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Old 06-10-2008, 05:10 AM   #1486
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Hey guys

A buddy of mine has a mrx-4r he needs to put up 4sale...Its a roller with tires, battery and a pipe. He drove it a hand full of times. He basically bought it because he wanted something fast and since we dont have a 1/8th scale track near us it got old fast.
How much can he get for something like that? Thanks for the help.
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Old 06-10-2008, 09:09 AM   #1487
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Used depending on condition is about half of a new one.
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do anybody sell alumium upper arm holder for the MRX4R?
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do anybody sell alumium upper arm holder for the MRX4R?
What for ? ...... imo, no need.

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Old 06-23-2008, 11:11 AM   #1490
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thanks .... i was just wondering because i see them serpent and kyosho
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do anybody sell alumium upper arm holder for the MRX4R?
IMO no hopups are needed. I don't run any on my car.
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What for ? ...... imo, no need.

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are the parts for the MTX and the MRX interchangeable? Reason I ask is these parts are listed under the MTX parts.
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IMO no hopups are needed. I don't run any on my car.
what body is the best to use? and where can i find the rear body screws?
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what body is the best to use? and where can i find the rear body screws?
Either the Central, or the R11 work the best on the Mugen.
Set the front body right at 12mm from the front bumper.
You can get the plastic screws from Frys electronics in the computer section.
I use these for the rear floating body mount, and also for the body stiffners.
A lot of drivers use pop rivets for the body supports, but I like the light weight plastic screws.
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ok cool , right now this my first 1/8th scale, kinda new to the onroad scene, but i have a shadow body is it ok?
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Has anyone else experienced losing a rear out drive bearing and the concentric adjuter? It's happened twice now. It gets rather expensive, considering it deforms the hole in the rear bulkhead, rendering it useless.....as well as ruining the rear belt.

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Old 06-24-2008, 01:18 PM   #1497
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ok cool , right now this my first 1/8th scale, kinda new to the onroad scene, but i have a shadow body is it ok?
The Shadow body has a Major push to it. I tried one, and took it off the car after about 5 laps, and have not used it sinse.
The Frisbee is not much better either.
For the Mugen, the Central, R11, or even the new Blitz <very close to the Central>
I bet I have only seen 3 to 4 Shadow bodies being used at all of the practices, and races I go to, which is every weekend.
If you were close enough to where I run, I would let you try the Central, R11, and the Blitz and compare them to the Shadow.
You can just "play" with the Shadow, but do yourself a favor, and dont try and dive into the corners with it, because you will wind up on the outside wall without a doubt.
I must have close to 60 bodies now, and they are all either the Central,or R11,with one Shadow, and one Frisbee.
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Either the Central, or the R11 work the best on the Mugen.
Set the front body right at 12mm from the front bumper.
You can get the plastic screws from Frys electronics in the computer section.
I use these for the rear floating body mount, and also for the body stiffners.
A lot of drivers use pop rivets for the body supports, but I like the light weight plastic screws.
about what size are the plastic screws?
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Has anyone else experienced losing a rear out drive bearing and the concentric adjuter? It's happened twice now. It gets rather expensive, considering it deforms the hole in the rear bulkhead, rendering it useless.....as well as ruining the rear belt.

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about what size are the plastic screws?
For the rear floating body mount, take the mount with you and you will be able to find the correct screw to thread into it. I dont remember the exact thread. They will fit tight, and should fit tight so they will not vibrate loose.
For the side stiffiners, they make many, many different sizes. I use a plastic scew that is about 1/8" x 1" long. The nuts for the screws are sold seperatly, so make sure you get the same threads. I have tried pop rivets, and to me they are a pain compared to these plastic screws
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