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Old 03-26-2007, 04:08 PM   #17881
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Old 03-26-2007, 04:33 PM   #17882
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hi,

i'm 15 years old and from germany. i hope you will understand my english

are the spacers (e.g. u3131) made of plastic or of metal?

sry for this stupid question, but on the picture they look like plastic

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They are actually special harder alloy shims and they are the same color as the bulkheads
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Old 03-26-2007, 06:48 PM   #17883
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There is a new Mi3 avatar available at Schumacher Pitspace now. We also posted another poll.

www.schumacherpitspace.com



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Old 03-26-2007, 06:59 PM   #17884
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There is a new Mi3 avatar available at Schumacher Pitspace now. We also posted another poll.

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Cool I had to try it out.
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will any of the part's from the mi2 carry over to the mi3.
like a-arm's, or hub's, and other's
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Old 03-27-2007, 03:14 AM   #17886
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will any of the part's from the mi2 carry over to the mi3.
like a-arm's, or hub's, and other's
Rear hubs, caster blocks, steering knuckles, belts, spools, oneways, diffs. can be used from the Mi2EC.

Arms will be different because of the mounting point of the sway bars.
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Old 03-27-2007, 04:56 AM   #17887
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will any of the part's from the mi2 carry over to the mi3.
like a-arm's, or hub's, and other's
You can also use the old a arms in a pinch to but the sway bar mounting locations are different so you can't use them.
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Alright guys, heres the link to the final version of the expolded diagram; click on Mi3. Please disregard the old one Adrian posted.

http://www.racing-cars.com/usa/produ...bcategory=Cars
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i know that the knucles and c hubs are will fit the ec and mi3 but are the mi3 s different in anyway.
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i know that the knucles and c hubs are will fit the ec and mi3 but are the mi3 s different in anyway.
They are exactly the same.
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I was wondering why it was decided to put the Mi3 antenna mount on the side of the servo close to the front of the car, instead of on the side right next to where the receiver will sit? Seems like a long run for the antenna over/around the servo to get to the mount.

Just wondering if there was a specific reason it was designed that way. And if the team guys had experimented with a way to mount the antenna closer to the receiver.
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I was wondering why it was decided to put the Mi3 antenna mount on the side of the servo close to the front of the car, instead of on the side right next to where the receiver will sit? Seems like a long run for the antenna over/around the servo to get to the mount.

Just wondering if there was a specific reason it was designed that way. And if the team guys had experimented with a way to mount the antenna closer to the receiver.
They actually did that to allow extra room for the receiver since it's so tight. I'm not a fan of it either, but I run DSM so no problem I'm sure we can come up with a easy solution
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hey whats the part number for the oneway out drive? i believe its an early version as its one of the early e.c's any idea?
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hi does anyone know what bearings come with the mi3?
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Old 03-28-2007, 05:16 AM   #17895
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hey whats the part number for the oneway out drive? i believe its an early version as its one of the early e.c's any idea?
If its the version with the one way bearing in the outdrive then they dont sell them seperatly, i had the same problem when i wore out a bearing - had to buy a whole new one. If its the newer version with the oneway bearing in the pully then its U2845
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