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Old 06-12-2003, 02:08 AM   #5176
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feel free to email me.

i have a ton of Manti's top secret pics on my webspace.
I'd rather access his:

TOP: secret
BOTTOM: open to public

he he he
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Old 06-12-2003, 02:09 AM   #5177
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feel free to email me.

i have a ton of Manti's top secret pics on my webspace.
not manti's top secret pic, but manti's pic of his shinny RC stuff !

excuse me !
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Old 06-12-2003, 02:12 AM   #5178
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not manti's top secret pic, but manti's pic of his shinny RC stuff !

excuse me !
I have recieved big $$ to access this site to see your work.

I am currently talking with Cen about making your idea production
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Old 06-12-2003, 02:13 AM   #5179
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I have recieved big $$ to access this site to see your work.

I am currently talking with Cen about making your idea production
Stay tuned !!

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Old 06-12-2003, 02:22 AM   #5180
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What would you think this would do?
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Old 06-12-2003, 02:25 AM   #5181
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trying to cool off that hot clutch a little?
my gray clutch shoe is fantastic!
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Old 06-12-2003, 02:30 AM   #5182
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What would you think this would do?
this would give more punch but what's the purpose of centax clutch in this case ?
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this would give more punch but what's the purpose of centax clutch in this case ?
experiment. notice that I used the old shoe. will find out if this helps solve a clutch slipping problem I've had.
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experiment. notice that I used the old shoe. will find out if this helps solve a clutch slipping problem I've had.
in fact this will make clutch slip more cuz less contact surface.

try to sand the clutch bell or use the grey clutch pad for better grab !
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in fact this will make clutch slip more cuz less contact surface.

try to sand the clutch bell or use the grey clutch pad for better grab !
Did use the gray one, that was when the problem started. Don't know if it was because the Mugen harden spring or not. I also did use the light weight fly-weight. will find out this Sat.
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Did use the gray one, that was when the problem started. Don't know if it was because the Mugen harden spring or not. I also did use the light weight fly-weight. will find out this Sat.
you might also want to check end play of your clutch bell ! dont make it more then 0.4mm end play. I run 0.3mm
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Old 06-12-2003, 02:45 AM   #5187
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you might also want to check end play of your clutch bell ! dont make it more then 0.4mm end play. I run 0.3mm
will do, will see.
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here is my transponder mount before you ask it has the carbon fibre removed from the bottom of the mount
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The picture isn't working anymore,could you please repost the pic Eddie thanks.
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experiment. notice that I used the old shoe. will find out if this helps solve a clutch slipping problem I've had.

people, there's no need to play around with the mugen clutch. it is perfect!
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