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Old 01-06-2006, 02:00 PM   #3001
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Telemetry on the MTX-4....Pics...
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Is that made by Kawahara? I'm thinking of getting one too but still saving up some cash....
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Hi, is that sway bar softer than the 2.0mm bar from Mugen at any angle? That is what I'm looking for and I'd rather not fabricate my own swaybar.
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Is that made by Kawahara? I'm thinking of getting one too but still saving up some cash....
Yes, part no. K766 4000yen
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Yeah...but it costs $50 in the US >_<;
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Hi, is that sway bar softer than the 2.0mm bar from Mugen at any angle? That is what I'm looking for and I'd rather not fabricate my own swaybar.
Have not test , but i used 2.5mm on my 3, then when Kawahara relesaed that, i got one. Used at about 45deg
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Yeah...but it costs $50 in the US >_<;
Wow, almost hk $400 yen to hk $ should be $260.
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Wow, almost hk $400 yen to hk $ should be $260.
I know........ I miss HK so much~~
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By the way, i'm waiting for other option parts from Kawahara :

K-870 pro chassis with vent
K-852 aj upper arm bracket

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Have not test , but i used 2.5mm on my 3, then when Kawahara relesaed that, i got one. Used at about 45deg
Thanks. I'm looking for a much thinner swaybar than the stock one. It seems like the sway bar is a lot stiffer than on my V-One RRR.
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Does anyone have setups for your local low bite medium size tracks to share?

I'm starting to get the feeling that this car needs a spool or a diff.
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Does anyone have setups for your local low bite medium size tracks to share?

I'm starting to get the feeling that this car needs a spool or a diff.
http://www.mugenseiki.com/setupsheet...03005_spl2.pdf

This is by one of my favourite driver Keisuke Fukuda, one of the world level drivers and one of the best drivers for MugenSeiki Japan, he is winning races with the MTX4 in japan recently. Hope this may give u some idea.
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http://www.mugenseiki.com/setupsheet...03005_spl2.pdf

This is by one of my favourite driver Keisuke Fukuda, one of the world level drivers and one of the best drivers for MugenSeiki Japan, he is winning races with the MTX4 in japan recently. Hope this may give u some idea.
I already saw that. First of all I don't think most of us drive at the level Fukuda does and that's in Japan where the asphalt mixture is different. I'd like to know what everyone here in the US is doing with their own cars. His setup seems really aggresive to me anyway.

Thanks though
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I already saw that. First of all I don't think most of us drive at the level Fukuda does and that's in Japan where the asphalt mixture is different. I'd like to know what everyone here in the US is doing with their own cars. His setup seems really aggresive to me anyway.

Thanks though
Hm....sorry I can't help at all And thanks for teaching me another lesson......anyways, all I can remember is that one guy from my LHS did recomanded using front diff for the car in low bite condition...I still have to wait until the weather gets warmer to try out the car >_<;......wish you the best in finding your desired setup tho.
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