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Old 03-29-2003, 08:59 PM   #2656
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What happened to the Ofna cars.
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Old 03-29-2003, 09:06 PM   #2657
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What happened to the Ofna cars.
I believe they're was only 1 in the main "Jose Casass"
But he had some problem, Not realy sure what it was.
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Old 03-29-2003, 10:55 PM   #2659
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hmmm,seems like i still have a problem with my front diffi have all the peices to the diff. now and i want to know the best way to build it without it leaking,without the use of airseal(because i know it doesn't work for me).should i use the stock screws or should i buy some longer ones?thanx
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You may have put to much in or you did'nt use a gasket to seal the two halfves

put all of the gears in the bigger half of the diff together first,
then put enough lube into the diff so that it just covers all of the gears, then stand it up on end so that all of the lube settles to the bottom, then apply the other half with the gasket and fasten it together with the 4 screws
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I believe they're was only 1 in the main "Jose Casass"
But he had some problem, Not realy sure what it was.
Just givin Jose a little stab. Good race Jose....
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hmmm,seems like i still have a problem with my front diffi have all the peices to the diff. now and i want to know the best way to build it without it leaking,without the use of airseal(because i know it doesn't work for me).should i use the stock screws or should i buy some longer ones?thanx
Airseal is too thin and runny. You need automotive silicone(black or clear will do). You also need to apply the silicone to both sides of the gasket and make sure all the parts are clean.

Also, like Tennessee said, you may have put too much lube in there too.
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i did exactly what the manual says (fill up to where they cross)i think my case is stripped.
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Hi
has any of u guys uses a fifth body post for the MTX-3.
What are the uses? any feedback on it?
just been to K-factory website, saw the 5th body post hop-up but
was thinking if it is really good.

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Works great

It keeps the body from flexing where the bottom of the window meets the hood
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Can you reveal your airtronics setup for us?I am from n.Cali and wanted to race Revelations and thought why not ask.

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I went back to the stock settup for the last round of qualifying

I did lay the front shocks down all the way.

I went 1 hole up on the rear shocks

37 fronts 62mm 40 rears at 62.5

I used the old stratus body

Droop was 2 in front and 6 in rear

Sway bars were both flat

16-20 pinion 43-47 spurs

61215L RD-LOGICS 1 piece pipe

Ran the same in the main except 45 degress on the front swaybar
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Mugen finishes 1-2-3 at airtronics race
Race results click here www.revrace.com
the guy on the left is really stylin with those shorts.

i really want an MTX3 but the parking lots i run on arent the cleanest.. any suggestions?
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Old 03-30-2003, 02:28 PM   #2670
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Shaft drive HPI?????
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