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Old 02-18-2005, 08:56 PM   #7336
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WERE THERE ANY PICS ON THE TRF 415 AT THE SNOWBIRDS.....CHOCO
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Old 02-18-2005, 09:06 PM   #7337
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Old 02-18-2005, 09:32 PM   #7338
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LOL!!! Gotta save that pic!
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Old 02-18-2005, 10:54 PM   #7339
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BTW, I forgot to post it, but the rear end mod I tried at SoCal on Tuesday was geared towards getting the car a little more predictable on the track. I flipped the rear eccentric rings to raise the rear diff, making the rear dogbones a bit more straight. This, just like I was told, made the rear end more predictable off power, and gave it more traction on power. The new Losi, Corally, and XRay all have an option to raise the rear diff, so I knew it was for a reason.
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I hear that Tamiya is looking to buy the Yokomo stock of the diff parts and package with Tamiya header cards.
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Old 02-19-2005, 04:49 AM   #7341
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thanks guys, sounds expensive lol, i'm sticking with my one way at the minute, the car went like stink last night with it so i'm happy for now...that was on carpet though...I have no idea whats going to happen when I use it on our unique extremly slippy wooden floor!
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James, it should be fine, I've used my 415 on wooden floor with a one way before. The cars inherent stability helps in this respect.

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Old 02-19-2005, 07:14 AM   #7343
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I special ordered some Square steering knuckles for the stock 415 and come to find out that it shorter in height,used tube flanges and shim for installtion, so I was messing around and guess what the stock 415 steering knuckle will fit the LW suspension caster block


on the left is the full stock set-up and on the right is the combination of the two. No modification are need if you order the Square Steering knuckle it come with everything you need
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I special ordered some Square steering knuckles for the stock 415 and come to find out that it shorter in height,used tube flanges and shim for installtion, so I was messing around and guess what the stock 415 steering knuckle will fit the LW suspension caster block


on the left is the full stock set-up and on the right is the combination of the two. No modification are need if you order the Square Steering knuckle it come with everything you need
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