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Old 07-13-2005, 02:59 PM   #9406
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Just wanted to let you guys know all my 415MS parts are for sale. Check it out in the for sale thread under "tamiya 415ms parts blowout". Thanks.
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Whats the best low profile digital servo for this car that is high-speed/ torque
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Does anyone know the difference between the flourine coated Tamiya shocks, part #53571, and the special blue Tamiya shocks, part #49355, other than the color? Is the mounting hardware the same on both? The Tamiya web site states the 53571 will work with TA04, TRF414M, TL-01, TB-01, TB EVO III and the 49355 will work with TT-01, TGS, TB-02, TB EVO IV, TRF415. I like the gray color but I want a spare set for my TRF415. If they are different what is the difference? Thanks for the advice in advance.
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Hi guys, I'm looking at getting a Tamiya 415, actually how many version are there? I heard there's a yamayama cup edition and MS edition right, wat are the difference?

Thanks alot for any feedbacks, I'm getting confused here
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Hi guys, I'm looking at getting a Tamiya 415, actually how many version are there? I heard there's a yamayama cup edition and MS edition right, wat are the difference?

Thanks alot for any feedbacks, I'm getting confused here
Theres supposly 2 the original 415 and now the 415ms .. But they are releasing the msx kit thats the updated 415.
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Does anyone know the difference between the flourine coated Tamiya shocks, part #53571, and the special blue Tamiya shocks, part #49355, other than the color? Is the mounting hardware the same on both? The Tamiya web site states the 53571 will work with TA04, TRF414M, TL-01, TB-01, TB EVO III and the 49355 will work with TT-01, TGS, TB-02, TB EVO IV, TRF415. I like the gray color but I want a spare set for my TRF415. If they are different what is the difference? Thanks for the advice in advance.
You can use either on your 415.

The special blue ones are limited edition with the extra grip blue tops and bottoms as well as the blue cylinder nut to adjust the spring tension rather than the kit plastic item.
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The special blue ones are limited edition with the extra grip blue tops and bottoms as well as the blue cylinder nut to adjust the spring tension rather than the kit plastic item.
No they are not, they just have standard blue tops and bottoms. The knurled tops and bottoms were optional bits and did not come with the blue shock set. Also they come with the standard threaded plastic adjusters.
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No they are not, they just have standard blue tops and bottoms. The knurled tops and bottoms were optional bits and did not come with the blue shock set. Also they come with the standard threaded plastic adjusters.
there are actually "two" versions of the blue shocks. 49355 comes with the grippy tops and bottoms. but not alum. retainers.

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Whats the best low profile digital servo for this car that is high-speed/ torque

I think the Futaba S9550 low profile digital servo is proably the best.
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Does anyone know the difference between the flourine coated Tamiya shocks, part #53571, and the special blue Tamiya shocks, part #49355, other than the color? Is the mounting hardware the same on both? The Tamiya web site states the 53571 will work with TA04, TRF414M, TL-01, TB-01, TB EVO III and the 49355 will work with TT-01, TGS, TB-02, TB EVO IV, TRF415. I like the gray color but I want a spare set for my TRF415. If they are different what is the difference? Thanks for the advice in advance.
Not the sameshaft length, the silver ones are longer and will thus fit the older cars like the TA04 and TRF414, while the blue ones, being shorter, won't allow proper adjustment of the droop on these same cars.
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Hi guys,

i'm having difficulty finding the LW suspension set for the 415. can i instead use the tb02/ta04 LW set? thanks!!!
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i'm having difficulty finding the LW suspension set for the 415. can i instead use the tb02/ta04 LW set? thanks!!!
Yes this is the kit i used, although from memory i had to use different length rear universals
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Yes this is the kit i used, although from memory i had to use different length rear universals
There is a lightweight TA04/41x set?

The non MS 415's unis are longer, and the uprights use different bearings.
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