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Old 10-02-2008, 05:53 PM   #76
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Those shocks look well um...AWESOME! i cant wait to see that thing in action Jake, and i cant wait till i get my build on with my Mugen MBX6 here soon!!!!! lol
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Old 10-02-2008, 06:35 PM   #77
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Jesse, have fun working on sunday while we rip it up in S.B.
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Old 10-02-2008, 09:11 PM   #78
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LOL rub it in a bit more there Delarge lol
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Old 10-02-2008, 10:14 PM   #79
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damit....gonna to save up for the kit

anyone can place SP2 , MP9 side by side to see amazing different?
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Old 10-03-2008, 01:10 PM   #80
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Jake - Pay special attention to the throttle linkage and the body. Its possible it may hang up and hold itself open on the body. Just a FYI..

Also for those building the kit pay ALLOT of attention to the tuning manual.

When running the lower arms at 9 degrees versus 11 you have have to run a specific bushing in the tower. Its all in the details. Also pay close attention to the rear toe bushings. Running High or Low rear roll center changes the anti-squat potential and changes what bushings need to be used.

Like I said just some FYI for those who are building the new kit.

The mudguards do a really good job of keeping the car cleaner under the body.
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Old 10-03-2008, 02:14 PM   #81
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Jake.....did you use the base set up? If not what set up did you go off of?

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I used Cody's:

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Old 10-04-2008, 09:33 AM   #83
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Jake....are you going to test this weekend..?
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Jesse, have fun working on sunday while we rip it up in S.B.

Working on Sunday, WOW Must be BUSY

Just call in sick. HA HA
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Peter, of course he will be there, You should come, it will be a blast.
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Working on Sunday, WOW Must be BUSY

Just call in sick. HA HA
Wish i could man....wish i could lol especially considering i got everything done and ready to rip!
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Wish i could man....wish i could lol especially considering i got everything done and ready to rip!
If you went it would be without a doubt awesome. But you wont be going so I dont hardly want to even go, I mean how much fun can I have with Jake and all those other wierd fools, I want to kick it with Sergeant Martinez not Troopmaster Malkin. Oh well I guess I will just have to chill with big boy, mena, and the troopmaster. Hopefully you can get at least one weekend off work sometime in the next couple months and we can all rip.
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Troop master? LOL i thought we are calling him General Malkin?

i know man, would be cool for all of us to check each ride and so on...If i could have gotten off of work, i would have....but its impossible right now. I havent seen dirt in like 2 weeks man, but i sure will either tuesday or the weekend coming up for sure...no way in hell will i wait any longer LMAO
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Troop Master? Sounds like hes leading a group of beagle scouts.

Now Gunnery Sargent Malkin thats more like it.

Gunny Malkin in action.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8Nf1MK7lts
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Just an FYI, unless you are running an IFMAR event, don't worry about the rear wheel hex note. ROAR and all the club race tech in the US will pass with the stock wheel hex. For IFMAR the car is 2mm too wide in the rear.
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