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Old 05-24-2004, 05:44 AM   #11116
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Well, I had to make some promises about certain parts of the video that it is for personal "consumption" ... I guess pro-secrets? The rest is OK but its a headache to watch because I'm not that good with the camera and was not using a tripod.

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Moderators, all I am saying is that when you have a thread with more than 10 posts a day it needs to have its own forum. I notice we ar using almost a fully year old version ov vBulletin and in this current version you can add code to search the results in page numbers. It is highly unaccaptable when doing a search to not have the search results take you direclty to the pages that show up. Instead the entire 400 page gets indexed as the search result. This makes it extremely difficult for community members to search for the information which they need - the REASON we are here in the first place!
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Moderators, all I am saying is that when you have a thread with more than 10 posts a day it needs to have its own forum. I notice we ar using almost a fully year old version ov vBulletin and in this current version you can add code to search the results in page numbers. It is highly unaccaptable when doing a search to not have the search results take you direclty to the pages that show up. Instead the entire 400 page gets indexed as the search result. This makes it extremely difficult for community members to search for the information which they need - the REASON we are here in the first place!
Check the box "Show results as posts" in the search option. You will see the posts containing your search criteria and not the whole threads.
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Old 05-24-2004, 07:21 AM   #11120
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Just finished with my kit and would like to know what's the meanest pound for pound .12 engine for a medium tight track.
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Old 05-24-2004, 07:27 AM   #11121
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Just finished with my kit and would like to know what's the meanest pound for pound .12 engine for a medium tight track.
You might wanna check this out... Kondo Custom RR12 NovaRossi
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Just finished with my kit and would like to know what's the meanest pound for pound .12 engine for a medium tight track.
Novarossi RR12L3 or RR12L5.
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You might wanna check this out... Kondo Custom RR12 NovaRossi
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Old 05-24-2004, 07:56 AM   #11124
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Old 05-24-2004, 07:59 AM   #11125
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HAHAHA people on the other car forums are also calling this car "the glass car" I thought I was the only one

either way this car is made of glass
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I currently own an mtx-3 Im looking at the FW05R at the moment just want to see how shaft feels compared to belts

and yes I used to own the glass car but that car is pathetic IMO
"hudy" you are the one in the other forums bashing serpent! by the way why are you now selling the mugen mtx3 that you just bought? Ill give you 50 bucks for it!

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Hey Kevin I am currently selling my mtx-3 with the following

Its brand new and assembled I will include the following RD Logics 800Mah NIMH Receiver Battery RD Logics aluminum rear brace and RD Logics wheel hub adapters and a Sirio .12 engine with a 1 piece Legal Pipe

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i guess the mugen wasnt strong enough for you
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Old 05-24-2004, 08:09 AM   #11126
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I must admit, my first impression is WOW, the car just responds... the clutch is a little slippy (saw to it, will test soon) but it is such a pleasure to drive, you turn, and it turns. I had the solid axle in the front... WOW!!!
Baxter, I know this topic has been bashed to bits but you HAVE seen the posts on the clutch mod right? To be honest, I haven't tried it yet but will do now that my 710 is in the "workshop"
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Old 05-24-2004, 08:14 AM   #11127
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Just finished with my kit and would like to know what's the meanest pound for pound .12 engine for a medium tight track.
Go for the Yamada modified OS 12 TR (black body). Its light, 9 fins and definitely the engine for small tight tracks with spare ponies too.

Also idles continously, tunes easily and definitely last more than 8-1/2 mins per standard tank!

Yamada-San ... if you're here, you need to send me a freebie for the plug on your engine!
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You might wanna check this out... Kondo Custom RR12 NovaRossi
Jeez, either the guys knows a hell of lot about each and every engine or he is a nut with the dremmel and an engraving diamond bit!
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Novarossi RR12L3 or RR12L5.
I think when he says pound-for-pound he wants a light engine. The OS 12 TR claims to be lighter than the RR's.
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No lah! PVC pipe wrapped B-type rubber ... maximum drift!
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