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Old 02-03-2006, 01:24 PM   #12631
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this is the order they are.
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Old 02-03-2006, 01:47 PM   #12632
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Can someone tell me what "cheers" means. It it hello? goodbye? thanks? I have always wonder and I noticed that seems that the Aussies and the Britts put it in everysingle one of there post.

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Old 02-03-2006, 01:51 PM   #12633
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Can someone tell me what "cheers" means. It it hello? goodbye? thanks? I have always wonder and I noticed that seems that the Aussies and the Britts put it in everysingle one of there post.

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cheers is like thanks but a friendlier way.

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cheers is like thanks but a friendlier way.

cheers
cheers I feel like toasting a glass of champagne everytime I read that.

Thanks you guys seem to be a lot nicer than us Americans
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Old 02-03-2006, 01:56 PM   #12635
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cheers I feel like toasting a glass of champagne everytime I read that.

Thanks you guys seem to be a lot nicer than us Americans
pmsl.
cheers i suppose is like good luck to the future.
i dunno really,i only say it as good bye and see you later but in a warmer way.
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Old 02-03-2006, 02:11 PM   #12636
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cheers I feel like toasting a glass of champagne everytime I read that.

Thanks you guys seem to be a lot nicer than us Americans
lol so thats why i get weird looks when i say cheers lol. could it be because we drink too much and we always say cheers? nahhh...

Yeah just a friendly thankyou.

back home to oz in april for 2 weeks, going to enjoy the sunshine!
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Old 02-03-2006, 02:25 PM   #12637
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cheers is like thanks but a friendlier way.

cheers
yeh, and here in Australia, it's quite often "Cheers mate". Much friendlier than standard ol' "Thank You"..

Cheers !
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Old 02-03-2006, 04:56 PM   #12638
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They are 9.0mm x 5.0mm x 4.0mm
ok thank you very much, another thing have any of you tried changing the alloy outdrives of msx into the tamiya delrin outdrives cause i tried changing mine but the delrin outdrives would not fit maybe i'm doing something wrong
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Old 02-03-2006, 05:41 PM   #12639
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ok thank you very much, another thing have any of you tried changing the alloy outdrives of msx into the tamiya delrin outdrives cause i tried changing mine but the delrin outdrives would not fit maybe i'm doing something wrong
The aluminum outdrive rear ball diff has the small aluminum spacer in the middle (between the inner bearings) and the diff screw is shorter than the regular delrin outdrive ball diff. You need to remove the center spacer, and use the longer diff screw from a regular 415 or 415MS.
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cheers I feel like toasting a glass of champagne everytime I read that.

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Everytime I hear or read it, I start humming the theme song.
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Everytime I hear or read it, I start humming the theme song.
LOL That's pretty good. I never thought of that tell you mentioned there.

That was a good show.
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The aluminum outdrive rear ball diff has the small aluminum spacer in the middle (between the inner bearings) and the diff screw is shorter than the regular delrin outdrive ball diff. You need to remove the center spacer, and use the longer diff screw from a regular 415 or 415MS.
thank you very much, now all i have to do is buy that longer diff screw
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Hi chris,

The tamiya arms are slightly longer i believe, only checked by eye but i will measure them later. David and marc have ran there cars like this so i thought i might as well give it a go.
Hi Rick,

Which suspension mounts did you use with the HPI suspension?
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Well ran the R2 today on carpet. It did pretty good with the modified upper deck that I posted a couple days back. This'll be my starting point for the Birds. So we shall see! I just wish Tamiya would have come out with the 4mm chassis before hand.. but oh well. What can ya do! Cheers!
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do these spur gears from duratrax fit the 415?
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