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Old 02-24-2015, 06:10 PM   #361
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Do you think the 44T spur with the 14T pinion is a good starting point with a 1900KV motor? What batteries is everyone running? I bought a couple of the SMC 4S 60C 6500MAH packs. Is that a good choice? I thought about buying a one of the SMC 4S 70C 4600MAH packs to play with.

Just got all of the pieces so I am going to start putting it together.

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I run the 4s 70c 6500 SMC in both my Mugens buggy and truggy I love them. Been running 2 of them for 2 years now and still going strong.
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Finally got mine ready for the track this coming Saturday!
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Old 02-24-2015, 06:21 PM   #363
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Old 02-24-2015, 11:13 PM   #364
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Thanks for all the info.

So is the 46T spur and 14T pinion a good starting point for a 1900KV motor?

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By the way, Awesome looking buggy!
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Thanks for all the info.

So is the 46T spur and 14T pinion a good starting point for a 1900KV motor?

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By the way, Awesome looking buggy!
That's the gearing I've been running on a med indoor track with a 1900 Smc and it works fine. Outdoors I'll probably go to 16 or 17.
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yes I bought some cheap turnigy truggy blocks. I set one side with the callipers according to the setup sheet, drop it on the blocks, measure set side with droop scale, and repeat on the other side. Eyeballing it seems equal, I never touch the callipers again cos I know it will be wrong lolz
Where can I get a droop scale?
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I have 2 question about Mugen MBX7R ECO. What size are the inner hinge pins in mm and why do people use an underdrive rear diff set??? Thanks!!!
I'm ordering this buggy as soon as tower has them back in stock and ordering upgrades and spare parts. What excactly is an underdrive rear diff set? As I would like to give it a try, thanks in advance.
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That's the gearing I've been running on a med indoor track with a 1900 Smc and it works fine. Outdoors I'll probably go to 16 or 17.
Thank you.

That is very useful info.
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Hope to hit the track again soon with my 7 eco r been working some set up issues out i have the m2c weight kits and tappered pistons on order. Seems the stock shock setting is to soft for my driving skill or lack of lol. I have ran the car for 5 races now and no brakage isue at all i hope this car is like my 6r and i wont even need to buy spares as i raced that car for years and never broke a single thing also the buggy shows little to no ware at all. I am liking the slide out of the turns on power so i will stick with the stock diff gears for now but may change to the under drive for the out door tracks.
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Hope to hit the track again soon with my 7 eco r been working some set up issues out i have the m2c weight kits and tappered pistons on order. Seems the stock shock setting is to soft for my driving skill or lack of lol. I have ran the car for 5 races now and no brakage isue at all i hope this car is like my 6r and i wont even need to buy spares as i raced that car for years and never broke a single thing also the buggy shows little to no ware at all. I am liking the slide out of the turns on power so i will stick with the stock diff gears for now but may change to the under drive for the out door tracks.
Can u tell me what parts I need for the under drive? Thanks.
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What do you guys set you speed control settings at on mi sized tracks...along with you gearing...I see a bunch stated earlier
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I want to ship my painter some bodies and was wondering if u guy's could tell me if these bodies work with this buggy and if they clear batteries? And is it true that I will only need 4500 mAh packs to make 10 min mains? I don't want to have to run my packs on their sides so can someone give me battery dimensions that I can run flat and w these bodies? Thanks in advance. PL Phantom MBX7 pt# PRO3433-00, PL Bulldog gen3 MBX7 pt# PRO3406-00, JC Silencer MBX7 pt# JCO0253, JC Silencer MBX7 ECO pt# JCO0268
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Can u tell me what parts I need for the under drive? Thanks.
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I want to ship my painter some bodies and was wondering if u guy's could tell me if these bodies work with this buggy and if they clear batteries? And is it true that I will only need 4500 mAh packs to make 10 min mains? I don't want to have to run my packs on their sides so can someone give me battery dimensions that I can run flat and w these bodies? Thanks in advance. PL Phantom MBX7 pt# PRO3433-00, PL Bulldog gen3 MBX7 pt# PRO3406-00, JC Silencer MBX7 pt# JCO0253, JC Silencer MBX7 ECO pt# JCO0268
I use a 4300mah and make 10mins easy. I put about 3000mah back in after 10mins
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