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Old 09-23-2007, 03:08 AM   #526
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A bit of a weird request, does anyone have a photo of the box the MTX-4 GRP wheel comes in??

This is the only photo I could find. Trying to source a few sets.
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Old 09-23-2007, 05:57 AM   #527
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I bought a bunch from Pro Shop Futaba. Just send them an email and tell them what you want and they'll ship it quick. They're really nice people and they have all the hard to find stuff. I don't have any pics though, sorry.
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Old 09-24-2007, 11:03 AM   #528
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A bit of a weird request, does anyone have a photo of the box the MTX-4 GRP wheel comes in??

This is the only photo I could find. Trying to source a few sets.
in the us come the msr grp tires
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http://nitrohouse.com/tires,_1-10_foam.htm
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Old 09-24-2007, 03:33 PM   #529
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Do kawahara make a 3mm chassis for the mtx-4? where can i source this.

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Old 09-24-2007, 04:38 PM   #530
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Do kawahara make a 3mm chassis for the mtx-4? where can i source this.

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i dont think so but why may i ask do you want a 3mm chassis.
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Old 09-24-2007, 04:40 PM   #531
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Thanks walley!

Now, how much were those pieces?
i dont remember but you can look it up
my parts are 3racing but i think kawahara or jp are better.
the sway is k factory
and i use the k factory rear shaft
and a ti front shaft.
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Do kawahara make a 3mm chassis for the mtx-4? where can i source this.

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http://www.kawahara-racing.co.jp/ZAC...artslist..html

futaba pro shop and rc champ are some optiones to purchase overseas
msr kawahara and mmods, the best options no doubt
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Old 09-24-2007, 04:46 PM   #533
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http://es.babelfish.yahoo.com/transl...TrUrl=Traducir

heres the link with translation for the 3mm pro chasis

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Old 09-24-2007, 04:52 PM   #534
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http://www.kawahara-racing.co.jp/ZAC...artslist..html

futaba pro shop and rc champ are some optiones to purchase overseas
msr kawahara and mmods, the best options no doubt
cant translate the page ahhhhhhhhhhhhh
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Old 09-24-2007, 05:20 PM   #535
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http://es.babelfish.yahoo.com/transl...TrUrl=Traducir

heres the link with translation for the 3mm pro chassis

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Commodity MTX-4 chassis PRO
Substance price 5,800 yen
Price including tax 6,090 yen

Being slim of chassis and modifying etc. the pulling out form
With, the sharp movement with the corner is actualized,
It increased.
70-75 ジェラルミン used





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mad engrish. i love translating the jap sites...

Just thought I'd say hi guys, I've just read all 18 pages of mtx4r goodness and have picked up a few decent tips. I finished building my 4R 2 weeks ago and have ran it once at the track to break in my new CRF .12. So far the car seems great compared to my r40 but my clutch was nowhere near as progressive with my first attempt at set up. I have since ordered the yellow clutch shoe and CRF square spring to address this, but I believe my clutch gap was a little large also which would contribute to the agressive action.

I was interested to read what hop ups you guys are using. For now I'm going to stick with the 3mm chassis seems to work well on our track (Moorebank, AU), but I have ordered the kawahara one piece engine mount and CF rear brace to protect my spurs

I also noticed a few pages back someone with a DNA 3 body, how do they go? I've painted one up (I'll post photos of my car soon) but have yet to try it on the track, I'm hoping it's at least as good as the stratus
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I need to take my car one a DIET. It pushes the scale to 1818g (with personal transponder) at this stage. So I can almost loose a 100g on the car.

What are a couple of big weight savers that you can recommend?
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I need to take my car one a DIET. It pushes the scale to 1818g (with personal transponder) at this stage. So I can almost loose a 100g on the car.

What are a couple of big weight savers that you can recommend?
Depending on what brake disk you are using the P-Dub fiberglass disk weighs 3 grams and the Mugen 1 piece option disk weighs 14.
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Old 09-25-2007, 02:26 PM   #539
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I need to take my car one a DIET. It pushes the scale to 1818g (with personal transponder) at this stage. So I can almost loose a 100g on the car.

What are a couple of big weight savers that you can recommend?
ti screws
lipo batt
mugen pro spec engine mounts
k factory rear light shaft
ti front shaft
ti pillow balls
light bell
alm pinions (but they wear fast)
servos (the fut that are half the size,dont know what they are)
ninja engine
kawahara light 2nd gear holder
kawahara 1st gear holder
light flywheel
fiberglass disk
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it would be great to get the fiberglass disk brake from p-dub but they dont currently have them available. If anyone has a new one that they are willing to part with, pm me and i'd gladly buy one.
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