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Old 05-30-2006, 07:47 AM   #76
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Anyone aware of a rear body mount that two sets of holes for the arms to mount it? If so what is the part number
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Old 05-30-2006, 10:23 AM   #77
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Yes, the rear body mount for the MRX4R, it has two sets of mounting holes, inner holes for the short, outer for the long.
the part #HO466A , or.... #HO466 is the number for the mount and all the hardware to install it.
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Old 05-30-2006, 01:53 PM   #78
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Yes, the rear body mount for the MRX4R, it has two sets of mounting holes, inner holes for the short, outer for the long.
the part #HO466A , or.... #HO466 is the number for the mount and all the hardware to install it.
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What about ninja engine?
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Old 06-01-2006, 09:49 AM   #79
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This may seem like a newbie question but I am new to the Mugen! How tight should the servo save be set? Or how far up the shaft should the spring collar be set? Thanks guys.
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This may seem like a newbie question but I am new to the Mugen! How tight should the servo save be set? Or how far up the shaft should the spring collar be set? Thanks guys.
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Hi John,

I screw my car's Servo Saver Collar about 0.5 mm from the flat part of the collar to the chassis. I don't necessarily measure it to be exact but the idea is to have the collar clear enough not to rub and ofcourse swivel as free as possible.

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Old 06-01-2006, 11:07 AM   #81
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Thanks. That's about where I have it...just wanted to be sure.
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Old 06-04-2006, 01:17 AM   #82
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what about price, is it close to the 35plus price tag??
from what i have seen this year, the 35plus21 will be the motor to beat, there may be some that are a little faster, but nothing that runs as cool and has so much power, well, except for my C5,lol
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Hey guys i wanna know whats the deff. bet. stock chasis & the option one?
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The optional chassis is stiffer...less cut outs on the bottom.
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What about ninja engine?
I ran 1 TQ Mod Ninja (Qual) & a Stock Ninja (Main) at the
Texas Biggie a week ago. Both were very fast. In the A-Main
I was able to see the Stock Ninja Engine's perfomance over
the entire 1 hour main. There was every brand out there
running with me .. Hot Mod 21+3, Max MF, FX03 & a Murnan.
I can say that the Engine was definately fast and that there
was no other engine that showed any signs of checking out
on the Ninja, it could hang with all of them! No fuel issues
.... mileage wasn't a problem!
It / I finished 2nd in the A with it ...... very reliable!
If you can get a Ninja ..... GET ONE! Easy to tune as well.
We also did a test the week before the Biggie with a Hot Mod &
an FX03 ......... at times the Ninja felt faster .... the power
seems to be more linear .... smooth through the range, it
does not feel like NovaRossi based engine.

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Thanks Terry, im gonna look into it.
im also breaking in one of my new LC21GT's, this is the world champ motor used by collari in the worlds, it really screams, but im not to fond of the three needle carb(spray bar), does anyone recommend a decent carb for this motor??
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Can anyone tell me the ratings for the mugen pink rear spring and the red rear spring? Can't seem to find it.
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Can anyone tell me the ratings for the mugen pink rear spring and the red rear spring? Can't seem to find it.
go to mugenseike.com, new products, click on Log File 8 near the top of the page, find the dark blue springs and click on them and you'll find a chart on all there spings.
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Mrx4 for sale... good condition pm me for more info.
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Can anyone tell me the ratings for the mugen pink rear spring and the red rear spring? Can't seem to find it.
go to mugen website..
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