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Old 02-12-2005, 06:25 PM   #151
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Where can you buy these kits (plus spares) online?

Does the car come with cell slots cut in the chassis as I've seen pictures with and without slots?
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I had problem with the original MY02M univ shaft - it cannot hold up even for a few packs of batteries. The little pin keep dropping out of the joint ...
Since I cannot find any replacement from HK and Singapore ... I end up using the Tamiya 39mm univ shafts and it fits perfectly and it is much stronger than the stock univ.

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I had problem with the original MY02M univ shaft - it cannot hold up even for a few packs of batteries. The little pin keep dropping out of the joint ...
Since I cannot find any replacement from HK and Singapore ... I end up using the Tamiya 39mm univ shafts and it fits perfectly and it is much stronger than the stock univ.

Just to share with you guys.
Hello.... last saturday i had a simlar problem seems like the front bone is binding due to the pin unsecuring it self even though threadlock has been used, it made it bog in tight corners. But after rebuilding w/anit wear grease it was as smooth as ever once again. I suggest you invest on those Ti wheel axles there not that expensive and you will find it actually rectifies the problem and reduces the slop.

Have you tried the skid plate up front yet? what sort of effects did you experience?
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Old 02-17-2005, 06:32 AM   #154
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fuk_wrx,

thanks for your advise.
i guess the problem of the stock univ shaft is due to the U-shape cut in the outdrive, i guess the little pin drop out due to the deform of the outdrive in high torque/rpm.

I will keep using Tamiya univ shafts and I don't have to worry about parts supply. I guess the Tech Ti outdrive is not cheap even if I can find it from hobby shop ...

i have not try the optional skid plate yet, might get it next time if I visit Japan.

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Old 02-18-2005, 09:06 AM   #155
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fuk_wrx,

thanks for your advise.
i guess the problem of the stock univ shaft is due to the U-shape cut in the outdrive, i guess the little pin drop out due to the deform of the outdrive in high torque/rpm.

I will keep using Tamiya univ shafts and I don't have to worry about parts supply. I guess the Tech Ti outdrive is not cheap even if I can find it from hobby shop ...

i have not try the optional skid plate yet, might get it next time if I visit Japan.

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Thats coool..... who keeps tech racing parts in hong kong?
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Thats coool..... who keeps tech racing parts in hong kong?
jet hobby, though some shops are selling the Tech kit but none of the parts
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Old 02-26-2005, 08:12 AM   #157
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although i hvent seen an myo2m standard version, the much more version has the cross carbon chassis, updated shock towers and aluminum rear outdrives. its more tunable than the 415MS. btw, what is the internal ratio? is it 2.33?
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although i hvent seen an myo2m standard version, the much more version has the cross carbon chassis, updated shock towers and aluminum rear outdrives. its more tunable than the 415MS. btw, what is the internal ratio? is it 2.33?
Its 2.1875:1
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Its 2.1875:1
Thank you very much for the info. so is it possible to use the trf low friction belts? if i remember it right, the trf415 has the same i.d.r. btw, this is off topic but i have a cell master charger and i enconter an error during a CTX CHARGE MODE, the error says "ERROR CLIP". Does this mean delta peak voltage setting too high? i tried setting my delta peak to 00 and did not get the same error anymore? please let me know what you think. thank you very much
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Thank you very much for the info. so is it possible to use the trf low friction belts? if i remember it right, the trf415 has the same i.d.r. btw, this is off topic but i have a cell master charger and i enconter an error during a CTX CHARGE MODE, the error says "ERROR CLIP". Does this mean delta peak voltage setting too high? i tried setting my delta peak to 00 and did not get the same error anymore? please let me know what you think. thank you very much
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Yes, the trf415 belts are a perfect fit.....

PM me with what you are setting the delta peak at when you get this message.

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Yes, the trf415 belts are a perfect fit.....

PM me with what you are setting the delta peak at when you get this message.

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hi keith,you got pm. thanks
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Anyone here got there hands on the basic kit yet? Few changes i heard no more stiff posts, redesigned upper deck, redesigned main chassis, Type 2 shock towers, New alum diff and diff pulley and new front upper arms its only available in stealth colors .

THIS KIT is cheap but it dont come with bearings or shocks ill post some pics when it gets delivered to me thanks ma...

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Hi

What is the basic kit about ? is it a new product or an old product ??

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What is the basic kit about ? is it a new product or an old product ??

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Its the newest MY02M it has been updated with new upper deck, chassis, type 2 shock towers, front upper arms and diffs. Only the kit dont include shocks or bearings. And its black
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really ?? is it from Tech racing directly or from Much More ? I could not find any information from their website.

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