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Old 12-12-2004, 07:52 PM   #5476
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Tamiya makes the delrin? Part Number?
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Old 12-12-2004, 08:04 PM   #5477
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Tamiya makes the delrin? Part Number?
53804 TRF415 Reinforced Diff
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Old 12-12-2004, 08:08 PM   #5478
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The delrin outdrives on my EVO 3 SL didn't last too long..... You run hotter motors than I do too. Maybe they changed the material a bit though.

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Hmm, BK bones on a Tamiya... why not?
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Old 12-12-2004, 08:40 PM   #5480
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Hmm, so my MS kit is missing out on a few things. I'd like the alloy hub carriers, anyone know a part # for em?
The 0deg al. rear hub carriers have not been released yet.
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I think you should try it

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The 0deg al. rear hub carriers have not been released yet.
I guess thats why I dont have a part # already

Will the Square hubs for the Evo 4 fit?
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Old 12-12-2004, 09:13 PM   #5483
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I guess thats why I dont have a part # already

Will the Square hubs for the Evo 4 fit?
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I think you should try it

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I gotta say, it's definately nice to have a mill in the garage
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Old 12-12-2004, 09:15 PM   #5485
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no milling for TCS Randy
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straight from Tamiya.com (finally in english)

here's the 'worlds' part kit.. still missing the spool! How hard can it for Tamiya to make a diff or a spool for this thing? I'm running the Yok diff up front, but would be nice to have a REAL Tamiya front diff/spool.


TRF415MS World Champion Parts Set *Limited release
ITEM 49351
This set contains the same high quality Tamiya option parts that Marc Reinhard used to soup up his TRF415MS chassis, enabling him to race to victory at the 2004 IFMAR ISTC World Championships. Set includes four kinds of suspension mounts, permitting even narrower installation of suspension arms, a set of 0 degree toe-in aluminum rear uprights, and a direct center pulley to improve throttle response. Take advantage of this kit to unlock your machine's hidden potential, and achieve champion racing results
So this means that if you get the Tamiya 415MS along with the TRF415MS World Champion Parts Set ITEM 49351 you will have in your hands the exact same car that Marc Reinhard ran at the 2004 IFMAR ISTC World's
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you might be able to call it chassis lightening......... lol Proabably not though.

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no milling for TCS Randy
This wont be my TCS car, this will be my practice for TCS car. The only thing BK bones do is basically make it feel like you're running new outdrives all the time, for TCS, I will be running new outdrives all the time, lol.
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So this means that if you get the Tamiya 415MS along with the TRF415MS World Champion Parts Set ITEM 49351 you will have in your hands the exact same car that Marc Reinhard ran at the 2004 IFMAR ISTC World's
minus front spool, custom made sway bars, HPI springs, Ti screws... I'm sure there is more. If you get the MS, then WCPS, you'll have pretty hop'd up 415

Tamiya should just release an EXACT copy, then # it like last WC car. Even if it was $600, I bet they sell ALL of them.
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