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Old 06-11-2003, 03:42 AM   #5101
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microtech shock mounts see link below
3 hole piston 1mm drilled
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rear C blocks
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Old 06-11-2003, 04:38 AM   #5102
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This is what comes in the kit 40 front 37 rears, I would suggest running the fast tires, the set up in the kit works with these tires if you choose to use another brand of tires information from Mugen regarding set up might not work as well.
i think you know better then any one does not to mention about snaker !
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Old 06-11-2003, 10:36 AM   #5103
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On the setup sheet listed in www.mugenseiki.com listed that Kenji was using 16T/21T pinions and 47T/42T spurs. No where mentioned that he was using the new 0.8 pitched spurs...
Ok you use the gearing that you saw on that setup sheet, what do I know
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Old 06-11-2003, 11:15 AM   #5104
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What's up Robbie!!

Would you please post your gearing choice for Revelation with these new gears...

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Old 06-11-2003, 11:17 AM   #5105
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Originally posted by InitialD
On the setup sheet listed in www.mugenseiki.com listed that Kenji was using 16T/21T pinions and 47T/42T spurs. No where mentioned that he was using the new 0.8 pitched spurs...


this guy only knows how to extract and repost materials from elsewhere. that's the reason he couldnt figure out from the mugen web...
he must have done lots of plagiarism in his school
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Originally posted by InitialD
On the setup sheet listed in www.mugenseiki.com listed that Kenji was using 16T/21T pinions and 47T/42T spurs. No where mentioned that he was using the new 0.8 pitched spurs...


this guy only knows how to extract and repost materials from elsewhere. that's the reason he couldnt figure out from the mugen web...
he must have done lots of plagiarism in his school
leave those annoying snakers alone RCLover ! they deserve "NONE" attention from NE1 !
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Old 06-11-2003, 11:28 AM   #5107
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Old 06-11-2003, 11:30 AM   #5108
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Kenji ran these gears at the Winter Natts this year, I noticed his car had a little more mid to top end then mine.
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Old 06-11-2003, 12:09 PM   #5109
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I am thinking of getting another .12 engine for my MTX-3.
I heard that the MTX3 was tested together with the JP 5 port.
So i would presume that the so called best matched engine would be the JP. Any comments??

My present S5 is still going strong but i would like to
kinda keep it for practise/have fun kinda with my pals.

what you guys reckon? the Rody 5port? JP 5 port? or the
recent new new Max??

Also what are the price difference between the above 3 engines??
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Ok you use the gearing that you saw on that setup sheet, what do I know
This should tell us all that we cannot give a flying f.ck about the setup sheets they post.
They will NOT give you any real information...
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So i would presume that the so called best matched engine would be the JP. Any comments??

My present S5 is still going strong but i would like to
kinda keep it for practise/have fun kinda with my pals.

what you guys reckon? the Rody 5port? JP 5 port? or the
recent new new Max??
Uhm.... tough question, but engine choosing is a matter of personal taste, but of three engines you said I will add one: Novarossi NS12S5.

Used the two 'Rody' models from RB (3 and 5 ports), but last weekend broke-in the new NS12 and only can say is: Whoooho!!!!

Regarding JP engines are going on a tough time, Stock Novas put a hard time on those engines that in the past were 'The best of the best'.... today JP engines are average.
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Old 06-11-2003, 02:12 PM   #5112
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More info on the NS12 please....
3 or 5 port?

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Set up sheets are only a starting point. Do you think if someone is testing a part that is not in production or may never be in production that they would list that on a set up sheet. What good what that do. Besides that gear ratio is so dependant on each individual motor that having that info again is merely a starting point and they gave you that info.
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This should tell us all that we cannot give a flying f.ck about the setup sheets they post.
They will NOT give you any real information...
No all it means is that he didn't put down something that wasn't avalible yet.

If you guys don't want me to give you heads up on whats comming out I'll stop, I thaught I was helping by giving info on new product and its avalibility but I guess I was wrong sorry it want happend again.

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Set up sheets are only a starting point. Do you think if someone is testing a part that is not in production or may never be in production that they would list that on a set up sheet. What good what that do. Besides that gear ratio is so dependant on each individual motor that having that info again is merely a starting point and they gave you that info.
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