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Old 06-02-2005, 05:50 PM   #9076
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Ran my MS today with the DJ rear end, big thanks to ed for the base setup. Got it lapping very nice from the start, the only slight problem was the rear wanting to come round as i exited the tighter corners if anyone can shed any light on that.
Sounds strange, what Setup off Ed have you used ?

I ran David's setup (available on the tamiya usa webby) with only differences being the springs, yellow front and fluo red on rear. My car was just planted like that.
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Old 06-02-2005, 06:25 PM   #9077
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Ran my MS today with the DJ rear end, big thanks to ed for the base setup. Got it lapping very nice from the start, the only slight problem was the rear wanting to come round as i exited the tighter corners if anyone can shed any light on that.
Are you running any spacers under the front rear toeblock?
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Old 06-02-2005, 07:43 PM   #9078
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Ran my MS today with the DJ rear end, big thanks to ed for the base setup. Got it lapping very nice from the start, the only slight problem was the rear wanting to come round as i exited the tighter corners if anyone can shed any light on that.
You can mover you rear camber link out to the outter hole on the rear hub. That will give you more side bite and take away some of that loosness when cornering. I did that on mine and really settle down the rear. I do the same thing on my offroad truck and the result was the same.
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Old 06-04-2005, 01:25 AM   #9079
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Hey I was wondering if I could get some advise from you Tamiya guys ?
I'm running Tamiya shocks on my xxx-s, I'm using the gold ball studs that the shocks mount to, but the threads are a little short. a guy at my local track ''SRS'' gave me one that had long threads on it, but he didn't know the part #.

I went to the Tamiya web site and I could not find any thing. I tried a few local Hobby shops that sell Tamiya parts, no one seems to know what car uses that ball stud or that part #.

I see lundsford sells alot of different size ball studs but I don't know what size it is.

If any of you guys could help me with this I would really appreciate it.

Also I was wondering If any of You guys would know how many different size pistons, Tamiya makes for there shocks, and what would be the closest equivalent to losi pistons?

Do any other brand of pistons fit the Tamiya shocks?

I figured out that the Associated springs fit the Tamiya shocks.

Any and all help with these questions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks Mike.
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Old 06-04-2005, 03:52 AM   #9080
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Heya Guys.

Just wondering if anyone could tell me what the differences in the suspension blocks are.

A,B,C,D.


Thanks GUys.
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Old 06-04-2005, 04:13 AM   #9081
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Here is a link with all the suspension block settings

http://members.home.nl/theihzen/ToeBlocks%TRF415.xls

Got this from E.C.
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Old 06-04-2005, 04:26 AM   #9082
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hehehe.... seen that before....
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Old 06-04-2005, 05:56 AM   #9083
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hehehe.... seen that before....
And it looks good
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glad it proves useful.... afterall it's what it's there for
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http://www.pdubracing.com/RROC%20039s.jpg

Who's car was that from the Reedy Race? Just wondering who ran a Novak Brushless.
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On the Suspension blocks.

What has been the height of the EvoIV and 415 blocks. The EvoIII and 414 are 2mm and I think 1mm respectivly.

And do you know the part Numbers of the 0deg, 1deg and 2deg hub and what car they came with?
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Nexus it would have been Charlie or Fernando's car. Looking at the pics I think it is Fernando's car.
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what sizes of hex drivers do i need to work on the car, i just one and need new tools
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what sizes of hex drivers do i need to work on the car, i just one and need new tools
1.5mm & 2mm are the hex drivers you will need for the 415.

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On the Suspension blocks.

What has been the height of the EvoIV and 415 blocks. The EvoIII and 414 are 2mm and I think 1mm respectivly.

And do you know the part Numbers of the 0deg, 1deg and 2deg hub and what car they came with?
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