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Old 04-29-2003, 01:44 PM   #3511
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Thumbs up Perfect spacer for clutch bell

simply use one of the thrust washers with the groove in. obviously you will not be able to use the one one the car, buy another!!
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Old 04-29-2003, 03:11 PM   #3512
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Default 2nd-Gear Spur bearing

Have any of you guys having problem with the 2nd-gear spur's bearing dislodged from its housing? We seems to have a common problem of it here in my place. There is about 4-5 MTX3 owners having the same problem. Any way to solve this? Is this a production fault?
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Old 04-29-2003, 03:14 PM   #3513
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yep push it out then refit with good locktite
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Old 04-29-2003, 05:17 PM   #3514
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eddie did you get my pm about that bookstore on lillte tokyo,thanks
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Old 04-29-2003, 07:09 PM   #3515
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Which brand/manufacturer aluminum servo horns are everyone using?

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just got the Q-world ones, its strong but the hole is a little too small and need to enlarge it to fit the screw...
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Old 04-29-2003, 07:29 PM   #3516
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Any difference between Nova turbo plug no 6 and RB turbo plug no 6 except for its color?
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Old 04-29-2003, 07:36 PM   #3517
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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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Foams(shores, company) big track, parking lot, VHT.
stock a couple of front belt, arms and knuckles.

the stock setup is a very good starting point for further fine tune to suite your driving style and your track. you might want to get a 2.5mm rear sway bar as well, this helps you get more steering.
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Old 04-29-2003, 07:38 PM   #3518
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just got the Q-world ones, its strong but the hole is a little too small and need to enlarge it to fit the screw...
the Q one has poor finishing quality. I forget what brand alloy horn I have but it does have excellent finishing and quality.
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Old 04-29-2003, 07:44 PM   #3519
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What would you guys say if I tell you that my LHS wants to sell me the MTX-3 for 800$??? Pretty funny . Maybe I won't be able to drive it after all.
I would say, " Does that come with a MR-12, a KO propo Mars radio, along with digital servos, a gallon of 30% Byron fuel, and funds to pay for my first race ." If they say no, " Then they are smoking crack.
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Sheesh! how I envy the adjustable diff of the Snakes. :battman:
Don't be... The ones that come on the 705 are really not adjustable friendly. You need to physically take out the rear end and the ball diff when you adjust the ball diff because the grub screw on the other end loosens and you will end up with 2WD... Every time when you adjust the diff, you need to tighten the grub screw so that the settings don't run.

The ones that are fully adjustable externally is the FPS diff.
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Old 04-29-2003, 09:24 PM   #3521
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Talking rody 5 port modified

hello what pipe should i use on this engine ,rb,nova??????,also do you guys think is worth having these engine modified even more,may be a murman or smeltz rody modified?????? im new at these so for sure im going to blow these engine up
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manticore do you know of a japanese hobby store that will take orders from the us,im looking for the latest parts from kawahara,racy,m-speed etc.......
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manticore do you know of a japanese hobby store that will take orders from the us,im looking for the latest parts from kawahara,racy,m-speed etc.......
I am not from Japan so I cannot give you any idea about hobby shops in Japan.
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thanks manticore for the prompt response ,do you know where can i ge t the latest stuff from kawahara

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thanks manticore for the prompt response ,do you know where can i ge t the latest stuff from kawahara

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Harmony hobby shop in HK.
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