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Old 03-30-2009, 12:45 PM   #796
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Got something to share after some research on belts.

Various RC belts and number of teeth for cross use / reference. I hope my work can be use for all of us.

BELT(T)........NT1........MTX4.......MTX3.......V1 RRR.......MRX4.......M3........G4S
FRONT..........62T........63T..........67T........ .63T............67T..........69T.......70T
MIDDLE. ......132T......129T.......125T........128T....... ...144T........140T......126T
REAR............59T........59T.........64T........ ..60T............67T..........67T........64T

Most RC belts are 3mm pitch belt.
The length of RC belts = total # teeth X 3mm

Examples : Evolva M3 middle belt is coded S3M420, S3M means 3mm pitch, 420 means 420 / 3 = 140 teeth.

Notes : Evolva M3 and MOTONICA P8 have same number of teeth.
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Hey I got a rolling chassis (w/ parts) for sell with some of the normal mods $350 obo plus shipping only to the 48 states
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Old 03-30-2009, 02:07 PM   #798
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Old 03-30-2009, 07:25 PM   #799
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Please take your time with the break-in. Pre-heat. Be gental. If it starts eating glow plugs replace the bearings and rod...
Out side of that get ready to KICKA@@
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Old 03-31-2009, 08:04 AM   #800
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anyone? i dont want to order a lipo and shim gas tank, or doesnt fit, id like something around 1600, i saw venom makes one, just dont know about fit
much more also makes one that fits and that tower hobbies sells

and at amainhobbies theres one from protek

the cheapest is intellect batt 2200mah lipo from rcmushroom

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Old 03-31-2009, 10:26 AM   #801
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Hey I got a rolling chassis (w/ parts) for sell with some of the normal mods $350 obo plus shipping only to the 48 states
Sad to see it Jon.......
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Old 03-31-2009, 10:39 AM   #802
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I know but its good timing
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Old 03-31-2009, 10:42 AM   #803
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I know but its good timing
Just kidding with you
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Old 03-31-2009, 02:19 PM   #804
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Hey Ron , hope all is well with you and yours, question bro ? will the MRX4-R both front and rear shocks work on the MRX4X ?
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Hey Ron , hope all is well with you and yours, question bro ? will the MRX4-R both front and rear shocks work on the MRX4X ?
Fronts are the same. The R uses a longer rear shock body. All you would need is the shorter body (same as the front) and I think the lower spring retainer might be different, not sure about that one though.
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- long rear shocks
- long upper rear wishbones (very close to the bulkhead)
- "old style" chassisplate looking to the battery mount.

All things making it a "R"
ok,

i have a 'R' chassis, with 'X' parts, is that ok? also is there a reaL big difference besides, a little more rigid chassis? thanx, meaning did they move motor around etc....
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Old 04-03-2009, 05:13 PM   #808
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Hi there

I am looking for Jaco Prism wheels. Does anybody know if they have already changed the mold of the rim? Last autumn, there were reports of wheels coming loose during the run...

Additionally, I am looking for a shop that has them in stock and ship international.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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YES..BROOKLYN HOBBIES DEFINATLLY HAS THE UPDATED JACO RIMS IN STOCK,VERY CHEAP AS WELL CALL RICHIE,HE'LL HOOK U UP
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ok,

i have a 'R' chassis, with 'X' parts, is that ok? also is there a reaL big difference besides, a little more rigid chassis? thanx, meaning did they move motor around etc....
The only real difference is the way the receiver pack mounts.
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Got something to share after some research on belts.

Various RC belts and number of teeth for cross use / reference. I hope my work can be use for all of us.

BELT(T)........NT1........MTX4.......MTX3.......V1 RRR.......MRX4.......M3........G4S
FRONT..........62T........63T..........67T........ .63T............67T..........69T.......70T
MIDDLE. ......132T......129T.......125T........128T....... ...144T........140T......126T
REAR............59T........59T.........64T........ ..60T............67T..........67T........64T

Most RC belts are 3mm pitch belt.
The length of RC belts = total # teeth X 3mm

Examples : Evolva M3 middle belt is coded S3M420, S3M means 3mm pitch, 420 means 420 / 3 = 140 teeth.

Notes : Evolva M3 and MOTONICA P8 have same number of teeth.
asw7576 that's great info!brabo!
i want to ask you something.
1 teeth difference is big?from the rear as example.i have a rrr and i want to know if i can put someone else from mugen orr nt1 if my local shop is out of stock.
thanks!
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