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Old 09-27-2007, 01:33 PM   #91
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the "push" type of flyweights might give the Ninja engines more bottom punch.....

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Very good point indeed! Same as the Orion clutch upgrade.
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Old 09-27-2007, 07:36 PM   #92
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I won't buy that.

I still believe 4 clutch weights are the best and most reliable system than 3-shoe type.

The reason to change clutch weight & flywheel I think 3-shoe type are cheaper and simpler to produce.
one thing i noticed when shimo- kyosho driver who came to race, he used serpent 3pcs clutch with tailor made kyosho clutch bell.
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Old 09-28-2007, 06:30 PM   #93
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mrx4x available in the us middle of october
beware, it will be use by mugen team drivers at the worlds in argentina
in ten days!
good luck to the team at the worlds
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Old 09-28-2007, 08:00 PM   #94
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mrx4x available in the us middle of october
beware, it will be use by mugen team drivers at the worlds in argentina
in ten days!
good luck to the team at the worlds
Yea, good luck to mugen seiki team at the worlds !
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Old 09-30-2007, 05:10 PM   #95
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Was talking to the Australian distributor and he said they were expected this week here.
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Old 10-02-2007, 08:25 PM   #96
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guys what is the factory stock setting of ninja mr21-ro1 low end needle and the top main needle?
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Old 10-03-2007, 07:33 AM   #97
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guys what is the factory stock setting of ninja mr21-ro1 low end needle and the top main needle?
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I dont think they have factory setting. I have 2 x MR21R01A and both are difference. Just use your ears to listen when u first started.
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Old 10-03-2007, 07:34 AM   #98
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Can anyone confirm the body for –R will fit on –X with exact same position?
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Can anyone confirm the body for R will fit on X with exact same position?
Confirmed. The R and the X use the same body holes.
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Old 10-03-2007, 07:40 AM   #100
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Confirmed. The R and the X use the same body holes.
sohlman, Thank you
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Positive that request. Bodys are interchangable between R and X. X sits a bit higher in the rear, minor difference
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for all the people who tried the "x" , is it worth to convert or stay with the "r"...i've seen people who jump from r to x and the only car that i've seen run great is Chris V. and all the other car looks twitchy to me...feedback from those who drove it will be much appreciated by us mugen fans...thanks

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for all the people who tried the "x" , is it worth to convert or stay with the "r"...i've seen people who jump from r to x and the only car that i've seen run great is Chris V. and all the other car looks twitchy to me...feedback from those who drove it will be much appreciated by us mugen fans...thanks

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I have the X and it is better. You can make all the setups the same for the X that were on your R but now you have more tuning options that you did not have before. I think it is worth it.

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for all the people who tried the "x" , is it worth to convert or stay with the "r"...i've seen people who jump from r to x and the only car that i've seen run great is Chris V. and all the other car looks twitchy to me...feedback from those who drove it will be much appreciated by us mugen fans...thanks

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The X is good..People just need to work on their set-up for it. With all the adjustments on the car it should be comfortable for everyone to drive.
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for all the people who tried the "x" , is it worth to convert or stay with the "r"...i've seen people who jump from r to x and the only car that i've seen run great is Chris V. and all the other car looks twitchy to me...feedback from those who drove it will be much appreciated by us mugen fans...thanks

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First what do you drive? Second are you fast? Third would you know how to make the X work for you?and this list can go on and on. So before you make a statement like "it looks very twitchy"ask other people driving the X what they think about it. As for me the f^$king thing works GREAT
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