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Old 06-14-2005, 02:08 AM   #1
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hi guys, i have heard that some people use a different type of rear hub on the GS vision to allow it to accept 30mm tyres. does anyone know the part no. or where i can get them from? thanks.
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Old 06-14-2005, 07:51 AM   #2
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It is a running change. So the part number is the same as the original #.

Ummm....maybe I should get some new servos, the rear hubs, and mod the 2 speed to the mugen clutch/2 speed system....maybe
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wow, can you mod the 2 speed to fit a mugen system on it? i actually have an old GS vision RTR (im fixing it up for some fun club racing)
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I haven't done it.

It requires the mtx3 2 speed assembly, clutch, and a drill. You have to drill a hole on the main shaft for the 2 speed pin. Though you might be able to get away with using the mugen main shaft. The advantages are using a clutch 2 speed and being able to use 0.8 mod gears.
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With $$$ spend to upgrade the drive train, I would rather get an used MTX3. The only good thing going for the GS is the car is like a tank!
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I actually just received a GS Racing Vision Pro from a friend. He didn't even finishing building it and it's just been sitting. Are there any good sites for setup info, or any info on running changes and what not? I'm looking to make a comeback in the nitro racing scene. Thanks a ton guys.

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i know it is cheaper to buy an MTX3, but i work for the importer of GS racing in australia so i get parts for next to nothing. i also never intended on having this car as my proper race car, it is only going to be a basher that i might race occasionaly as a laid back club racer
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