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Old 08-13-2006, 03:21 PM   #46
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IM guessing youre asking if the tank fits the buggy so you could "cheat" on a local level.....very interesting...lol




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naaaah. just so i dont have to get off drivers stand and fill up as often when practicing
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Old 08-13-2006, 11:49 PM   #47
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I am having some problems with the rear dog bones. It seems like the rear arms are a little too long. The bones will not stay in the diff cups.

has anyone else had this problem?
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Swap the rear uprights...I don't know just why it is that all three of the first trucks at our track...or more directly all three of us who assembled them...put them on the wrong direction. That simple...LOL

My friend Jerry got one and I built it for him...that thing is REALLY nice. He had a Jammin' Pro before -- what a difference in fit and quality. He was always complaining about needing more steering...no more of that.
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cool im going to get one, i hope by the next race NCT race.
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o yeah im going to have to change my name. i cant be sporting that dang ST1 crapp any more.
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Old 08-14-2006, 02:18 PM   #51
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So can anybody confirm that the front uprights are different then the current revision of the MBX5 prospec uprights? did they change them AGAIn to get even MORE steering?

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They look the same to me, they changed the outer links to a dog-leg arrangement...but aside from that, not much is changed.
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The front and rear uprights are the same, as are the diff cases and entire center diff and radio tray assembly. Same axles but longer drive shafts.
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Anyone know of some stiffer springs that will work untill mugen comes out with their own? thanks
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Ok Im not but I was told this was a MBX5t prospec but I know its not.. is this a MSRx5T and if not does anyone know what it is???? just got it from a guy online and this is what he sent.. and this does have the MSR chassis and all of it bolts right up... need a couple parts to complete it though! .
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