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Old 11-18-2001, 01:32 AM   #541
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I have a big problem with my MTX, and I can't seem to solve it. I cannot drive the car at full speed. Once I start leaning on the throttle just a little bit, the intire car veers to the left. I checked all the suspension setting, and all the shock preloads are equal, the camber,caster, and toe are all equal. I dont understand why it is doing this. Help me out!!

I had that problem before, actually there are 2 areas that might affect it, First, check all the wheel bearings and Second check your front and rear diff bevel gears.

Last time when I had the problem it was the rear diff bevel gear worn out and it's slipping under WOT.

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Old 11-18-2001, 01:34 AM   #542
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hehe!i'm comparing it to Singapore

A$750 = SGD$718
here the pro kit cost SGD$590
Yeh Yeh I know

My friend travels to Singapore from here on a regular basis, and always comes back with awesome hopups (eg K factory, Kawahara) we never see them here.

We have something called a GST (Goods and Services Tax) which automaticaly add 10% on the price. Price should be $670, add another $67 on the price for TAX.
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Old 11-18-2001, 01:38 AM   #543
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Yups GST sucks!!!here it's 3%
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Old 11-18-2001, 02:58 AM   #544
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$750 AUS = $350US
350US$ for an MTX2 prospec is much cheaper than that what you can get in Hong Kong!!!!!
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Old 11-18-2001, 03:58 AM   #545
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Yeh Yeh I know

My friend travels to Singapore from here on a regular basis, and always comes back with awesome hopups (eg K factory, Kawahara) we never see them here.

We have something called a GST (Goods and Services Tax) which automaticaly add 10% on the price. Price should be $670, add another $67 on the price for TAX.
K factory parts in Singapore? Are u serious? Being a Singaporean myself, I have never seen them anywhere. Kawahara stuff are minimal. Maybe your friend can tell me where he got the stuff?
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Old 11-18-2001, 04:00 AM   #546
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350US$ for an MTX2 prospec is much cheaper than that what you can get in Hong Kong!!!!!
saw Control Centre pricing their Pro Spec kit at USD400+.....ouch ouch! maybe it includes the MT12 engine.
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saw Control Centre pricing their Pro Spec kit at USD400+.....ouch ouch! maybe it includes the MT12 engine.
no, the one at CC is without engine at all "^@^"
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Who was making fun of Aussie prices?

Hurhur, he came back to Australia with a box full of hop ups for his V-1-R. Included K factory + Kawahara, I'll ask him where in Singapore.
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Who was making fun of Aussie prices?

Hurhur, he came back to Australia with a box full of hop ups for his V-1-R. Included K factory + Kawahara, I'll ask him where in Singapore.
cool cool! keep me informed then, NR.
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Just out of curosity, anyone know what the Kyosho MC NYLON REAR SHORT ARM is for????

Heres the pic :

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Just out of curosity, anyone know what the Kyosho MC NYLON REAR SHORT ARM is for????

Heres the pic :

the translation master from altavista said : -

In order to obtain the offset which is optimum to the sponge tire, the conversion kit which uses the short suspension arm, short dry dock horn and the wide hub et cetera. Being mild, you can obtain the traction which it stabilizes. In addition, e.g., the tire decreases conversely tapered, it can prevent.
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Just out of curosity, anyone know what the Kyosho MC NYLON REAR SHORT ARM is for????

Heres the pic :

by the way, it is for MTX2 not V1R !!

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the translation master from altavista said : -

In order to obtain the offset which is optimum to the sponge tire, the conversion kit which uses the short suspension arm, short dry dock horn and the wide hub et cetera. Being mild, you can obtain the traction which it stabilizes. In addition, e.g., the tire decreases conversely tapered, it can prevent.
thats from Kyosho? i thought its meant for the MTX2 made by Kawahara?
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by the way, it is for MTX2 not V1R !!

sorry I meant Kawahara not Kyosho.
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sorry I meant Kawahara not Kyosho.
I am surprised to see this baby is sleepy at this time !!
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