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Old 03-09-2009, 12:39 AM   #1
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Unhappy Dropping a crf into a mtx4r

Hi, yall has anyone had a problem with the crf Josh Cyrul edition. I dropped it into my mtx4r and noticed that it was hitting the brake disc. I tried to move the carb around with no success. Can anyone help
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shave a bit off the carby, till it is spins free
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Hi, yall has anyone had a problem with the crf Josh Cyrul edition. I dropped it into my mtx4r and noticed that it was hitting the brake disc. I tried to move the carb around with no success. Can anyone help
i have seen crfs in mtx4r without a problem.look in the crf forum and ask someone with this engine-car compo.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/exclusiv...sho-crf-2.html
see this and think twice to cut it.it doesn't need to!
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Hey thanks guys...I'll ask around
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