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Old 11-09-2005, 04:46 PM   #11176
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The only place I've seen it is at the RC Mushroom site, which is in HK.

I'll check out the cyclone ones. Dang I just missed their free shipping deal. Thanks.
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Old 11-09-2005, 05:16 PM   #11177
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Hi Ed,

You have mentioned the following part for using the Pro4 knuckles. Is this a European/Asian part since in US I've only seen the MIP CVD ones. And the part number is nowhere to be found. Can you (or someone in the US) point me to the right direction? Thanks.

HP75187 PRO4 Universal axles (NOT the MIP CVD ones)
The reason is HPI have stopped supporting the MIP CVD style and are moving to these new ones that are similar to the Cyclone ones. Maybe there is a slight lag between japan and the USA and onyl japan has the new ones yet, like probably HPI USA has still the MIP ones in stock.
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Old 11-09-2005, 05:43 PM   #11178
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Any shops in the US getting the 415 refine kits end of this month? Would also want to find out the price if its similar to 40000 Yen.
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Old 11-10-2005, 01:24 AM   #11179
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www.rczone.net has posted some new information about trf415 refine2. Releasedate in japan is dec 10.
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Default about trf415 parts compatibility.

hiya folks!
i have a spare 415 chassis ( the original one).
is it possible to mount the MSX conversion kit on it? or do i need to get the LE chassis?
i already have reversible arms on my current car.
if anyone can shed any light on this, i would really appreciate it.
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Old 11-10-2005, 03:03 AM   #11181
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Tryhard:I have been having trouble trying to download the charts for spring rates and 415 toein blocks. Can you help??
Also do you have any info for the TA05 on your web site as well??
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Old 11-10-2005, 05:07 AM   #11182
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Tryhard:I have been having trouble trying to download the charts for spring rates and 415 toein blocks. Can you help??
Also do you have any info for the TA05 on your web site as well??
Hi, are you trying to download them from links on here? if so, they won't work anymore, as I moved the files as part of the site update.
Try these instead

Universal Spring Chart

Toe-in Blocks

I don't have any info on the TA05 I'm afriad, although from what I understand, it's probably not far off a 415 fitted with the older suspension.

BTW guys and gals, the new setup section is up, hopefully it'll make it easier to find a setup you want. I do have a load of setups to add (Martin Crisp's IIC's, TRF415boy's, and some guy named Dave Spashet...), that next on the agenda. Again, if anyone has anything to contribute to the site, just send me an email or pm me

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EDIT - Fixed the excel document link prob on the site, should all work fine and dandy now... cheers for pointing it out.
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hiya folks!
i have a spare 415 chassis ( the original one).
is it possible to mount the MSX conversion kit on it? or do i need to get the LE chassis?
i already have reversible arms on my current car.
if anyone can shed any light on this, i would really appreciate it.
thanks.
-alexander
Yup, perfectly possible. All the bulkhead mounting holes are in the same place, so there will be no trouble fitting the conversion... hell you could do as Marc R did (and some on here do) and run it with the old suspension

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Old 11-10-2005, 06:51 AM   #11184
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hiya folks!
i have a spare 415 chassis ( the original one).
is it possible to mount the MSX conversion kit on it? or do i need to get the LE chassis?
i already have reversible arms on my current car.
if anyone can shed any light on this, i would really appreciate it.
thanks.
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Old 11-10-2005, 07:00 AM   #11185
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hi , woould you trade my vintage team losi xx-cr for something? email back to [email protected] asap as this car is veeeery rare and will change hands faaaast
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Old 11-10-2005, 07:50 AM   #11186
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Default well, just mucking around as usual

hiya GT racer and other folk,
well, i fugured since i have an EXtra chassis, i might as well build up a new car with teh MSX kit. btw, thanks to all for info!
i'd lurve to cum back again soon.
oh well, seeya around!
happy looting!
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Old 11-10-2005, 09:27 AM   #11187
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Yup, perfectly possible. All the bulkhead mounting holes are in the same place, so there will be no trouble fitting the conversion... hell you could do as Marc R did (and some on here do) and run it with the old suspension

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As Ed says the old chassis works perfectly with the MSX conversion but I also was not sure before I bought the kit.
Im not Marc R but I also run the 3mm chassis and the old suspension with the MSX kit.
Using the thicker chassis maybe there also is less chance of tweaking. At least I didnt have until now.

This is my 415MSX or maybe better said 415X as Im not using a MS chassis or supension.
Some things were changed since this picture but I have no newer one.
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Can anybody tell me what the inner diameter of the diff outdrive bearings is?
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Old 11-10-2005, 02:16 PM   #11189
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diff bearings should be 10mm inside, 15mm out....
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Old 11-10-2005, 02:17 PM   #11190
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Awesome...thank you, sir
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