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Old 04-22-2006, 09:31 AM   #16546
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Old 04-23-2006, 10:20 AM   #16547
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Lee rocks. Great place if you need to mail order your parts.
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Old 04-23-2006, 09:09 PM   #16549
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Couple question on a MTX 3 , does the car use 0 or 2mm offset wheels ?

What is the recommended gearing for a fairly open track , with a dimention of 220x125x220x75 feet . Right now i have the stock gearing on the car . Running a Mugen MR-12 engine , and stock pipe at the moment but planning on running a RC logics pipe .
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Couple question on a MTX 3 , does the car use 0 or 2mm offset wheels ?

What is the recommended gearing for a fairly open track , with a dimention of 220x125x220x75 feet . Right now i have the stock gearing on the car . Running a Mugen MR-12 engine , and stock pipe at the moment but planning on running a RC logics pipe .
MTX3 ideally need 2mm offset tires.

Gearing for 220 feet ( 67.06 meters ) straight ?? Stock gearings 53/59 are okay. My home track is 75m straight and I use stock gearing from mtx3. However, 52/58 is worth to consider.... I'm most probably switch to 52/58.
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Old 04-24-2006, 09:07 PM   #16551
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Does anyone have a 'Mugen' and 'MTX-3' decal they can spare? I'd be willing to toss them a buck plus postage. Something about two - four inches for each decal.
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Old 04-26-2006, 08:21 PM   #16552
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could someone post how they have wiring done in your mtx3? I have a lrp phaser reciever and I cant seem to get all my wires and reciever tied in together behind the reciever cover
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Old 04-26-2006, 08:29 PM   #16553
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Does anyone have a 'Mugen' and 'MTX-3' decal they can spare? I'd be willing to toss them a buck plus postage. Something about two - four inches for each decal.
nitrohouse has them for $5......
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could someone post how they have wiring done in your mtx3? I have a lrp phaser reciever and I cant seem to get all my wires and reciever tied in together behind the reciever cover
you'll probably have to shorten them.... its what I'm going to do to mine.
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Thats what I was affraid of
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Thats what I was affraid of
someone else might have another alternative, but I can't imagine what it could be.... there's plenty of room for a long wire from the battery but not the servos or a switch...

maybe take the cover off and ziptie it all on. but I rather keep the cover.
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I zip tie excess servo/battery wires to the outside of the receiver cover. Make two holes on the outer cover slide the zip tie through the hole then route the excess wires to the outside of the cover and tie them down or you could cut them short which looks neat BUT cant use them for other application.
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You can also zip tie em but place them between the battery and the throttle servo.
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I received my 2.5 mm carbon fiber sheet from PenguinRC and went to work fabricating the top plate. I think it looks pretty good. Everything fits nicely.
what type of frome bumper is that on your car. and i see wholes all over it and the car, how much weight did it save you? the wholes in the bumper help with impacts doesnt it?
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I simple use the wide bumper minus the foam like the 1/8's do
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