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Old 02-12-2007, 06:22 PM   #181
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Default New Track!! New Car?

Im Building a max 707r for the new local track in San Rafael. Marin RC Hobbies is about to open their track. This Car Sure Looks Good. Is there an issue with the steering bell?
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Old 03-10-2008, 05:55 AM   #182
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Default Internal Gear Ratio

Hi all,

I wonder if anyone here can help me, I'm trying to work out a gear ratio chart for this car (MX707 obviously! lol). I've seen on the side of the box "Gear Ratio = 8.08" but I'd like to be sure and find out what the diff and pully are to check. I've searched everywhere but to no avail and I don't really want to tear the car apart just to count how many teeth are on the diff and pully. If anyone out there has a quick answer for me I would really appreciate it.

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Old 03-12-2008, 05:59 PM   #183
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Questions?? Is this chassis still available

I was wondering if this chassis Max Racing MX-707R is still offered for sale. I only ask because a few years ago I raced a Tamiya 414M in the Tamiya Euro Cup, and after comming to the US switched to a Xray T1 chassis for the local races as the TCS series was not offered locally. I have wanted to revert back to the 414/T1 style chassis for a long time and would rather spend the money on new components, rather than buy something of Ebay and spend some more cash to replace worn parts. How is the part support, and is there a cross reference as to which Tamiya or Xray parts fit?

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Old 04-21-2013, 01:20 PM   #184
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Hi sorry to bump a old thread i have a mx707r i bought it brand new for 65 pounds im using it as a drift car very good one at that but ive broke my pulleys can some confirm a 404 metal pulleys fit and has one got any pictures of them fitted.
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Old 04-22-2013, 09:30 PM   #185
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I bought two of these New for $99 each last year with plans to run one in a VTA class. I don't know if the pulleys you mention are a direct fit or not, haven't even ran the car yet, the second was for spare parts! I would imagine though that there are parts from other kits that will interchange with this kit. I would also like to know what parts from other cars that will interchange with this kit. This forum has been silent for years. I know that some of the companies overseas as well as where I bought mine over here still have spare parts available though.
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