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Old 11-05-2005, 07:39 AM   #16
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I just got the wheel adapter to put on my mf1 so my ad2 wheels could fit. the pin wholes dont line up. In the instruction it gives the part number for the rear axle to use (the mf2), my question is will it fit directly on the mf1. they are both yokes so that is good, or will I need to buy other parts to make it work.

Man I love that mf 1 a whole lot easier to drive then gas.

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Man I love that mf 1 a whole lot easier to drive then gas.

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Then you don't have enough motor in it . See ya at the track some this season Dave.
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Old 11-05-2005, 05:51 PM   #18
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LOL, I run a Surikarn 10x2 in my MF2 and it is still WAY easier to drive then the gas truck! Of course my gas truck has a new O.S. TZ rear exhaust turbo motor in it, bwahahaha!

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Of course my gas truck has a new O.S. TZ rear exhaust turbo motor in it

that's your problem right there.

OS has not made a good 12 off road motor since the cv-r. they aren't very driveable - to much top end and not enough low end.
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, this new engine has too much low end, too much mid range and excellent top end(easy to go down the straights!) LOL.

I am thinking of selling it for a CV-R, since it would be great for drag racing a neighbor down the street, but for racing it is overkill, imo.........Jim
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I would, anything more than 1 hp is too much in a truck
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that's your problem right there.

OS has not made a good 12 off road motor since the cv-r. they aren't very driveable - to much top end and not enough low end.
What's wrong with the CVRX?
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W.E.D. Jim, I am puzzled by something. I am getting just a little rub from the rear inner hinge pins on the out drive diff halves. I have gone over the assembly instructions several times, and I run two antisquat shims on both sides. Any ideas or is this just due to the close proximity of the fit?
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