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Old 04-02-2003, 11:12 AM   #46
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thats a nice looking chassis.....

hey,next time,try putting a single 2 inch(race legal)(or 2 if you have the room) hole in the back window....I find it works a little better,creates less inside turbulence,and the window won't crack in between the holes....
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Old 04-02-2003, 11:36 AM   #47
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this is my car, to see the review i did go to www.rcracenews.co.uk and subscribe to the online Magazine






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Old 04-02-2003, 09:35 PM   #48
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thats a nice looking chassis.....
hey,next time,try putting a single 2 inch(race legal)(or 2 if you have the room) hole in the back window....I find it works a little better,creates less inside turbulence,and the window won't crack in between the holes....
thnx fastharry. my next body will be a protoform stratus and ill do what u had just said .
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Here are some old pics... Car is for sale....


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where did you get the transponder holder/swith holder? even the one right besides your receiver,did you get it from a website or something?look clean and neat!
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where did you get the transponder holder/swith holder? even the one right besides your receiver,did you get it from a website or something?look clean and neat!
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Old 04-03-2003, 02:13 AM   #52
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cartman's one doesn't look like a hop-up,it looks like it came with the kit,just wondering it that came with the kit stock.if it did,i didn't get 1.
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cartman's one doesn't look like a hop-up,it looks like it came with the kit,just wondering it that came with the kit stock.if it did,i didn't get 1.
Shorty boy that is a kyosho transponder mount!, it comes with the kyosho cars only and it isnt carbon its imatation stick on contact stuff that you can buy from your local hobby shop, i think parma make it.
But i must admit it looks great and well done to the person who thought about it.

ps to all those people who own the mtx 2 do you guys have a center layshaft 18th pully problem cuz min keeps on chewing out.
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I have an MTX2, and I have no such problems, but I am running all aluminum pulleys.

That molded switch mount looks like it was cut from the upper deck of an older vehicle that Cartman didn't need and then he just used slightly longer screws to attach it to the cars upper deck, utilizing the same holes that are used to mount the transponder mount. The transponder mount in the pic is the stock MTX3 one. He did this so he could have a transponder mount as well as a switch mount which is not possible since the Mugen designers give you the choice of mounting a switch or a transponder.

Could be wrong, but that is what it looks like to me.
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where did you get the transponder holder/swith holder? even the one right besides your receiver,did you get it from a website or something?look clean and neat!

it is the kit items you should get a seperate switch mount and a transponder one. the transponder one is mounted correctly and the switch one is upside down. both are in the kit
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Shorty boy that is a kyosho transponder mount!, it comes with the kyosho cars only and it isnt carbon its imatation stick on contact stuff that you can buy from your local hobby shop, i think parma make it.
But i must admit it looks great and well done to the person who thought about it.

totaly wrong mate ur talking about the wrong car.ur looking at the mtx2 not the 3 of mine
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so it comes with the kit?hm...think im going to write mugen a letter
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The one you see on Cartman Mtx-3 is stock, it will be included with the kit. The one you see on my Mtx2 came from a V1R, it was a unused item, so I just use that on my car since I didn't have one.
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nothing special...http://www.alucard.cc/rc/index.html
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well,i never got my peices like those.i got one switch mount and 1 transponder mount.i never got the combinded mount switch/transponder.oh well
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