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Old 08-22-2005, 07:44 PM   #15751
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Same here.

They hold heat, the rims never break or crack, the foam is durable and has as much bite as any other foam.....priced right also.
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Old 08-22-2005, 08:12 PM   #15752
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The GQ's are fine. I used them for a while and they did offer me a sponsorship. I stopped using them, because availability was not consistant. I have switched to Fast Tires on the MTX wheels. The fast tires can be purchased at Ace or Nitrohouse for a very good price. Ace normally charges $15/pr but you buy 3 and get 1 for free. That comes out to $11.25/pr. That is a great deal for a US dealer.
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Old 08-22-2005, 08:38 PM   #15753
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had the same problem, 2 speed getting stuck within the 2d gear housing, just tight the 4mm set screws a little.
mine are separated more than a milimeter, it is new, it's just the 2 speed aluminum housing with wear!

Yea I noticed that the cam had a little bit of slop when it was inside of the shoes. I just ordered some new shoes to be on the safe side. Going to NJ this weekend. Thanks
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Old 08-22-2005, 08:59 PM   #15754
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Yea I noticed that the cam had a little bit of slop when it was inside of the shoes. I just ordered some new shoes to be on the safe side. Going to NJ this weekend. Thanks
hey,i solved d prob by getting few tips from last few pages,1st chnge d ball from 3mm to 4mm,2nd-nonid d ball,just get 8mm setscrew d same size currently 4mm,slam direct,u wil enjoy running wit it even up to 3 races..
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Old 08-22-2005, 09:00 PM   #15755
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Ellegi's.

I am going to try Jaco 2 stage foams after this pair.
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Old 08-22-2005, 09:39 PM   #15756
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I have found that the best tires to use are the Fast Tires with the MTX3 rims.....all others are good... i just found these to be the best
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Old 08-22-2005, 10:30 PM   #15757
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I agree. especially with off set.
But i found kawahara tires are good too and Ellegi is also works well
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Old 08-22-2005, 10:57 PM   #15758
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can you not use for example jaco nitro shoes 0degree off set...do you have to use a off set or can u use 0degree offset........

one question.....i need all of your opinions on this

Should i get a mugen mtx-3 prospec for a good price now or should i wait till the beggining of the season and get one ...........do you guys think the prices will go down considering the mtx-4 is comin gout

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can you not use for example jaco nitro shoes 0degree off set...do you have to use a off set or can u use 0degree offset........

one question.....i need all of your opinions on this

Should i get a mugen mtx-3 prospec for a good price now or should i wait till the beggining of the season and get one ...........do you guys think the prices will go down considering the mtx-4 is comin gout

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- You can use zero degree off set tires and 2 degree offset tires, you may need to do some ajusting.

- I'd wait for the MTX-4, it will be around $350 which is cheaper than what the prospec is priced right now.
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- I'd wait for the MTX-4, it will be around $350 which is cheaper than what the prospec is priced right now.
How do you know MTX4 will be price around $350 ? I think it's fair price considering the price of V1 RRR and 710.
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How do you know MTX4 will be price around $350 ? I think it's fair price considering the price of V1 RRR and 710.
How do I know?

Mike confirmed it for us a while back.

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The MTX-4 will not be more expensive then a MTX-3 Prospec. The MTX-4 is going to be about the same price as a standard MTX-3.
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Thats just WIERD Nelly!
I've been using this idea about 5 months. I haven't replace the clutch since new. Periodical 1 month check is necessary to save TO233 from slip damage.
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yeah but the mtx-4 wont be a prospec will it????

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found the same dilemma, get the mtx4 stock or wait for the prospec. Ive got my mtx3 stock about 2 years and it runs strong as brand new! Ill wait for the prospec version to come out some time next year and see what are the pros and cons once the 4 comes out. too bad that the 4 wont come with front universals and al engine mount
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what brand foams are you guys using on your MTX-3? I just ordered the Fast foams for mine just trying to find other alternate tire sources.


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I've used GRP Devils with great results, you can get them from www.nitrohouse.com for $9 bucks a pair.
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