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Old 05-23-2006, 02:19 PM   #14236
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Can someone please give me the part numbers for the battery posts and the strap? Thanks in advance!
for which battery posts and strap?
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Old 05-23-2006, 02:22 PM   #14237
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for which battery posts and strap?
I've heard some Schumacher ones fit and some Xray ones fit as well. Don't know which goes with which.
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Old 05-23-2006, 02:49 PM   #14238
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I've heard some Schumacher ones fit and some Xray ones fit as well. Don't know which goes with which.
I know for sure that the X Ray battery hold down fits, it comes with everything
Part # 306163

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Old 05-23-2006, 05:45 PM   #14239
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i think 6163 is for the T2. I know for a fact the FK05 strap (306160) fits the Refine 2, just got to countersink some spots in the tape slots, and i'm about to mount it on the original 415. I dont know what the difference is between the two straps.
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Old 05-23-2006, 07:54 PM   #14240
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That could be pssible but i saw a TA-05 SPool with delrin cubs in a shopt from tamiya! But hell what does it matters( allot i think becaus the delrin outdrives are much better) Steel outdrive aren't that direc ton the axle!
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I currently use the 415 spool but with the TA05 steel cups & have no issues. It does chatter just a tad bit but not noticable on the track & doesn't hamper the performance of the drivetrain. It may be slightly heavier than the delrin cups but durability wise, the steel cups last longer especially during hard frontal impacts.

I'd prefer the 415 spool with the TA05 steel cups over the Speedtech spool (1st version) due to it's lighter than the latter but I keep the Speedtech spool in my toolbox just in case.

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Old 05-23-2006, 10:53 PM   #14241
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Hello guys.

does anybody know how to fit the TA05 gear pully's such as the diff, center one way and front one way on the 415? does anybody have any suggestions?

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Old 05-23-2006, 11:02 PM   #14242
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does anybody know how to fit the TA05 gear pully's such as the diff, center one way and front one way on the 415? does anybody have any suggestions?

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per Dan Garber's instructions in using the TA05 pulleys on the MSX. loosen the bulkheads, slide the front oneway or diff in... then slowly tighten down the bulkheads again using a star pattern. then secure the top portion using the same star pattern. its a snug fit, but it works.

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I currently use the 415 spool but with the TA05 steel cups & have no issues. It does chatter just a tad bit but not noticable on the track & doesn't hamper the performance of the drivetrain. It may be slightly heavier than the delrin cups but durability wise, the steel cups last longer especially during hard frontal impacts.

I'd prefer the 415 spool with the TA05 steel cups over the Speedtech spool (1st version) due to it's lighter than the latter but I keep the Speedtech spool in my toolbox just in case.

Just my 2 cents.
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Old 05-23-2006, 11:07 PM   #14244
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per Dan Garber's instructions in using the TA05 pulleys on the MSX. loosen the bulkheads, slide the front oneway or diff in... then slowly tighten down the bulkheads again using a star pattern. then secure the top portion using the same star pattern. its a snug fit, but it works.

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Yes but i'm talking about how to put the 415 diff and one way outdrives on the TA05 pullys and i'm stuck on how to do that
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Yes but i'm talking about how to put the 415 diff and one way outdrives on the TA05 pullys and i'm stuck on how to do that
oh my bad Lee...

the TA05 one way pulley will work on the 415 one way.. you will need to attach the pulley using one screw first.. then line up the other two.. although they dont line up perfectly, it will fit. attach the other two screws.. and tighten each screw slowly.... take turns tightening down each one..until they are all tight. from there you should have a 415 one way with the white TA05 pulley on it. hope that helps.

if you still need more help, let me know ill install it in mine..and take pictures. it might take some time though

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Thank you!

what about the diff? any suggestions on that?
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These posts are actually the Aluminium Body Posts for a Tamiya F201. Pretty cool idea actually. He uses them on his MSX now. With the Schumacher brace, you may need to mill it slightly so that it doesn't rub on the cells as they are quite fat posts from memory and I think I remember seeing others who have had to do that.

I installed the battery posts and brace. With 3300's it's a tight fit but they fit with no milling and the cells don't look like they would fall out in a hurry. Maybe with 3800 or 3700's I would have to mill out the posts a little. Just the purple blue bling clash hurts my freaking eyes....
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per Dan Garber's instructions in using the TA05 pulleys on the MSX. loosen the bulkheads, slide the front oneway or diff in... then slowly tighten down the bulkheads again using a star pattern. then secure the top portion using the same star pattern. its a snug fit, but it works.

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The rear TA05 diff you can built straight up witht the MSX alu diff parts.

For the front TA05 one way, we shave off a bit material as it is thicker in the center part as the MSX one way pully. We have taken off about 4/10 of a mm in a lathe on each side. Then it fits about the same as the MSX pully between the bulkheads.

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Old 05-24-2006, 01:32 AM   #14250
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Hi all, I just came back from my first race with the TRF415. The handling was awesome. This car is very predictable with my setup.

However I encountered one thing. While going down the back straight I accidentally clipped the board and bent/snapped the right front aluminum steering turnbuckle. This part seems rather weak, considering I didn't even go head-on. I just brushed the board.

Are there any aftermarket titanium turnbuckles or do I have to get the Tamiya ones?
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