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Old 04-28-2003, 02:36 PM   #3406
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I want you guys to wish me luck to get the greatest nitro touring car at the moment the MTX-3. I just need to sell my old RC in order to be able to buy the MTX-3 with the MR-12
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It's a great car. You won't regret! And, welcome to the MTX-3 Forum!
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Old 04-28-2003, 02:36 PM   #3407
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here is my new transponder mount and 5th body post

Don't you have problems with your transponder mounted on graphite?
Yesterday, I saw a guy with problems because he mounted his transponder on aluminum and the computer didn't counted his laps. The instructions say not to let the transponder be in contact with metal nor graphite.
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Well not exactly but ... it doesn't matter anyway i just needed to write it.
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Old 04-28-2003, 02:43 PM   #3409
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Now for you all i have found the cause and how to stop your tank from splitting.

where the rubber gromets are (tank out) there and two rounded edges. file these away so the tank hole is completly square. the rear one sits on the welded joint and when the tank is fitted it touches and causeses the tank to fracture.
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Old 04-28-2003, 02:43 PM   #3410
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I 've read actually the whole forum and am quite concerned about the dogbone problem because my LHS doesn't have the hop ups for the MTX-3.
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Old 04-28-2003, 02:46 PM   #3411
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I 've read actually the whole forum and am quite concerned about the dogbone problem because my LHS doesn't have the hop ups for the MTX-3.
get the mtx2 dogbones, they are a bit longer.
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Can't because my dealer has recently started to import Mugen products but I may have to machine them myself. The bad thing is that they will be havier.
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Can't because my dealer has recently started to import Mugen products but I may have to machine them myself. The bad thing is that they will be havier.
Speed de: Go to this site:

http://www.justrc.com

And order one or two sets of the universals (beware, is cheap and addictive). A pair of bags of universals costs less than a half the cost of the Mugen universals, so if you snap one, replacing it shouldn't be a big problem.

BTW: Is quite hard to read the +100 pages long, specially when we are bored and some start on chit-chat on the thread.
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Your transmitter is a Ko Mars-R (has a high brightness blue led)
Uhg... the death ray!

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BTW: Is quite hard to read the +100 pages long, specially when we are bored and some start on chit-chat on the thread.
Agreed, I've been flipping through it as much as possible, but still, there is quite a bit of info... and chatter.

I'll have my MTX-3 ordered either tonight, or tommorow.

..and another quick question, the Mugen Power Pack 730... can I use any of the Trinity RX packs? They are 1100mah for the same price.
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Old 04-28-2003, 03:15 PM   #3415
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any of you guys ever heard of carlsern-tuned MR-12? I bought one recently as a replacement for my Sirio 5ports on my MTX3 and quite suprised with the performance. What really suprised me is.. I can get around 10mins run-time on high traction, medium size track. The performance is awesome compareable to JP or MS-tuned nova....if not better.
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no you must use a mugen pack or another made from AAA cell size batteries

i have heard an ofna brick pack also fits but thats all as far as i know those are the only options

i also have the death ray radio it also makes a great flashlight
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just to let you guys know...it the MR-12 Carlsern was tuned to standard as per factory... NOT leaned.
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i also have the death ray radio it also makes a great flashlight
Yeah!, quite handy to flash and blind the competition just in the last minute This is an advantage over those guys that go with the 3PK.
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Order is in. I am now (soon to be) a proud mugen owner. Thanks for all the help guys. You can take a break, I probably won't need you 'till i start buildin the thing.

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Old 04-28-2003, 04:22 PM   #3420
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Jajajaja !!!

Ok ok, i got it.

Vale vale, entendํ.

Ta bom, eu entendi a ideia.

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