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Old 11-03-2005, 02:18 PM   #1786
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How do you set the camber for the MTX-4? I could not find anything in the kit. I can not wait to run this car.
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Old 11-03-2005, 02:20 PM   #1787
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my set is front 1,5 camber, and rear 3

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Old 11-03-2005, 02:34 PM   #1788
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How do you set the camber for the MTX-4? I could not find anything in the kit. I can not wait to run this car.
you will need a setup station. if you don't own one, go to your local race track or hobby shop and they should be able to hook you up. you may also pick up a RPM camber gauge for like $9. it's not as accurate but better than "eyeballing"... good luck
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Old 11-03-2005, 03:47 PM   #1789
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SANWA VRX OR WRX??(servos..)

Wich one do you prefer?

Answer PLEASE!

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Old 11-03-2005, 05:02 PM   #1790
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Answer PLEASE!

thanks..bye

Very annoying way to ask a question isn't it???? And to think that that the thread is for MTX4
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Old 11-03-2005, 05:13 PM   #1791
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Sorry, i'm italian and i don't speak english very well!


I have an mtx4, and i have to buy the servos..!

Sorry again, sorry!

Thansk, bye

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jez....have you re-read your post? Your sentence structure could use a little work also.
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Old 11-03-2005, 06:57 PM   #1793
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just a question i had an R40 but sold it. Wanting to get back into the onroad next summer and let my dad race my TTR. anyways is the MTX-4 better then the R40?
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just a question i had an R40 but sold it. Wanting to get back into the onroad next summer and let my dad race my TTR. anyways is the MTX-4 better then the R40?
Yah the MTX4 is better then the R40.. coz its new, its a mugen




Disclaimer: Pls note.. this is a personal opinion.. no flaming intended in anyways..

i think all the brands out there are good in their own ways.. its just which you prefer.
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Old 11-03-2005, 10:58 PM   #1795
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As far as Mugen USA support goes, how is this really going to hurt anybody? It is not like if you break an arm at the track that they are going to replace it. There is no warranty on these cars. Are the team drivers not going to help us at the track if our car doesn't have a serial number on it? What about when someone with a US car puts on an aftermarket chassis? Does he need to carry his original one with him to the races so they know his car is a US car? I bought an overseas car because they were not available here. Is that a crime? If the price would have been 450 overseas, I still would have bought it. I wanted to get the car and I didn't want to wait. Anyways, I think the whole serial number thing is kind of retarded, but that is only my opinion. Am I standing alone here?
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Old 11-03-2005, 11:05 PM   #1796
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very retarted

I think the serial number thing is gonna hurt the local hobby shops more.

If a part is missing out of the box, isnt there a little piece of paper
called a receipt or proof of purchase. to protect mugen SA and other
distributors.

If the local hobby shop doesnt want to sell me part coz I got an
overseas kit, well then stiff shit I will get it from overseas cheap and faster.
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As far as Mugen USA support goes, how is this really going to hurt anybody? It is not like if you break an arm at the track that they are going to replace it. There is no warranty on these cars. Are the team drivers not going to help us at the track if our car doesn't have a serial number on it? What about when someone with a US car puts on an aftermarket chassis? Does he need to carry his original one with him to the races so they know his car is a US car? I bought an overseas car because they were not available here. Is that a crime? If the price would have been 450 overseas, I still would have bought it. I wanted to get the car and I didn't want to wait. Anyways, I think the whole serial number thing is kind of retarded, but that is only my opinion. Am I standing alone here?
It's ironic that we love Mugen cars but all this support thing is not right. The main reason for having a facility in the US is to have a better/quicker support for people who live in US - so what's the deal with the support...

I bought my kit here in the US, other than the serial number being different from the oversea kit, there are the set of tires and separate bag for front bulkhead (bag B). Correct me if this is same with oversea kit.

If there's anything else that is different, please let us know...
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just a question i had an R40 but sold it. Wanting to get back into the onroad next summer and let my dad race my TTR. anyways is the MTX-4 better then the R40?
Don't take that wrong, but the MTX2 was better than the R40
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Anyways, I think the whole serial number thing is kind of retarded, but that is only my opinion. Am I standing alone here?

No, you're not!!
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I personally went to this supposed store and found a residential home.

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I bet that his os engines are also imported overseas! no warranty from tower hobbies
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