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Old 03-26-2006, 08:28 PM   #13516
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Im looking for a center direct pulley for the 415. If someone has one they want to sell, PM me please, thank you.
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Old 03-26-2006, 09:17 PM   #13517
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Im looking for a center direct pulley for the 415. If someone has one they want to sell, PM me please, thank you.
Try these two links:

Tamiya USA Online Store and/or Jason's Ebay Store

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Old 03-26-2006, 09:26 PM   #13518
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Dremel to the rescue! Lay the pulley flat and use the face of a cut-off wheel. Obviously this would be the primitive pete ethod but it works. I never nooticed how thin the 415 one way pully was i am thinking next time i will use another diff pully since the only difference seem to be the center diameter. Right now the only thin centering the pully is the screws. There does seem to be a small amount of wobble. At least using the diff pully reamed out it could be made to ride on the center ring of the one way.
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Old 03-27-2006, 01:42 AM   #13519
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Hey guys, any ideas on what I can use as an improvised spacer or some replacement spacer for the hex hubs? I'm not choosing to buy longer hubs, so now I need to find some spacer that I can use (I think 2mm spacer). If there's a part number for it, the better. Thanks.
I THINK TAMIYA HAS TWO WHEEL SPACERS THE RED ONES AND THE BLUE ONES, FORGOT THE PART NUMBER THOUGH BUT WILL TRY TO FIND IT AND POST IT HERE
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Old 03-27-2006, 01:58 AM   #13520
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hi i was just wondering if anyone had two Stiffener post i could buy
and also if anyone had the RC Pro-Module Rr Susp Set they would like to sell i live in australia and im willing to pay the postage if you live out side of Australia

if you have one or both of these things and want to sell them pm me and i will get back to you as soon as i can

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Old 03-27-2006, 02:24 AM   #13521
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Anyway, for those who tried, any significant improvement from the stock drivetrain?
The guys here who have tried talks about better acceleration, push, control etc. I am getting the parts this week and will also do the conversion
(rear TA05 diff pully, TA05 center fixed pully (lighter!), and TA05 front oneway pully)

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Old 03-27-2006, 02:26 AM   #13522
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Dremel to the rescue! Lay the pulley flat and use the face of a cut-off wheel. Obviously this would be the primitive pete ethod but it works. I never nooticed how thin the 415 one way pully was i am thinking next time i will use another diff pully since the only difference seem to be the center diameter. Right now the only thin centering the pully is the screws. There does seem to be a small amount of wobble. At least using the diff pully reamed out it could be made to ride on the center ring of the one way.
A friend took some material of the plastic bearings holders instead to get the required space. See attached picture.

I think I will try to do like you (reduce material on the pully) when I get the parts this week.

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The guys here who have tried talks about better acceleration, push, control etc. I am getting the parts this week and will also do the conversion
(rear TA05 diff pully, TA05 center fixed pully (lighter!), and TA05 front oneway pully)

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i haven't see it with the 05 front oneway and center pulley, so that means the front belt won't sit centered on the chassis?
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Old 03-27-2006, 02:35 AM   #13524
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i haven't see it with the 05 front oneway and center pulley, so that means the front belt won't sit centered on the chassis?
Not sure what you mean....

See attached picture, rear, center and front TA05 pullys

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A friend took some material of the plastic bearings holders instead to get the required space. See attached picture.

I think I will try to do like you (reduce material on the pully) when I get the parts this week.

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hmm i might try these instead, it's easier to cut off the 'ear' of the bearing holder rather than cutting the center of the pulley, quite tricky to get a nice flat cut.

but to think of it, won't the bearing holder slide out if the 'ear' is cut?
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Not sure what you mean....

See attached picture, rear, center and front TA05 pullys

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sorry! i mistaken 'front oneway pulley' as 'front oneway unit' my bad
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Old 03-27-2006, 03:34 AM   #13527
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Hi, where can I find Marc Reinhard's TITC 2006 Setup? Thank you
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Old 03-27-2006, 06:00 AM   #13528
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...but to think of it, won't the bearing holder slide out if the 'ear' is cut?

Seems to work, it is being clamped together with the screws (pressure) from the top alu part..., I will anyway see if it is a possibility to take of some material from the bearing ear on each side...

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Old 03-27-2006, 09:43 AM   #13529
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How many teeth do the TA05 diff and center pulley have?
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