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Old 06-29-2006, 02:23 AM   #14581
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is there any place online i can buy the evo V suspension arms and steering arms as well?

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RC Champ in japan, drop them an email and they should be able to help you out. (they have a sub-forum in the shop section)

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Old 06-29-2006, 05:26 AM   #14582
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Hi,

thank you.
I attached a picture. I just want to be sure that we're talking about the same...
And do you can tell me how thick the rib is where the bearing sits? It would require just a little work to make the thing fit.

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Old 06-29-2006, 05:52 AM   #14583
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Hi,

thank you.
I attached a picture. I just want to be sure that we're talking about the same...
And do you can tell me how thick the rib is where the bearing sits? It would require just a little work to make the thing fit.

Cheers
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Hi
yup, thats, pretty much where I measured to, but I had the diffring on my outdrive, so you'd need to take that off my measurement.

Not sure about the rib, where the bearing sits is just the outdrive, no extra rib. although I may not quite understand what you mean here.

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Old 06-29-2006, 05:58 AM   #14584
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Hi,

I'm not sure when I look at the pictures of the alloy outdrives. It looks like there is a small rib where the bearing sits.
Or to make it simple: Is the alloy diff exactly the same as the plastic one (51058)?
Perhaps I just don't see it correctly. A picture of the alloy diff would help me aswell.

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Old 06-29-2006, 08:03 AM   #14585
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I just bought a new MSX and I wanted to see if someone could tell me a good method for sanding and polishing the edges of the chassis and other fiber parts.

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Old 06-29-2006, 11:00 AM   #14586
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the MSX rear diff IS alum, so upgrade to it.

http://www.tamiyausa.com/product/ite...oduct-id=53889
But he's got a BD, not a 415 that's why he asked for measurements.
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Old 06-29-2006, 11:05 AM   #14587
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I just bought a new MSX and I wanted to see if someone could tell me a good method for sanding and polishing the edges of the chassis and other fiber parts. I have been running a TC4 tub chassis so I have never had to do this before.
Clean the edges with a Primer, Yokomo do an excellent one and then apply instant cement and let it run around the edges for a smooth finish. Try and let it run around as much as possible for a good clean finish.
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Old 06-29-2006, 11:13 AM   #14588
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Milky Blue spring are available again from Jason.

Hurry though - there are only 3 sets!

http://cgi.ebay.com/49389-Tamiya-On-...QQcmdZViewItem
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Just paint them milky white. Easy.
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Hi,

I'm not sure when I look at the pictures of the alloy outdrives. It looks like there is a small rib where the bearing sits.
Or to make it simple: Is the alloy diff exactly the same as the plastic one (51058)?
Perhaps I just don't see it correctly. A picture of the alloy diff would help me aswell.

Thank you
Cheers
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from the edge of the rib to the inner face of the outdrive is 15.30mm.
thickness wise its about 1.5 - 2mm.

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Wrong thread but where can i find a asphalt setup for the evo4?thanks
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Guys,
will the TB EVO IV Stabilizer Rod Set - part# 53722, fit the 415MSX?
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will the TB EVO IV Stabilizer Rod Set - part# 53722, fit the 415MSX?
TA05 Stabilizer Set Front and Rear #53842 fit on TRF415MSX. Not sure about TB EVO IV stabilizer.
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TA05 Stabilizer Set Front and Rear #53842 fit on TRF415MSX. Not sure about TB EVO IV stabilizer.
The EVOIV fits the front no problems but is a little to wide for the rear but it will fit if you use collars to limit the side movement

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Hi,

thanks Ed. You helped me a lot.
From what I've heard and seen it should fit with a little modification.

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