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Old 09-10-2004, 09:17 PM   #91
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so does the monster chassis have no cutouts for the cells, i am thinking of this car but if this is the case buying the option chassis or cutting the original is abit too much money/work.
You do not need to cut the orignal chassis, just secure cells with fibre glass tape both ways Horizontal and Vertical. It has holes for both.

I wont be buying the optional chassis until mine has givin in
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Hi-LowBrow, nice pics of the car, thanks for those!

Can anyone tell me if the centre pulley is fixed on the Monster, if not is one avaliable.

Also is there a spool available for the car? I suspect the answer is no as the 415 users are having to buy non - Tamiya items. I take it these will not fit in the monster???

I saw on the Tech home page a S-Type chassis (MOP060) does anyone know if this is the same as the monster kit chassis apart form the cell slots?

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I saw on the Tech home page a S-Type chassis (MOP060) does anyone know if this is the same as the monster kit chassis apart form the cell slots?

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the S-chassis has slots for batteries and has cooling holes on the other side of batteries for cooling.since the slots and holes make the chassis softer, it's got little bit thicker than stock one(has no slots,holes at all). the weight is also heavier.
Straight carbon S-chassis is 2.2mm but Cross carbon(woven) S-chassis is 2.5mm,because it's softer than Straight carbon. Stock chassis (no holes,no slots) is just 2.0mm though.

summer season in Japan is very hot and humid, so the chassis like S-chassis is needed for the heat issue.
if you have the heat issue, it is recommended .
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Any help on whether the Monster has a fixed centre pulley and if a spool is avaliable (either through TECH or another company)

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Old 09-20-2004, 06:49 AM   #95
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Posted quite recently on the TECH site are these new parts for the Monster (it kinda makes sense!) ...

The SPT special diff. unit for MY02
It is appearance of the special diff. for MY02.
There is no abnormal play of the dry dock bone almost, the responseimproves. Also durability improves substantially. In addition, diff.adjustment is possible simply when it is installed in the vehicle.Best state can be maintained always and easily.

MOP121 conversion set (conversion from standard diff.) \3000
MOP120 diff. set (set) \4500

(see attached Pic)

And also Carbon packages....

The carbon composite part set for MY02/M

Carbon composite suspension part set
Part related to suspension equivalent of 1 set
Front carbon suspension arm
Cart Bonn suspension arm
Carbon 5 degree C hub

[email protected]\4800

Carbon composite bulkhead part set
Part related to bulkhead equivalent of 1 set
Carbon front bulkhead
Carbon center bulkhead

MOP140 \2800

Any MY02's hit the track this weekend?

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Old 10-03-2004, 01:39 PM   #96
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Hi guys!
I tried New diff unit yesterday, it was awesome !! it makes so much punch at low end, even diff-adjustment is way easier! you dont have to take anything off when you adjust the diff.

besides,,,,my Monster got camber link mount stiffners for both front and rear.
as well as all carbon parts like bulk heads.
so,the car is real stiff now.

those are highly recommended
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Old 10-03-2004, 02:43 PM   #97
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Hi guys!
I tried New diff unit yesterday, it was awesome !! it makes so much punch at low end, even diff-adjustment is way easier! you dont have to take anything off when you adjust the diff.

besides,,,,my Monster got camber link mount stiffners for both front and rear.
as well as all carbon parts like bulk heads.
so,the car is real stiff now.

those are highly recommended
As you have the new special diff, how long is that special diff-screw and do you know if you can get this as a spare part?
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Folks,

Just got myself a MY02 Monster and have problem building the rear gear box and fit it onto the main chassis.
I found that the rear diff is too long for to fit in the gear box ... do you have the same problem or I have missed anything here ?

Pls advise.

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well i just built a new monster and had no such problems, i think you should rebuild the diff paying close attention to the instructions and then see if it fits, also i would check the orintation of the belt tensioners.
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ausracer, thanks - would you be able to post some pic about your rear diff, rear gear box ?

I have retried so many times and still not fit ... eg, more than 5mm off set from the "fit" point ...

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sorry dude - one more quick question -

for your my02 monster, is the rear diff out drive made by metal or plastic ? mine is made by metal - alloy, i think.
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sorry dude - one more quick question -

for your my02 monster, is the rear diff out drive made by metal or plastic ? mine is made by metal - alloy, i think.
for my Monster,it is made by aluminum
with plastic dogbone adapter like X-ray's
here's a picture for you!!
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oops,,,
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Old 11-17-2004, 03:24 PM   #105
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uuuhh,,,,can't post a picture...... why?
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