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Everything posted by cstorckiii

  1. https://www.tamiyausa.com/shop/spray-ps-polycarbonate/ps-dark-blue-2/ A bit late, I know, but TamiyaUSA has it available now.
  2. You may want to look at getting 53218 Hard Joint Cup Set as well.
  3. In case anyone wanted to know exactly what a "One Way Diff" is and how it works: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sprag_clutch.
  4. Yes, however the kit does come with 4 1150 bearings for the gearbox outdrives and 2 one piece thrust bearings. That leaves 13 1150 and 5 850 bearings to source.
  5. My MB01 kit hexes actually measured 6mm.
  6. Shapeways is ridiculously expensive. A proper set of 4 wheels for an NSU TT is close to $100 USD.
  7. Oh, and MCI has the decals… https://mciracing.ca/products/1-10th-tam-dash-emperor-decals
  8. https://teambluegroove.com/collections/tamiya/products/tbg-dash-emperor-body-wing-vintage-fits-tamiya-thundershot-saint-fire-dragon
  9. Let’s not forget the Dash-1 Emperor…
  10. Maybe… ? The cup end looks like it may be shorter to compensate for the shorter front shaft. I know GPM used to have a 68mm universal (SDF 1268C) that worked in the front. But most 70mm sets bind in the front.
  11. Suspension pin, suspension shaft, or in the wider hardware world headless clevis pin with retaining ring grooves. However, finding sizes that will work is the biggest issue.
  12. There's always these: https://www.tamiyausa.com/shop/option-parts/rc-lw-one-piece-alum-axlehub/m-chassis/
  13. I had the same issue as @ChrisRx718 with the same parts.
  14. 1: Yes, much less involved than an M05. I found it only slightly more involved than my Rising Fighter. 2: HobbyPark. It came in a set of 4 .06 pinions for $11 USD on Amazon. Plenty of similar on ebay. Some including a steel spur gear that may work in this car.
  15. https://www.amazon.com/Tamiya-Hornet-58043-Sealed-Bearing/dp/B00K2C60RI/ref=sr_1_2?crid=32BWJLI7090X7&keywords=fast+eddy+hornet&qid=1694725030&sprefix=fast+eddy+hornet%2Caps%2C142&sr=8-2 Hornet specific set. Under $15.
  16. Issue 1: the screws. My M08 kit came with a couple of extra super thin head screws ( MC 4), so I used those at the front of the servo. Issue 2: the servo itself. With the servo sitting higher than it should the steering arms at the front bearings hit the front corners of the mounting tab on the servo. I removed the servo and rounded the front corners down with my Dremel and shoved the servo as far back as it would go. It swings lock to lock now.
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