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Old 07-12-2003, 06:51 PM   #4786
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does anyone have the part # for an MR-12?

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Old 07-12-2003, 07:45 PM   #4787
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swen nope but i think steve is.....
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yes i am coming to the hobbytown race.
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Old 07-12-2003, 08:23 PM   #4789
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Does anyone have a problem with the FT blade roll bar and the rpm bumper interferring/touching each other?
I have no problem.
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hmmm.... thanks for the assistence guys!

Aren't i worthy to get some assistence?
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Old 07-12-2003, 10:11 PM   #4791
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Default side vs rear exhaust

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i think you covered all of the differences in your
initial post difference is motor mounts, fly wheel , header,
and pipe i think thats it
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wat kind of crank does the ntc3 use? sg or standard... i plan on gettin the sirio
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Short shaft and pilot(sg) shaft engines work in the ntc3, get the pilot(sg) shaft version of the sirio.
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My friends getting out of rc and hes got some TRC foams that are pretty new that I could buy off him. In one set the compounds are pink and purple and in the other set the compounds are magenta and pink. Will these be any good for the ntc3? theyre all 26mm because theyre off his electric tc3.
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this is my first nitro, is this hard to tune?
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i think you covered all of the differences in your
initial post difference is motor mounts, fly wheel , header,
and pipe i think thats it
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Old 07-13-2003, 06:21 AM   #4797
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Default blade swaybar

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yea the blade can rub on the rpm bumper ,just wipe out the dremel and grind down some of the bumper . if you hit alot of boards head-on keep an eye on i, the bumper will move around !
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Old 07-13-2003, 09:10 AM   #4798
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oh man, this thing is kinda fragile with the stock bumper! Guess it doesn't help the local track uses concrete barries around some of the turns ... but damn, I wasn't even on the throttle, just coasting gently going wide to go around a puddle and the front pushed out and got caught ... snapped the stupid stock bumper no problem, and snapped the shock tower right where the hinge pin goes through.

Wow, I wasn't even going fast at all! Just trying to take it slow around the puddle in the corner until it dried up. Damn Anybody have good reccomendations on aftermarket bumpers?
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RPM makes the best bumper for the NTC3. You can't break it. The stock bumpers are trash! I use IRS carbon fiber bumper, they are expensive and do last longer than the stock but they will and do break too.
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I'll have to pick one up then .. I can't believe how easily the thing snapped in half. Literally, was going no more than 5mph TOP. I smashed my darn MTX3 into the barried at atleast 30, and walked away clean; very surprised.

Off to buy an RPM bumper, and some spare shock towers + arms it is.
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