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Old 01-04-2006, 02:42 PM   #2971
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The ninja? Which one of them is that? I have been pretty ancious to see them drive actually
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None of the above its a new motor distributed threw Mugen
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None of the above its a new motor distributed threw Mugen
JP FX T03 MS?
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MS save me some of that track RC GOT that eight scale goin
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Yeah i know about the new motor, it was just the way he said it sounded like one of there nicknames
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I haven't raced my X4 yet but I have noticed something that seems strange. The front bearing for the clutch doesn't seem as though it supports the clutch bell much and thus the bell seems to wobble more than I am used too. It seems as if the 2 SMALL inside bearings are doing all the work. Am I looking at this right?

On a positive note, thanks Mugen for printing the teeth number on the gears.

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I haven't raced my X4 yet but I have noticed something that seems strange. The front bearing for the clutch doesn't seem as though it supports the clutch bell much and thus the bell seems to wobble more than I am used too. It seems as if the 2 SMALL inside bearings are doing all the work. Am I looking at this right?

On a positive note, thanks Mugen for printing the teeth number on the gears.

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Noticed the exact same thing. It's holding up so far but if it does fail I will fit the Kyosho clutch bell or entire clutch that I know doesn't have that problem.
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am looking forward for this coming May Asian Mugen Final in Su Won Korea.

gota do best for qualifying..

abyway for Australia this IFMAR,it gona b d X4 dominations..
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I haven't raced my X4 yet but I have noticed something that seems strange. The front bearing for the clutch doesn't seem as though it supports the clutch bell much and thus the bell seems to wobble more than I am used too. It seems as if the 2 SMALL inside bearings are doing all the work. Am I looking at this right?

On a positive note, thanks Mugen for printing the teeth number on the gears.

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the wobble might affects the clutch power transmission,i think. But anyway its stil good coz now we are using 3pcs bearing instead of 2pcs lastime,but only the bearing is bit too small and cant last like lastime.RPM wise is much better wit smaller 1..

is there any big difference between previous bell and the current?
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Does anyone have the spring rates of the MTX springs?

All I know for sure is Light Blue and Dark Blue. I'm still in the dark about Gray, Purple, and White.

Thanks
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rates in lbs nop..........

but from tha softest to hardest here we go.........

purple 1.6mm
light blue 1.7mm
dark blue 1.7mm
gray 1.8mm
white 1.9mm
red 2.0mm
pink 2.0mm

red and pink ones I'm not sure but I don't think they're produced anymore.........
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Does anyone have the spring rates of the MTX springs?

All I know for sure is Light Blue and Dark Blue. I'm still in the dark about Gray, Purple, and White.

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see attached spring rate chart
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If the MTX-4 springs are the same as the ones for the MTX-3, than this is the table

Mugen MTX 3 Springs

Purple - 1.6mm
Light Blue - 1.7mm
Dark Blue - 1.8mm

Purple front springs= 25lbs
Purple rear springs= 21lbs

Light blue fronts springs= 31lbs
Light blue rear springs= 27lbs

Dark Blue front springs= 32lbs
Dark blue rear springs= 27lbs

All measurements were taken using the Xipp spring dyno.
And the tenths, hundreths, and thousanths were all rounded off to nearest denomination.

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