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Old 01-05-2003, 11:27 PM   #5701
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The so called reflex CVDs are actually the K factory hop up items for the V1R so yes they are compatible. The consensus on this thread is that the Kyosho power universals are the most durable ones you can get. I use dogbines myself so i cannot add any more to it sorry.
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Old 01-05-2003, 11:57 PM   #5702
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Do you have to run special tires for the MTX-3 Rear hubs? I noticed that fast tires now have foams specially designed for the MTX-3.
use standard wheels. the setup has already give you wider track width. I need to trim down the track width of the mod.
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Old 01-06-2003, 01:13 AM   #5703
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HayAlignmentGuy, I guess you are getting ready for the "Hangover Havoc" at Delta. I will be there too. I just switched from a TC3 to a V-1R & RR. I was surprised at the durability of the sedan compare to the TC3 & MTX2.

What setup are you using once the track has been sprayed with soda? Last time I was there, Yokomo medium with medium worked pretty goo. Also, what color paint scheme are you using so I know who to look for? I will be using a green metallic paint shell.

See you there.

Hmmm I wonder who TC3nut is? Are you the person who asked me to pick up your 3rd place trophy at the Hangover Havoc today?



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Do ya know who TC3Nut is?
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Old 01-06-2003, 07:51 AM   #5704
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The so called reflex CVDs are actually the K factory hop up items for the V1R so yes they are compatible. The consensus on this thread is that the Kyosho power universals are the most durable ones you can get. I use dogbines myself so i cannot add any more to it sorry.
the kyosho power are very good but the integy uni's are better and less expensive at 29.99.
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Old 01-06-2003, 12:09 PM   #5705
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Sydewyder, all I can say is that you are a "Ringer" to be running in the Sportsmen Foam Sedan. You just want that "First Place Trophy". It is time for you to move up the the Expert.

If the race director let me raced the Sportsmen and the Experts, would you thing the outcome would be different? hehehe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 01-06-2003, 01:19 PM   #5706
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Which ones should I get? I think they come in a Wide version also. Do you know what is the difference?
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Get the SH8-51x series. They are very well built and reinforced in the center like the stock RR dogbones.

DO NOT get the polished universals for 19.99. They are 3 racing and they will warp very easily.

The SH8 series come in wide and regular, with the wide option having a longer shaft and a spacer allowing you to get more width out of the car for running >30mm tires.
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Sydewyder, all I can say is that you are a "Ringer" to be running in the Sportsmen Foam Sedan. You just want that "First Place Trophy". It is time for you to move up the the Expert.

If the race director let me raced the Sportsmen and the Experts, would you thing the outcome would be different? hehehe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
And what were you trying to do trying to sneak into the sportmen class.
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Sydewyder, all I can say is that you are a "Ringer"...
Ah the truth finally comes out...
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Hey man we got a few "World Champ" posters here on this thread. Dang I'm only a National Champ. I better buy more cars.
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Old 01-06-2003, 05:08 PM   #5711
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use standard wheels. the setup has already give you wider track width. I need to trim down the track width of the mod.
Does anyone have the part numbers for the complete mod (Hubs, dogbones, bearing, etc)?
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Old 01-06-2003, 05:17 PM   #5712
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Does anyone have the part numbers for the complete mod (Hubs, dogbones, bearing, etc)?
Well as it happens

Mugen T0229 F/R Axle shaft 1 US$5.70
Mugen T0230 F/R drive shaft 1 US$5.00
Mugen T0139 rear up right 1 US$3.90
Mugen D0105R king pin 1 US$3.40
Mugen J0110 adjust nut 1 US$1.80
3 Racing MTX3-008 wheel adpator 1 US$5.20
10 x 15 ball bearing 2 US$2.00
6 x 13 ball bearing 2 US$2.00
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Note that I used the 3 racing aluminium clamping hexes not the plastic ones.
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Old 01-06-2003, 06:31 PM   #5714
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Note that I used the 3 racing aluminium clamping hexes not the plastic ones.
Great! Thanks for your help
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Well as it happens

Mugen T0229 F/R Axle shaft 1 US$5.70
Mugen T0230 F/R drive shaft 1 US$5.00
Mugen T0139 rear up right 1 US$3.90
Mugen D0105R king pin 1 US$3.40
Mugen J0110 adjust nut 1 US$1.80
3 Racing MTX3-008 wheel adpator 1 US$5.20
10 x 15 ball bearing 2 US$2.00
6 x 13 ball bearing 2 US$2.00
where can i buy these parts online? securely?
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