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Old 12-23-2004, 12:38 PM   #5821
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Hi Guys,

We just got word that we will receive more 415MS soon (double the quantity of our original 2nd batch order) so the Pre-order is open once again for the 415MS. And all pre-order still receive a titanium screw kit included with the kit

Also, like MadJack mentioned, we are soon to have our first shipment of Kai graphite components for the 415 as well

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I've been trying to get that Kai set for the longest, that would be perfect for carpet, how much and when is it coming!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 12-23-2004, 12:41 PM   #5822
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I've been trying to get that Kai set for the longest, that would be perfect for carpet, how much and when is it coming!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hey Steve there are 2 version 2.5mm and the 3mm kit which ones are you getting???
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Old 12-23-2004, 12:45 PM   #5823
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i've broken the florine coated ones as well. Pain in the ass having to drill them out of the plastic.
The weight difference is not going to keep me out of the "A" main and at least I won't hear it from the x-ray guys if I snap another one.
we usually get to laugh at those Xray guys when their goofy wheel screws loosen, and the wheel rolls off into the corner....
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Old 12-23-2004, 01:07 PM   #5824
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we usually get to laugh at those Xray guys when their goofy wheel screws loosen, and the wheel rolls off into the corner....
I never lost a wheel only slowed to avoid the wheel that broke off a 415, till this day I still haven't broke a part or lost a wheel.

Just messing don't get mad

Happy Holidays all

Carl ,Raul, dawg and Chris see ya on the 2nd Bring It!
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Old 12-23-2004, 01:16 PM   #5826
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can't make the 2nd.....
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How about Jan 29th at Maryland The Track mimis Ill be there waiting
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Old 12-23-2004, 01:32 PM   #5828
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If I don't head out to Vegas that weekend for the 6-hour enduro Mugen Sedan race I may head down to Mini's.
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I've been trying to get that Kai set for the longest, that would be perfect for carpet, how much and when is it coming!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 12-23-2004, 03:22 PM   #5830
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I take it that chassis is meant for the rug. Is it thicker than the original 415 chassis?
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Old 12-23-2004, 04:50 PM   #5831
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Wooohooo!!!Look what I found....while snooping around for presents. An SD Worlds Replica and an MS!


HAPPY HAPPY JOY JOY!!!!

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Anyone try the hard springs on the car like AE's white and the XRay red/blue/light red for carpet?
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Anyone making a front diff for the 415 yet? And a locked center puley? Hmm.one more question-any issues mounting 28mm foam tires on the car?

Thanks in advance and Happy Holidays!!
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Tamiya makes the direct center pulley, a front diff can be made out of Yokomo bits very easily.
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Old 12-23-2004, 05:17 PM   #5835
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Brass is a lot stronger than the Alum. I beleive that the LW suspension kit, that I have includes Steel ball ends. I'll look at my kit tonight.

Picked up the Tamiya motor case and another carring case. Looks good Chris. Tamiya just makes me so happy......
Carl, where did you get that carrying case.

The LW upgrade comes with steel ball studs, the MS comes with aluminum. I dont think I've crashed yet with my MS, but I havent had any problems with them bieng too fragile for normal racing, and weaving through traffic in practice.

One thing MF tought me is build your car so that it's at it's best for racing and plan on not crashing. You do sacrifice a few parts bieng a little fragile that way, but your car will be fastest that way too, it's a trade off.
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