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Old 05-22-2003, 08:45 AM   #4096
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Hey Corse!!

Are you coming to the 1/10 Euros here in Portugal (Vila Real)?

I got myself a alchool burner and it seems I'm going. I would like to see you there.

In the name of the old (900 years) Pt/Es rivalry (eh eh eh).

Sorry for this being off topic but I had lost conctact with Alfonso and suddenly I see him here in the Environmental Unfriendly Section

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Old 05-22-2003, 07:23 PM   #4097
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Has anyone used delrin rear arms yet?? This slop is driving me crazy!
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Has anyone used delrin rear arms yet?? This slop is driving me crazy!
you may use some diff gear shims to remove the slop.
my rear arms are working fine and intact after 2 months of hard bashing..
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already shimmed them, my car is about 6mth old though. I was just curious if the delrin arms are any better than the standard one's.
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you may use some diff gear shims to remove the slop.
my rear arms are working fine and intact after 2 months of hard bashing..
i prefer to use electric motor teflon motor shim to do that job instead.
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Old 05-22-2003, 07:40 PM   #4101
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already shimmed them, my car is about 6mth old though. I was just curious if the delrin arms are any better than the standard one's.
I have a set of rear delrin arm from kawahara on my MTX2 and they work really well.
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Old 05-22-2003, 07:43 PM   #4102
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Ahhh, the MTX2, i miss that car! Thanks for the info. Do you know if they are making arms for the 3 yet?
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Good morning manti,
had your BBQ snakey this morning for breakfast...?

one guy asking in the other forum as to which engine he should put in his new 705...
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Ahhh, the MTX2, i miss that car! Thanks for the info. Do you know if they are making arms for the 3 yet?
dont really know but i hope they will make the delrin one
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Good morning manti,
had your BBQ snakey this morning for breakfast...?

one guy asking in the other forum as to which engine he should put in his new 705...
dont really care !
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Old 05-22-2003, 08:35 PM   #4106
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dont really care !
How many cars do you have manti?
What motor do you have in the mugen?
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How many cars do you have manti?
What motor do you have in the mugen?
I have only 2 nitro, MTX3 and M1RR. I gaveaway my MTX2 to my friend.

I have a Mod S3 on M1RR and a standard sirio 5 prots AAC on my MTX3 right now. the sirio works real nice.
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How do you find the Sirio? as fast as other 5 port motors?
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How do you find the Sirio? as fast as other 5 port motors?
they act similar but the sirio has good bottom end and this engine cool down pretty fast.
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I have only 2 nitro, MTX3 and M1RR. I gaveaway my MTX2 to my friend.

I have a Mod S3 on M1RR and a standard sirio 5 prots AAC on my MTX3 right now. the sirio works real nice.
who made the M1RR?
Manti can I be ur friend so u can give me ur MTX3 when MTX4 comes out

Ok guys this came from Smeltz himself
Sirio 3 port is ok but modified is not. One thing I have come to find on the Sirio is that the bushing on the conrod that connects to the crank pin is badly manufactuered. Brand new out of the box it has considerable play, not all but most and until sirio fixes this problem I will not modify them. On one of my test motors it shattered and damaged the motor. It is not so bad for stock but after modifications that conrod wont handle the 40,000 plus rpms for any period of time. --- SMELTZ
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