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Old 11-08-2007, 01:03 PM   #22951
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I will just get the Mi2 arms. Randy just adds to the list of people that thinks they are better
what is the part# for the mi2 arms ? r they better for outdoor ?
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U2765, they do require a hole to be drilled to fit the swaybar though

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JB, the bulkheads are set to be there tomorrow
Oh crap, I can't race tomorrow! You owe me BIGTIME on the next order No more UPS only USPS
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Old 11-08-2007, 02:15 PM   #22954
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USPS would have been until monday

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Old 11-08-2007, 02:24 PM   #22955
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Old 11-08-2007, 02:43 PM   #22956
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USPS would have been until monday
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Old 11-08-2007, 03:16 PM   #22957
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U2765, they do require a hole to be drilled to fit the swaybar though
I see they have added 2 more holes to the spur gear "much better I may add"
how can I get 2 more small screws for the 3rd and 4th hole?
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Old 11-08-2007, 03:30 PM   #22958
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I think mi2ec arms in between mi3 and mi3 Flex arms so they should give more over all Grip...
I saw some guys cut diff and oneway Pulleys size of the belt at oneside then glue the thin fence on that side Do you think thats a good Idea??
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I think mi2ec arms in between mi3 and mi3 Flex arms so they should give more over all Grip...
I saw some guys cut diff and oneway Pulleys size of the belt at oneside then glue the thin fence on that side Do you think thats a good Idea??
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I've seen that as well, I doubt it makes any difference.

It's best to remove rotating weight, but the pulley fences barely weigh 1g, in comparison to the wheels and tyres (about 28g each!) which are much larger as well, making them even harder to rotate, I bet it makes no difference at all.

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team Drivers has Lots of mods on their Cars and we don't even know what they are Lol
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pics of my diffs ...every little bit helps.
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team Drivers has Lots of mods on their Cars and we don't even know what they are Lol
I have handled and driven McGoo's car and I have not seen any mods at all. No one-off pieces, no fancy fences, just a well maintained, well designed, and well driven car. No offence yoke, I just didn't want people getting the idea that any of these "trick mods" were really necessary. If that floats someones boat though, more power to ya!!
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pretty sweet. How did you do it?


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when running 5 cell (using 5 cell chassis) would one go a step lighter in the spring department. or any other changes
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