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Old 09-29-2004, 04:42 AM   #16
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'refined chassis' 415? what do u mean? what's the difference?
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Old 09-29-2004, 04:45 AM   #17
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#49349 TRF415 Refined Chassis Kit

Initial details are sketchy, but this looks like it's gonna be realeased after the worlds, some time in Japan during November. In terms of spec, there is speculation that it will include the Evo 4 Reversible Lightweight Suspension and Titanium Screws.

There is other speculation too in the TRF 415 thread.
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Thanks for the info! Ah, since i've never tried out belt car, i'll get the TRF415, you guys think i should wait till they come out with an updated version of the car? Or just get it now, because i bought my ps2 the first day it came out and it died out in like, 3 years... Thanks again and pelase keep postin your reviews on the TRF415 or TBEVO 4. And If you have any good TRF415 asphault settings please list em
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Thanks for the info! Ah, since i've never tried out belt car, i'll get the TRF415, you guys think i should wait till they come out with an updated version of the car? Or just get it now, because i bought my ps2 the first day it came out and it died out in like, 3 years... Thanks again and pelase keep postin your reviews on the TRF415 or TBEVO 4. And If you have any good TRF415 asphault settings please list em
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I think the TRF415 is a very good and competitive car. I've been running on at the Tamiya events (TCS, and KO Grand Prix) and both time I had really good performance with it. If you want to get some basic setup for asphalt, please send me an email: [email protected] and I can email you what the Tamiya folks recommend as a starting setup for the Tamiya track and you can adjust to your liking once you get a few runs in

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Old 09-30-2004, 01:46 AM   #20
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Does 'refined chassis' 415 =415ms?
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Old 09-30-2004, 02:36 AM   #21
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Does 'refined chassis' 415 =415ms?
Yes, I believe it does.
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