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Old 02-09-2006, 07:32 PM   #1
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Default replacement for the MBX 5 Prospec?

Has anyone heard if Mugen is coming out with a replacement for the mbx5 prospec? I have heard yes but I haven't seen or heard anything about it.If anyone hears or sees anything let me know.
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the replacement should come out around june this year.
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Originally Posted by Tag
the replacement should come out around june this year.

How do you know this?
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Old 02-14-2006, 07:12 AM   #4
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My guess is you'll see the MBX5 ProSpec II.

Why fix what ain't broke? .....HAHAHA

The MBX5 is one of the best cars on the market. Very durable and doesn't need any hopups. Just look at how many other guys running other brands use Mugen parts on their cars....LOL

My guess is we'll see some minor geometry changes, but mostly updates to the shocks (hard coated shock bodies and possibly slightly longer). I'm also guessing they'll revise the ackerman and steering bellcrank system to get rid of the bumpsteer.
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