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Old 01-03-2006, 11:41 AM   #12031
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Hi Does anyone know what is the part # for Tamiya 415 MSX front and rear stabilizer bar set? will TA 05 stabilizer set fit 415 MSX? thanks
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Old 01-03-2006, 01:22 PM   #12032
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The main straight is about 90 feet. Do you think 6.3 will be fine?
Thats pretty long for an indoor
6.3 sounds ok. Other thing to mention is what motor type is it? C2, Atlas, Reedy, V2?
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Old 01-03-2006, 01:35 PM   #12033
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Can anyone tell me what body Marc R. uses on his car? Thanks...
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Old 01-03-2006, 01:49 PM   #12034
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I have seen Marc use all kinds of bodies. Protoform Mazda 6, Stratus, Stratus 3.0, B4...........on asphalt the Mazda 6 seems to be his favourite but he has used others.....
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A friend just purchased an MSX Refine (former X-Ray slut)...what's the part number for the front yokomo diff....thanks as I can remember which page they were listed on..
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Old 01-03-2006, 02:33 PM   #12036
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A friend just purchased an MSX Refine (former X-Ray slut)...what's the part number for the front yokomo diff....thanks as I can remember which page they were listed on..
ZS-501 outdrives
ZS-507 diff thrust bearing set
ZS-508 diff adjusting kit.

You can use the regular Tamiya ball diff plates or Yokomo's (ZS-506). They are the same.

You then need to use the Tamiya ball diff pulley, the two bearings that go inside the diff, and your diff balls.
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Old 01-03-2006, 04:05 PM   #12037
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ran my msx for the first time. absolutely flying. i let a friend have a go and he managed to break a front body post. are any other tamiya car or any other makes compatable?
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Old 01-03-2006, 06:16 PM   #12038
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ran my msx for the first time. absolutely flying. i let a friend have a go and he managed to break a front body post. are any other tamiya car or any other makes compatable?
Did he snap the post itself or the actual bumper mount? Both parts come together in a replacement plastic tree, usually known as the 414MII Bumper kit.
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Old 01-03-2006, 06:34 PM   #12039
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Thats pretty long for an indoor
6.3 sounds ok. Other thing to mention is what motor type is it? C2, Atlas, Reedy, V2?
It's a V2 19T motor from Team Orion.

I was using 6.4 before and it was slow. I will try 6.3 when I go to the track this week.

BTW, do you guys know which is the best 19T in terms of performance and durability? I find that the V2 19T does not have good top end.
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ran my msx for the first time. absolutely flying. i let a friend have a go and he managed to break a front body post. are any other tamiya car or any other makes compatable?
You might want to get the TA04 Front Aluminum Body Post 65mm #53617. It's a direct fit into the TRF415MSX.
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Old 01-03-2006, 07:42 PM   #12041
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C2 good mid range can be tuned for bottom end or high speed,
Atlas based 19 turns tend to be be very high revving and racers have been know to say they need gearing low to get the to perform,
Reedy quad good motor but some say difficult to gear due to it lack of cogging.

My advice is ask around and see if they know how to get more power out of the v2
Or find out what the local hot shoe uses.
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You might want to get the TA04 Front Aluminum Body Post 65mm #53617. It's a direct fit into the TRF415MSX.
Nah, they break the bumpers too easily.
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Nah, they break the bumpers too easily.

Agreed...And plastic is lighter...Also cheaper. Buy the replacement 414M2 bumper set and they give you lots of stuff in the same tree that you can keep for spare too.
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Bumper also known as Tamiya A parts

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It's a V2 19T motor from Team Orion.

I was using 6.4 before and it was slow. I will try 6.3 when I go to the track this week.

BTW, do you guys know which is the best 19T in terms of performance and durability? I find that the V2 19T does not have good top end.
V2 needs gearing silly low, and they don't work out of box, need much harder springs to work. I'd jump a few teeth on the pinion and go for 6 right now, then work your way till you find the proper gearing, it's not like you're gonna burn it anyway it's a V2.
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