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Old 10-04-2009, 10:58 AM   #1
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For those of you that have one, what do you think of the box set-up? I have never seen an amazing out of box set-up except when I saw my buddy drop his rtr 8t 2.0 on the track, I couldnt believe how nice the set-up was. Since I am in the market for a buggy thought I would do some research.
Also, what are the difrences between the MBX6 and the M-Spec? I dont mind building a kit, I actually enjoy that part of the hobby, but not having enough time to sit there and do it, I dont like.
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set-up to me was kinda agressive, I had to lower the center diff and raise the rear diff fluids, other than that its great, its the same exact car(components) you would get in the regular kit, its not an el-cheapo quality version. I had a couple issues with mine but nothing major, just a hint.......... go through and lock-tite every screw you can including the cvd set screws and put some grease on the ring and pinions........ other than that...... drive it..
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The only difference I know of is that the M-Spec is Mugens "Race Roller 80% pre built" same exact car just as a roller and not a kit.
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I checked all the screws on my m-spec and I didnt see any locktite anywhere. Same with any grease on the diffs. I haven't got to drive mine yet so I can't comment on how the buggy performs. Althought the suspension seems kinda stiff to me. I kinda wish now that I just got kit version.
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