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Old 07-12-2005, 07:46 PM   #1
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Does anyone know the exact part number for the MIP CVD kit for the losi xxxt matt francis 2? MIP's site is terrible, and only lists xxxt. I thought perhaps the length might be different. Thanks!
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https://www.ssl-stormerhobbies.com/c....pl?pn=MIP1201

Part Number: MIP1201

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Sean-Actually thats the OLD one's.I dont think they will make them for the MFE2 since no one wants them.No product demand means they wont get made.

Paul,Your right in the length of the bone being different....
Dont USE CVD's.They went to uni's for a reason.Pretty much all the team driver's used them on the XXXT MFE instead of CVD's.
The truck has plenty of forward bite and CVD's seem to bind up at times.
CVD's will give more forward bite and less side bite.
Keep the losi's and stay away from CVD's on the MFE2.
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Thanks Les,

I guess my only concern is that the rear drive train does not seem as smooth, and it has just the "slightest" clicking noise. We just put it together, and I need to double check everything. We've built trucks before, so we are not totally newbies.

I run a T3 and my son runs an MF1, now being replaced with this MF2.

I'll stick to the stock dogbones.

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I think the clicking noise that you are hearing is just some slight backlash of the dog-bone ears against the outdrives. It's nothing to be concerned about. It actually makes the Losi universals more "free" than CVD's...less bind.
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