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Old 11-14-2011, 12:46 AM   #1396
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i will use the steel gears with the alu cross shaft. i think this is a good combination. i used this at least in my nt1.
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Old 11-14-2011, 02:20 AM   #1397
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aney body know where 2 get extra engen mounts 2 fit mtx5 i would like 2 get a copel of sets
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Old 11-14-2011, 10:02 AM   #1398
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We have released our Mugen MTX5 Ceramic Ball Bearing kit. Only $89.99 for a full and complete 29 piece ball bearing kit with FREE shipping worldwide.
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Old 11-14-2011, 10:13 AM   #1399
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Arété passé tan'w ka gadé lé dènié option pou meté ba la bet......!!!!

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Anybody using this battery?

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Old 11-15-2011, 09:27 PM   #1401
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I am just using the IP/Intellect pack, the 1450mah right now, but the 1200mah would also fit, as long as it's a flat pack layout it should be just fine.
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for those still using composite gears like myself, this shims might improve wear
these are part 964050 xray 5x15x0.3 shims

in 2 weeks will arrive to the us steel gears as km optionals are not yet available
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Old 11-19-2011, 05:37 AM   #1404
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hi guys,
i'm having heaps of trouble with setting the clutch and the 2 speed on this. any tips? I got it set on factory settings but the clutch will not engage so i keep loosening the spring tension nut to finally get it to bite, but there's no punch to it and seems to slip quite a bit before willing to move.
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hi guys,
i'm having heaps of trouble with setting the clutch and the 2 speed on this. any tips? I got it set on factory settings but the clutch will not engage so i keep loosening the spring tension nut to finally get it to bite, but there's no punch to it and seems to slip quite a bit before willing to move.
thanks heaps in advance!
I would take a close look at the end stopped for the clutch, a whole heap came drilled off center, which makes setting the clutch problematic, mine has never been quite spot on, and have still yet to get one drilled properly, with it effecting both clutch and I think maybe the two speed, cause mine tends to alter it's shift into second and I can't put a finger on it yet either.
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KM New Option Parts for MTX5
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That's great, but by the time your busted ass site finally works they would have come out with a version 2. What a joke!
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I would take a close look at the end stopped for the clutch, a whole heap came drilled off center, which makes setting the clutch problematic, mine has never been quite spot on, and have still yet to get one drilled properly, with it effecting both clutch and I think maybe the two speed, cause mine tends to alter it's shift into second and I can't put a finger on it yet either.
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What measurements are you using? are you setting the clutch spring nut flush with the flywheel nut as per manual? and how much is the distance from your A-B? (sorry i dont know what that is called...maybe end float?)
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Thanks Bishop.
What measurements are you using? are you setting the clutch spring nut flush with the flywheel nut as per manual? and how much is the distance from your A-B? (sorry i dont know what that is called...maybe end float?)
It's an aggressive clutch, flush on the spring nut is a good starting point, it should work like that on most engines, but right now I'm about .20 mm in from flush, I was like a quarter turn more at one point, like in the .30 range, but it started slipping a lot when cold, and not really fully engaging, so it's got a small working range being so aggressive (to be fair I'm not running a real hot motor though).

A-B point, well that is your gap and your end float, you set your gap without the inside bearings fitted, aim for .3-.4mm with stock weights in stock configuration, end float with all bearings should be .1mm, basically no end play but then no binding either.

Keep in mind again though, if you got one of the off drilled end stoppers, you will struggle to get these settings, and it will give you a headache trying to set the clutch.
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