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Old 05-02-2004, 02:34 AM   #2716
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does anybody know where to get a "mr4-tc special conversion kit"?, have the yokomo mr4-tc euro-truck (belt drive) & want to update or improve w/ hop-ups. i've checked speedtechrc.com but they are always "out of stock". any other shops?

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Old 05-02-2004, 08:41 AM   #2717
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there is always yokomo usa where you can get it, but it will cost you full street price
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Old 05-02-2004, 10:04 AM   #2718
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does anyone know what yokomo springs are 30 and 35 lb springs? Ther must be like 14 different springs to choose from and I have no idea what to use. Someone told me to go to the Yokomo Mr-4SD thread, but there is 270 pages, and i dont have the time to look through all of them
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Old 05-04-2004, 01:21 PM   #2719
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Another shop that has Yokomo Parts in www.rcboyz.com. I would recommend going back to www.speedtechrc.com and and get the phone number. Call Steve Wang. Sometimes out of stock means that there is ONE left, that is how I got my Aluminum servo mounts. He'll order whatever you want and you'll get it for less than street price. I really like the www.speedtechrc.com experience and service.

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Old 08-22-2004, 11:33 PM   #2720
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Default NIB MR4TC Special Factory 2 -SSG Worth Building????

Hello:
I've had this kit sitting in my closet for almost a year now and can't decide whether or not I should build it for indoor carpet racing. (tight technical track -stock class, maybe 19t?)

I currently have an Xray Evo2 so that would be my comparison.
Will I be saddly dissapointed with the preformance?

Is this kit now a dinosaur for display in the RC Smithsonian?

Thanks for any input.
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Old 08-23-2004, 01:35 AM   #2721
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GM V12 Speedoquestion:

What is the different?
2kHZ - more punch?
4kHz - smooth control?
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Old 08-23-2004, 06:11 PM   #2722
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SWEEET!!

I thought I was stuck with just the SD thread, good thing I found this one. A buddy of mine has an SD but his front dogbones comes from the MR4TC; they're silver or chrome looking and he says they're stronger than the stock ones. Does anyone have a part # for these? Better yet, does anyone know what the hell I'm talking about? He also says MIP makes the CVD's also, but I can't locate them.
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Old 08-23-2004, 09:01 PM   #2724
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Thanks man, but how the hell do I get them? Guess I just have to call them up tomorrow. Awesome, thanx again.

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Is it funny how the yokes are moved back to SP type cars. Still run my MR4-TC SP and will untill parts are gone.
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Is it funny how the yokes are moved back to SP type cars. Still run my MR4-TC SP and will untill parts are gone.
haha, nice to hear that - i am still with my MR4TC Worlds (fat chassis) as I dig it out and run it again lately. have fun but be aware of the parts supply.
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Thumbs up to Tire Chunker for finding an old thread (last post is august 2004) LOL
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Is it funny how the yokes are moved back to SP type cars. Still run my MR4-TC SP and will untill parts are gone.

Some lady was cleaning out her old man's garage and was dumping a ton of MR4TC parts. I got a bunch of front belts for 2 bucks each, rear belts at a buck each, hub carriers, steering blocks all very cheap $1-$2 each pack. I even got some yokomo slicks at $3 a pair. I got 2 pairs each of mediums and firm.

BTW, good job finding this old thread! I was wondering if anyone else was running this old car!
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Some lady was cleaning out her old man's garage and was dumping a ton of MR4TC parts. I got a bunch of front belts for 2 bucks each, rear belts at a buck each, hub carriers, steering blocks all very cheap $1-$2 each pack. I even got some yokomo slicks at $3 a pair. I got 2 pairs each of mediums and firm.

BTW, good job finding this old thread! I was wondering if anyone else was running this old car!
that comes once in a life time , i wish that would happen to me
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