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Old 11-14-2005, 07:13 AM   #2056
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How come your name is joemugen? if you have a kyosho's? lol thats werd broo. To be honest w/ you. mugen its way much better and easy to build than kyosho. And the parts all over the place not kyosho. Lol thats why im selling my RRR. Kyosho they have a really good drivers only. In fact MUGEN is much better than kyosho if you based on ENGINEERING & DISIGNER...
i also feel that mugen has very good engineering and disigners. i have to admit that i felt the mrx-4 i had was an excellent designed car. i sold because the track went out of business.
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Old 11-14-2005, 07:17 AM   #2057
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for all those who replied to my post, thanks for your advice.
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Old 11-14-2005, 08:16 AM   #2058
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for all those who replied to my post, thanks for your advice.
Did you used to call yourself serpentjoe ? and are you from Ney Jersey?
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Old 11-14-2005, 08:18 AM   #2059
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Old 11-14-2005, 08:25 AM   #2060
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Old 11-14-2005, 09:34 AM   #2062
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Did you used to call yourself serpentjoe ? and are you from Ney Jersey?
no i am not from new jersey. my screenname has always been joemugen. the first car i drove was the mtx-3, and since i have run the serpent and kyosho as well. i feel all the cars run very well, but my personal preference is the kyosho. but i have not gotten a chance to see the mtx-4 and i am excited to get a chance to see this car run.
regardless what car i drive, my screename will always be joemugen. i have many friends that i pm and chat with on this site and they know me by joemugen, so even though right now i do not drive a mugen, i do not see any reason to change the name.
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Old 11-14-2005, 10:58 AM   #2063
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So far, the only other person that has acknowledged a rub on the 2 speed housing is rcfoolz.

Rcfoolz: Check your clutch for a blown bearing. When my inner most clutch bearing went, the clutch bell had a pronounced wobble to it and I am wondering if that caused the rub or if it was chassis flex during a hard crash. If other people that have run their car hard (not just up and down the street in front of the house) take a look and see if they have a rub mark. IF you do, remove the engine and check the clutch bearings. Please report your findings.
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Old 11-14-2005, 11:07 AM   #2064
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that makes a lot of sense scott. because i drove my car pretty hard and i also had a very bad accident that broke the shock tower which would have flexed the chassis (if there was any) but i don't have any rub marks. so i guess, the bearing blowing out, making the bell wobble, would scuff and make the rub marks. when you do find a better bearing to use, please post the brand/part# and where to get it. thanks man
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Old 11-14-2005, 07:23 PM   #2065
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Noob question: Is it just my computer or the Mugen Forum on the company website is not online yet?
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Old 11-14-2005, 07:26 PM   #2066
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I think the mugenracing.com forum is not working anymore. RobbieC or someone mentioned its closed indefinitely...
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that makes a lot of sense scott. because i drove my car pretty hard and i also had a very bad accident that broke the shock tower which would have flexed the chassis (if there was any) but i don't have any rub marks. so i guess, the bearing blowing out, making the bell wobble, would scuff and make the rub marks. when you do find a better bearing to use, please post the brand/part# and where to get it. thanks man
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oh yeah!!! i gotta reply to you, it's one more opportunity i can't miss!

what's the word on your mtx-4??
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Old 11-14-2005, 07:58 PM   #2069
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No word as of yet, hopefully by Wednesday or so !!!!

Any Idea where to get one in a timely manner would help, for a good price of course !!!!

The goose is on E-Bay, all the fixins included !!!!

I have some after market parts on the way , however, with no car, no put together !!!
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hi..anyone havin problem the tires touching either the front/rear knuckle...(when using 0 offset tires) thanks...
the safest is kawahara,then go elegi.
reason u gota look for tyre which is atleast 1mm offset and inner rim diameter like zac and elegi which i dun remember d mm,so then it wont touch d bottom rear knuckle.

kawahara made for mugen..
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