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Old 07-31-2005, 07:10 PM   #15646
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i have 3rwc serio evo 3 futaba s9252 & s9451. will build it soon.
i just recieved a mtx 3 pro spec, haven't bought the motor or the servos yet. i've heard certain servos don't work well with certain cars, can anyone let me know what works well in the mtx?
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The MTX does not seem to have problems with servo size. Any standard servo should fit ok.
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Old 07-31-2005, 07:35 PM   #15648
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Old 07-31-2005, 08:29 PM   #15649
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Anyone have a solid axle aka spool for sale.(I think they're the same)
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Nitrohouse.com Acehardwarehobbies.com PersisionRC.com Rcmart.com and a few other shops that sell mugen parts will have them. Also checkout speedsterhobbies.com they have the new jaco's on sale also....
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for those in need for more racing time without reacharging, panasonic's hhr-4hpa/2b are the newest aaa ni-mah you can find, the label says 1350mah.
I bet Mike didn't know about these new batteries.
price $7 for each pair.
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Old 08-02-2005, 12:02 AM   #15652
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for those in need for more racing time without reacharging, panasonic's hhr-4hpa/2b are the newest aaa ni-mah you can find, the label says 1350mah.
I bet Mike didn't know about these new batteries.
price $7 for each pair.
Where did you get them.

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Old 08-02-2005, 12:11 AM   #15653
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What pipe are you guys using with the Mugen X12 engine?
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Tech Apprenticef: The spool should be ran on a small tight technical coarse with lots of traction. The Diff should be used when you have a small track with little traction or where you would have a small tight track. The one-way works best on a large sweeping turn type track.

Also, I have the Kawahara part for the person looking for the spool. Part is new in Package....PM sent
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Thanks rcfoolz, I have a tight track and was using the dif, but the car wouldn't turn. I switched to the spool and now the car is real loose, I guess I will have to find a way to get a little more rear bite without making it push like a dump truck.
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try 30k diff oil in the front and 10k in the rear.
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I have tried from 50K down to 5K in the front and from 30K down to 3K in the rear. If that diff is in the car it just pushes like crazy, mostly off power but still a small amount on power. The car is a lot better with a spool, its just real loose.
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I have tried from 50K down to 5K in the front and from 30K down to 3K in the rear. If that diff is in the car it just pushes like crazy, mostly off power but still a small amount on power. The car is a lot better with a spool, its just real loose.
what is your toe in on the front, if its to far in you wont have enough steering, also try changing the caster on the car, the less caster u use the better the steering you will get.
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I had from 0 to 2 degrees out on the toe and had the least amount of caster. I even pulled the front swaybar, ran thinner shock oil, softer springs and softer tires and still couldn't get the steering needed. The car is alot better with the spool and so are my lap times. I just really have to work the throttle to keep the car under me. I thought that a tight parking lot track with so so traction would suit the diff more, but I guess not.
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you may try this and get a similar result from a solid front diff but a little forgiving which may help.

leave whatever you have in the rear diff.
put 70k or 100k diff oil in the front.

also, it helps to lower the front ride height. try 2mm split with tire and ride height. i.e. 3.5mm front and 5.5mm rear ride height and 60 tire front and 62 tire rear. it will give you a lot of turn in.
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