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Old 09-04-2003, 12:35 AM   #1
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i have a mbx4 rr, and i wanted to know whats the difference between the RR and the XR. can i convert the rr to xr? and if so where can i buy the converison? thank u
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Mugen makes a conversion kit. The XR places the engine more towards the back than near the center as the RR.

Hmm...I'm really forgetting a lot of things. There are more differences but the chassis layout is the biggest change.
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do u know where i can find this conversion! and what about these Fioroni diffs. whats the difference between the blue and the red one? and is there a english site i can buy them at! but most important about this conversion does it lower cg? where can i find it? than u
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