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Old 04-28-2010, 10:16 PM
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wut batts are most ppl using for the mugen box? (Pro II)
I am using a 14.8V 5000mah Lipo...

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Old 04-29-2010, 01:48 AM
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hey guys i know its not the 4 sale threAD, BUT I HAVE olot of new spares for the x, new and used, clutch bells, clutches, kawahara low fric belts..etc...if anyone's interested pm me for a list, i will try to get up a good list w/pix by this weekend...lmk
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Old 05-01-2010, 09:02 AM
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Originally Posted by Riketsu View Post
I am using a 14.8V 5000mah Lipo...

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damn, wasnt tryna go that route, lol. shoot me a link my dude, thanx
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Old 05-03-2010, 01:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Jusleanit View Post
damn, wasnt tryna go that route, lol. shoot me a link my dude, thanx
I have two 7.2v 4000mah cells running in series. Works well.

Good way to recycle the 20c and 30c dogs from two indoor seasons ago.


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Old 05-19-2010, 03:36 PM
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Default New MRX-4X for sale

NIB MRX-4X for sale, check the for sale forum or PM if interested. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by WooHoo View Post
I have two 7.2v 4000mah cells running in series. Works well.

Good way to recycle the 20c and 30c dogs from two indoor seasons ago.


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Old 05-25-2010, 12:41 PM
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NIB MRX-4X for sale, check the for sale forum or PM if interested. Thanks.
Well I decided to build it rather than sell (read no interest). What a really nice car, the parts fitment is better than any on-road car I have built in a long time (last car was a Picco 2000 evo?). It' been awhile.
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Old 05-25-2010, 01:52 PM
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Welcome to the wonderful world Mugen Seiki has created for us! Wait till
you see how sensitive the chassis is to a single adjustment.
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Cool Is the rubber belt a good upgrade?

With the stock side belt on the car, it will barely roll (so bad I thought something was binding). Is the rubber belt a good upgrade? I have a set of Titanium pivot balls, I would rather run the steel, unless the ti ones are stronger.
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With the stock side belt on the car, it will barely roll (so bad I thought something was binding). Is the rubber belt a good upgrade? I have a set of Titanium pivot balls, I would rather run the steel, unless the ti ones are stronger.
check the brake rotor. sand it down to free up the car.

rubber belts also help
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Originally Posted by jrice View Post
check the brake rotor. sand it down to free up the car.

rubber belts also help
Its not the brakes, when I remove the side belt the car rolls free. I will try just the side rubber belt. Thanks for your input!
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Clean the belt!
For sure the side belt does pick up a lot of rubber, just use a towel, put some fuel on it, push it on the belt on the side pulley and turn the wheels arround.

Before the race I spray all my belts with a teflon spray, it makes them smooth and keeps the dirt off.
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im sure its somewhere in here but what about the kevlar belts?
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With the stock side belt on the car, it will barely roll (so bad I thought something was binding). Is the rubber belt a good upgrade? I have a set of Titanium pivot balls, I would rather run the steel, unless the ti ones are stronger.
Make sure you have the larger pulley for the side belt on the front lay shaft.
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Originally Posted by Roelof View Post
Clean the belt!
For sure the side belt does pick up a lot of rubber, just use a towel, put some fuel on it, push it on the belt on the side pulley and turn the wheels arround.

Before the race I spray all my belts with a teflon spray, it makes them smooth and keeps the dirt off.
Its a new car, never run.
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