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Old 07-01-2007, 03:52 AM   #8716
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Yes, here.

Someone reported it as broken link earlier (thanks) so I've fixed it and hosted the file directly.
Hehe yeah that was me. 1 broken link on the internet down about 1 billion to go

Thanks for the file I really appreciate it.
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Old 07-01-2007, 03:59 AM   #8717
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Hehe yeah that was me. 1 broken link on the internet down about 1 billion to go

Thanks for the file I really appreciate it.
Thanks again for reporting it, I appreciate it too ... and yes, only a billion to go.
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Old 07-01-2007, 06:01 AM   #8718
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thanks sow for the link
could you post an editable setup sheet for the mtx4R
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Old 07-01-2007, 06:17 AM   #8719
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thanks sow for the link
could you post an editable setup sheet for the mtx4R
Is there a different setup sheet? I don't have a copy.
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Old 07-01-2007, 01:08 PM   #8720
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no i dun have dremel ,here selling very expensive so refuse to buy 1 since i was just half year expenriance rc exciment~

at the end the screw was taken out by bigger plier by holding bottom of the steering stand , twist it n "click" , loose~

ps: never buy steel screw again... never~(i realize, those original black screw more tough than that~hmm)
On the hardware stores there are some reversed drill bits that are for removing screws like the one you show. You need to chuck it on a electric screwdriver, press it to the screw, put the electric screwdriver on reverse rotation (to unscrew) and the sharp edges of the bit, do a cut on the screw, grab it and unscrew it easily. The reverse bits I'm talking are very cheap.

To avoid on the future rounding more screws, just use a nice hex driver, not a ball allen drivers and of course, the stock screw set is one of the best you can put on your car, are made from a nice and durable steel.
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On the hardware stores there are some reversed drill bits that are for removing screws like the one you show. You need to chuck it on a electric screwdriver, press it to the screw, put the electric screwdriver on reverse rotation (to unscrew) and the sharp edges of the bit, do a cut on the screw, grab it and unscrew it easily. The reverse bits I'm talking are very cheap.

To avoid on the future rounding more screws, just use a nice hex driver, not a ball allen drivers and of course, the stock screw set is one of the best you can put on your car, are made from a nice and durable steel.

ic... i will buy another set hex driver then... hardware store hex driver set not that strong too if compare with lhs hex tools ... my 1.5mm & 3mm still using "stenley" hex driver , some grub screw 1.5mm strips too(droop screw, trottle linkage etc...)will buy from lhs future, is more expensive but really good quality harden steel...
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Old 07-01-2007, 07:10 PM   #8722
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where can i find hop ups/up grades for a mugen mtx4 or mtx4r?
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I occasionally feel my car steering stick to the road ( not responsive ? ) . It feels like the steering is "glued" to the road following the corner curve. ........ My car feels enjoying the corner curve while the road is already straight ahead.

My servo is 13kg ( Sanwa ERG-VX ). Steering collar tension is 2mm.
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Old 07-02-2007, 04:27 AM   #8724
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I occasionally feel my car steering stick to the road ( not responsive ? ) . It feels like the steering is "glued" to the road following the corner curve. ........ My car feels enjoying the corner curve while the road is already straight ahead.

My servo is 13kg ( Sanwa ERG-VX ). Steering collar tension is 2mm.
Is not a matter of torque on your servo (my servo only has a 'measly' 8Kgm and doesn't do that), disassemble all the steering and check for binding parts and the correct condition of the bearings on the steering post.
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where can i find hop ups/up grades for a mugen mtx4 or mtx4r?
thanks!
This will give you an idea of what's available.

3 Racing
http://www.3racing.com.hk/x_products...0Seiki%20MTX-4

Kawahara Racing
http://www.kawahara-racing.co.jp/ZAC...artslist..html

Mugen Seiki Germany
http://www.mid-mugen.de/

MTX-4R Parts List
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http://www.mugenseiki.com/mtx4r-partslist-e.pdf
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Part number MUGH0863 is a 22mm titanium turnbuckle, but does anyone know what is the diameter of this turnbuckle?
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Part number MUGH0863 is a 22mm titanium turnbuckle, but does anyone know what is the diameter of this turnbuckle?
it is a 3MM turn buckle
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lookin for a starting point for my 4

running a yellow pad

light weight shoes

and a msr spring.

once my car hits 2nd its a wrap, but gettin there seems like slow punishment

im running a stock ninja 12.
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lookin for a starting point for my 4

running a yellow pad

light weight shoes

and a msr spring.

once my car hits 2nd its a wrap, but gettin there seems like slow punishment

im running a stock ninja 12.
try 2 shoes with weights
super hard spring,nut at .9 to 1mm
gray pad
the msr spring is for 1/8 i think and in 1/10 makes the clutch slip to much or i found it did.
the yellow pad dose grab sooner though,its all in what you want the clutch to do.
keep playing with it.
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thanks for the info!
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