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Old 11-03-2005, 03:54 PM   #11116
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that part is not disc. speedtech has it in stock.
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Old 11-03-2005, 04:31 PM   #11117
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2x HP73507 Front and Rear Hub carriers

the rear Hub is 0, 1 or 2 ?
0, I think
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Sorry to spam, but I am selling 2 MS and a DJ pro if anyone is interested. All with LW suspension and NIP extras.
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Old 11-03-2005, 05:04 PM   #11119
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Just thinking....has anyone contemplated installing the battery slot inserts the Yok BD has? Just ordered my first 3800 pack and realize that the slots will have to be clearanced slightly, but in the event that the cells get even bigger, replacing inserts only would be a nice option
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Old 11-03-2005, 06:27 PM   #11120
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anyone have a website for an online 415 manual, or even better what size are the bearings that are in the accentric hubs in the bulkheads?
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anyone have a website for an online 415 manual, or even better what size are the bearings that are in the accentric hubs in the bulkheads?
10x15... i think.

there we go. kevin posted the right size
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Old 11-03-2005, 06:32 PM   #11122
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anyone have a website for an online 415 manual, or even better what size are the bearings that are in the accentric hubs in the bulkheads?
If you're refering to where the ball diff / front 1-way / spool goes through in the front and rear bulkheads, they are Tamiya 1510 bearings (10x15mm). For the two in the rear bulkhead that the center shaft goes through, those are Tamiya 840 bearings (4x8mm)
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Old 11-03-2005, 06:49 PM   #11123
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With the one-way it will be a challenge to find a setup that works consistently if the track is high bite. The car willl feel like it wants to continue turning the corner when you want it to go straight, not to mention the harsh turn-in you will get. Having said that, here is a setup to start with.

Front:

droop - 1mm
springs - in the 30 to 33lb range (eg. assoc purple)
oil -80 orion
shock Pos. - 2 holes in on shock tower. outer hole on arm
inside upper links - 5mm spacer (take away spacers if you want more steering)
blocks - A and A no spacers
caster - 4 degrees
sway bars - Blue
toe out - none
wheel hub spacers - 0mm
camber 1.5
wheel base - run as far forward as possible
ride height - 5 mm

Rear:

droop - 1mm
springs - 25 to 28lb spring (eg. assoc red or copper)
oil - 80 orion
shock pos - two holes in on shock tower, inner of two holes on arm
inside upper links - no spacers
outside upper link - 0.7 (if you have the alloy uprights)
upper link length - middle hole on alloy upright (or highest hole on plastic one)
blocks - d and b, no spacers (2 degree toe in)
wheel base - 2mm backward
belt - position 2
ride height - 5 mm


Only put traction compound on the inside half of the front tire and glue the vertical sidewall (front tire only) to help reduce the effect of the one-way.

Martin,

First thanks for posting a FOAM setup. Is the above for a front diff? Also, which tire compounds would it apply to?

Thanks,
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10x15... i think.

there we go. kevin posted the right size
thanks, one got fused to my spool, somehow and i need a new one
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Old 11-04-2005, 01:16 AM   #11125
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anyone have a website for an online 415 manual, or even better what size are the bearings that are in the accentric hubs in the bulkheads?
For the bearings all was said already and for the manuals you can download here.
415 http://www.tamiya.com/english/rc/rcmanual/trf415.pdf
415MS http://www.tamiya.com/english/rc/rcmanual/trf415ms.pdf
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hi. can anyone tell me the quickest way to change the spur on the 415ms?

p.s i didnt build the car

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Martin,

First thanks for posting a FOAM setup. Is the above for a front diff? Also, which tire compounds would it apply to?

Thanks,
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That is for a front one-way. It will work with a diff as well, but I took my diff setup and changed it slightly to take some steering out of it to accomodate your front one-way.

In terms of tires I like the speedmind 35R for the rear tires and the speedmind Multi compound for the front. The jaco Doublepink rear and doublepink orange front will also work.
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Old 11-04-2005, 01:49 PM   #11128
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1mm of droop wow I will try that as well ...I found that the less droop the less traction but I well try it anyway.thats pritty stiff also is it for foam as well ..... the spool will help with the swapping ends we will see sunday...
yes this is a foam tire setup.
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Old 11-04-2005, 02:44 PM   #11129
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What is the standard Carpet setup with the diff in front and direct pulley in the center? Thanks.
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Old 11-04-2005, 04:34 PM   #11130
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Got my 415msx out to the track last night for some practice runs before the SoCal Grand Prix tomorrow. I just wanted to keep everyone posted that even though the knuckles are limited slightly from going lock to lock, or even close to it, the car actually ran through the corners pretty well. Will probably run my EVO4 in stock, and maybe the 415 in 19T ?
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