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Old 06-04-2003, 04:13 AM   #4756
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ehh...you havent told me the turnbuckle on rear camber link..?
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ehh...you havent told me the turnbuckle on rear camber link..?
those are lunsford turnbuckles. claimed to be indestructable. and in fact i havent seen anyone fail on it.

instead of using two short ball cap, I use 2 standard ball caps with one side cut shorter. this will make the rear camber link stronger.
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those are lunsford turnbuckles. claimed to be indestructable. and in fact i havent seen anyone fail on it.

instead of using two short ball cap, I use 2 standard ball caps with one side cut shorter. this will make the rear camber link stronger.
available from Mr Lam also? comes in pair?
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available from Mr Lam also? comes in pair?
yes, he has everything !
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Old 06-04-2003, 04:22 AM   #4760
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yes, he has everything !
I use 2 standard ball caps...
me compiling another purchase list due next month...

those are 5.8mm std ball caps from Mugen? what part no?
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me compiling another purchase list due next month...

those are 5.8mm std ball caps from Mugen? what part no?
no, mugen standard ball studs are 6mm
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Old 06-04-2003, 04:27 AM   #4762
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my friend had a broken conrod at the piston pin, despite putting in a new conrod, the engine doesnt idle even for 5 sec!
replacing the Sleeve + Piston + conrod would help?
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Old 06-04-2003, 04:31 AM   #4763
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my friend had a broken conrod at the piston pin, despite putting in a new conrod, the engine doesnt idle even for 5 sec!
replacing the Sleeve + Piston + conrod would help?
the broken brass pieces could possibly damage the piston liner and causes compression problem.
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wife calls for dinner, catch you up later dude..
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Old 06-04-2003, 05:38 AM   #4765
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right, i started running my AAC with a AIP modified carb from the first c.c. and the engine is clean as heaven. there is not any leak at all so far after around 1 gallon of fuel.

I listened to Mr. Lam's advice and use OS plug as he said the Novarossi plug thread is a bit too tight for sirio turbo button.

try to use colder plug for your sirio such as OS 7 and this will make your plug lives longer.
This OS plug do you know where this rates with the novarossi plugs = to a Novarossi 7?
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This OS plug do you know where this rates with the novarossi plugs = to a Novarossi 7?

i really have no idea about the conversion. I use #7 novarossi on NR engine at 30 nitro and #7 OS plug on AAC at 30% nitro.
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For people that have used the 3 racing brake disc how have you found it? (besides being in the back of the car) Is it any good?
It seems the mugen one is a lot more pricey so would like to know if this brake disc is as good as or not..
I am not using 3racing rotor but enneti rotor for MRX3. I've got this from my buddy Corse-R and I like it much.

I did not consider 3racing rotor is due to the price and quality issue. you dont get what you pay for. quality is ok but it is a bit steep on price at this quality.

check with Corse-R if you need an enneti rotor.
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I am not using 3racing rotor but enneti rotor for MRX3. I've got this from my buddy Corse-R and I like it much.

I did not consider 3racing rotor is due to the price and quality issue. you dont get what you pay for. quality is ok but it is a bit steep on price at this quality.

check with Corse-R if you need an enneti rotor.
The next time you give away your MTX-3, replace the roter with stock ones, and let me keep it.

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Manticore, I can only do the A, B or C from this Kawahara hopup piece. How can I do the AA AB AC BB BC CC stuffs?
From the picture, the left adapter is A, when flip upsidedown it'll be C. The other one is just B. Notice the location of those two holes are different; hence, A, B, or C.
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Manticore, I can only do the A, B or C from this Kawahara hopup piece. How can I do the AA AB AC BB BC CC stuffs?
From the picture, the left adapter is A, when flip upsidedown it'll be C. The other one is just B. Notice the location of those two holes are different; hence, A, B, or C.
Eddie, sorry to jump in here but the AA, BB stuff refers to the lower hinge pin blocks in the rear. As far as Ackerman adjustments w/ the servo saver is concerned there are only 3 settings A, B & C. Hope this helps.

Guys I will put some info about the rest of the questions up shortly. Just swamped at work right now.
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