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Old 03-28-2006, 06:34 AM   #13561
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hows everything going tamiya users?
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Old 03-28-2006, 07:32 AM   #13562
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The Speedtech Ti screw set is very good, light weight, strong and looks cool

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Old 03-28-2006, 07:33 AM   #13563
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haii i'm having the same problem with you, even i'm using Mugen 2mm hex driver its not helping so much. now i have 3 countersunk screws stuck in my MSX
Buy a 3mm drill bit, drill the head of the screw, it will pop off and you'll only have to take the rest of the screw with a pair of pliers.
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Old 03-28-2006, 07:34 AM   #13564
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The Speedtech Ti screw set is very good, light weight, strong and look cool

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.........yea, I stripped a few of those with my Hudy
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Old 03-28-2006, 08:06 AM   #13565
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Old 03-28-2006, 08:25 AM   #13566
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Mr. Jimmy Jacobson...YANKEES RULE...call me if your coming over to the east coast...201-788-5525


Just want to confirm the part numbers for the TA-05 pulley conversion for the MSX…I already have the rear diff and front on-way pulley…need to confirm the part numbers for the center layshaft? (I forgot to order them)

I looked on line and found 2x part numbers 51213 and 53841, see photos below…not sure which parts I need? Also, do I need the TA05 layshaft #51214 to make the conversion work?

On another note, I’m a little confused with why some earlier Tamiya users had problems fitting the concentric hubs with the TA05 pulley between the MSX alum bulkheads…If you using the MSX front one-way unit with the TA-05 pulley the item should fit properly without the need to modify the concentric pieces? I have not yet done this modification as I’m waiting to order the center one-way pieces…

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Old 03-28-2006, 08:29 AM   #13567
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Buy a 3mm drill bit, drill the head of the screw, it will pop off and you'll only have to take the rest of the screw with a pair of pliers.
I think ill have to go for this option, as the 2.5 chassis is in mint condition so i dont want dremel score marks. Thanks for the link to the heat option, but unless i can get a good cut with the dremel and not take out the chassis, it'll be "OFF WITH THEIR HEADS!"
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Old 03-28-2006, 08:31 AM   #13568
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Mr. Jimmy Jacobson...YANKEES RULE...call me if your coming over to the east coast...201-788-5525


Just want to confirm the part numbers for the TA-05 pulley conversion for the MSX…I already have the rear diff and front on-way pulley…need to confirm the part numbers for the center layshaft? (I forgot to order them)

I looked on line and found 2x part numbers 51213 and 53841, see photos below…not sure which parts I need? Also, do I need the TA05 layshaft #51214 to make the conversion work?

On another note, I’m a little confused with why some earlier Tamiya users had problems fitting the concentric hubs with the TA05 pulley between the MSX alum bulkheads…If you using the MSX front one-way unit with the TA-05 pulley the item should fit properly without the need to modify the concentric pieces? I have not yet done this modification as I’m waiting to order the center one-way pieces…

Thanks
I can answer the second question. The one way on the 415 takes the pulley in sandwich. That means the overall width of the one way unit depends on how thick the part of the pulley that is taken in sandwich is. Now the TA05 pulley is a tad thicker which increases the distance between the bearings, whilst the distance between the bulkheads remains the same (obviously). Other problem is the one way pulleys have a difference of 1mm in the diameter of the hole which is why it wobbles.
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Old 03-28-2006, 08:32 AM   #13569
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Mr. Jimmy Jacobson...YANKEES RULE...call me if your coming over to the east coast...201-788-5525


Just want to confirm the part numbers for the TA-05 pulley conversion for the MSX…I already have the rear diff and front on-way pulley…need to confirm the part numbers for the center layshaft? (I forgot to order them)

I looked on line and found 2x part numbers 51213 and 53841, see photos below…not sure which parts I need? Also, do I need the TA05 layshaft #51214 to make the conversion work?

On another note, I’m a little confused with why some earlier Tamiya users had problems fitting the concentric hubs with the TA05 pulley between the MSX alum bulkheads…If you using the MSX front one-way unit with the TA-05 pulley the item should fit properly without the need to modify the concentric pieces? I have not yet done this modification as I’m waiting to order the center one-way pieces…

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Pic number one is just the locked pulleys, you need the TA05 spur mount. The pulleys slide onto this. The second pic is the TA05 centre one way so that doesnt help you. Thirdly the TA05 one way pulley (im told) is wider where it bolts between the one way halfs, which means it takes up ALL the slop in the mounts. havent gotten around to this yet, its on my list of things to do
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Old 03-28-2006, 08:34 AM   #13570
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Hey Jimmy, what's up? Long time no see. Miss pitting with you in Newark or was it you missing pitting with me, hahaha. Got a new MSX yesterday
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Old 03-28-2006, 12:11 PM   #13571
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Old 03-28-2006, 12:19 PM   #13572
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I It looks like the outer holes are the same regardless of whether it is a one way pulley or a diff pulley. Can someone verify this?
Believe I looked at it and found that the MSX one way hardware does not fit the TA05 diff pully (screw holes), but not 100% sure...
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415boy & axle..thanks for the response. I now understand the issue...with using the 415 front one-way and TA05 pulley....has anyone tried to used the front one-way for the TA05 on a 415MSX? Not sure if they are the same.

I will most likely use the Tamiya spool up front so I won't have this problem...your feedback helps if I decide to use the front one-way. Thanks

So now if I use the front spool, I need to get the TA05 locked center pulley. To get the proper 2.25 drive ratio which everyone is looking to achieve.

Or....I can just stick with the stock 415 stuff...although the white diff pulley's look trick
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Old 03-28-2006, 12:25 PM   #13574
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Just want to confirm the part numbers for the TA-05 pulley conversion for the MSX…I already have the rear diff and front on-way pulley…need to confirm the part numbers for the center layshaft? (I forgot to order them)

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Here is the parts list you need for the center pully from our excellent man in Switzerland, Mr, Sunshine:

- 51214 Centershaft
- 9808019 Centershaft-C-rings
- 9808018 Centershaft-Spacer (alu 2,8mm wide)
- 51213 Centerpullys (2pcs.)
- 3455870 Spurgear-holder
- 53874 precision-bushing (1pcs.)
- 9805672 BB 840 (2pcs.)
- 51211 Spurgear-screws
- 53586 spacer for centershaft

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Old 03-28-2006, 01:01 PM   #13575
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415boy & axle..thanks for the response. I now understand the issue...with using the 415 front one-way and TA05 pulley....has anyone tried to used the front one-way for the TA05 on a 415MSX? Not sure if they are the same.

I will most likely use the Tamiya spool up front so I won't have this problem...your feedback helps if I decide to use the front one-way. Thanks

So now if I use the front spool, I need to get the TA05 locked center pulley. To get the proper 2.25 drive ratio which everyone is looking to achieve.

Or....I can just stick with the stock 415 stuff...although the white diff pulley's look trick

You can either use the 415 or TA05 pulleys on the layshaft you'll have the same ratio.
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