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Old 06-10-2013, 11:25 AM
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Hello, I did the mod with mrx5 rear uprights (H2124) , 12x18x4 bearings, and ring spacers I get from xray rx8 parts ( to widen rear track width ).

The results ...... still 263mm rear trackwidth.

I dont want to widen further without exposing too much threads on the king pin.

Gwan : how do you get 265mm ? What brand of tires ? ........... I am using enneti light weight tires.
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Originally Posted by asw7576 View Post
Hello, I did the mod with mrx5 rear uprights (H2124) , 12x18x4 bearings, and ring spacers I get from xray rx8 parts ( to widen rear track width ).

The results ...... still 263mm rear trackwidth.

I dont want to widen further without exposing too much threads on the king pin.

Gwan : how do you get 265mm ? What brand of tires ? ........... I am using enneti light weight tires.
sorry,my supplier giving me wrong info regarding the rear setup, but now all perfect as he using rear upper arm from 4x as its too short, the 1st we both using mrx4 upper arm but we both cant adjust the camber and its stay flat and result we both have to make rear width 265 using GQ tyre, sorry again if im giving wrong info on the 1st post as we really rush to finish up the kit for race and just doing all we can as long as the both kit running
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Old 10-22-2013, 08:35 AM
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Hi guys,

After finishing 1st in this season's local 1/10 TC 13.5 blinky championship, I'm looking forward to drive my dad's Mugen Seiki MRX4 next season and was looking around for a general setup guide for this class.
Couldn't find any after using the search bar and was wondering if you guys can help me out with a link.
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Old 10-22-2013, 02:33 PM
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Serpent has a setup book for their 966/960
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Old 05-26-2014, 04:26 PM
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anyone know if any other belts work on this car?
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Old 05-26-2014, 04:59 PM
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Yes. Shepherd rear belts work. Also the early Shepherd short front belt and long middle belt fit but you have to watch out, Shepherd changed their pulley configuration so the new ones do not fit. The rear is still the same though.

There are others that are the same as well but don't want to steer you wrong.
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Old 01-20-2015, 10:50 AM
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I'm getting out of nitro and it's time to sell off my car and all the stuff that goes with it...and it's a bunch.

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(1) like starter box with one season on it, its clean.
(73) assorted new parts in the bags, pm for list.
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Just trying to find a replacement for these do any other part numbers suit
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Just trying to find a replacement for these do any other part numbers suit
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I should have a set if you need. PM me and I'll confirm
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Sorry I'm late with this: The Blitz. BLI51201 is a direct front belt replacement for the MRX-4, Serpent 966 and the Capricorn C801. The belt is in stock at Serpent America and the price is nice!
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Originally Posted by MugenDrew View Post
Sorry I'm late with this: The Blitz. BLI51201 is a direct front belt replacement for the MRX-4, Serpent 966 and the Capricorn C801. The belt is in stock at Serpent America and the price is nice!
Drew, question posted in 2014 ........

But all Good .....
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I'm two years late...buwahahahahaha😂😂😂
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