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Old 06-23-2008, 03:55 AM   #4426
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can anyone tell me the exact lengts
of the jammin center driveshafts
pin to outerend of the shaft..fr/rr ..??
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can anyone tell me the exact lengts
of the jammin center driveshafts
pin to outerend of the shaft..fr/rr ..??
buggy or truggy?
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Old 06-23-2008, 06:06 AM   #4428
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buggy..
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Old 06-23-2008, 06:08 AM   #4429
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sorry i cant help you on that hopefully some one else can
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Old 06-23-2008, 01:32 PM   #4430
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Guys I am looking for info on which tools I need for my x1crt. I have all standard wrenches from my 8ight and know this car takes metric correct? Which sizes do I need? Sorry but I couldnt find a manual online anywhere. Thanks fellas
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1.5
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those would be the sizes to use
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Cool thanks a lot man.
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Old 06-27-2008, 09:57 PM   #4433
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ok who has the X2 in stock to ship right now, ok in 2 mins.
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I've set my car up using the Chad Bradely V2 setup. It said to use Grey Mugen springs. I called up Jammin, and they told me to go with the short springs. I ordered them through my lhs. Very happy that the handling was better. However, to get the dogbones level in the front, I have to screw down the shocks A LOT. Doesn't look right to me.

Is it possible I was told the wrong thing? Is there a different spring I should have gone with? Or is there something else?

I would hate the idea of spending $30 on springs ... direct from Jammins support center ... and find out that I was told wrong.

Can anyone help with what Mugen springs I should have?
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Old 07-06-2008, 06:33 PM   #4435
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Sounds like you got your hands on the really old short springs. I imagine they were talking about the springs that came out before the MBX5-R new long springs. Those are the ones I had on my buggy. I can't think of the part numbers off the top of my head though...
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Old 07-06-2008, 08:52 PM   #4436
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I have both sets. The longs are too long. The shorts are what you want. For the mbx5 not mbx5r

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go away mugen boy lol chad not this weekend but the one after it you need to come race with us ill let you wheel the bce crt
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Hi all

I think a lot what can i change in my Jammin to lose weight. Any sugestions?
And what breace do you use, plastic or alu?

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I think a lot what can i change in my Jammin to lose weight. Any sugestions?
And what breace do you use, plastic or alu?

Thank's

i say concentrate on the drivetrain get the lightweight outdrives and some new bearings and make sure its butter smooth other then that i think even with the more weight it doesnt affect the car that much. i always ran the aluminum braces in my buggy
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