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Old 05-10-2006, 08:24 AM   #14056
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Do you have a parts list for the yokomo parts required?

My LHS knows it's yokomo but doesn't know which parts they are.

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YOKOMO ZS-501 Diff Joints
YOKOMO ZS-506 Diff Rings
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YOKOMO ZS-508 Diff Adjusting Kit
YOKOMO ZC-S100 Shim Kit (10.0mm diam) 20 pieces
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Old 05-10-2006, 08:29 AM   #14057
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I have searched the thread a few times looking for a p/n for the extra wide aluminum "locked" center pulley that some of the factory boys have been running. was this a special feature that has not been available to the public? is it not a tamiya piece? what's the deal and is there a different shaft it needs for that as well?

I did the double locked pulleys but its a nightmare getting that all to line up and have clearance on my orig 415. Dreading the day I have to replace spur/clean diffs lmao.
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I have searched the thread a few times looking for a p/n for the extra wide aluminum "locked" center pulley that some of the factory boys have been running. was this a special feature that has not been available to the public? is it not a tamiya piece? what's the deal and is there a different shaft it needs for that as well?

I did the double locked pulleys but its a nightmare getting that all to line up and have clearance on my orig 415. Dreading the day I have to replace spur/clean diffs lmao.
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Old 05-10-2006, 09:31 AM   #14059
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I have an old 415 ( standard version) that have been sitting around for a lopng time and decided to put it back to life again, reason Y? diff is a PITA to work on, anyways if I would convert it to an MS will thios eliminate PITA when removing the diff?
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You need to convert it to an MSX. It is the MSX conversion that has the easy access bulkhead design, Great Car!
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Old 05-10-2006, 09:35 AM   #14060
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I have searched the thread a few times looking for a p/n for the extra wide aluminum "locked" center pulley that some of the factory boys have been running. was this a special feature that has not been available to the public? is it not a tamiya piece? what's the deal and is there a different shaft it needs for that as well?

I did the double locked pulleys but its a nightmare getting that all to line up and have clearance on my orig 415. Dreading the day I have to replace spur/clean diffs lmao.
Check with Steve at www.speedtechrc.com He mormally stocks the part you are looking for. It also came in a limited edition kit, called The Worlds Kit, it included the part you are looking for and narrow hinge pin suspension mounts.
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Old 05-10-2006, 10:11 AM   #14061
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I have searched the thread a few times looking for a p/n for the extra wide aluminum "locked" center pulley that some of the factory boys have been running. was this a special feature that has not been available to the public? is it not a tamiya piece? what's the deal and is there a different shaft it needs for that as well?

I did the double locked pulleys but its a nightmare getting that all to line up and have clearance on my orig 415. Dreading the day I have to replace spur/clean diffs lmao.
On what planet do you live mate ? It's been available for more than a year that part !
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Old 05-10-2006, 11:03 AM   #14062
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Here are a few pictures of my MSX. Tried to take good pictures but it didn't turn out good. I tried to make the shock towers shine. Looks better than the photos.
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...three more.
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Old 05-10-2006, 11:18 AM   #14064
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Here are a few pictures of my MSX. Tried to take good pictures but it didn't turn out good. I tried to make the shock towers shine. Looks better than the photos.
for your steering bell crank what spacer you are using? delrin?
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...yes, delrin.
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Here are a few pictures of my MSX. Tried to take good pictures but it didn't turn out good. I tried to make the shock towers shine. Looks better than the photos.
Mate there's something terribly wrong with your steering ! HUGE amount of bump steer. If I were you i'd put the balls on top on the hubs side straight away, and see how much spacing it needs on the rack side. Your steering looks weird too, but I can see where you're coming from, just can't see it being any better than the stock one to be honest.
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Old 05-10-2006, 11:49 AM   #14067
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Any of the UK lot going to Snetterton this weekend? I'll be there, if you wanna chat look for the kid with the big Ecko coat or the little orange (toilet tent as most people call it) tent

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JoeyE: What advantages/disadvantages have you noticed swapping you steering setup as you have there compared to stock setup?
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Old 05-10-2006, 05:34 PM   #14069
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Hey all. Has anyone bought the RCScrewz set for the 415/MS/MSX kit? If so, how do they hold up?
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I have searched the thread a few times looking for a p/n for the extra wide aluminum "locked" center pulley that some of the factory boys have been running. was this a special feature that has not been available to the public? is it not a tamiya piece? what's the deal and is there a different shaft it needs for that as well?
If you're interested. I bought one last week for my TA-05 in the hope I could make it fit but it doesn't look like it will be done easily. My 415 already has one so if you're interested I'd be willing to part with it. It's brand new, I just took it out of the packet.

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