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Old 04-21-2003, 11:25 AM   #3016
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i guess i need to buy screwdriver.

manticore the stock oil is #600 right? I dont have the 55 wt., can I use the 60 wt instead?
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i guess i need to buy screwdriver.

manticore the stock oil is #600 right? I dont have the 55 wt., can I use the 60 wt instead?
yes, stock shock oil is #600, i think 60Wt does work similar.
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Old 04-21-2003, 11:36 AM   #3018
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yes, stock shock oil is #600, i think 60Wt does work similar.
thnx again. u guys are the best.
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Old 04-21-2003, 12:05 PM   #3019
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For the head screws, say bye bye to those old Novarossi flat head, and get yourself a whachama call it, hex or whatever. I'm not good at this mechanical terms on screws.
how many times do i have to tell you , those screws are cheese head screws, not flat head screws, the whachama call it screws you talked about are hex socket cap screws.
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Hello,

First, say no no to all those Al. Pulleys, and belts shall be with you for quite some time.

If you have plain stock chassis, you may likely encounter the problem on the Front belt. Later, if your long mid belt rubs against the manifold, that'll be next.

For the head screws, say bye bye to those old Novarossi flat head, and get yourself a whachama call it, hex or whatever. I'm not good at this mechanical terms on screws.

For the Shock oil, personally, I assume that 600 is 60, 500 is 50 and so on. People, please correct me.

Plain stock chassis has a problem with the belts???? Please advise...my MTX3 kit arriving this week.
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Old 04-21-2003, 01:04 PM   #3021
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how many times do i have to tell you , those screws are cheese head screws, not flat head screws, the whachama call it screws you talked about are hex socket cap screws.
guess I really need to take the Screw 101.
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guess I really need to take the Screw 101.
why do you think i keep saying "screw you" and "you are screwed" to you ? :X
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... Also with weight your car is more stable.
oh! wow... No wonder mine was so darn STABLE that it ain't move for months!!!
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fish, anyone?
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Old 04-21-2003, 01:28 PM   #3025
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Plain stock chassis has a problem with the belts???? Please advise...my MTX3 kit arriving this week.
I have the MTX-2 w/ Kawahara chassis, and there is a groove for the MTX-2 long frong belt. So, a friend of mine made a groove on my MTX-3, as well. This way, I can rule out the chance of having the belt slap the chassis. Don't know if anyone else does the same.
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wait... so at a technical track would a heavier car be best or a lighter car?????/
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why do you think i keep saying "screw you" and "you are screwed" to you ? :X
Hi, Data:

Believe or not, I finally test the MR12. I really like the bottom end. So far, I do not think so fast as the S3. Anyway, may be after your adjustment, will be a lot better.

Thanks a lot.

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Hi, Data:

Believe or not, I finally test the MR12. I really like the bottom end. So far, I do not think so fast as the S3. Anyway, may be after your adjustment, will be a lot better.

Thanks a lot.

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Take that MR12 and bring it over to Crystal Park this Saturday for us to see, will you?
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Hi, Data:

Believe or not, I finally test the MR12. I really like the bottom end. So far, I do not think so fast as the S3. Anyway, may be after your adjustment, will be a lot better.

Thanks a lot.

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master ken:

let me borrow the engine for two weeks (don't worry, i will return it in two weeks, not months like some other guys )

ok bottom but no top.......... what am i going to do..... by the way, what gearing were you using ?

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can someone please answer my question?????????/
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