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Old 02-23-2005, 04:25 PM
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Originally posted by KilRuf
Actually Yokomo had that belt layout long before the 415... know your history dude.. The MR4 series came out around '98....

I'm glad Yokomo is offering a belt design once again.
got my mr4 b4 d tab chasi its the battle of belt again.

who or which kit dominate most?
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Old 02-23-2005, 04:26 PM
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Originally posted by Tekin
is this the new car?!
It also has 2 belts an has the same layout....

No, that is the MR-4TC Special
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I was just kidding m8! LOL
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Old 02-23-2005, 04:28 PM
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Originally posted by Tekin
is this the new car?!
It also has 2 belts an has the same layout....



(I just couldn't resist )
dude dats the mr4.
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I miss my MR4TC with dual deck Penguin graphite chassis. Was strikingly similar to the 415.
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Originally posted by Tekin
I was just kidding m8! LOL
i tot 4 a sec. its d nw kit.
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that looks like the MR-4TC
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Old 02-23-2005, 04:31 PM
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Originally posted by MDawson
I miss my MR4TC with dual deck Penguin graphite chassis. Was strikingly similar to the 415.
dont mention it anymre. bring back good old memories
nice abt that chasi its tweak free.. for my side.
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The mr4tc pretty much the first car with that layout. i actually hope the lay out is close the the mr4tc with the current sd worlds
suspension.
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Originally posted by jwf_frani
The mr4tc pretty much the first car with that layout. i actually hope the lay out is close the the mr4tc with the current sd worlds
suspension.
yeah with some modification on it.. hope not a copy cat frm other kits.
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Originally posted by MDawson
I miss my MR4TC with dual deck Penguin graphite chassis. Was strikingly similar to the 415.
I still have mine right here sitting on my shelf... Wonder how it compares to the newer cars?!
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Originally posted by eeyan
I still have mine right here sitting on my shelf... Wonder how it compares to the newer cars?!
That would be a dialed car for your vintage race

The only hard thing about that car was the lack of hardened rear pullies. After a while the pullies would have worn into sharp teeth and thus cut into the belt. Some cars still have that same problem.

Knowing what you know now about cars, it would be a fun test.
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I think it's funny that I had this use this cars rear diff (MR4TC) to build a front diff for my 415..

Yeah, I hope it's the same layout with SDW suspension. That would be killer. The SP was a nice car, but too much of a puzzle to put together and maintain. I also hope they make lower suspension blocks so some of us can use the car on carpet more effectively.
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Originally posted by Tekin
is this the new car?!
It also has 2 belts an has the same layout....



(I just couldn't resist )
Actually, lets try to picture this car, with a graphite upper and lower deck, aluminum bulkheads front and rear, SD suspension components and shock towers... that's just my guess, but what do I know...lol

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a yokomo ninja got me with a ninja star.. but i was able to run by a yokomo driver's pit..and take this picture. too bad its blurry!

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