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Old 02-25-2007, 06:34 PM
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Lets talk about the Nitro MT2 here!
Well its my first car and I love it! What do you guys think about out?
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Old 02-26-2007, 10:34 AM
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I like mine as well. I think it is a fun truck. I really don't use it much but as soon as it gets warmer out I will be giving it a good bashing
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Old 02-26-2007, 09:03 PM
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nice pic. it looks real clean. yea i busted the throttle lever on mine so i ordered a new one and the high performance hpi air filter as well. i should be getting it tomorrow. anyone know a good method for cleaning these cars?
heres a pic of mine. all stock until i get my air filter.

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Old 02-27-2007, 07:47 AM
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Here's mine... If you really want to see a thread about this truck, look here:

http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_1505231/tm.htm
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PowayLAX1,
Invest in a few bottles of Nitro Clean. When I am done playing with my cars and trucks i give them a good blast and it gets all of the grime and dirt off.
Nice truck. I just put a few new goodies on my MT2. I'll snap some pics tonight.
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o0o ok ill get some. i got my air filter and throttle lever(my other one broke) but now im having problems adjusting my throttle servo.ahh i cant adjust it right, anyone know a thread or anything on how to adjust throttle servo?
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added some Yellow HPI Split 5 rims and ProLine BowTies

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siick. i just got a little over 200 bucks from my birthday and i want to know some typical hop-ups i should get for my car. any suggestions?
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get the 18ss engine and some new wheels and tires.

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added some Yellow HPI Split 5 rims and ProLine BowTies


Hi, would adding that rubber tubing to the exhaust stinger have any adverse effects on the performance of the car? And where can I get one of those?
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Originally Posted by razer123
Hi, would adding that rubber tubing to the exhaust stinger have any adverse effects on the performance of the car? And where can I get one of those?
the exhaust deflector has no adverse effects. it helps keep the body clean by having all the exhaust gunk hit the ground instead of the body and tires.
here is a link to the one i have...
http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXD635&P=M
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get the 18ss engine and some new wheels and tires.

yea i was thinking about that, but isnt it tricky to install the 18ss engine. like theres something wrong with the aligning of the holes in the chassis? and wouild i need mounts?
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all you need is the HPI engine mount.
http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXCLR3&P=M
and it is a drop-in replacement
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mine is for sale. check it out
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whats the biggest engine you can put into an mt2?
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