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Old 11-27-2007, 06:50 PM   #871
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We answer your question from many different perspectives and different angles. It's a comprehensive solution u know
cant argue with you on that..lol.....but check this out what parts should i stock the most on the mrx4r and i been looking which belt is better stock or urethene belts?

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Old 11-27-2007, 08:39 PM   #872
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agree with you. personally i still don't like imperial sizing after staying in USA for 5 years.
In collage. I use metric because I am science major. however when living in real world it is such a pain because I get so used to metric sizing and have difficult imagine item in imperial measurement. when the rest of the world already move into metric, why is USA still using imperial ?
Iagree car breaker i'm a ''Brain Surgeon'' and there is nothing worse than
asking my assisting surgeon for 25 centimetre's of left lobe skull sinew and
being given 1 1/2 inches, it can mean the difference between,my patient
waking up and looking like ''asw7576's' avitar and not!!! lol
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Old 11-28-2007, 02:13 AM   #873
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WOW!!

A post that I agree with Wally.
Your symptoms are serious Scott!
First, you agree with Wally!
Second, you actually admit it in your post!

You should take a couple of aspirin and have a lie down!

If symptoms persist, i suggest that you see your local physician!
Do you also suddenly break out in a cold sweat for no apparent reason?

If so maybe you should just go straight to see the Doc!
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Old 11-28-2007, 07:03 AM   #874
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Iagree car breaker i'm a ''Brain Surgeon'' and there is nothing worse than
asking my assisting surgeon for 25 centimetre's of left lobe skull sinew and
being given 1 1/2 inches, it can mean the difference between,my patient
waking up and looking like ''asw7576's' avitar and not!!! lol
yeah, for me this imperial system is a nightmare!!!
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Graham, what weight rear diff oil have you got in ur mugen.I have 10000 weight in mine but keep hearing people with alot higher weight oil in their cars. Wanting to get car ready for this weekend.
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cant argue with you on that..lol.....but check this out what parts should i stock the most on the mrx4r and i been looking which belt is better stock or urethene belts?

blaze
I would stock these items before going to race :

Maybe one or two of :
2 rear belts, <--- preferably rubber type for all sort of belts
1 middle belt,
1 front belt,
1 set lower front and rear suspension arms,
2 set steering knuckles,
1 set rear upright,
1 set front CVD,
Bearings,
3 clutch shoes,
2 set of flywheel clutch weight
2 set of 2speed clutch,
1 set body post,
1 set of pivot ball plastic connectors <---- black plastic connectors that holds your steering linkage and suspension damper.
Spur gears,
Pinion gears,
2 one way 1st gear,
2 extra pipes
Shims for clutch gap
glow plugs
tires
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Hello to my Mugan racers,
I'm looking to replace my 3mm chassis(stock) I love the way my 3mm chassis feels. I just want some opinions on the the 4mm chassis (Not 3-racing). Just looking for handling differences. I currently have no gear stripping issues. Any one know the weight difference between the 3mm to 4mm chassis?
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Your symptoms are serious Scott!
First, you agree with Wally!
Second, you actually admit it in your post!

You should take a couple of aspirin and have a lie down!

If symptoms persist, i suggest that you see your local physician!
Do you also suddenly break out in a cold sweat for no apparent reason?

If so maybe you should just go straight to see the Doc!

I'm feeling better now, but thanks to you and all the people that have PM'd me concerned about my health. Thanks for the cards and letters. We can cancel the telethon as well... I guess I could use the money.

Anyway.

Back to your regularly scheduled program.
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Hello to my Mugan racers,
I'm looking to replace my 3mm chassis(stock) I love the way my 3mm chassis feels. I just want some opinions on the the 4mm chassis (Not 3-racing). Just looking for handling differences. I currently have no gear stripping issues. Any one know the weight difference between the 3mm to 4mm chassis?
the new kawahara chassis is sweet
dont know the wight difference though.
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Graham, what weight rear diff oil have you got in ur mugen.I have 10000 weight in mine but keep hearing people with alot higher weight oil in their cars. Wanting to get car ready for this weekend.
Been running 50,000 only when we spray track and grip is really good,but if i was running this weekend prob start with 30,000.I only use 10,000 on smaller tight tracks with out a lot of traction.Have a great weekend!
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I would stock these items before going to race :

Maybe one or two of :
2 rear belts, <--- preferably rubber type for all sort of belts
1 middle belt,
1 front belt,
1 set lower front and rear suspension arms,
2 set steering knuckles,
1 set rear upright,
1 set front CVD,
Bearings,
3 clutch shoes,
2 set of flywheel clutch weight
2 set of 2speed clutch,
1 set body post,
1 set of pivot ball plastic connectors <---- black plastic connectors that holds your steering linkage and suspension damper.
Spur gears,
Pinion gears,
2 one way 1st gear,
2 extra pipes
Shims for clutch gap
glow plugs
tires
thanks i cant wait for the weather to get better in Georgia just wish had more tracks for nitro on-road ....looking into selling my revo for a mrx rx
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Hello to my Mugan racers,
I'm looking to replace my 3mm chassis(stock) I love the way my 3mm chassis feels. I just want some opinions on the the 4mm chassis (Not 3-racing). Just looking for handling differences. I currently have no gear stripping issues. Any one know the weight difference between the 3mm to 4mm chassis?
The new Kawahara 4mm Chasis is only 1g heavier than our stock 3mm Mugen Chasis. I have not tried it as yet but i found tht the 4mm although slightly heavier than the Original 3mm Chasis, the car feels more rigid than the original 3mm. and i personally feel more confident bringing the car into the apex...

Juz my 2 cents
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do anyone the top speed of the mtx4r?
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Old 11-30-2007, 05:58 PM   #885
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It depends on engine and how you gear it. To be honest it's not really important for a race breed car. If your looking for straight line speed I would at some of the RTR cars.
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