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Old 10-20-2003, 11:17 PM   #1
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Well, as promised, heres some pics of my new MTX-2. I got it for $110, including 5 bodies, 6 sets wheels/tires, 2 std servos preinstalled, and a box of misc parts.

Car. The header and tuned pipe on it are pretty crap, I'll probably get better ones soon. Also, it seems to be missing the mid belt tensioner.

I tested the car today, but I had forgot to glue the tires to the wheels. LOL on a full throttle punch 2 tires came loose, and another completely came off and rolled down the street :P Holy crap this thing is fast!
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Bodies (The maroon stratus did not come with it, I already had it)
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Old 10-20-2003, 11:18 PM   #3
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Wheels. The yellow wheels had tires on them, but they were shot, so I I snatched the foam inserts from them and put them in my good kyosho wheels/tires.
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Old 10-20-2003, 11:19 PM   #4
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Starter box - anyone know the make?
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Beside my pos mantis. The mantis is alot lighter than the MTX2, I may turn it into a drag car.
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That starter box is a Mugen. It has a horizintal wheel so it is really for shaft driven cars not the MTX-2. You can use it on your car but it will be a little awkward.
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