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Old 05-12-2008, 02:29 AM   #31
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The Absolutes are the high end more costly tire like the Sorex/Take Off

The Sweep tires were designed as a spec tire for large events or club racing cheaper long lasting tire.

The Sweeps will be used at the Worlds this year as a spec tire and also at the US on-road nationals. I like the Absolutes because they work ausome! But the Sweeps on carpet really work great, I have not tried them on asphalt yet.

I would say use the Sweeps they last longer and cost less, as a spec tire they are great. If you want that Sorex feel but better try the Absolutes more expensive but excllent performance.
In new zealand where im from muchmore sweeps are not as good as say the yokomo etc and sorex as we can't use the tire additives over here.

Bit of a pain in the backside as it sort of limits us to what tires we can use. But i have been fairly competitive on the muchmore 28's but at the moment i have to be careful in the first few laps as i dont have tire warmers atm and into our sweeper my touring car doesnt want to turn on cold tires lol.. so i really need to invest in some muchmore tire warmers.
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Old 05-12-2008, 08:55 AM   #32
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Your website doesn't show tires at all, only inserts under the "tires" section?
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We are working on gettin all products up on muchmoreusa.com we will get them added soon.
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I,ve just got a mucnmore diff tool.Is the little screw and nut thingy for fastening it to something?.thanks
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I,ve just got a mucnmore diff tool.Is the little screw and nut thingy for fastening it to something?.thanks
let me look at the picture we don't have that in-stock yet.
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Question for all you guys? What would you like to see in Brushless motor acessories from Muchmore?
Muchmore Brushless Motor Storage unit with spaces for tuning rotors, sensor wires and such.

Muchmore stylish digital mini temp gun. Everybody needs a temp gun in their pit for checking motor, esc and even track temps.

Not motor related but a temp controlled LIPO warming tray with heated lid to heat LIPO packs more evenly.
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Muchmore Brushless Motor Storage unit with spaces for tuning rotors, sensor wires and such.

Muchmore stylish digital mini temp gun. Everybody needs a temp gun in their pit for checking motor, esc and even track temps.

Not motor related but a temp controlled LIPO warming tray with heated lid to heat LIPO packs more evenly.

ShaunMac,

Thanks for the input I will pass it on.
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Old 05-12-2008, 01:32 PM   #38
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Ask MuchMore Korea about the long promised data cable / software for the CTX-D.
Will do! See if I can get you an answer soon.
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Gijoe,

Who are you? LOL Ray?
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I,ve just got a mucnmore diff tool.Is the little screw and nut thingy for fastening it to something?.thanks
Hi,

You can mount it to check your diff. like this:


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Thanks keith.

So you can pop the diff out drive over the T bolt thing to test the diff as well as using the slots.
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You can mount it to check your diff. like this:


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Whats this diff tool used for?? and how do you use it?
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Obviously, you pass the diff outdrives on the V and then you rotate the pulley to see whether it slips.
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Old 06-13-2008, 07:32 AM   #44
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I've just never seen one of these before
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Question for all you guys? What would you like to see in Brushless motor acessories from Muchmore?


Small, lightweight, ESCs that don't have a Much More price.
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