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Old 08-03-2006, 04:39 AM   #5641
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Mugen just released a new version of fuel tank to be bundled with the new box set. Does anyone know what it is, it said it is related to the regualtion and also the cell capacity. Even i used the translation s/w, i could not quite understand.
#T0050 MTX-4シャーシキット
¥37674(税込定価\48300)

最新型1/10ツーリングカー、MTX-4が再入荷しました。今回入荷分より内容が小変更がされました。
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・燃料タンク内に容量調整用の部品が装着され、レース規定によってタンク容量を変更できます。
・サイドベルトテンショナーの形状が変更され、プレートを外さなくてもエンジンの積み下ろしが可能になりま した。
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Old 08-03-2006, 06:32 AM   #5642
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his is what babelfish say
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#T0050 MTX-4 chassis kit XXYEN 37674 (including tax price \48300) The latest line of 1/10 touring car, MTX-4 re-arrived. This time arrival amount compared to contents were done small modification. * The part for capacity adjustment can be installed inside the modification contents fuel tank, can modify tank capacity with race/lace stipulation. Side belt the tensioner - form is modified, the plate is not removed and the て the stacking lowering of the engine becomes possible and the ま does


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Old 08-03-2006, 06:43 AM   #5643
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Thanks wallyedmonds,

I guess I try next time when the track is clean.

I might as well try A and B rear block to feel the different.
the c will give you a higher RC and when you do the upper link iner high it gives you a higher RC to iv only run a car without sways once and it just rulls over like a truck so i allways run sways your tires are on the mark i mostly run 40 to 42,but when a track is slippery it just sucks lol and lets not forget about the cluch setup this has an affect an the car too, you may wont to use just the hard spring insed of the super hard that comes with the car and set it to .08 im using the msr super duper crazy hard spring LOL for high pite tracks and yes this kills belts but its faster
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Old 08-03-2006, 08:30 PM   #5644
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What are the number of teeth of mtx4's pulleys:
rear diff pulley-brake pulley-rear side pulley-front side pulley-front center pulley-front diff pulley?
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Old 08-03-2006, 10:08 PM   #5645
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What are the number of teeth of mtx4's pulleys:
rear diff pulley-brake pulley-rear side pulley-front side pulley-front center pulley-front diff pulley?
Thanks again
i know the sides are 18 25 or 24 for overdrive i think the front is 18 the rear i dono i got to check them,why do you wont to know,your not gona get 3racing pulleys are you.
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Old 08-04-2006, 01:44 AM   #5646
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Could somebody let me know the use of the hole indicated?
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Old 08-04-2006, 01:58 AM   #5647
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I think to put a zip tie for refueling. Some people prefer to open the fuel cap from rear windshield.
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Could somebody let me know the use of the hole indicated?
THX very much!
yes that would be used for a fuel tank lid zip tie.
who makes these and where are they available from?
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Old 08-04-2006, 04:26 AM   #5649
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yes that would be used for a fuel tank lid zip tie.
who makes these and where are they available from?
That means it is just for the race only? I saw it on a website: http://www.km-rc.com/oscommerce/cata...2d3c6e12fc6a60
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That means it is just for the race only? I saw it on a website: http://www.km-rc.com/oscommerce/cata...2d3c6e12fc6a60
i had a look at the website and it stated that that feture was designed for the purpous of being able to use a zip tie to help save time when pitstopping by the winner of the preworlds.
shame that its not made 4mm thick though as its not as strong as other upgrade rear shocktowers out there
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i had a look at the website and it stated that that feture was designed for the purpous of being able to use a zip tie to help save time when pitstopping by the winner of the preworlds.
shame that its not made 4mm thick though as its not as strong as other upgrade rear shocktowers out there
Thank you! But the original one is only 2.5mm thick. I already thought it is tough enough. You think that 3mm is not enough??
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I think to put a zip tie for refueling. Some people prefer to open the fuel cap from rear windshield.
Thanks a lot!!
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Thank you! But the original one is only 2.5mm thick. I already thought it is tough enough. You think that 3mm is not enough??
i think the upgrade towers from mugen and from kawahara are 4mm thick.
i got myself a mugen 4mm tower for the extra strenght and i'll have to make the slot for the zip tie myself as it doent come with this feature
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The rear shock tower mentioned in the picture looks fragile to me. Too many openings eventhough it was made from 4mm carbon. I guess it's not enough material especially on the holes section.

As itchy said, buy Mugen 4mm rear tower as first choice first.

I keep everything in my car Mugen Seiki original. I fight my appetite from wasting money on hop ups and after market products.
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The rear shock tower mentioned in the picture looks fragile to me. Too many openings eventhough it was made from 4mm carbon. I guess it's not enough material especially on the holes section.

As itchy said, buy Mugen 4mm rear tower as first choice first.

I keep everything in my car Mugen Seiki original. I fight my appetite from wasting money on hop ups and after market products.
Amen !! I totally agree.
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