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Old 02-10-2003, 11:46 PM   #121
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Also MTX-3 7075 option chassis. Special Edition. Light Weight
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how thick is this chassis ? look really nice, how much is it going to be ? and how soon. i am trying to decide between this and the 4mm one from mugen, thanks
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Very Soon. What do you think? 7075

Also MTX-3 7075 option chassis. Special Edition. Light Weight
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Very nice chassis! I like and I want!
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Old 02-11-2003, 12:16 AM   #123
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Data- The chassis is mostlikely 4mm thick. Should be out soon.
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Old 02-11-2003, 12:34 AM   #124
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Very Soon. What do you think? 7075

Also MTX-3 7075 option chassis. Special Edition. Light Weight
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Can you give us a weight comparison with the stock Mugen chassis?
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Old 02-11-2003, 04:35 AM   #125
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Can you give us a weight comparison with the stock Mugen chassis?
Uhm.... Weight freaks? Don't care so much unles you mess very badly your car in stock incarnation is underweight. Where hells I put 80 grams of lead on the car?
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my car with pretty much all the rd logic hop ups including
the 4mm chasis weights 60.1 ounces my friends mtx3 completely
stock weights 57.4 oz. although he is using the sts motor wich
is ligher than the nova mill. we will weigh his car again with
a nova engine for a more accurate comparison since every body
pretty much runs nova based engines.
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Old 02-12-2003, 07:51 PM   #127
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Hey Francis I heard they might be opening up a nitro sedan class for the NORCCA State Champs March 1. I'll let you know what I find out, but the scheduling for the race seems kinda wacky (It's on a Saturday, AAA Mains and qualifying all in one day?).
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road trip, that sounds good
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Francis- I think I sent you a PM.
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Old 02-13-2003, 08:20 AM   #130
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my car with pretty much all the rd logic hop ups including
the 4mm chasis weights 60.1 ounces my friends mtx3 completely
stock weights 57.4 oz. although he is using the sts motor wich
is ligher than the nova mill. we will weigh his car again with
a nova engine for a more accurate comparison since every body
pretty much runs nova based engines.

Is that with a body? My mtx3 has all aluminum screws lightweight
pulley adapters and still weighs 62 oz. with body. stock 3mm chassis.
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Nope, I think we left off the shell on accident when we checked. Doh. No on/off switch, receiver cover, or fuel.
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Just got finished fitting some RDlogics options for the MTX3.

All went to gether very well, except the roll over bar/ handle. Its a little too tall for a sedan body, but for you guys running a lola, I would recomend the extra protection.

I'll definatly be getting more of these soon... as soon as my wife lets me have my credit card back.
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sparsky the roll over bar is a bit tall but rest of the part
fit just like the original. I especially like the rear sway bars
and the lightened pulley adaptors.
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Just got finished fitting some RDlogics options for the MTX3.

All went to gether very well, except the roll over bar/ handle. Its a little too tall for a sedan body, but for you guys running a lola, I would recomend the extra protection.

I'll definatly be getting more of these soon... as soon as my wife lets me have my credit card back.
Hope you get your credit card back soon. I understand that perfectly.
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Just got finished fitting some RDlogics options for the MTX3.

All went to gether very well, except the roll over bar/ handle. Its a little too tall for a sedan body, but for you guys running a lola, I would recomend the extra protection.

I'll definatly be getting more of these soon... as soon as my wife lets me have my credit card back.
wright the number down and keep it in your wallet well hidden with those old phone numbers
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