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Old 02-08-2011, 09:02 PM   #1516
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Where is good place to get MRX5 parts? I know A main is carrying. who else?
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[QUOTE=ioxqq;8624031]Where is good place to get MRX5 parts? I know A main is carrying. who else?;-)
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Old 02-09-2011, 05:22 AM   #1518
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JJ Wang's MRX5 at the Winternats with Arrowmax option parts.
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Hey guys, are the rubber belts that are available the long life option??? Thanks.
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Old 02-09-2011, 05:42 AM   #1520
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Brooklyn Hobbies has full parts support an tech support for the mrx 5 .
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Old 02-09-2011, 05:45 AM   #1521
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Hey guys, are the rubber belts that are available the long life option??? Thanks.
Rubber belts are more for the performance option, don't recommend to use during long finals, for qualifying, nothing beats it.

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Rubber belts are more for the performance option, don't recommend to use during long finals, for qualifying, nothing beats it.

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So you just use the standard belts for finals?
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Old 02-09-2011, 05:59 AM   #1523
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So you just use the standard belts for finals?
Yes, from our past races (JJ's past races), its far more reliable to use the standard belts for finals, its just more durable, and doesn't strip as easily as the rubber belts.

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Yes, from our past races (JJ's past races), its far more reliable to use the standard belts for finals, its just more durable, and doesn't strip as easily as the rubber belts.

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Thanks very much for your help...
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Old 02-09-2011, 09:11 AM   #1525
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JJ Wang's MRX5 at the Winternats with Arrowmax option parts.
Have you noticed a difference in car's performance with arrowmax parts?
What is your solution for the loose side belt?
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JJ Wang's MRX5 at the Winternats with Arrowmax option parts.
Is that the one piece motor mount on there also?
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Old 02-09-2011, 03:28 PM   #1527
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Arrowmax is the only company that I know of promoting their products regularly, however no one can actually buy their stuff. Been on their websites and have sent several emails to them. I still have not receive a reply after weeks of trying Has anyone else made an order via their website and been successful?
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Arrowmax is the only company that I know of promoting their products regularly, however no one can actually buy their stuff. Been on their websites and have sent several emails to them. I still have not receive a reply after weeks of trying Has anyone else made an order via their website and been successful?
I think these guys have some of that stuff http://www.kamikazercracing.com/
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Arrowmax is the only company that I know of promoting their products regularly, however no one can actually buy their stuff. Been on their websites and have sent several emails to them. I still have not receive a reply after weeks of trying Has anyone else made an order via their website and been successful?
Really strange
I have no problems getting in touch with Ivy, at Freemaxmp.com
Ordered 2 times from them, about to place a 3rd order

They make some nice stuff
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Have you noticed a difference in car's performance with arrowmax parts?
What is your solution for the loose side belt?
JJ says the car drives a bit stiffer due to the one piece alloy radio plate mount, other option parts don't seem to affect car feel. JJ likes the arrowmax optioned MRX5.

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