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Old 04-11-2003, 01:46 PM   #2836
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how did u guys make the rx battery for mtx3? Pics will be nice thnx.
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how did u guys make the rx battery for mtx3? Pics will be nice thnx.
I'd love to know that, too. I just buy them, though.
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Cool hopup! That's what I've been looking for. Now, let's see if it can withstand my bashing...
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Old 04-11-2003, 02:21 PM   #2839
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What is your opinion on the rear sway bar 3Racing makes?
i run rubber tyres and the bar is very good!!
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Old 04-11-2003, 03:51 PM   #2840
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what teh diff between 3R universals and the mugen seiki universals? hows the 3R parts ? thnx
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what teh diff between 3R universals and the mugen seiki universals? hows the 3R parts ? thnx
3Racing come pre-assembled, while as Mugen's you'll have to assemble them yourself.
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I had the same problem with leaking fornt diffs. on my MTX-2 and the rear on MTX-3. Try this: Use some sand paper and sand down the diff case (Part T0220E). Sand the part it meets with, Part T0220D. This creates an even smoothe sufrace on the diff case. I used this method on the diffs on my MTX-2 and now on the rear diff on my MTX-3. My diffs never leak.

Let me know how it worked out.
All you have to do is not overfill it.
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Cool hopup! That's what I've been looking for. Now, let's see if it can withstand my bashing...
What is that????
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Looks like front top control arms that are made from metal. The graphite piece looks like the front brace. The hole in the middle might be for a 5th body post. Hummm, dunno, just a guess.
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how did u guys make the rx battery for mtx3? Pics will be nice thnx.
Buy 5 AAA NiMh rechargeable cells and solder them together.
3 on the bottom and the two others on top of them

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No biggie!
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What is that????
Those front upper arms made of Delrin (engineering plastic) and a brace.
I dunno what that's supposed to be good for.
In 2 years racing my MTX2 I broke a couple of parts, but never a front upper a arm
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Those front upper arms made of Delrin (engineering plastic) and a brace.
I dunno what that's supposed to be good for.
In 2 years racing my MTX2 I broke a couple of parts, but never a front upper a arm
the molded plastic upper arm develops slop very soon and the derlin made arm is more robust on slop developing. and i think it said BallBearing inplainted too.
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Here's what I do to make a back up batt incase the the rechargable dies out when running for a while.

4 Alkalines, super glue them and add servo wire extension
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the molded plastic upper arm develops slop very soon and the derlin made arm is more robust on slop developing. and i think it said BallBearing inplainted too.
yeap! Manticore got it darn right! Those bearing will make'm smooth as KY Gel... he he he...
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Here's what I do to make a back up batt incase the the rechargable dies out when running for a while.
4 Alkalines, super glue them and add servo wire extension
thnx Sike and Stefan
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