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Old 07-24-2005, 11:12 PM
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can you make one for the 414?
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Old 07-25-2005, 01:03 AM
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It is a full complete kit
you not have to buy anything else for this to work on your car

you can trust us brits we are the good guy`s
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Old 07-25-2005, 02:55 AM
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Originally Posted by Sokool
When I go threw the site it is wanting me to pay the full 44.99

Can you just PM me the proper paypal address and I'll just send the $59.20 that way?

I am correct in thinking the kit comes with the fans, right?
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I will PM you with the relevent details
Yep your right, it comes with the fans, all you will need to do is remove the original top deck and replace it with the Cool-Can-Fan intergrated top deck
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Old 07-25-2005, 03:42 AM
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Hi, If anyone want to purchase from outside the UK can they please contact either myself or Trackside for the details of payment.
(Still trying to set the site up so that it will charge the correct amount for US orders)

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Old 07-25-2005, 03:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Steve_L
Hi, If anyone want to purchase from outside the UK can they please contact either myself or Trackside for the details of payment.
(Still trying to set the site up so that it will charge the correct amount for US orders)

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Cheers for that Steve
Yes thats right some really good rates for our US compatriates
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Old 07-25-2005, 03:55 PM
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Originally Posted by GReddy
can you make one for the 414?
Sorry for being ignorant but what is a 414 Im asuming its a Tamyia? as they make a 415 and an EVO IV and others
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Old 07-25-2005, 04:01 PM
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Yep, the 414 is the predecessor to the 415. Don't think any of the current units will fit it?!?!
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Old 07-25-2005, 04:18 PM
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Malcolm tried the fan on Sat at Cotswold, it is awesome.
It will not be comig off until the winter season.
Thanks very much

Cheers for that vote of confidence Rob (you still owe me a pint or ten)

Steve thanks for that info
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Old 07-25-2005, 04:35 PM
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I'm not sure you would want to remove the fan, even in winter....working on the theory cooler is better, then it should be just as useful in winter (especially indoors)?
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Originally Posted by Trakside Trucke
Hi Sokool (I should have had that as my name )
I will PM you with the relevent details
Yep your right, it comes with the fans, all you will need to do is remove the original top deck and replace it with the Cool-Can-Fan intergrated top deck
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You got cash!
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Old 07-26-2005, 02:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Sokool
You got cash!
Cheers for that
I will get it in the post and let you have the tracking number, as I am away on me hols for 2 weeks as from Monday 1st August
Thanks again, you will not be sorry you have purchased this I can assure you.
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Old 07-26-2005, 04:24 AM
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Nope you certainly won't! Been running one on my 415 for... oooo a long time now (malc, check the sig ) They work really really well! Ran mine indoors for the first time last weekend, and I think I was one of the only people not to suffer motor drop off, apart from the other peeps also using CCF's. Best bit is if you wire them up to the battery terminals on your speedo, they remain on, even after the esc is switched off, so the motor will be nice and cool when you come back from marshalling

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Old 07-26-2005, 11:16 AM
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Originally Posted by TryHard
Nope you certainly won't! Been running one on my 415 for... oooo a long time now (malc, check the sig ) They work really really well! Ran mine indoors for the first time last weekend, and I think I was one of the only people not to suffer motor drop off, apart from the other peeps also using CCF's. Best bit is if you wire them up to the battery terminals on your speedo, they remain on, even after the esc is switched off, so the motor will be nice and cool when you come back from marshalling

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Nice one Edd
Thanks for +ing us to your Sig
Yea, some people say they will remove the CCF's when racing indoors, WHY coz you need to keep the motor from over heating, (as even slimmer Dave mentioned earlier in this thread) as you had found out, and many people alike to. The diference running a CCF is far more run time with NO drop off.
Last Friday I was racing at my local club (be it 30 miles away ) and was running a 9 single for the full 5 mins and another 2 mins after the race was finished as it was the last final of the evening with NO drop off whatso ever.
Your right about wiring the way you mentioned Edd it is by far the best way to wire up the CCF's
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When I get it I'll be sure to get a few good pictures for you to use on your website.

Can't wait to get it!!!
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Originally Posted by TryHard
Nope you certainly won't! Been running one on my 415 for... oooo a long time now (malc, check the sig ) They work really really well! Ran mine indoors for the first time last weekend, and I think I was one of the only people not to suffer motor drop off, apart from the other peeps also using CCF's. Best bit is if you wire them up to the battery terminals on your speedo, they remain on, even after the esc is switched off, so the motor will be nice and cool when you come back from marshalling

Later
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I wired up a Yokomo BD with a switch directly to the ESC. This way I can turn on and off the fans when needed.
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