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Old 11-17-2010, 06:30 PM
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Hey guys I recently acquired a M2C Racing rear toe block for my Mugen 6T. It cam with a roller i recently purchased (you da man Joe!) and I don't have any instructions for it.

I have no idea how the whole "dot" system works with this unit as I currently run a King Headz rear toe block on my current truggy.

Can anyone give me advice on how the whole dot system works ( ie squat and toe angles)?

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Old 11-17-2010, 06:59 PM
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The 1 dot hole is centered in the bushing.
2 dot hole is 1 degree off center
3 dots is 2 degree off center
white bushings are 1/4 off center.

The front anti squat 2 dot down will give you stock 2 degree antisquat, 3 dots down 1 degree, 1 dot will give you 3 degree, 2 dots up will be 4 degree antisquat.

The rear has 2 blocks,
1 dot using the 3 degree block will give you 3 degree toe.
2 dots to the outside using the 3 degree block is 4 degree
2dots rotated in will be 2 degree toe

1 dot using the 2.5 block will give 2.5
2 dot to the outside using 2.5 will give 3.5
2 dots in will be 1.5

He has some white bushings now for all the dots that are harder than the black and will last longer.
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The 1 dot hole is centered in the bushing.
2 dot hole is 1 degree off center
3 dots is 2 degree off center
white bushings are 1/4 off center.

The front anti squat 2 dot down will give you stock 2 degree antisquat, 3 dots down 1 degree, 1 dot will give you 3 degree, 2 dots up will be 4 degree antisquat.

The rear has 2 blocks,
1 dot using the 3 degree block will give you 3 degree toe.
2 dots to the outside using the 3 degree block is 4 degree
2dots rotated in will be 2 degree toe

1 dot using the 2.5 block will give 2.5
2 dot to the outside using 2.5 will give 3.5
2 dots in will be 1.5

He has some white bushings now for all the dots that are harder than the black and will last longer.
PNT thanks for the description. If my rear toe block has two white dots ( one in the 2.5 and 3.5 hole) does that mean I have 3.5 rear toe? and what about the squat?

Any chance I could get pictures (I am more of a visual learner)?

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Old 11-17-2010, 07:31 PM
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Originally Posted by hookem34 View Post
PNT thanks for the description. If my rear toe block has two white dots ( one in the 2.5 and 3.5 hole) does that mean I have 3.5 rear toe? and what about the squat?

Any chance I could get pictures (I am more of a visual learner)?

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The rear should have come with 2 different toe blocks, 1 plate goes from 1.5 to 2.5, the other plate goes from 3 degrees and up to 5 I think.

Heres is a picture of the 3.5 - 2.5 block. It is a Kyosho but the system is the same.


In answer to your question yes you would have 3.5 degree toe. I run 3 degree so I use the white .5 dot to the outside.
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Old 11-20-2010, 09:05 PM
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Man I am having a hard time seeing those dots, lol! I noticed the picture shows that on the left side your toe block says 1.5 toe block and the right says 2.5 toe block. how do you make the one you want?
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from what i'm seeing it says 1 dot is 2.5 and 2 dot is 3.5 not 1.5 and 2.5.

And the "dot" refers to which insert you use.
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I had one of those M2C toe blocks on my 6T and I gave up on it because I could not figure it out and I went back to stock which is very simple.
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So when you buy this brand new do you get an instruction manual? Is there one somebody could post?
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I also have one on my 6t and love it. It free'sthe rear of the truck up. And make getting the diff out much eaiser. I have mine set at 3 degree rear toe. I will check in a minute to see what dot is where
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i have to agree 100%, it frees it up especially if you run agressive rear toe. You don't have the arms pinched out. It really isn't that hard to figure out. You can always call Mitch at M2C for help because He is always dedicated to helping us racers and could not be any nicer of a person. The instructions I gave in my previous post is pretty much from his instruction sheet. Let me know if I can help.
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