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Old 01-31-2007, 01:52 AM   #17341
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they have an live inventory
and so if it goes into your cart it is in stock

i just got $330 worth of parts from the last week

i just hope youve left some for the rest of us
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Old 01-31-2007, 06:43 AM   #17342
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anyone know whos got a tir racing titanium Superlite Input Layshaft in stock?
for the msx mre.thanks
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Old 01-31-2007, 07:11 AM   #17343
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Anyone in need of a carpet setup? Heres mine..up here in canada we do ALOT of carpet racing so heres a refined setup i have used at vegas, cleveland, novak and magma races.

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x-ray 25lb spring
60wt w/ 2 hole piston
3rd hole down on shock tower
inner most hole on susp.(short arms)
4 degree caster
1.5 camber
longest front link with 3.75mm shims under inner link
D/D blocks with .5mm shim under both
.5 degree toe out
blue (kinked) swaybar
1mm droop
wheelbase: 6mm behind front arms
HPI pro4 knuckle/bearings with older tamiya axle(orig axle from 415MS)
PARMA magenta with glued edge

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x-ray 17.5lb spring
40wt w/3hole
3rd hole down on rear shock tower
inner most hole on susp. (short arm)
2 degree camber
0 degree rear hub
2.5 degree rear toe(3 when grip comes up)
camber link: inner hole on bulkhead and middle hole on hub w/ 1mm spacer under outer link and .5mm under inner
X/D blocks with .5mm shim under both
wheelbase: 6mm in front of rear arms
yellow swaybar
1.5mm droop
PARMA magenta unglued
Is this for stock or mod? Looks like mod - you're running way too much rear "toe-in" for stock.
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Old 01-31-2007, 03:14 PM   #17344
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yes the setup is for mod! i don't race stock ...however i do use this same setup for 19t.
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sorry if this question has been asked before, but by looking at the kit instructions for the MRE and the MSX, the drive belts have the same part number. there is not a part number for the belts on the MRE insert. can the low friction white belts be used on the MRE?

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yes the standard belts fit
and the white belts
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Old 01-31-2007, 10:23 PM   #17347
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sorry if this question has been asked before, but by looking at the kit instructions for the MRE and the MSX, the drive belts have the same part number. there is not a part number for the belts on the MRE insert. can the low friction white belts be used on the MRE?

thanks

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Yes, there is a part number for the MRE belts on the MRE instructions.

If you plan to run white belts, be sure to adjust the bearing holder much looser. White belts are shorter than MRE belts.
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sorry if this question has been asked before, but by looking at the kit instructions for the MRE and the MSX, the drive belts have the same part number. there is not a part number for the belts on the MRE insert. can the low friction white belts be used on the MRE?

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Old 02-01-2007, 12:21 AM   #17349
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im sure ive read on here that the belts have a slightly different pitch.but work all the same?
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Old 02-01-2007, 02:25 AM   #17350
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after running the MRE today i've noticed that my two rear tires wiggles a lot thought that i might have not tighten the wheel nuts but when i checked them they are tight checked the dogbones if bent but they are straight any of you guys encountered this problem
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Old 02-01-2007, 02:59 AM   #17351
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after running the MRE today i've noticed that my two rear tires wiggles a lot thought that i might have not tighten the wheel nuts but when i checked them they are tight checked the dogbones if bent but they are straight any of you guys encountered this problem
Your rear rims old or new?? Your rim maybe warped or out of shape that might be causing the wobble...
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Old 02-01-2007, 03:04 AM   #17352
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anyone know whos got a tir racing titanium Superlite Input Layshaft in stock?
for the msx mre.thanks any ideas????
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after running the MRE today i've noticed that my two rear tires wiggles a lot thought that i might have not tighten the wheel nuts but when i checked them they are tight checked the dogbones if bent but they are straight any of you guys encountered this problem
your wheel axles are bent. Make yourself a favour and buy the steel ones not the stupid lightweight ones...
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anyone know whos got a tir racing titanium Superlite Input Layshaft in stock?
for the msx mre.thanks any ideas????
A good advice, stick with the MRE layshaft.
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Old 02-01-2007, 03:25 AM   #17355
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thanks fab is tir not that good then? ive been eyeing up some worlds edition driveshafts too.now whats your thoughts on those?thanks
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