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Old 10-13-2008, 01:44 PM   #1981
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Anyone using that pressure line regulator? Just curious about how it helps performance.
The regulator takes some time to get tuned in, but it does help runtime without hurting the performance too much.
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Well today I put a good clutch clutch on the car with the oval restrictor and went to 17/49 21/47.After almost a full gallon I started tunning her up alittle.I am very impressed.Think I am going to end up running a 7mm restrictor for 5 minute runs.This motor has soo much torque.It pulls so hard down the straight it is almost too muchAfter I got her tuned up decent I was running some laps and slammed the throttle hard coming out of a turn just like I normally do and the car spun out.I tryed to get back on the throttle and it spun out again.Got the car back in the pits and to my amazement I broke another rear axle.I have never had this happen before till I put this motor in my car.I broke my first axle last week when I ran two hot tanks and completely snapped one today.I have never had that happen before or seen it before on a mrx.The right rear axle went first then today the left rear axle went.One was a gallon old and the other was the original.I also stripped my front belt and rear belt which ended my day.I guess I am going to have to loosen the clutch alittle and be alittle more careful with my throttle finger.I am amazed by the power this thing has now.Will definitely do more buisiness with you.Thanks for the grin.


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Old 10-13-2008, 04:17 PM   #1983
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The regulator takes some time to get tuned in, but it does help runtime without hurting the performance too much.
Do you have any advice on using the regulator? I tried it on my motor and a friend's motor and they would not run right with it. It doesn't come with any tips on use. It just says where to set it initially and tells you to go 2 turns richer on the top end needle. I'm not running it anymore but would like to when I need that extra mileage.

Plus, it's a kinda expensive paper-weight.
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Old 10-13-2008, 04:32 PM   #1984
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If you can't figure it out I wouldn't mind trying it out.
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Uriah Thanks for all the help @ the Sedan Nat's
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Uriah thanks for the hard work in the pits for the Masters A main Fuel sedan
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If you can't figure it out I wouldn't mind trying it out.
I'll be at 301 this weekend and Vorra the weekend after. You are more than welcome to give it a shot Sean. I'll be there with Kevin, Rick, and maybe Craig.
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Default New Capricorn Pricing

We are now able to offer a lower price on all of the Capricorn RC hopups.

http://www.murnanmodified.com/index....0fa794c89135e3
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Uriah, this new Capricorn main shaft for the RRR is lighter than the original?
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whats up URIAH good seeing you frank & big jeff at nats take care
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can someone tell me the benefits of using the Monolith Brake Disk for NT1 that's on the website? I'm thinking of replacing the NT1 brake pad & disk so I'm looking at the Kyosho V-One RRR pads but not sure which disk.
K factory make a nice set of after market pads and vented brake discs for the TM G4 and i think the RRR. They call them "real racing brake pads" because they have real cars brake pad material and are very strong, no fade and look sweet.
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i use the monlith brake disc and km factory brake pads for the mtx4 ...no brake fade watso ever....they also make them for the nt1
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i use the monlith brake disc and km factory brake pads for the mtx4 ...no brake fade watso ever....they also make them for the nt1
I will try the k-factory pads, I didn't know they had any for the NT1. I have the exceed disk which works really well but my stock pads are severely worn and I tried the Kyosho pads but they don't fit.
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im not sure i can post a linkof website but its not the k factory brake pads
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Uriah, this new Capricorn main shaft for the RRR is lighter than the original?
Way lighter than stock & very strong
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