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Old 08-03-2007, 07:50 PM   #1
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While assembling by Mugen Starter Box, it seems when I get to the final product the starter wheel is not high enough, how can I fix this? Is it a common problem, or what?

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get your dremel out and open up the slot in your chassis for the starter wheel
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No I mean on the box, the wheel BARELY (1mm) protudes out of the box, maybe not even 1 mm.
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I don't know much about the offroad one but you must be able to adjust it so the top can be pushed down further? so the wheel sticks out more, have a play round with it. Try post up some internal pics
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No I mean on the box, the wheel BARELY (1mm) protudes out of the box, maybe not even 1 mm.
You press down your car toward the starter box.

The starter box will start, and the wheel will touch the flywheel.

If you feel very heavy to press down, you can replace them with thinner springs.

BTW, is this your problem or something else ?
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No, I know how to use it, its actually my dads car..

I run an MTX-4 on an X5 box..

This 1mm is ONCE its pushed down.
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