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Old 05-18-2003, 08:17 PM   #3961
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Default Re: Delrin Front Upper Suspension Arms

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While being at the toy show, I ran into this great products by Nanteco System Engineers, Kanagawa, Japan. If you have been in the forum for quite some time, you may recall I once posted the black and white picture of it. Here's the real ones.
i find the front upper arm has lesser play so i decide not to get this derlin parts !

instead, i should get a set of rear derlin arm as the stock arm has quite a bit of slow and they are moving and changing rear toe in automatically !
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Old 05-18-2003, 08:25 PM   #3962
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...instead, i should get a set of rear derlin arm as the stock arm has quite a bit of slow and they are moving and changing rear toe in automatically !
I agree a set of rear arms with there own berings would be quite nice. Though I like the idea of having the front ones aswell.
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Old 05-18-2003, 10:52 PM   #3963
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What shore are the kit tires? thanks
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Old 05-18-2003, 10:54 PM   #3964
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Congrats Manticore.

Im thinking I may order the CV's.. I had a dogbone fall out while cleaning the car with an air compressor.. heh.. ''not good''
the Mugen CVD is a very good investment for your MTX3. I think the main reason for your wheel flied off is the plastic hex adaptor. you should get a set as well.
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Old 05-18-2003, 10:55 PM   #3965
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What shore are the kit tires? thanks
it should be rated 37 shore front and rear
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Hi guys, I have a friend who is also a fellow racer, and he has very little internet access. He runs a MTX-3, and is looking for a good rear sway bar. Could one of you direct me to a supplier, or source for the Kawahara unit? I'll get ahold of one for him. Thanks in advance.
Check out www.speedtechrc.com . Ask Steve if he can get the Kawhara unit.

Tell your friend to also consider the optional Mugen swaybar which is thicker than the stock one. You can also get it at Speedtech or www.Microrcshop.com or any place that stocks Mugen parts.
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Old 05-18-2003, 11:55 PM   #3967
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Default Radio Interference

Guys.... I have a slight interference when I play with 1 or 2 people but It goes out of control when I race and play together with 10 people at the driving stand. Surprisingly it is OK when I play alone. I have changed everything except transmitter and receiver ! I need to know which one is more likely since these two are very costly before I change it.... Help!!!!!
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Old 05-19-2003, 12:37 AM   #3968
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if you had take care of everything else then it must be your radio system, if you are lucky then it maybe cause by bad crystals
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Default Kawahara Heatsink..good?

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Are running this head ? Can this be fitted onto my Rody Tuned 5 port engine without having to change the head button?

http://shopping.rcmodel.com.hk/image.../kh-z-1711.jpg
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Old 05-19-2003, 12:59 AM   #3970
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Are running this head ? Can this be fitted onto my Rody Tuned 5 port engine without having to change the head button?

http://shopping.rcmodel.com.hk/image.../kh-z-1711.jpg
yes, i am using the same heatsink. you may put it on your Rody engine
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Angry what a disaster race yesterday...

It was a disastrous race for me yesterday. Competition was very keen. I was in my third/Final heat to try a 16 laps qualifier to be in the top main, on lap 5 i clipped the rear of a back marker down the stra8 and lifted up in the air TWICE but luckily escaped unhurt. I aborted the final heat at lap 7 as the car handling was weird and i didnt want to ruin my car.
First 1 heat was 14 laps, Second heat was 15 laps and Final heat was 7 laps, i landed in C-main!!! And few dozen of 14 laps qualifiers didnt manage to make it to the finals. A main saw some 16 lap qualifiers.
Started in C-main pole position, i was leading till on lap 14, i lost one screw of my rear wing causing the car to spin while entering the sweeper, went to pit and slotted in a screw without a nut and back on track chasing the race leader...lost 3 screws in total during the race and i finally i made it to 2nd runner-up...
learnt my lesson..till the next race..
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yes, i am using the same heatsink. you may put it on your Rody engine
is this the heatsink that can reduce heat as much as 20 deg..?
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Default Re: Kawahara Heatsink..good?

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Manticore,
Are running this head ? Can this be fitted onto my Rody Tuned 5 port engine without having to change the head button?

http://shopping.rcmodel.com.hk/image.../kh-z-1711.jpg
Link isn't working can you attach a file please?
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is this the heatsink that can reduce heat as much as 20 deg..?
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it does reduce heat abit better than the normal heatsink
but not to that extent of 20 deg.
maybe plus minus 10%of actual temp
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Link isn't working can you attach a file please?
Seems to be working now,don't worry.
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