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Old 11-10-2010, 07:59 AM   #1
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Default Mugen mbx 6t Vs. Mugen mbx 6t M Spec

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I want to buy a Mugen Mbx 6 T Truggy kit But there are two kits in the market
Mugen Mbx 6 t and Mugen Mbx 6 t M Spec

Could you tel me whats the diferences between these two kits.

Which one do you offer? Thanks.

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They are the same kit. The M-spec come pre-built and the other kit you hve to assemble yourself. The M-spec might come with different tires also, but other than that, they are the same.
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They are the same kit. The M-spec come pre-built and the other kit you hve to assemble yourself. The M-spec might come with different tires also, but other than that, they are the same.
I would buy the kit that you have to assemble your self cuz you learn so much more about the vehicle when you build it yourself. I don't think either one comes with wheels and tires. Good luck with your choice.
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No wheels or tires with either.....
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There is a mugen mbx6t thread already available for all your questions.
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Old 11-10-2010, 04:58 PM   #6
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I have just bought (in transit) an M-Spec, the only difference as stated is that one is a kit (need to assemble) and one is pre assembled.
I guess the bonus with the kit is you may end up with some spare oil for diffs and shocks (dont know if remainded from bottles comes with M-Spec and you get the chance to learn how it goes together.
There are no wheels or tires included in either version.
Both do come with assembly manual.

I bought a set of diff shims with mine so if needed I can shim the diff (read in MBX6T thread this seems to be an issue)
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I ordered My Mugen I decided mbx6 t
it will be good for my experience
Thanks For Your answer and help
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