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Old 07-05-2011, 09:10 AM   #2176
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Does anyone know how many teeth are on the H2202 rear pulley?

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Old 07-05-2011, 09:59 AM   #2177
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hi, just quick question looking for size of weight C.. wanted to adopt it to my nt1. Thanks!
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Old 07-05-2011, 10:15 AM   #2178
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H2202 rear pully 48t
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Old 07-05-2011, 05:36 PM   #2179
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I know from reading this thread regularly that many of you have had the same problem that I have with the front upright ball cup, that connects to the front upper arm by the 18mm tie rod, breaking on easy impacts or even simple taps on a wall from a wide turn. I also have read that Mugen or someone had an improved upper arm product at the Worlds in April, but I have yet to see anything offered for sale. This has been the only weak spot that I have found on the MRX5. Otherwise I have been very happy with the new design. So my question is, does anyone know of anywhere that you can order the "Ball Cup" as a part bag without ordering the whole arm package? I did find part #H0136 (MRX4R) and H0136B (MRX4X) front upper arm sets.

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Old 07-05-2011, 06:01 PM   #2180
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Someone uses the one from rx8- the rear upper link plastic ball cup, the package comes with a few pieces in a bag, but it needs to be sanded to fit.
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Someone uses the one from rx8- the rear upper link plastic ball cup, the package comes with a few pieces in a bag, but it needs to be sanded to fit.
Thanks for the input. I have access to XRAY parts and will take a look at them.
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I use the Shepherd ball cups:

Ball Joint 7mm, 4pcs (SMR-700704)
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nobody knows sizes of cylinder 20g weights?
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I know from reading this thread regularly that many of you have had the same problem that I have with the front upright ball cup, that connects to the front upper arm by the 18mm tie rod, breaking on easy impacts or even simple taps on a wall from a wide turn. I also have read that Mugen or someone had an improved upper arm product at the Worlds in April, but I have yet to see anything offered for sale. This has been the only weak spot that I have found on the MRX5. Otherwise I have been very happy with the new design. So my question is, does anyone know of anywhere that you can order the "Ball Cup" as a part bag without ordering the whole arm package? I did find part #H0136 (MRX4R) and H0136B (MRX4X) front upper arm sets.

Thanks in advance for your input,
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Use the shock ball cap and ball, but u have to shim the ball a little, but not too high.
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Attached are JJ Wang's setups from the 1/8 IFMAR Worlds and the Byron Onroad Challenge. Click on the images for a larger image.



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Are the J&S upper arms available to the public, and if so, where can we get 'em?
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Are the J&S upper arms available to the public, and if so, where can we get 'em?
contact Billy Bowerman up at SpeedWorld Raceway in Roseville,Ca. for J&S arms. That's where I got mine and I straight paaaaalowed the boards off the sweeper with no damage to the arms or aluminum rod ends at all. These arms are VERY strong.
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contact Billy Bowerman up at SpeedWorld Raceway in Roseville,Ca. for J&S arms. That's where I got mine and I straight paaaaalowed the boards off the sweeper with no damage to the arms or aluminum rod ends at all. These arms are VERY strong.
Thanks..will do. Should have my kit tomorrow
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nobody knows sizes of cylinder 20g weights?
Hello Roger,
its length is 22mm and its diremeter is 12mm


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Old 07-13-2011, 10:38 AM   #2190
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Thanks a million! Unfortunately they are too high for my NT1. Will have to figure something else, but thanks again!
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