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Old 07-25-2003, 06:11 AM   #46
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Check this up... How low it was
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esham . . . . what can I say - very nice, indeed.
And you were so bloody neat with the wires.

When is the maiden voyage?

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Old 07-25-2003, 06:15 AM   #47
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no, but you can use mugen one with a minor trim on the mounting hole.
Manti, if I recall, the Mugen receiver cover isn't exactly bullet proof, is it?
It's mostly a lift up flap sort of thing, yeah?
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Manti, if I recall, the Mugen receiver cover isn't exactly bullet proof, is it?
It's mostly a lift up flap sort of thing, yeah?
better then none !! at least the plastic flip may protect the wires !
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better then none !! at least the plastic flip may protect the wires !
I guess so . . . at least the Kyosho one is light - i.e. non existant.

Have you installed your conversion kit, or did that typhoon blow it away?
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I guess so . . . at least the Kyosho one is light - i.e. non existant.

Have you installed your conversion kit, or did that typhoon blow it away?
tried to put it together with extreme care.

did the front oneway mod. i can now use use 4x40 screw instead of using the 2mm screws to affix the pulley.

check the receiver holder, i can use mugen backing and covering piece on the evo without mod n it is direct fit.
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it is still safer to install the Mugen receiver cover

it dont look the best in the world , but, neither will your receiver after it receives some bashing

just a word of advice
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you guys could always just goo a small piece of bumper foam to the side of the body as an extra measure of protection for the receiver.
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i gather that the conversion kit for the V1RR is out already??
Where can i get it??
Manti.. where did you get yours from??

Then when is the EVO V1RR due out??
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i gather that the conversion kit for the V1RR is out already??
Where can i get it??
Manti.. where did you get yours from??

Then when is the EVO V1RR due out??
i guess the Evo had just hit HK last week!
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Old 09-02-2003, 05:36 AM   #55
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There was some debate whether the EVO or Mugen would be lighter. Well my bog stock EVO with decent radio gear weighed 1796g with everything including body and minus fuel.

I added a AAA pack and a few Ti pieces and it now weighs 1705g with body and minus fuel!!!!

So I guess the EVO is not such a heavyweight!
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