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Old 06-30-2006, 06:40 AM   #14596
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can any one tell me the measurements of the msx nitrade shock shafts,

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Old 06-30-2006, 09:04 AM   #14597
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Can anybody tell me if they can get ahold of a Tamiya Spool
Part # 49358.

This spool is now discontinued by Tamiya, I am just trying to stay TCS legal. Need one of these badly.........


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Old 06-30-2006, 12:53 PM   #14598
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can any one tell me the measurements of the msx nitrade shock shafts,

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ive heard they are 28 mm can any one confirm this?
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Old 06-30-2006, 04:26 PM   #14599
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ive heard they are 28 mm can any one confirm this?
the length are 28mm because i have used cyclone shock shaft in my EVO 5 too
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Can anybody tell me if they can get ahold of a Tamiya Spool
Part # 49358.

This spool is now discontinued by Tamiya, I am just trying to stay TCS legal. Need one of these badly.........


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I just ordered one from RC Champ yesterday!
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Old 06-30-2006, 10:44 PM   #14601
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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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Just saw that the Tamiya website has the 415 marked way-down, I would love to have one but what to do when no shop carries parts in your town???
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Old 07-01-2006, 12:44 AM   #14603
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Champ is selling TRF415MSX for only 39900Yen.
And we have most of the parts in stock, like chassis, shock towers, stabilizer bars, blue turnbuckles and etc.....
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I heard there is a Marc Reinhard edition 415 coming out soon, does anyone know any details?

I assume it will have 05 pullies, and the evo 5 steering as per the TRF cars from the last few major events. Anything else new?
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I heard there is a Marc Reinhard edition 415 coming out soon, does anyone know any details?

I assume it will have 05 pullies, and the evo 5 steering as per the TRF cars from the last few major events. Anything else new?

Oh really?!~ That will be interesting....

Its time for me to change a new car. My MSX conv is kinda old...
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Old 07-03-2006, 05:57 AM   #14606
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question for anyone who can help. On my 415, i red-threadlocked a screw that goes trhough carbon fiber and into an aluminum supppport. the problem i am having is that i can seem to hold the perfectly round support without strippinng aluminum off while trying to get the screw out. and ideas?
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Old 07-03-2006, 10:16 AM   #14607
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Hello again, been doing a lot of racing lately and now the heat is up over in the UK (about 30*C ). I was wondering if there was any way to keep tyre wear down by altering the set-up or should i just buy tyres which have a higher temperature range? The tyres i am using at the moment are Sorex 32r's.

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If there is a Marc edition, what do you think it would have different than the MSX? Just the evo steering? Has anyone tried the evo steering on their MSX?
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If there is a Marc edition, what do you think it would have different than the MSX? Just the evo steering? Has anyone tried the evo steering on their MSX?
I shud have my new chassis and top deck midweek to allow me to fit the new steering.
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Hello again, been doing a lot of racing lately and now the heat is up over in the UK (about 30*C ). I was wondering if there was any way to keep tyre wear down by altering the set-up or should i just buy tyres which have a higher temperature range? The tyres i am using at the moment are Sorex 32r's.

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TBH, harder tyres is the way forward. The only setup change you should be making is to change the balance to suit the tyres and track

At Southend this weekend I was running RP30's, pretty much kept my setup the same as always, only real change was to make the car a little softer to cope with the bumps.

Jist make sure that your not being too hard on the tyres, more than anything driving style can affect that more than anything.

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