the kit's part number start with 49? or does it start with a 5?
49, is that good or bad

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Randy, are you going to Tamiya this Saturday?
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49, is that good or bad

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Don't worry, there will be plenty to go around. The 414m2 and the Surikarn were both "limited" with 49xxx kit #. I guess they were limited to 50,000 kits. The 414 WCR however, was really limited to 1,700 kits as numbered on the motor plate. I don't believe the MS is a true 415 WC replica though.
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Randy, are you going to Tamiya this Saturday?
Sorry I wont be able to make it this saturday. I'll be at SoCal next Tuesday most likely.
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From which manufacturer is the servo horn (aluminium blue) that M.Rheinard and S.Maezumi were using at the worlds.
I can see in the pictures that is a long one.

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It looks like they were both using 9550 servos, Futaba makes long alu horns

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Thanks man - i've got a ko servo, so I'm pretty sure they won't fit!
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