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Old 08-05-2006, 01:48 PM   #1
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Old 02-28-2007, 07:10 PM   #2
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Wow, saw that this forum hasnt moved so I thought I'de help it out. Just ordered the new MBX5T Prospec. The Kurly-man is going back to playing in the dirt.........I should be up and running soon. I'll share any info I can and help anyone running this truck that I can. I know theres more of you out there, tell it like it is........Thanks again to Mike and all the boys! Kurt.
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Old 02-28-2007, 11:51 PM   #3
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man I wish it was that clean again hahahaha
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Old 03-02-2007, 04:47 PM   #4
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Well im grateful for this thread mainly for the 2nd photo in the original post, i've just finished building my ProSpec and was mounting the shell i'd done 2-3 weeks ago and I was wondering what the heck i was going to do about my bodyshell as i'd half-reemed the front posts then overlayed it and realised it was waaaay out of line, but then i wondered about the outline on the back and whether that was to be cut out, and as prolines website didnt have a pic at the right angle thats solved my problem

Im a Nitro n00b, had a H7 for a couple months but with no mates interested in trying nitro rallyx out i ended up dropping it, but they've now realised how much fun it can be so i doubt i'll be much use for help for the first few months anyway.
Pics tomorrow hopefully when its mounted and theres daylight outside.
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i just picked up a MBX5T,
I'm a nube at off road, will go for the Nova Rossi R21BF with a jp3 pipe or the 086.

i'm exhited. it's been a while (years)since ive been offroading.

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i just picked up a MBX5T,
I'm a nube at off road, will go for the Nova Rossi R21BF with a jp3 pipe or the 086.

i'm exhited. it's been a while (years)since ive been offroading.

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you wont regret it, awesome truggy.....beleive it or not, i just threw that orange body away hahaha
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Default Wow, what a kit!

Switched from Xray and I must say the Mugen kit isn't lacking in the quality department.

Excellent kit, but can't wait to drive it. Let's get something going on sharing setups, what works, what doesn't work.
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go to truggyracers.com they have many good setups for the mbx5t. also many other good articals for just truggys jeremy
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go to truggyracers.com they have many good setups for the mbx5t. also many other good articals for just truggys jeremy
Thanks Jeremy...good luck Sunday. We'll get it going soon - just not enough time.
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MBX5T TQ and WINS Pro Series race in OH. this week end, Corey Crosley TQ's and WINS the Midwest Pro Series.

CONGRATS ON YOUR BIG WIN!!!!!!!!
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Driving this thing is like cheating....

Here's a quick vid of me trying to push it as much as I could on a new layout...

http://youtube.com/watch?v=rkPZylV0hQ8


Photo Courtesy of Jason Boulanger

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