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Old 11-30-2006, 10:19 AM   #511
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guys i need the stock setting for high end needle and low end needle for jp 21 or novarossi if their the same motor
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Old 11-30-2006, 07:25 PM   #512
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Hey guys, my brake linkage is rubbing up against my antenna tube. How do I remedy this. should I bend it, cut it or move to the inner hole on the brake? pics if you have? I got a car that was already assembled and I need som ideas. Cheers
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JP carb help.

http://www.jpracing.com/en/products/...arbu_fx21r.php
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HI,

I am running the toy for tots for fun this weekend. what is the set up for the mrx4? is the one from Mugen website pretty good? the tire size are big 69/76?

I am running for fun not too serious about winning. I am running at crystal park at compton. Thanks
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Hey guys, my brake linkage is rubbing up against my antenna tube. How do I remedy this. should I bend it, cut it or move to the inner hole on the brake? pics if you have? I got a car that was already assembled and I need som ideas. Cheers
Just grab the linkage and bend it slightly, then adjust your trims.
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Old 12-03-2006, 05:53 PM   #516
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I forgot, but the standard split to run on the 8ths is a 6 or 7mm split? I'll be upgrading slowly to the R specs, but was just wondering.
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I forgot, but the standard split to run on the 8ths is a 6 or 7mm split? I'll be upgrading slowly to the R specs, but was just wondering.
7mm split.
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Receiver battery pack: Anyone try using 6 cells AAA instead of standard 5cells AAA?
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Roger that Pooh, thanks. Hope to see ya again next year at Floyd and or BPT. I'll be gettin more into 8th and sedan as well. Already got my warm up motor and gonna save for a race motor.
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Roger that Pooh, thanks. Hope to see ya again next year at Floyd and or BPT. I'll be gettin more into 8th and sedan as well. Already got my warm up motor and gonna save for a race motor.
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Hey guys I'm converting over to the R and I was wondering what does adding the shims in front or behind the front axle do? I read back thru the forum but I still don't understand what it does.
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quietstrom, check out post #425 of this thread, the washers which come in the kit are to help curve the steering response.washers must also be installed under the steering links.
apparently its called the grub rate, i guess it works with the ackerman adjustment of your car, to provide slower or faster response.
depends on what your preference and driving style
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