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Old 10-30-2005, 07:28 PM   #11011
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Al did you switch cars again ? LOL! What happened to the RDX ?
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Old 10-30-2005, 10:07 PM   #11012
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Anyone know where I can get a ms kit?? Or where they some limited production?
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Old 10-30-2005, 10:29 PM   #11013
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Anyone know where I can get a ms kit?? Or where they some limited production?

Can look up speedtech.com or could try emailing raindow10.co.jp(Go to the website for email.)

But if you're planning on getting the MS kit.Why not wait till Dec for the MSX refine2 kit to come out. The MSX refine 2 kit is an upgrade kit from the MS.
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Old 10-31-2005, 12:44 AM   #11014
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Yes as the MSX is just around the corner maybe it΄s better waiting for this than buying a MS now. Beside the MSX bulkheads and things also some other goodies like the aluminium rear diff are included.
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Got my twin cool can fan setup this morning for my MSX, its a great fit as always and is well worth buying.
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Old 10-31-2005, 04:49 AM   #11016
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Great. On the website they say its not available. They don't have any photos either, so could we get a photo at all to see? Very curious...
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Got my twin cool can fan setup this morning for my MSX, its a great fit as always and is well worth buying.
Can you please post a picture of it? Thanks!
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where can I find a blank setting sheet for the msx......anyone have a msx sheet for 19t carpet rubber ? thanks
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Old 10-31-2005, 11:14 AM   #11020
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Tryhard has made a blank MSX setupsheet.
http://www.thard.co.uk/rc/TRF415/set...t%28MSX%29.jpg
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where can I find a blank setting sheet for the msx......anyone have a msx sheet for 19t carpet rubber ? thanks
What surface ? I've got that for the std 415 with LW suspension on carpet, it should be a good base for anyone using the MSX if you make sure you raise the roll centres in case you're using the 2.5mm chassis (since i'm using the 3mm one).
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Old 10-31-2005, 06:08 PM   #11022
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hi i got a ms second hand, so i am not sure if i am missing a few parts....

was wondering...

1. how do i hold down the battery? do u just use tape? is there a hop-up battery holder?

2. how do i hold down the recever and esc? is there a bracket or just use double sided tape?


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1) tape

2) double-sided tape

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Yes, you have to use tape and yes you have to use double sided tape.

For a battery bar though, you can get the FK04 XRay Battery strap or the Schumacher strap and countersink the holes in the tape slots to facilitate the screws. Look back through this thread for pics.
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I like HPI pinons...

And how many turn is your 540 motor?If you're talking about the silver can ones,then maybe you could gear something like 102Spur(Comes with the car) and a 40 - 43 Pinon...Try it out...If it feels sluggish out of corner and you feel the long straight has fast enough speed,you might want to use a smaller pinon to give it some punch.And vice versa...

hi so with the standard 102spur, do i buy gears with 48pitch or 64pitch?
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