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Old 10-26-2012, 09:27 PM   #1
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Default Tekno V4 Conversion on Caster Racing EX1.5

Has anyone mounted up a Tekno V4 conversion like the one for the MBX6? if so, did it fit?
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Has anyone mounted up a Tekno V4 conversion like the one for the MBX6? if so, did it fit?
Not the same but I have seen an MBX6 built onto Caster's chassis.
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thanks, that actually may be even better info for a possible project I am looking at.
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I think there is a fairly high probability that the Caster stuff will fit on the Tekno chassis. I did not look over the conversion I mentioned very closely but I saw no unused holes in the chassis or obvious evidence of fitting (moving holes, etc).

FWIW, the MBX6 can be had used for cheap and they're usually in good condition. The thing wears like iron. I still have the 1st gen. MBX6 kit on my Tekno chassis. I'll be bored of it before it ever wears out.
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Thanks for in the info!
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