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Old 05-04-2010, 04:52 PM   #1
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Mugen MBX6T M-Spec 1/8 Scale Off-Road Competition Race Roller Truggy

Hitec HS-7955TG Ultra Torque Titanium Gear Digital Servo

Airtronics M11X FHSS-3 2.4Ghz Radio System

Werks Racing Team Line B5 .21 Off-Road Competition Buggy Engine w/2010 Carburetor (Turbo Plug)
Werks Racing 2057 One Piece Tuned Pipe w/Smooth Flow Manifold

O'Donnell #97T 1/8 Off-Road Medium Turbo Glow Plug

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does the werks b5 include the intructions ? for break in etc
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it looks like you have everything accept the tires.
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I assume you ordered 2 servos? Also don't forget a receiver pack and some loc-tite in case you don't have them already.
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Mugen MBX6T M-Spec 1/8 Scale Off-Road Competition Race Roller Truggy

Hitec HS-7955TG Ultra Torque Titanium Gear Digital Servo

Airtronics M11X FHSS-3 2.4Ghz Radio System

Werks Racing Team Line B5 .21 Off-Road Competition Buggy Engine w/2010 Carburetor (Turbo Plug)
Werks Racing 2057 One Piece Tuned Pipe w/Smooth Flow Manifold

O'Donnell #97T 1/8 Off-Road Medium Turbo Glow Plug

Hobbico Hot-Shot 2 Standard

OFNA Truggy Starter Starter Box

lets see. Assuming you have 2 servos and i have no idea what a hobico hot shot is i would say:

glow ignitor with charger, reciever battery and transmitter batter, charger, fuel, wrenches, air filter oil, after run oil, nitro blast/brake cleaner, shock oil, diff oil, screw set, tunning screw driver, wheel and glo plug wrench, thread lock, heat gun, temp gun, fuel bottle, grease, needle nose pliers, channel locks.


you will definitley need some good tools and some extra screws.
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it looks like you have everything accept the tires.
I thought the Mspec came with the tires?
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my bad. the mspec comes with a glo plug and wheel/flywheel wrench.

and tires.
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lets see. Assuming you have 2 servos and i have no idea what a hobico hot shot is i would say:

glow ignitor with charger, reciever battery and transmitter batter, charger, fuel, wrenches, air filter oil, after run oil, nitro blast/brake cleaner, shock oil, diff oil, screw set, tunning screw driver, wheel and glo plug wrench, thread lock, heat gun, temp gun, fuel bottle, grease, needle nose pliers, channel locks.


you will definitley need some good tools and some extra screws.
I already have tools from my other hobbies, I have pretty much any tool you can imagine. hot shot is a glow igniter, m11x comes with a TX battery and I'm looking in to a RX battery.

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Personally I would go with the 2013 pipe on the B5 for a truggy. Other than that I like your choices.

LOL dreaux, the Hotshot is a glow ignitor
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I already have tools from my other hobbies, I have pretty much any tool you can imagine. hot shot is a glow igniter, m11x comes with a TX battery and I'm looking in to a RX battery.

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pretty much good to go. Just make sure you get some air fliter oil and after run oil

don't forget zip ties and throttle return bands!!
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Personally I would go with the 2013 pipe on the B5 for a truggy. Other than that I like your choices.

LOL dreaux, the Hotshot is a glow ignitor
thought it was a tire or battery or something. Bug spray?
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Personally I would go with the 2013 pipe on the B5 for a truggy. Other than that I like your choices.

LOL dreaux, the Hotshot is a glow ignitor
Ugh, I got the pipes mixed up, and I already ordered it all. how much of a difference is it? Big enough that I should forgo my impatience and order the 2013?

Guess I should have asked first eh, that's what I get.
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does the werks b5 include the intructions ? for the break in etc?
cause when i read the, specs of it it said there wasnt any . and is a turbo head engine harder to tune more finky to tune?

i know the mugen came with, wheels i dint know if it came with tires.
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does the werks b5 include the intructions ? for the break in etc?
cause when i read the, specs of it it said there wasnt any . and is a turbo head engine harder to tune more finky to tune?

i know the mugen came with, wheels i dint know if it came with tires.
Great engine. Full RC-Tech thread is here, http://www.rctech.net/forum/nitro-of...ngine-208.html

Break-in steps are on page 3.
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Great engine. Full RC-Tech thread is here, http://www.rctech.net/forum/nitro-of...ngine-208.html

Break-in steps are on page 3.

ok thanks im looking for a new engine, and was takeing a look at the werks engine i never tuned a turbo head though.
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