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Old 06-25-2006, 11:41 AM   #14536
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I found only the rear stabilizers which are sold as hopup - not front :-(
Send an email to the guys at RC Champ, they should be able to order the bars as a special order items for you

And on the roll bar front, I prefer to run them with softer springs, didn't suffer at halifax did I fab?

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Old 06-25-2006, 02:12 PM   #14537
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I found only the rear stabilizers which are sold as hopup - not front :-(
Yeah, the rears are listed in numerous place, but the fronts are nowhere to be found. Hopefully, Tryhard's suggestion will have a fruitful return.
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I kept the front and rear bars off my old 415 for the MSX. Sure they are a different shape on the MSX, but I'll find a way to fit them if I ever need to run front bars.
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Old 06-25-2006, 05:49 PM   #14539
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I kept the front and rear bars off my old 415 for the MSX. Sure they are a different shape on the MSX, but I'll find a way to fit them if I ever need to run front bars.
I thought you could use the TA05 swaybar set coz that's what I bought for my MSX just to get the front swaybars since I already have the rear swaybar set from my std 415.
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Short Reversible Susp Arm # 53928

Has anybody used the new Short Rev Susp Arm set (OP#53928) on their MSX yet? Is it good for carpet only or also good for asphalt tracks?

Tamiya USA said that if you use it & depending on what susp blocks you have, you may need to change the length of the swingshaft.

Any input would be nice. Thanks.
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Old 06-25-2006, 06:38 PM   #14541
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does anyone try to modified the EVO 5 steering and bridge into 415 already? can show a picture how to modified thanks.
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Old 06-25-2006, 07:49 PM   #14542
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Question? would a Hot Bodies 39t pully work with a Tamiya 415 MSX Diff if so what would be the final drive ratio?
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I found only the rear stabilizers which are sold as hopup - not front :-(
9808028 Front stabilizer set. This is from a RC Champ pricelist.
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does anyone try to modified the EVO 5 steering and bridge into 415 already? can show a picture how to modified thanks.
I doubt if it will be an easy conversion, as you'll need a different base and top plate.
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9808028 Front stabilizer set. This is from a RC Champ pricelist.
thanks to all :-) I'll try to order it
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I just got a 415MSX from someone in the forum here, and I was wondering if there was anything I should make sure I order in terms of spares or hopups?
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Old 06-26-2006, 07:29 PM   #14547
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Also, what part on the car is the spool? Like I said, I just bought this car off a guy and need to make sure it will be legal for TCS.
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Also, what part on the car is the spool? Like I said, I just bought this car off a guy and need to make sure it will be legal for TCS.

Usually when we are talking about spool,we're refering to a solid axle for the front end. Instead of the front one-way,we replace it with a solid axle spool. This is a tuning aid, usually used on small twisty tracks....

The box stock 415MSX doesn't comes with a spool.
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Usually when we are talking about spool,we're refering to a solid axle for the front end. Instead of the front one-way,we replace it with a solid axle spool. This is a tuning aid, usually used on small twisty tracks....

The box stock 415MSX doesn't comes with a spool.
Unfortunately I heard that Tamiya discontinued producing their spool. CarKing have to buy the other one, for ex. Titanium racing.
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Old 06-27-2006, 04:35 AM   #14550
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Default 2mm (thinner) lower desk

I'm preparing for winter/carpet season (I'm not stupid for winter ) and I cannot find thinner (maybe 2mm?) lower desk than 2,5 mm which is in the box.

Do tamiya produce that one?

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