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Old 03-29-2006, 05:56 PM   #1
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Default Starter box setup help

Can anyone post a pic of their starter box peg setup for their 1/8 scale buggy? I'm trying to get mine set, an a nice pic would do wonders, since the instructions suck ass. Thanks in advance. I have an Ofna chrome top and Ultra MBX Comp buggy, electric start removed.
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i dont have pics, but i can explain. first take the engine out of the car. then align the car so the starterbox wheel will go thru the flywheel opening. next move the posts so it holds the car in that postion.
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