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Old 04-19-2006, 02:22 PM   #13831
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Old 04-19-2006, 02:49 PM   #13832
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That's a EVO5, already posted in the EVO5 thread.
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Old 04-19-2006, 05:08 PM   #13833
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The original one can be found on the International site:

http://tamiya.com/english/rc/rcmanual/trf415.pdf
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Old 04-19-2006, 08:02 PM   #13834
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can you use the ta05 diff pullies on a 415 ms can someone help me please thanks and also is there any up sides or down sides to doing it

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Old 04-19-2006, 10:42 PM   #13835
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quick silly question... is there another car that will interchange rear belts with a 415? i couldnt remember, but seems like a ta04 or 414 might have been the right length, but i dunno... anyone remember?
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Old 04-20-2006, 01:58 AM   #13836
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quick silly question... is there another car that will interchange rear belts with a 415? i couldnt remember, but seems like a ta04 or 414 might have been the right length, but i dunno... anyone remember?
cyclone (sure) and TRF 414M (I think).
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Evening all,
Quick question, what shims are you using for adjustment of the roll centre on the inner bulkheads, and also to flip the suspension mounts over to have the bridge at the front? For the UK lads aswell, is there a model shop in the UK which stock them, or is it going to have to be an order to Japan or US?

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I've noticed when running on carpet the top driver's running the 415,MS,MSX seem to use the older suspension arms off the original 414,ta04 etc. What is the reason for this?
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I've noticed when running on carpet the top driver's running the 415,MS,MSX seem to use the older suspension arms off the original 414,ta04 etc. What is the reason for this?
Old style arms are better for carpet, where as the LW arms are better for tarmac/ashphalt tracks.
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Old style arms are better for carpet, where as the LW arms are better for tarmac/ashphalt tracks.
Thank's for the info fella....
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That's a EVO5, already posted in the EVO5 thread.
I had never have guess thanks for pointing that out to me. I thought it was the new 415....

Anyhow if people look at the steering it looks similar to the setup on the 415 marc and david have been testing.
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how do i fit the old style supension on to the msx is it best to fit them straight on or cut them to have some adjustment?
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cyclone (sure) and TRF 414M (I think).
Probably should have said that backwards... the cyclone belt is too long, by about 3 teeth, the 414 belt fit perfect. 59 vs 62 teeth, i think it was...
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Probably should have said that backwards... the cyclone belt is too long, by about 3 teeth, the 414 belt fit perfect. 59 vs 62 teeth, i think it was...
You sure ? People using the cyclone use the white belts off the 415 on the rear
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well, there might be enough adjustment for it-
in the spares for my Cyclone the rear belts i have are marked 62T... i counted teeth on the white 415 belt, and got 59. even counting the remains of the 3 that were missing!

i didnt count the teeth on the 414 belt, but it matched length, and fits with the right tension with the adjuster at the center... it is wider, tho.. maybe more durable? not as efficient, i bet.

trying to get the #2 car ready for TCS in Tennesee next weekend!
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