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Old 06-22-2006, 04:14 AM   #14521
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You've answered your own question there dude

He probably didn't know the meaning of those numbers....
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Old 06-22-2006, 04:15 AM   #14522
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hell i don't, lol.
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Old 06-22-2006, 10:34 AM   #14523
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Who needs a class???
630 bearings are 6mm outside diameter x 3mm inside diameter
950 bearings are 9mm outside diameter x 5mm inside diameter
do you all understand now??
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Old 06-22-2006, 02:36 PM   #14524
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yeah, but y does if have a zero for?
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yeah, but y does if have a zero for?
standard series...
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Old 06-22-2006, 04:16 PM   #14526
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it's like saying 6x3xnothing, lol.
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Old 06-22-2006, 04:18 PM   #14527
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Just thought I'd give you guys a brief race report from Tuesday night.

When I put the car on the track, the rear end kept slipping again! Even though the track is very dusty this is still no excuse. I played with the swaybars a bit, but still no luck. I finally gave up and took off BOTH swaybars. The car handled like it was on rails! Although if I swerve through the S turns the car would eventually break loose, but it was better than before.

The race ended early (each class only got 1 heat down) because of lap counting software issues (damn JLap).
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Old 06-24-2006, 01:24 PM   #14528
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Hi all,

I bought the 415msx and I found out that the kit includes only one kind of stabilizer (front yellow and rear red).
I'd like to buy all remaining stabilizers. Do anyone know if the stalizers for TA05 are compatible with the 415msx?

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itried to fit my stabilsers from the 415 on a TA05 and they're not even close. I think it hits the springs.
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Old 06-24-2006, 04:33 PM   #14530
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I ran my car out on the street today for a couple of speed passes and I noticed under hard acceleration (full throttle instantly), there seems to be a "scraping" or grinding noise. This also happens under heavy braking.

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Check you belt tensions it sounds just about the same
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Check you belt tensions it sounds just about the same
Thanks, I'll check that tomorrow. Yeah, the noises sound about the same.
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Hi all,

I bought the 415msx and I found out that the kit includes only one kind of stabilizer (front yellow and rear red).
I'd like to buy all remaining stabilizers. Do anyone know if the stalizers for TA05 are compatible with the 415msx?

Thanks in advance
You should be able to get the roll bars from the 415 separately, there are 3 stiffnesses: red, yellow and blue from softest to stiffest. But to be honest, you won't really need the roll bars, I tried the car with them and took them off, every time i tried putting them back i didn't like it.
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You should be able to get the roll bars from the 415 separately, there are 3 stiffnesses: red, yellow and blue from softest to stiffest. But to be honest, you won't really need the roll bars, I tried the car with them and took them off, every time i tried putting them back i didn't like it.
I found only the rear stabilizers which are sold as hopup - not front :-(
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Thanks, I'll check that tomorrow. Yeah, the noises sound about the same.

Think it could be a very low body shell...Probably cut a little of the bottom of your body shell and see whether still is there the scraping noise...
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