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Old 09-21-2007, 06:10 PM   #511
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hi i am looking for a new car, since my R40 I crashed it down at the track and now looking for a new ride. When you compare the MTX4 with the Xray, V1RRR and the Team Magic in your opinion which is best to buy? what i saw is that the MTX4 comes with all the things no need to hop up. RE:shock towers or any other part that might brake easilly?

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you should go with what is readily available at your local hobby store...and others use at the track you frequent...part's availability and Knowledge base...
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Old 09-21-2007, 06:26 PM   #512
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the new 4mm chassis from KAWAHARA.
its not new
it was out last year.
sweet though.
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Old 09-21-2007, 06:35 PM   #513
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its not new
it was out last year.
sweet though.
No, it's new, the old one was part K882 and this is K882S.
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Old 09-21-2007, 06:41 PM   #514
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ahhhh when did that come out
thats cool
thx's for telling me.
gota check it out coz i need a new chassis.
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Old 09-21-2007, 06:51 PM   #515
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K-882S MTX-4 chassis PRO special (4T)


In order to cool the engine more efficiently, slice processing on the slit is added under the engine.
Although and, high rigidity being 4 mm, although to consider left and right balance, in order to assure light weight conversion to administer slice processing, being 4 mm
You held down to the weight increase just of 1 g than the genuine 3 mm chassis.
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Old 09-21-2007, 07:10 PM   #516
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ahhhh when did that come out
thats cool
thx's for telling me.
gota check it out coz i need a new chassis.
it released since mid Aug in japan. Maybe your can ask your LHS

i'm still running my K882 and wait
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Old 09-21-2007, 07:58 PM   #517
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ppl wanted to see so here we go
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Old 09-21-2007, 08:01 PM   #518
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Hey guys, i'm just wondering, the blocks that change in the rear of the car. (the bottom, middle and top holes). Is there anything like that in the front? like anything in the front i need to change to match up with the rear of the car. i'm running the middle holes at the moment by the way.
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Hey guys, i'm just wondering, the blocks that change in the rear of the car. (the bottom, middle and top holes). Is there anything like that in the front? like anything in the front i need to change to match up with the rear of the car. i'm running the middle holes at the moment by the way.
no not that i know of
i dont think any car has that.
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I'm also having trouble with ride height. i'm trying to lower the ride height on the front of the car while still having droop and keeping the shocks harder than the back. i can't seem to do it. also trying to lower ride height on the back of the car too but seem to have the same problem. I dunno. i'm just silly
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ppl wanted to see so here we go
Thanks walley!

Now, how much were those pieces?
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I'm also having trouble with ride height. i'm trying to lower the ride height on the front of the car while still having droop and keeping the shocks harder than the back. i can't seem to do it. also trying to lower ride height on the back of the car too but seem to have the same problem. I dunno. i'm just silly
you should adjust the downstops!
donwload the hudy all in one book, it explains easily everything needed to setup your car as weel as theory
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The NT1 set up book is good as well
better than the hudy 1 is dedicated more to 1/10th nitro cars
can down load that from the xray web site
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