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Old 03-20-2005, 08:29 PM   #7906
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Old 03-20-2005, 09:04 PM   #7907
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I've have seen the light, all this talk about the 415 or 415ms on carpet Bah, Bah, Bah. Fernado is slicin' some serious carpet with pretty much stock 415"""""""""""MS"""""""""", so for those people second guessing their 415's. You can and you will beat the enemy, I demand it. I will try best to post the results and set-up 2day
We have seen the light since the birds. Pretty much Fernando, Arun and I have been testing the 415 for the whole winter season.
Arun's proved it at the birds....he qualified 4th in touring 19T sportsman class.....I finished ok - 3rd B main same class.



Can't wait for the Reedy.....rubber tire racing....
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Old 03-20-2005, 10:53 PM   #7908
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how did fernando finish?
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Old 03-20-2005, 11:01 PM   #7909
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Hmm. Ran the 415 at it's second race and car was great with a spool. I wouldn't say the Jurgen spool held up that great though. It split then spit out the sliders after 2 battery packs w/ a 19 turn...
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We have seen the light since the birds. Pretty much Fernando, Arun and I have been testing the 415 for the whole winter season.
Arun's proved it at the birds....he qualified 4th in touring 19T sportsman class.....I finished ok - 3rd B main same class.



Can't wait for the Reedy.....rubber tire racing....
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What modifications were made to the front end to get the foam tires to fit over the ball cup? There's normally an interference condition when running foam tires that wide.
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What modifications were made to the front end to get the foam tires to fit over the ball cup? There's normally an interference condition when running foam tires that wide.
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Was that running the LW Suspension or stock?

Just wondering and looking for foam setups on a stock 415 to compare .
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PRo4 castor block and steering knuckle
Just the Pro4 steering knuckle...the c-hub is LW tamiya. You must put a thin shim on the top and bottom of the knuckle. This is how we ran them at the Snowbirds.
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