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Old 04-29-2003, 09:09 AM   #3496
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So do the RR belts fit the MTX3? Please advise...

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Old 04-29-2003, 09:11 AM   #3497
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all 3 of them???
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5850 is the next lucky number to bet...b'cos Manti and DTM is having the same number of posts right now...!!!
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all 3 of them???
nope, i tried the side belt with no problem but havent tried the rear.
The front does not!
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Old 04-29-2003, 09:14 AM   #3500
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5850 is the next lucky number to bet...b'cos Manti and DTM is having the same number of posts right now...!!!
Huh! this means a deathmatch between manti and dtm to see what's the new posting mani.... ahem! would say the king.
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Old 04-29-2003, 09:16 AM   #3501
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Huh! this means a deathmatch between manti and dtm to see what's the new posting mani.... ahem! would say the king.
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Old 04-29-2003, 09:18 AM   #3502
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i havent received your rotor...perhaps its under quarantine for 10 days...
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i havent received your rotor...perhaps its under quarantine for 10 days...
Sent last week, at the same time as others, should arrive on every moment.
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Huh! this means a deathmatch between manti and dtm to see what's the new posting mani.... ahem! would say the king.
da da da !!
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I'm looking for Mugen Seiki stickers, like the ones that came with the MT12s



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Which brand/manufacturer aluminum servo horns are everyone using?

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Which brand/manufacturer aluminum servo horns are everyone using?
I'm using the Du-Bro heavy duty ones, pretty similar to the stock ones that come with all the servos but much beefier to whitstand the forces on the steering.
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i have ofna brand aluminum servo arms i like them best because they have plastic adapter that goes onto servo then into horn kind of a last resort servo saver
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Whats Up All,
Just cracking open the box and looking so forward to putting this thing together!!! I made sure I spent some times reviewing the pages of this thred(up to page 48 so far) I know about the brake thing the wheel offset thing and Damn the gearing thing went on for days!!!! ANYHOW, I know somebody posted (can't find it) but before this thing hits the track for the first time, besides arms, what are the absolute, have to have because they might break, spare parts?? Any input is appreciated!!!!
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u mean to make (the two rounded holes on the radio plate) it become square!
wouldn't this make more room for the tank to move as the screw holes now become square?
if you read my post properly it says the hole for the tank, not the hole for the tank screws!!!
the oblong hole where the tank fits does not have four straight sides, there are lumps where the gromets are (front and rear ). file these away!
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