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Old 10-28-2005, 01:12 PM   #10981
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6 or 5 for the front and 5 or 4 for the rear. Thatīs for rubber. Donīt know on foams.
Thanks a lot, I use rubber...

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Old 10-28-2005, 05:57 PM   #10982
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Hey guys,

Speedtech seems to be out of a few miscellaneous parts I need (shims, layshaft stopper, plastic shock end, ballcups, etc.) Where are you guys getting your stuff? (The more local to California, the better!)
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Old 10-28-2005, 06:29 PM   #10983
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Socal might have some of that stuff or Ultimate hobbies?



Also whats does rasing the rear camber link do?? more/less traction..its for the regular 415.
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Old 10-28-2005, 06:42 PM   #10984
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Yeah, I'll check at both those places. I was just hoping there was somewhere online where I could order from

Raising the rear inner camber link would lower the rear roll center, which would increase grip.
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Old 10-28-2005, 10:07 PM   #10985
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Yeah, I'll check at both those places. I was just hoping there was somewhere online where I could order from

Raising the rear inner camber link would lower the rear roll center, which would increase grip.
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Old 10-28-2005, 10:15 PM   #10986
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SMcpot has already mentioned he tried Speedtech.
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Old 10-28-2005, 10:36 PM   #10987
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SMcpot has already mentioned he tried Speedtech.
err sorry i'd just woke up it's 5 AM, misread... Then I can safely say i have no clue where he can go
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Old 10-29-2005, 12:01 AM   #10988
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Yeah, I'll check at both those places. I was just hoping there was somewhere online where I could order from

Raising the rear inner camber link would lower the rear roll center, which would increase grip.
Does it have to be online. There's a small LHS about 15min. from the Tamiya wharehouse, they can pick the parts up for you directly from Tamiya and you can get them without paying full retail, instead of going thru Tamiya direct!
The hobby store is called Gyro's Hobby in Laguna Hills. Ask for Devon! He's their Tamiya expert! Maybe you can work something out if you can't go there to pick up the parts. No guarentee but, I'm trying to help out! Give you some alternatives!!!
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Old 10-29-2005, 02:32 AM   #10989
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Someone noticed the new Xenon parts for the LW suspension?
There is new C-Hub 0°, rear hub 0° toe in and front knuckles standard and trailing version.
http://www.worldlingo.com/SH0gfCf2o9...vsdw/translate
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Someone noticed the new Xenon parts for the LW suspension?
There is new C-Hub 0°, rear hub 0° toe in and front knuckles standard and trailing version.
http://www.worldlingo.com/SH0gfCf2o9...vsdw/translate
I can't open the web page
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Old 10-29-2005, 03:55 AM   #10991
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Hmm, donīt know why this isnīt working.
Xenons site is http://www.xenon.ne.jp/ So you have to enter this manually at the translator website.
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Quick, Can anyone give me a starting rollout for a 8x1?
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Does it have to be online. There's a small LHS about 15min. from the Tamiya wharehouse, they can pick the parts up for you directly from Tamiya and you can get them without paying full retail, instead of going thru Tamiya direct!
The hobby store is called Gyro's Hobby in Laguna Hills. Ask for Devon! He's their Tamiya expert! Maybe you can work something out if you can't go there to pick up the parts. No guarentee but, I'm trying to help out! Give you some alternatives!!!
Thanks for the suggestion.....I'll have to give them a call
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hey, i am brand new to TC racing and am going to have my first race with a 415MS tomorrow. can anyone give me a ballpark figure on a pinion size for a short tight carpet track and a 10single mod?

thanks, dan
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hey, i am brand new to TC racing and am going to have my first race with a 415MS tomorrow. can anyone give me a ballpark figure on a pinion size for a short tight carpet track and a 10single mod?

thanks, dan
Err are you new to RC racing or only to touring cars racing ? Cuz if that's gonna be your first race ever, i'd recommend going for the 27T class.

Otherwise, It really depends on the motor, cells, size of track and tyres (foam or rubber).
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