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Old 02-17-2006, 11:22 PM   #12841
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Something new to try out. I believe they are from the TA05.
It will change the internal ratio to 2.25 since the white pulleys are 36t instead of 35t.
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Old 02-18-2006, 08:10 AM   #12842
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It will change the internal ratio to 2.25 since the white pulleys are 36t instead of 35t.
Are there any benefits to that besides the ability to use a larger pinion gear when running mod motors (still using the stock spurgear)?
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Are there any benefits to that besides the ability to use a larger pinion gear when running mod motors (still using the stock spurgear)?
You would think it would help with acceleration. Think of it as going from a 3.88 to a 4.10 in a Camaro. Makes it more of a stumb puller. But I'm not sure if that really is the case, e.i. X-ray went down in ratio to a 1.77 from a 2.XX. I would think it would have more to do with using a different size spur/pinion to move the motor fore/aft. I don't know how much the 415 is affected by motor placement but I do know it makes a big difference on a car like the RDX.
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Old 02-18-2006, 10:52 AM   #12846
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What I think would be interesting to try is use a white pulley either front or rear to change the handling characteristics. Back when you could get the XXXS in regular kit form they gave you 38t pulley as well as the stock 39t pulleys and the instructions explained about overdriving and underdriving.
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Old 02-18-2006, 11:43 AM   #12847
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Something new to try out. I believe they are from the TA05.
I tried the 415 pulley on my TA05 and the center hole is a much different size.
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What I think would be interesting to try is use a white pulley either front or rear to change the handling characteristics. Back when you could get the XXXS in regular kit form they gave you 38t pulley as well as the stock 39t pulleys and the instructions explained about overdriving and underdriving.
They (Losi) really only used it in stock and 19t as overdrive adds steering. I don't believe they used it in mod.
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Old 02-19-2006, 08:40 AM   #12849
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I tried the 415 pulley on my TA05 and the center hole is a much different size.
So with that said, the 415 pulley does not fit TA05 due to the center hole is smaller but the TA05 pulley will fit the 415 diff unit?

I noticed that to myself coz I bought the TA05 spool (intended for my 414M but pulley ctr hole was too small to fit the spool unit). I ended up using the steel outdrives that came w/ TA05 spool & used it instead w/ the TAM 415 spool since the delrin outdrives don't last long which I also noticed some of the TRF drivers @ the TITC '06 race have done as well.
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Mark R. & TRF415 MSX wins open mod title in TITC 2006 race.

http://www.titc.in.th/index.html
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Hey do u guys know the size of the diff bearings for the tamiya cars?" is it 5 x 8mm ??
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Hey do u guys know the size of the diff bearings for the tamiya cars?" is it 5 x 8mm ??
The ones in the center of the diff are usualy 8mm x 5mm
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Mark R. & TRF415 MSX wins open mod title in TITC 2006 race.

http://www.titc.in.th/index.html


That'll shut up the Cyclone and XRay racers for a while.
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That'll shut up the Cyclone and XRay racers for a while.
Ya, that's right. GO TAMIYA!!!
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