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Old 06-07-2005, 02:47 PM   #15271
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Chris,
Check Ebay and do a search for item # 5980089564. It is made by Dragon Racing. Hope this helps.
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Old 06-07-2005, 03:38 PM   #15272
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Hello Peter,

Kawahara does make this aluminum piece (K781)

that replaces the gears insde the front or rear diff and therefore makes it solid.

I just put mine together after having it for years but never used it.

Do you have a setup for a front spool? I might have to use mine at the LRP Masters in two weeks.

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I solved my problem fitting some JBweld inside an old diff... Works perfectly.... Kinda heavy but solves the problem...
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Old 06-07-2005, 03:54 PM   #15273
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Thanks Redvet79, that's what I was looking for!
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Old 06-07-2005, 05:02 PM   #15274
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hi Stefan, we all really missed having you around at the winternats this year. hope you can make the trip in the future. it's nice to have another palmaris supporter running at the big races. I will try to get the kawahara piece before i go to cali but if it doesn't come in time i will do the jb will talk to you later thanks for your imput and also jlmg1971 Peter
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Hi

Anyone know where I can get the Kfactory 5th body post K1319
apart from borders.

Thank you
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Hi guys...If anyone is interested, I just added bumpers and some light weight clutch pieces for the MTX-3 http://www.pdubracing.com/products.htm

If you have any questions please PM or e-mail me.
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Old 06-08-2005, 12:18 AM   #15277
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I solved my problem fitting some JBweld inside an old diff... Works perfectly.... Kinda heavy but solves the problem...
Yeah, that works too, it's just kinda heavy.
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hi Stefan, we all really missed having you around at the winternats this year. hope you can make the trip in the future. it's nice to have another palmaris supporter running at the big races. I will try to get the kawahara piece before i go to cali but if it doesn't come in time i will do the jb will talk to you later thanks for your imput and also jlmg1971 Peter
Hey Peter,

who knows, maybe I'll make the trip to the Fort sometimes, but there's also a lot of racing going on here.
In two weeks I'll be going to the LRP Nitro TC Masters.

I had a few people already asking me what s.o.b. engines I'm running

Now I just need to find a way to get them in touch with Palmaris so they can start using BRB.
Or maybe I'll keep that advantage all to myself

When you go to Cali, you should have a much easier time finding it over there.
Have you been to Ultimate Hobbies in Orange?

If they don't have it, they don't make it

Or maybe Eddie the Fish can hook you up.

Have fun over there and say hi to Edward and Leo from me.

Later,

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Check Ebay and do a search for item # 5980089564. It is made by Dragon Racing. Hope this helps.
cheers just what i was looking for thanks
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Old 06-08-2005, 06:22 AM   #15280
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HI i understand it just fine can any one tell me what gearing is good for racing on a big track
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HI i understand it just fine can any one tell me what gearing is good for racing on a big track
Are yo using standard gear pitch or .8 modular?
Also how long is the straightaway?
Is the infield tight or open?
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Hi im using standard gear pitch and the straight is about 35 meters and the infield is tight
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Old 06-08-2005, 07:05 AM   #15283
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Hi whats the best top speed that sum one got out of a MTX-3 has any one got it passed 130kph
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Old 06-08-2005, 07:32 AM   #15284
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I'll bite on this one.
Top speed depends on your gearing, tire size and engine RPM. You need the largest pinion and the smallest spur with the largest tire size and the highest engine RPM. You'll get a higher top speed with the .8 module gearing. There's a calculator floating around online that can help you calculate your theoretical top speed according to all those factors I mentioned above. Now all that being said, if you're racing on a track, a setup like that is completely useless because the car will have zero acceleration. You will lose more ground to other drivers in the infield than you will gain on the straight.
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what would be the best gearing for racing
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