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Old 04-10-2005, 04:13 AM   #8146
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New low height sus mount blocks..
You can make yourself some ghetto-ones like these with the originals, just flip them over and shim on the screws so the "humps" do not make holes in the graphite, it should be the same as these new ones
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Old 04-10-2005, 04:39 AM   #8147
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Shouldn't it be 1.5mm lower than the evo blocks? I believe that the evo blocks are 1mm higher than the 415's.
Woops... my bad
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Old 04-10-2005, 04:43 AM   #8148
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I'll be at Shin Yokohama from April 11 - 19, how about a tour or your tracks?
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sure thing! will do that.

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Old 04-10-2005, 05:41 AM   #8150
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Hi guys

I dunno if this has been asked before but im having trouble with 26mm foams on the front they rub i was wondering what a solution to this is apart from getting larger wheel hexs? is there anyother way?

Its the Ms version

Any help is appreciated

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Old 04-10-2005, 08:49 AM   #8151
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thanks bud come to think of it, if the TC4 "graphite tub "can be good outdoors then so can my car
I'm running outdoor asphalt with 26mm foam. 415 stock suspension, stock chassis, with DOUBLE deck. I dont think any chassis combination will be any stiffer than that and it running quite well. However the drop steup will be very sensitive. I virtually change no camber/toein (locked to camber 1.5R/0F, toein 3R/-1F) but drop only during driving.

Tried lower rear RC today but doesn't like the feeling, pushing heavily during corner exit. Roll back to old setting next week.
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Old 04-10-2005, 02:11 PM   #8152
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Old 04-10-2005, 06:10 PM   #8154
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Woops... my bad
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Ha!!!! I was wrong too about Dave being right. At least I was right about 1 thing though... they are 1mm diff!
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Old 04-10-2005, 06:15 PM   #8155
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quick check: would TA04 one-way outdrives fit into 415? thanks

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it's the TA04 outdrive
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Hi guys

I dunno if this has been asked before but im having trouble with 26mm foams on the front they rub i was wondering what a solution to this is apart from getting larger wheel hexs? is there anyother way?

Its the Ms version

I don't own the MS...but it might be because the MS has a narrower width than the stock 415. If you could use pivot blocks that widen the car that might solve your problems.
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Would anyone have a solution to high speed understeer?? The rest of the car seems to be handling pretty well and consistant. I'm using ALMOST the box settings from the MS but with XB, B on rear and A D on front. 1.5 degree camber, 4 deg castor. Also.... I'm running in Modified.
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Would anyone have a solution to high speed understeer?? The rest of the car seems to be handling pretty well and consistant. I'm using ALMOST the box settings from the MS but with XB, B on rear and A D on front. 1.5 degree camber, 4 deg castor. Also.... I'm running in Modified.
I would go back to the std toe in blocks, youre running a wide front narrow rear, this will make it more stable in the rear, i like running mine narrow front wide rear, really turns in hard.
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