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Old 02-20-2009, 01:43 PM   #1
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Old 02-20-2009, 03:24 PM   #2
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Another nice MLST Piece!
I have been vaguely tracking your MLST chassis designs.
Remember the one you made with the flames on it? I cut one of those out forever ago. lol

What laser do you use?
I have primarily used Mitsubishi's
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Old 02-20-2009, 05:47 PM   #3
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i learned on amada machines, never ran the mits, we had 2 of them but another dude ran those. i just picked up my servo saver horns so now i will get to test this out and see how it really works
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got it up and running yesterday, it works really well, a lot better than i had thought
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Sooo , why did you do this ? What does it add too the MLST2 ?
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i tell ya why, for me i get a lot of roll overs when i take tight turns bashing. it lowered the weight and the motor just above the center skid plate. so the center of gravity is a bit lower and my chassis is extended 1" over stock. currently making a wider base like the wide track kit. it should be much more enjoyable to drive when im done with those as well. i will get better pics and a little video hopefully when it stops raining. oh and get my front sway bar kit on, the rear one helped a lot
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got a few runs on it with front and rear sway bars on it and it handles much better than before. much less roll overs while bashing. this truck is getting funner to drive now. just need the larger lipo and i should be all set. next i will finish the wide track setup and see how that go as well
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