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Old 09-28-2003, 01:12 AM   #1
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Hello, I just aquired an Ultra MBX buggy. It has the P4 engine in it, The buggy isnt in my hands yet, but I am going to by an OS RG engine for it and I need to know if it has a standard threaded crank or a SG crank with an integrated Pilot Shaft. thanks
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If the engine does? The RG can be bought either way and in that buggy either will work with the right parts. I would get the SG shaft engine.
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Both will work but the SG (Pilot) is preferred. Just use the appropriate clutch nut for the shaft.
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Old 09-28-2003, 10:07 AM   #4
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well, is that what this buggy has stock? an SG shaft? because if so then I will have everything I need, if not then I will have to buy the right stuff.. Thanks
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