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Old 01-04-2010, 02:38 AM   #16
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This is a smaller version of the car Keith, it isn't a 1/10th TC. I'm not sure what scale they call it though.
Some call it 1/12 but commonly known as 4WD M-chassis.

I am having a blast with mine. So far nothing has broken and it is very reliable. I will be taking it apart tonight to look for any "internal" injuries
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oh-- right on.


Naw, i just recently looked at some link- and they gave the 416 copy a name- other than 416 copy.. LOL.. I thought this was it..
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to the people that have this car i have a question...what color are the rims ? one pic shows white dish another shows black spokes and another looks like florescent yellow
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Spare parts arrive !
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Old 01-12-2010, 06:07 PM   #20
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anybody know what the final drive ratio of the 211 go is ?
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anybody know what the final drive ratio of the 211 go is ?
2.05. same as "blue red twin star" 416.
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Old 01-27-2010, 09:05 PM   #22
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Could somebody if parts of TRF416 and Fujin 211 could sharing together?

For example, if is possible to convert a 416 to M car with Fujin's parts?

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Could somebody if parts of TRF416 and Fujin 211 could sharing together?

For example, if is possible to convert a 416 to M car with Fujin's parts?

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I would say you can. Majority of the parts are similar. The drive train is essentially 416WE. The suspension components are only parts that are specific to Fujin. But of course the lower and upper deck are Fujin specific.

These are the parts that are the same;

1) Entire front and rear bulk head assembly.
2) Front one-way/spool
3) All pulleys
4) All susupension blocks except front-inside block. Fujin incorporates the steering rack slider.
5) Servo Mounts
6) Antiroll bar stoppers
7) Antiroll bar straps
8) All components of rear diff assembly
9) Front and rear body post
10) Front bumper mount - plastic part
11) Motor mount
12) ESC/Motor cooling ramp
13) Ball ends and cups
14) Inboard suspinsion pins (3mm x 46mm)
15) suspension ball
16) Centre gear mount assembly
17) Drive shaft "ears"
18) Front spool delrin drive cups and ring
19) All bearings


These are Fujin specific;
1) Shock towers
2) Steering rack is incorporated in the front-inside suspension block.
3) Drive Belts
4) CVD shafts, Fronts are 30mm - Same as M-03, Rears are 28mm.
5) Top and lower deck
6) Antiroll bars
7) Front bumper - Foam part
8) all turn buckles
9) outboard suspension pins(3mm diameter)
10) Rear hub
11) Front Hub
12) Front "C" Hub
13) front and rear suspension arms

I did a compare of the lower deck of 416(not WE or X) with Fujin, almost all the holes lined up. The holes that did not lined up, I would think that they are the 416WE version.

In fact I am also toying with the idea of aquiring a 2nd hand 416WE for conversion. The only thing that is holding me back are;

1) Will it improve the handling
2) Some parts of the Fujin are not on sale yet. i.e. shock towers, front knuckles, "C" hubs.
3) the price for a used 416WE is cost about a brand new Fujin

But if you got one hanging around collecting dust, you may want to consider.


Hope this helps

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I would say you can. Majority of the parts are similar. The drive train is essentially 416WE. The suspension components are only parts that are specific to Fujin. But of course the lower and upper deck are Fujin specific.

These are the parts that are the same;

1) Entire front and rear bulk head assembly.
2) Front one-way/spool
3) All pulleys
4) All susupension blocks except front-inside block. Fujin incorporates the steering rack slider.
5) Servo Mounts
6) Antiroll bar stoppers
7) Antiroll bar straps
8) All components of rear diff assembly
9) Front and rear body post
10) Front bumper mount - plastic part
11) Motor mount
12) ESC/Motor cooling ramp
13) Ball ends and cups
14) Inboard suspinsion pins (3mm x 46mm)
15) suspension ball
16) Centre gear mount assembly
17) Drive shaft "ears"
18) Front spool delrin drive cups and ring
19) All bearings


These are Fujin specific;
1) Shock towers
2) Steering rack is incorporated in the front-inside suspension block.
3) Drive Belts
4) CVD shafts, Fronts are 30mm - Same as M-03, Rears are 28mm.
5) Top and lower deck
6) Antiroll bars
7) Front bumper - Foam part
8) all turn buckles
9) outboard suspension pins(3mm diameter)
10) Rear hub
11) Front Hub
12) Front "C" Hub
13) front and rear suspension arms

I did a compare of the lower deck of 416(not WE or X) with Fujin, almost all the holes lined up. The holes that did not lined up, I would think that they are the 416WE version.

In fact I am also toying with the idea of aquiring a 2nd hand 416WE for conversion. The only thing that is holding me back are;

1) Will it improve the handling
2) Some parts of the Fujin are not on sale yet. i.e. shock towers, front knuckles, "C" hubs.
3) the price for a used 416WE is cost about a brand new Fujin

But if you got one hanging around collecting dust, you may want to consider.


Hope this helps

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Oh really, are you sure?

But, don't you see the optional bulkheads of 3racing for 416 is different than that of Fujin?

Explain me of the reason of these, please?

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Could anybody tell me what brand of tyres of 4WD M cars should use in the same surface as the touring cars run with Sorex tyres, please?

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Oh really, are you sure?

But, don't you see the optional bulkheads of 3racing for 416 is different than that of Fujin?

Explain me of the reason of these, please?

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The shape may be different but mounting points are the same.

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Could anybody tell me what brand of tyres of 4WD M cars should use in the same surface as the touring cars run with Sorex tyres, please?

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RP
Much More
Square


RP by TakeOff are good but a bit pricey. Much More's is about 1/2 the price but grip a tad less then RP. I have not tried Square but cost even more then RP.

Rims from 3Racing are cheap and good.

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RP
Much More
Square


RP by TakeOff are good but a bit pricey. Much More's is about 1/2 the price but grip a tad less then RP. I have not tried Square but cost even more then RP.

Rims from 3Racing are cheap and good.

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How about Spice?

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How about Spice?

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You are right, Spice is another brand and I also left out Ride. Nope, have not tried them before. I was only looking at cheaper tires and I am very happy with Much More as they offer pretty good grip and about 1/2 the price of its competitors.

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Mac853,


About the bulk heads, the rear bulk heads are unique to Fujin. But the diff and bulkhead upper(upper link mounts) are the same. My bad.

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