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Old 05-17-2006, 03:14 AM   #1
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Iam intersted in buying a mugen myx-4 and about the engine starter do actually need one or can just use a normal pull starter. thanks
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Old 05-17-2006, 03:16 AM   #2
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I think you gotto get a starter box.
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thnx for the quick reply that sucks starter boxes are expensive
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thnx for the quick reply that sucks starter boxes are expensive
they can be but when you get one you will never want to get another pullstart motor again.
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Check out Team Magic, they came out with a small & cheap starter box made of plastic.
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I had a Serpent 710 before my MTX4 and I still use the same starter box.

Just changed the plastics and adapted to fit.
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Check out Team Magic, they came out with a small & cheap starter box made of plastic.
if you mean the x5 starter, i've had one for a while and it's great and cheaper
than some others and a great carry bag is available for it too
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you cant put a pullstart engine on the MTX-4 anyway, so there is no option but to get a box
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I paid the extra for the Mugen on-road starter box..... and it was well worth it.
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The mugen box is one of the best starter boxes on the market light with plenty of power to turn over any .12 or .21 motor out there.
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