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Old 02-11-2007, 02:56 PM   #766
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where do people get kawahara options for their MRX-4? i cant seem to find them anywhere and Mugenracing only has a few of the items. thanks in advance.
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Old 02-11-2007, 03:40 PM   #767
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www.pro-s-futaba.co.jp, it is one of the best and reliable sources.
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Old 02-11-2007, 03:46 PM   #768
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thank you.
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Old 02-11-2007, 04:07 PM   #769
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Hi ppl.
I am a seasoned nitro tourer racer from a Australia.
I have just bought a MRX-4 kit, ,my first 1/8 scale
Just a few questions
1. If money was no object what throttle and steering servo is the best. I have a preference for Airtronics/Sanwa servos.
2.Any hop ups needed?

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Old 02-11-2007, 06:38 PM   #770
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Either JR, Futaba or Airtronics are all really good servos, for about a buck a piece. You really do not need to hop up anything, aluminium parts make it easier for your car to break because they do not flex and the pullies sharpen after a while, lessens your belt life. bone stock is very good, although a good engine, clutch set up and a trigger finger helps .02
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Old 02-11-2007, 06:57 PM   #771
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Hi ppl.
I am a seasoned nitro tourer racer from a Australia.
I have just bought a MRX-4 kit, ,my first 1/8 scale
Just a few questions
1. If money was no object what throttle and steering servo is the best. I have a preference for Airtronics/Sanwa servos.
2.Any hop ups needed?

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KO servos. If it's an R, like gas huffer said, no need to upgrade.
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Old 02-11-2007, 07:03 PM   #772
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Anyone know where's the cheapest place to order the Acer Racing bearings for the car? I'm going to start rebuilding the car early. Who knows if warm weather will show up early as I can't wait to let loose my onroads.
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Anyone know where's the cheapest place to order the Acer Racing bearings for the car? I'm going to start rebuilding the car early. Who knows if warm weather will show up early as I can't wait to let loose my onroads.
Hey Bert, I ordered them directly from Acer. $90 shipped is a bargin for these bearings.
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I second that notion. I have them, can you say, butter
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Old 02-11-2007, 07:32 PM   #775
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Give me a call. I have the body you gave in at the TFT race painted.
Should I just bring it to Vegas?

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Old 02-11-2007, 08:20 PM   #776
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can some one give the best model no airtronics servos
for steering and throttle.
Thats what I was asking before.
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can some one give the best model no airtronics servos
for steering and throttle.
Thats what I was asking before.
Thanks
I use the 94357 for steering duties, and the 94358 for throttle/brake. They're not digital, but they're fast, torquey, and reliable.
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Hi ppl.
I am a seasoned nitro tourer racer from a Australia.
I have just bought a MRX-4 kit, ,my first 1/8 scale
Just a few questions
1. If money was no object what throttle and steering servo is the best. I have a preference for Airtronics/Sanwa servos.
2.Any hop ups needed?

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I use the 94357 for steering duties, and the 94358 for throttle/brake. They're not digital, but they're fast, torquey, and reliable.
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Anyone have the part number for the body stabalizer screws for the rear?
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