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Old 08-25-2010, 08:20 PM   #16
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would be cool if you could get a few button head ti screws for the base rather than countersunk and maybe get some sparks flying when they scrap over bumps. don't know if this would even work but would look cool.
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you guys should try roche titanium screw...reasonable price and the hex hole is deeper thus will reduce the % of head stripping..
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Mugen. Very high quality. My MIP hex wrenches fit perfectly.

The set for the MTX-3 or MTX-4 can be used for other metric cars. Just be shure to keep using steel screws in critical high stress areas though.
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