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Old 03-29-2006, 12:37 PM   #13606
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hey anyone can show a pic how to put the TA05 center pulley with the shaft into 415 center shaft. i have try to put in but cannot fit properly, thanks
We posted this yesterday, but here we go again...

These are the TA05 parts you need for the MSX fixed center pully conversion

- 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 03-29-2006, 01:14 PM   #13607
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Hi Guys,

Just want to post a quick note we got a few of the 4mm graphite chassis for the 415 in stock. The chassis also comes with hinge-pin so any verison of the 415 should work with this chassis

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hmmm.... i got mine yesterday from Tamiya themselves, but no hingepins in the pack. maybe i better make a call. any ideas?
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Speedtech sorted me out with a 4mm chassis - very impressive part and service!
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We posted this yesterday, but here we go again...

These are the TA05 parts you need for the MSX fixed center pully conversion

- 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

Stein
Stein...thanks for the parts listing and photo...I still do not see how the 415 centershaft pulley unit is 8-9 grams heavier than the TA-05 parts listed. (someone referenced this earlier) Has anyone weighted the two units? If there is not a substantial weight saving I would think its easier to just use the 415 center pulley units and the TA-05 diff pulleys. ? Just a few thoughts
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Old 03-29-2006, 05:32 PM   #13611
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Hi Guys,

Just want to post a quick note we got a few of the 4mm graphite chassis for the 415 in stock. The chassis also comes with hinge-pin so any verison of the 415 should work with this chassis

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Old 03-29-2006, 06:31 PM   #13612
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I'm having some trouble with my oneway. I currently have a Yok diff in my original 415 and want to put my one way in, but when i do 1 side's suspension movement binds. The side that binds has a different lenght outdrive. When you stand the 2 next to each other it's 4 or 5mm taller and at least half of that sticks out when it's mounted in the car. Is this orginal or are both outdrives suspposed to be the same lenght? I Bought the car used so i don't know. IF this is orginal, i think my CVD shafts maybe different. they aren't blue, and are labelled "46" i'm guess that that means they are 46mm long. Is this the orginal lenght or are the orginals shorter? Thanks for any help you can provide.
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Old 03-29-2006, 07:55 PM   #13613
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guy here is the link of my Tamiya 415 MSX NIB kit for sale
http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=107975
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Stein...thanks for the parts listing and photo...I still do not see how the 415 centershaft pulley unit is 8-9 grams heavier than the TA-05 parts listed. (someone referenced this earlier) Has anyone weighted the two units? If there is not a substantial weight saving I would think its easier to just use the 415 center pulley units and the TA-05 diff pulleys. ? Just a few thoughts
The whole thing comes out lighter as stated earlier, for example is the pully not made of metal (like the MSX center pully)
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fred you need the 2.9mm chassis
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hmmm.... i got mine yesterday from Tamiya themselves, but no hingepins in the pack. maybe i better make a call. any ideas?
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I just checked all the chassis we have in the back (yes, 10pm, I'm still here ) and all of them have a pack of hinge-pins in there, so I give Tamiya a call right away tomorrow

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I'm having some trouble with my oneway. I currently have a Yok diff in my original 415 and want to put my one way in, but when i do 1 side's suspension movement binds. The side that binds has a different lenght outdrive. When you stand the 2 next to each other it's 4 or 5mm taller and at least half of that sticks out when it's mounted in the car. Is this orginal or are both outdrives suspposed to be the same lenght? I Bought the car used so i don't know. IF this is orginal, i think my CVD shafts maybe different. they aren't blue, and are labelled "46" i'm guess that that means they are 46mm long. Is this the orginal lenght or are the orginals shorter? Thanks for any help you can provide.

the cvd shalfs are tamiya if they have the 46 on them try to put the pin in so its flush on both sides of the out drives because it mite be grabing on the inside of the hub or you mite have to get new out drives part no: ( 53499 ) and Univ Shaft Cross Joint set not sure on part no:
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I'm having some trouble with my oneway. I currently have a Yok diff in my original 415 and want to put my one way in, but when i do 1 side's suspension movement binds. The side that binds has a different lenght outdrive. When you stand the 2 next to each other it's 4 or 5mm taller and at least half of that sticks out when it's mounted in the car. Is this orginal or are both outdrives suspposed to be the same lenght? I Bought the car used so i don't know. IF this is orginal, i think my CVD shafts maybe different. they aren't blue, and are labelled "46" i'm guess that that means they are 46mm long. Is this the orginal lenght or are the orginals shorter? Thanks for any help you can provide.

Sounds like you have 1 evo4 outdrive there, get a replacement set of outdrives for a 415.
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