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Old 12-09-2007, 02:04 PM   #946
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5 DEGREES CAMBER IN THE REAR????? Is this a typo or not.


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Old 12-09-2007, 02:39 PM   #947
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5 deg, yes it is correct I checked today and found my set-up sheet. The rest is still correct.

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how long did it take you guys to build your mtx4 r?
Ive got one on its way
it took me 2 nights not hard at all just so many freakin bags
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Old 12-09-2007, 03:32 PM   #949
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3 deg, sorry Billy

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Old 12-09-2007, 03:35 PM   #950
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Nitro Rat, if your keen like Braz and myself, it is possible to build in a night, but if you take a little more time you wont have as many little tiny things wrong. When are you getting it?
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Old 12-09-2007, 04:16 PM   #951
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Nitro Rat, if your keen like Braz and myself, it is possible to build in a night, but if you take a little more time you wont have as many little tiny things wrong. When are you getting it?
hey dan, im ordering it this week sometime but not sure if i should get a MTX4r or a V one RRR Evo
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i have one more problem how do i adjust a centax clutch with a caliper have a pics or instructions please help me

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Old 12-09-2007, 05:44 PM   #953
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I get sick sometimes and i'm not dead nor am I rich like you. I merely wanted the noobies out there to realize your wealth of knowledge might not be accurate is all. And you bring up universal health care on a rc forum? usa vs. can.?

Once again, new racers out there, Listen Up! Wally has no clue what he's talking about. Do Not take his advice no matter what it is. That is all.

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its imo,and accurate,the bearings do go on them,so i change them,thats all.
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Old 12-09-2007, 06:54 PM   #954
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hey dan, im ordering it this week sometime but not sure if i should get a MTX4r or a V one RRR Evo
Please stop using obscene words that start with k my ears are young and very sensitive......lol....Go the 4 mate, much more forgiving car and easier to get emergency parts for.
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hey dan, im ordering it this week sometime but not sure if i should get a MTX4r or a V one RRR Evo
I have both... and my opinion is... get the Vone RRR Evo Team edition. both cars, the mtx4r and the RRR evo are forgiving cars. The mtx-4r with the new lower front arm has become a very weak point. I have seen so many cars break from this part its not even funny. Honestly, I would say the RRR is easier to get a good setup for it to dial in and drive the way you want it to drive. I tested my RRR today for the first time, and I was always ontop of the red and white bumps that are on each turn, because with the MTX-4, I had to anticipate the turn and start moving slowly into the turn and with the RRR it just digs in.

Honestly, check what your local track is running, if it is RRR, get the RRR. if it is MTX-4, get the MTX4... If it is G4 or 720, get a RRR or Mtx-4
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I have both... and my opinion is... get the Vone RRR Evo Team edition. both cars, the mtx4r and the RRR evo are forgiving cars. The mtx-4r with the new lower front arm has become a very weak point. I have seen so many cars break from this part its not even funny. Honestly, I would say the RRR is easier to get a good setup for it to dial in and drive the way you want it to drive. I tested my RRR today for the first time, and I was always ontop of the red and white bumps that are on each turn, because with the MTX-4, I had to anticipate the turn and start moving slowly into the turn and with the RRR it just digs in.

Honestly, check what your local track is running, if it is RRR, get the RRR. if it is MTX-4, get the MTX4... If it is G4 or 720, get a RRR or Mtx-4
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I prefer the Mtx-4 I have not tried the updated front a-arms. The mtx-4 does what ever I need it to do. But run what you have the best support for.

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I can honestly say i havent broken a new arm yet.....and i one rather large accident that i was sure broke something, but nothing. As far as support goes in australia, Mugen is by far and away the easiest.
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Old 12-09-2007, 10:27 PM   #959
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iv never broken a new front arm ether
i think it just makes the car work better.
iv played with the rrr and really i dont like it much.

its all in what you like.
like in 1/12 i like my gen-x more than i ever liked my L4.
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I can say after running both cars, I am faster with the Kyosho car. I have run both cars in Ohio, Texas, California, and Here in Vegas and have gone faster on every track since moving to the Kyosho car.

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