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Old 09-06-2007, 04:42 PM   #1
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i have a rtr xxxt will a mf2 trans work in place of it
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Old 09-06-2007, 05:38 PM   #2
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MF2 trans has a different design and the only was it would work is if you transfered over the whole MF2 rear end over.
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No, its a completely different rear pivot area.

You would need the MF pivot plate, block design, hinge pins, motor plate, gear cover, dogbones, as well as transmission.
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No, its a completely different rear pivot area.

You would need the MF pivot plate, block design, hinge pins, motor plate, gear cover, dogbones, as well as transmission.
what do you mean by rear pivot area? you have pm king
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the pivot block setup on it is completely different, the pivot block is the thing that holds the rear inner hinge pins and lets them rotate.
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the pivot block setup on it is completely different, the pivot block is the thing that holds the rear inner hinge pins and lets them rotate.
so basically the chassis from rear to front is the same.all i have to replace is everything from the hinge pins to the transmission,pivot blocks ,bottom plate and whole tranny with cvds? are the arms the same,and the rear shock tower?
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yeah the shock tower and rear arms are ok.
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yeah the shock tower and rear arms are ok.

so are the chassis' the exact same for a mf1 and mf2?
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mf1 is plastic
mf2 has graphite
a lot of people like the plastic one better
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mf1 is plastic
mf2 has graphite
a lot of people like the plastic one better
ok thanks for your help
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