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Old 11-21-2005, 09:12 PM   #11416
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Whats With Marc Rheinard going to HB Cyclone
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Old 11-21-2005, 09:23 PM   #11417
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What are you talking about? He did sign with HB for only nitro off-road. He is with Tamiya for Electric On-road.
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Old 11-21-2005, 09:51 PM   #11418
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OK we will see ...I sopke w/someone who said that HB offerd him way more cash to run indoor..time will tell
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Old 11-21-2005, 10:06 PM   #11419
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OK we will see ...I sopke w/someone who said that HB offerd him way more cash to run indoor..time will tell
Well, he'll be able to transfer the 415 set up to the HB Cyclone easily since they are the same car
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Old 11-22-2005, 12:48 AM   #11420
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It's becoming a trend.....Once you've become World champ...HPI/HB will lure you with big $$ over to their camp... HPI/HB are becoming very despo...

All I know is that MR runs their nitro trucks and nothing to do with electric TC..

Maybe I'm wrong....
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Old 11-22-2005, 12:56 AM   #11421
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Its just nitro trucks. Rheinhard signed to be with TRF for 2 years from midway through this year.
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Old 11-22-2005, 02:02 AM   #11422
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With a carbon graphite chassis and aluminum bulk heads. The 05 is a better balanced car over the 415. And the drive train is much more free.
Is there a graphite chassis and bulks out (I mean, does the public actually have them) for the '05 yet, besides the Xenon version?? I'd love to see some pics and hear from plate chassis'ed TA05 owners how they like their cars and how they stack up to the 415.

Would you have pics of yours?
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Old 11-22-2005, 05:04 AM   #11423
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Who use the yokomo front diff with a trf415 MS version???
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Old 11-22-2005, 05:13 AM   #11424
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Its just nitro trucks. Rheinhard signed to be with TRF for 2 years from midway through this year.
He will be with Tamiya until the next IFMAR ISTC is over. I hope he will stay at Tamiya not going to HB.
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Old 11-22-2005, 06:06 AM   #11425
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I'm thinking of getting back into racing and getting a MSX kit. What else would I need to get the car dialled - I can only think of some different springs? Does the kit already come with different swaybars? Also what spares should I stock up on - suspension arms, etc? Thanks.
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Who use the yokomo front diff with a trf415 MS version???
I've used one in the front of my old car before, on a really tight indoor track. what do you want to know?
At the moment though, I'm using dual one-ways in my car.... they are just faster for rubbers on carpet.
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Who use the yokomo front diff with a trf415 MS version???
I do, I use it because the track I race at is very tight and has a lot of switchbacks so I like it for the harder turn in than the spool, but depending on the layout I'm sure I'll use the spool some too. A one way just isn't an option on the track I race at its just too tight.
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I'm thinking of getting back into racing and getting a MSX kit. What else would I need to get the car dialled - I can only think of some different springs? Does the kit already come with different swaybars? Also what spares should I stock up on - suspension arms, etc? Thanks.
You need to get some different springs & shock oil. Also, the new MSX kit come with only 1 piece of yellow (front) and 1 piece of red (rear) sway bar, you may want to get the rest to setup according to different track conditions. If you're running spool, stock up some belts.

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I've used one in the front of my old car before, on a really tight indoor track. what do you want to know?
I use the yokomo front diff too, but with the old suspenion arms and 46mm shaft. But with the MS version, the 46mm shaft are not too small???
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I use the yokomo front diff too, but with the old suspenion arms and 46mm shaft. But with the MS version, the 46mm shaft are not too small???
thanks.
They are a little short when running D/A suspension block up front. I have ordered some 48mm ones from the tamiya F1 UJ kit.
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