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Old 05-02-2005, 07:54 AM   #8551
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It's not that you can't use the std car parts on the MS chassis, just you'd need a few extra bits.
The suspension blocks are closer together on the MS. So you'd need shorter piviot pins as well.
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It's not that you can't use the std car parts on the MS chassis, just you'd need a few extra bits.
The suspension blocks are closer together on the MS. So you'd need shorter piviot pins as well.
so theres less wheelbase adjustment,is new pins all il need
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Yeah, I think thats all...
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Old 05-02-2005, 08:48 AM   #8554
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Hey guys, just thought i share that i made a balldiff for the front of my 415... every part on it is Tamiya, no Yoke here

I used 2 short halves of the 415 out drives. 3 bearings instead of 2, ta03 carbon gear shaft (cut to fitted length), and the ta04 diff screw with thrust bearing and locknut
Any pics...wanna to see how it looks...tks
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Also, I don't have the new rear suspension components, how do you like them?

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I'm digging it, I had a decent setup a while ago but never wrote it down I wanted to try DJ's setup last weekend but I had "issues" most of the day but I did get one decent run in near the end of the day. It was a mid-pack a-main run on a greenish track so I am somewhat happy. I'll stick with this setup and go from there. He said he scanned into pdf (but there are a few corrections to be made) so I'd hit him up.
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Old 05-02-2005, 09:15 AM   #8556
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Anyone tried a Stratus 3.0 carpet outdoors? Just got one as the AP version isnīt out yet here. Is there a big difference?
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Old 05-02-2005, 09:21 AM   #8557
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Anyone tried a Stratus 3.0 carpet outdoors? Just got one as the AP version isnīt out yet here. Is there a big difference?
i tried the stratus 3 carpet on ashphelt on saturday.
the body has more understeer then the mazda 6.
also tried the nemesis.this seemed to be the best balanced body of all,
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Old 05-02-2005, 10:24 AM   #8558
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V12 not a huge difference but it is there. You get a touch more steeing with the AP version. It also feels a touch more planted. To contrast I tried the Rayspeed Acura against the 3.0 and there was a uge difference in overall downforce. Huge highspeed loose from the Rayspeed.
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Old 05-02-2005, 11:41 AM   #8559
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DOES ANY ONE HAVE A COPY OF THE 415 MANUAL?OR A PHOTO COPY OF IT I CAN HAVE OR BUY?THANKS
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Still looking for someone to sell or let me go in on there next order. I really want to get some of these so if someone could help it would be greatly appreciated.
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V12 not a huge difference but it is there. You get a touch more steeing with the AP version. It also feels a touch more planted. To contrast I tried the Rayspeed Acura against the 3.0 and there was a uge difference in overall downforce. Huge highspeed loose from the Rayspeed.
Thanks Difuser. Thatīs the information I was looking for. So a little more downforce overall for the AP. As we have no AP here yet itīs just good I got the carpet version at least. We have a race at a very big track next weekend. Used a PF Stratus 2.0 there last year as the Mazda or Alfa 2.0 have too much drag. So have now 2 different PFīs and a Ride MK II for this year.
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At yesterday's race the car was really good after trying all the things mentioned to get more on-power steering. It was only my fifth time racing electric and I managed to qualify 4th in Expert Stock.

Someone mentioned I should run front toe in for more on-power steering. Will this have any effect on off power steering?
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Old 05-02-2005, 02:46 PM   #8563
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I've been looking at the 415MS and want to get one. However, I can't seem to find anyone that has it in stock at a reasonable price (avg price I've seen is $469). If anyone can help me locate one that is in stock and around this price I will be forever greatful.
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Old 05-02-2005, 04:06 PM   #8565
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Does anyone have a good 19T or Mod starting setup with a spool for a 415MS with rubber tires on high-bite asphalt?
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