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Old 07-20-2003, 08:22 PM   #1
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i just broke the pull start on my cv-x .12 i wanna buy a starter box can i get one that will work witht he pullstart flywheel i got? also i want one that has charger babtery and is already built and will work with my rs4 a mtx-3 serpent 705 and hpi r40 basically a universal one i cant find any can anyone sen dme a link
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um, i would get the AE box since it fits practically every car

but any 1/10 on road box should work

like ofna has a couple
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um, i would get the AE box since it fits practically every car

but any 1/10 on road box should work

like ofna has a couple

u haeva link to any of these rtr?
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will those all work iwht both rear and side exhaust engines and on my hpi rs4 cv-z i haave a pull satrt flywheel can i still use the starter box witht he pull start flywheel?


thank you for the help
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yup

and yup


btw, it doesnt matter if the engine is side or rear exhaust

as long as the engine position is the same
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same position meanin the flywheel is correct at 90 degree angle
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yeah

but i would suggest the AE box because it will work with you current car/truck

and will work with a NTC3 or LD3 if you ever get one in the future
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but i would suggest the AE box because it will work with you current car/truck

and will work with a NTC3 or LD3 if you ever get one in the future

will it work with mugen hpi r40 and 705?
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will it work with mugen hpi r40 and 705?
I have an AE starterbox, and it works virtually on any car, MTX-3, MRX-3. The donut-wheel is pretty tall out of the box and make it easy to spin the flywheel.
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