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Old 05-02-2007, 09:17 PM   #76
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Skiddins - The new Mi3 shocks are pretty fool proof. All 4 come out right every time.

After assembling the shock and making sure there is no air under the piston fill the shock until the oil it level with the top of the shock body. Place the kit bladder on the shock body and push it down. It will displace some oil. Carefull put the cap over the bladder and shock body and tighten it down. The shock will self bleed through the new side hoen on the cap and you are all set.

Kit standard the shock will have no rebound. If you want rebound place an o ring or two between the bladder and the cap or one of the foam dots from Much More or Tamiya. Right now we are running the car with no rebound and its working well but as with any new car there is still a lot of testing to do.

Big B - Note that we are not using the much more diaphrams (bladders)...just their o-rings. They make a set of foam dots that are used between the bladders and the shock caps to get varying degrees of rebound. This is a new item than we will be testing in the future.

The foam dots are p/n: MK-R07 Shock Pressure Seat Foam Set

Those are pretty cool
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here you go: http://www.much-more.co.jp/imgs/MK-P40.jpg

MuchMore MK-P30 (30 degrees)
MuchMore MK-P40 (40 degrees)

HTH
where can i get them (kannst mir sicher sagen wo ich die herbekomme...am besten wo es noch mehr gibt was man an kleinteilen brauchen kann)
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Old 05-03-2007, 05:27 AM   #78
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where can i get them (kannst mir sicher sagen wo ich die herbekomme...am besten wo es noch mehr gibt was man an kleinteilen brauchen kann)
maybe here:
http://www.racingfactory.fi/shop2/ca...ails.php?p=550
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Those are pretty cool
Thanks for turning us on to those Randy. They will be a useful tuning aid.
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Thanks for turning us on Randy.
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I was there when Weylin was buildn his new whip....

and I have to say good job to the schumacher guys.....great work

I love the slammed swaybars....pretty cool
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I was there when Weylin was buildn his new whip....

and I have to say good job to the schumacher guys.....great work

I love the slammed swaybars....pretty cool
Thanks Sean...He has called me like 3 times already, he can't get over how good his car is
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Thanks Sean...He has called me like 3 times already, he can't get over how good his car is
That means he might have to make another bet about that dress.
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That means he might have to make another bet about that dress.
LOL...Might even be able to spot Prince a lap
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LOL...Might even be able to spot Prince a lap


Sorry Clint, but that was good.
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(cough) douchebag (cough) lol
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As per Pw's request......
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I like the receiver on the battery side. Good idea. Are those Xray yellows in the rear or Tamiya?
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I like the receiver on the battery side. Good idea. Are those Xray yellows in the rear or Tamiya?
xray......
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