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Old 03-19-2015, 06:59 PM   #451
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I believe in order to run a clutch set up, you will need a special motor mount. Trying to find out any info on this. If anyone knows anything please post it .
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You will also need their motor mount
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Old 03-20-2015, 06:19 AM   #452
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So here´s my solution. All the binding is gone! If you need longer travel for springtension (i.m.o totaly wrong spring) there is allways the old MBX5 and MBX6 spring shims to use!




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Some examples of other brands:
Tessmans HB


Haras Sworx


Tebos Kyosho


Quagraines JQ


and so on....!

Here you can see some rubbing from the spring on the threds:
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Old 03-22-2015, 09:31 AM   #453
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I have the car all stock, kit setup. 20 or so packs through it. I cannot get rear ride height lower than 29, even with the adjustors all the way up. Any ideas?
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I have the car all stock, kit setup. 20 or so packs through it. I cannot get rear ride height lower than 29, even with the adjustors all the way up. Any ideas?
i have had mine as low as 25 in rear for the in door high bite clay track i run at . something has to be wrong .. are you checking it with a battery in it? any binding?
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Old 03-22-2015, 03:27 PM   #455
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It depends which hole the rear hub hinge pin is in too. If you want a lower ride height use the lower hole if you have to use the stock springs.
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Old 03-22-2015, 06:41 PM   #456
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Yes battery in, body on, track ready. Nothing is binding. I don't understand. This is my third Mugen car, never seen this before.
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It depends which hole the rear hub hinge pin is in too. If you want a lower ride height use the lower hole if you have to use the stock springs.
I thought he said he built it kit set up which is on lower hole .
He may want to double check that could be his problem.
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I thought he said he built it kit set up which is on lower hole .
He may want to double check that could be his problem.
The setup sheet that came with my kit shows upper hole.
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Old 03-26-2015, 03:04 PM   #459
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So has anyone ran drakes set up yet ?
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Can u tell me what parts I need for the under drive? Thanks.
Sorry I Just Seen This Message I'm NewTo The ForuM. And just realied this phone is caping everything to lol. But this is a gear change in rear to make the front a bit faster to make it track straighter on acceleration.
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Sorry I Just Seen This Message I'm NewTo The ForuM. And just realied this phone is caping everything to lol. But this is a gear change in rear to make the front a bit faster to make it track straighter on acceleration.
42 th ring gear and a 12 tooth pinion nitro RC has them in stock
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Old 03-28-2015, 08:09 AM   #462
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So has anyone ran drakes set up yet ?
I GUESS NO ONE YET ??
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I have ran some of his setup plus the weight on the rear. For me the changes were very good. I'm more of a " go big or go home" kinda driver. It smoothed out the steering and gave me more rear traction and I was able to push harder then I was able to do with stock setup.
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Old 03-29-2015, 07:58 AM   #464
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Yea I'm a aim and shoot driver I go hard in and out of corners I'm mostly stock set up . What I want to make better is out of a bigger corner push I start on inside but end up outside at corner exit on power . Off power it turns on a dime
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Old 03-30-2015, 01:11 AM   #465
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My MBX7r Eco suffers from oversteer, each exit from turns.

Could you please tell me what to do to mitigate the problem ?

I have the default box setup

Thanks in advance

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