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Old 08-22-2004, 07:28 PM   #6916
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Congratulations to my Fusion Power teammate and Team Schumacher driver Furman Walker for putting his Fusion Powered Schumacher MI2 in the A-main at the Full Throttle Race(home of the Worlds) against some of the best drives in the world!!!

Congrats Furman for that awesome run and P-dizzzzzzub with a number 3 qualifying spot!! YAYOO!!!!

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Does anyone here know what the different chassis selections are for the Mi2.

If so ones that r avalible.
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Old 08-22-2004, 10:23 PM   #6918
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Does anyone here know what the different chassis selections are for the Mi2.

If so ones that r avalible.
You have the stock 2mm one that comes in the kit. Then there's the new Teemu 2.5mm chassis...and then there's the P-Dub 3mm chassis All of these are on the market forsale as far as I know. The stock chassis is the only one that allows you to play around with different battery positions. The other two chassis have fixed battery positions.
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I know you guys prbably discussed this, but I just got a Mi2 and set it up. I noticed the front stearing binds toward the ends. The instructions say pre tap them, which I did, but it still stuck. I added a shim to the top and bottom of the "c," and it seems to be mostly gone, but it made the screws feel really lose and I feel, they might back out and get lost. Anyone have a suggestion?
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The knuckles will bind if the kinpin screws are not in perfectly straight. If you have problems with the screws backing out, just put a small drop of CA in the hole to keep them in place.
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hey guys/girls i just wanted to know or answer me if the mi2 has threaded shocks . cause of those pics on these thread i could see that it doesnt ? want to know , thinking of buying an MI2 .. Thanks
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Yes, the car does have threaded shocks.
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Yes, the MI2 does have threaded shocks
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Sorry just posted after you did

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Troy Schafer's Mi2 gettin' its Bling On! Troy was testing a new Hot Works wheel material that wont crack. They passed all tests so soon you will be able to put your race car up on Dubs!
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Those are sweeeeeet!!

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gotta get the Sprewell's for the MI2...
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I know you guys prbably discussed this, but I just got a Mi2 and set it up. I noticed the front stearing binds toward the ends. The instructions say pre tap them, which I did, but it still stuck. I added a shim to the top and bottom of the "c," and it seems to be mostly gone, but it made the screws feel really lose and I feel, they might back out and get lost. Anyone have a suggestion?
They now do alloy hubs, the upper and lower pivot screws are now held in place with a grub screw, so I quess this will get rid of any binding. Dont know how or if they change the handling of the car or how much they cost.

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