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Old 02-21-2006, 08:37 AM   #12901
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I don't think you can get the belts from anywhere else than the producer. For the spur, they're just using the TA05 spur holder that goes with the pulleys. Oh and the reason the belts are black is they don't exist in white on that size.
Thanks for the info.
Do you mean they use from the TA05 only the spur holder?
I think the other parts of the pictured car are not from the original MSX.
Do you know where or from which producer this belts are to purchase?

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Old 02-21-2006, 09:09 AM   #12902
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Thanks for the info.
Do you mean they use from the TA05 only the spur holder?
I think the other parts of the pictured car are not from the original MSX.
Do you know where or from which producer this belts are to purchase?

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Old 02-21-2006, 09:24 AM   #12903
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Thanks for the info.
Do you mean they use from the TA05 only the spur holder?
I think the other parts of the pictured car are not from the original MSX.
Do you know where or from which producer this belts are to purchase?

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the spur gear holder and pulleys are from the TA05. The belts are made by bando.
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Old 02-21-2006, 09:28 AM   #12904
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the spur gear holder and pulleys are from the TA05. The belts are made by bando.
Any idea on size/part number of the belts or a website link?

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Old 02-21-2006, 09:31 AM   #12905
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Anyone tried the OVA belts or Rush belts or heard of them? I think i can remember reading someone had them, but what is that part number and where can i get these? Also are they worth getting?

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Old 02-21-2006, 10:01 AM   #12906
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Im confused with what u guys are talking about.. Can i use the TA-05 firect pulley (stock one) to fit in my 415?
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Old 02-21-2006, 01:35 PM   #12907
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Im confused with what u guys are talking about.. Can i use the TA-05 firect pulley (stock one) to fit in my 415?
what just the centre pulley or with the diff pulleys aswell ?
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Old 02-21-2006, 01:36 PM   #12908
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Any idea on size/part number of the belts or a website link?

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bando don't sell to customers you have to find a place that could buy off their distributor in the UK (of which i don't know the name or address).
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Old 02-21-2006, 03:52 PM   #12909
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Anyone tried the OVA belts or Rush belts or heard of them? I think i can remember reading someone had them, but what is that part number and where can i get these? Also are they worth getting?

Cheers, Charles
I first bought the OVA low friction belts before the Tamiya White ones came out. (Wow, it's almost hard to believe the 415 is 2 years old!) But I sold the belts along with the car. They were pretty good and softer (free'r) than the kit black belts. But it's been sooo long I don't remember the part number. I'm sure if you searched this forum, I might have given out the part number 2 back in 2004. I bought mine from Rainbowten. Wait... now that I think of it... they were ECHO belts........ maybe the same? I wouldn't mind trying some with my MSX.
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Old 02-21-2006, 04:04 PM   #12910
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I first bought the OVA low friction belts before the Tamiya White ones came out. (Wow, it's almost hard to believe the 415 is 2 years old!) But I sold the belts along with the car. They were pretty good and softer (free'r) than the kit black belts. But it's been sooo long I don't remember the part number. I'm sure if you searched this forum, I might have given out the part number 2 back in 2004. I bought mine from Rainbowten. Wait... now that I think of it... they were ECHO belts........ maybe the same? I wouldn't mind trying some with my MSX.

here are the prices on the RUSH belts from RC-Champ

Rush RU-0021 TRF415 High response front belt Discounted price 803Yen
Rush RU-0022 TRF415 High response rear belt Discounted price 548Yen
Rush RU-0030 TRF415 High response belt set (Front and Rear) Discounted price 1304Yen


He is ordering a set in for me at the moment.

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Old 02-21-2006, 06:13 PM   #12911
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I'm going to be back in southern Cal for buisness for several weeks in March and was wondering what the typical MSX setup for both Socal raceway and Hot Rod Hobbies in stock and mod classes since I would like to limit the amount of gear I will have to take on the plane. Looking for Spur/Pinion, Tires,Springs, Shock Oil, and Motor for mod info. Also is there anywhere else I need to look at racing? I grew up in southern Cal but haven't lived there since '94. Thanks.
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Old 02-21-2006, 09:09 PM   #12912
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I'm going to be back in southern Cal for buisness for several weeks in March and was wondering what the typical MSX setup for both Socal raceway and Hot Rod Hobbies in stock and mod classes since I would like to limit the amount of gear I will have to take on the plane. Looking for Spur/Pinion, Tires,Springs, Shock Oil, and Motor for mod info. Also is there anywhere else I need to look at racing? I grew up in southern Cal but haven't lived there since '94. Thanks.
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Old 02-21-2006, 11:20 PM   #12913
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A while ago, I bought ECHO Black Low Friction belts for my 415MS and they were great. Very little wear and long lasting. At the time, I bought 3 pairs and I still have some of them, over 6 months later and I run modified. I went to order some more thought as my stock was getting low (only 1 new set left) but when I went to order them from Champ R/C (where I got my first lots from) they said that they could not get any more because, and I quote "echo are bankcrapped". I take it that that is Engrish for Bankrupt. Sad news to hear, so I've been using Tamiya Whites since then, but I haven't had as many problems as others have had, but some of my friends have. Like, broken belt on first run!!
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bankcrapped...... I like that one LOL........
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Old 02-22-2006, 12:14 AM   #12915
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Thanks for the responses , looks like i'll try the RUSH belts

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