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Old 05-02-2005, 04:35 PM   #8566
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Anyone have a spare 415 or 415MS lower chassis they would want to sell?

Please PM me with any info. I want to run the my 415 on asphalt, and would like to keep the current 415 lower chassis for indoor use only.

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Old 05-02-2005, 06:41 PM   #8567
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First off before any of you go off on car of the week rant, I've owned this car since Nov. 04, I my reason Im going to sale the 415 is two thing: parts availability, I live on the east coast and will forever have order parts online and conversion from carpet to pavement takes a lot of work to convert. Well here we go this is what you get, electronics not included.

Paypal only or email me at [email protected] , [email protected]


one more thing the outdrive bearings are ceramic from Yokomo and with the exception of the LW hub bearings and outdrive bearings, every bearing is abec#7 from RC4less
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First off before any of you go off on car of the week rant, I've owned this car since Nov. 04, I my reason Im going to sale the 415 is two thing: parts availability, I live on the east coast and will forever have order parts online and conversion from carpet to pavement takes a lot of work to convert. Well here we go this is what you get, electronics not included.

Paypal only or email me at [email protected] , [email protected]


one more thing the outdrive bearings are ceramic from Yokomo and with the exception of the LW hub bearings and outdrive bearings, every bearing is abec#7 from RC4less
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Old 05-02-2005, 09:44 PM   #8574
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God i wish i had pics... i got the digicam but no usb cable... so im kinda bummed out not showing pics
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Old 05-02-2005, 11:04 PM   #8575
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Quick Q... it's silly o'clock here.

Anyone tried the Subaru B4 version 2?
I tried the verison 1, quite liked it, but compared to my mazda6 and dodge3, has nowhere near enough rear grip.

The version 2 looks similar to some of the Ride bodies, with it's long rear deck. I'm tempted to get one to try it, but before I spill out my hard earned, I'm just wondering how much of an improvement it is over the v1.

Having said that, speedtech are out of stock on it... bugger, still might try a TSX instead, even if it's not legal over here.

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Old 05-03-2005, 05:45 AM   #8576
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is it necessary to use a capacitor while using a 19t motor? or does it depend on which ESC you are using?

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Old 05-03-2005, 06:08 AM   #8577
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you mean the power capacitor, like the ones on the novak GTX & GT7 ??? if that is the cap you mean, then yes i would say you would be better off using one than not using one. there has been thread a or 2 on this and its a little like battery wars. The team novak drivers all use 2 capaitors, but i think that helps the mods more than the stock and 19 turns. Get on the teamnovak website and look there. if you still want more info, send them an email.

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Quick Q... it's silly o'clock here.

Anyone tried the Subaru B4 version 2?
I tried the verison 1, quite liked it, but compared to my mazda6 and dodge3, has nowhere near enough rear grip.

The version 2 looks similar to some of the Ride bodies, with it's long rear deck. I'm tempted to get one to try it, but before I spill out my hard earned, I'm just wondering how much of an improvement it is over the v1.

Having said that, speedtech are out of stock on it... bugger, still might try a TSX instead, even if it's not legal over here.

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i got one. ill be trying it out tonight. ill let you know.
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Old 05-03-2005, 08:16 AM   #8579
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First off before any of you go off on car of the week rant, I've owned this car since Nov. 04, I my reason Im going to sale the 415 is two thing: parts availability, I live on the east coast and will forever have order parts online and conversion from carpet to pavement takes a lot of work to convert. Well here we go this is what you get, electronics not included.

Paypal only or email me at [email protected] , [email protected]


one more thing the outdrive bearings are ceramic from Yokomo and with the exception of the LW hub bearings and outdrive bearings, every bearing is abec#7 from RC4less
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Old 05-03-2005, 08:30 AM   #8580
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Hmm the outdrives aren't 90degrees from each other. Will this affect chatter?
It has to be this way. when 90 opposite to each other it will have to work against each other wich is not good at all!
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