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Old 06-23-2003, 10:37 AM   #5746
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Hey try Tornado fuel this is the world top driver are using.
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Old 06-23-2003, 11:05 AM   #5747
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[quote=MugenDrew;2684554]BATTERIES are for FLASH LIGHTS, gasoline is for cleanin parts, alcohol is for me to drink and well NITRO...everybody know thats for racing.[/quote] :D:D:D

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Old 06-23-2003, 11:17 AM   #5748
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[quote=MugenDrew;2684554]BATTERIES are for FLASH LIGHTS, gasoline is for cleanin parts, alcohol is for me to drink and well NITRO...everybody know thats for racing.[/quote] :D:D:D

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Old 06-23-2003, 11:30 AM   #5749
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Don't remember who else showed me the car with all the Al pulleys on it. Is it Corse-R? Well, he also claimed that it was still in good shape after many liters of fuel. I'm really in doubt...
i believe it was Stefan. fish you sleep too much.
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Old 06-23-2003, 12:13 PM   #5750
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Hi, Can you show me a picture with the throttle servo attached with zip ties instead of screws? please?
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Old 06-23-2003, 01:07 PM   #5751
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If take the work of seeing the last photos I posted from the 16/19 conversion, you will notice that the pulleys I use are from PLASTIC and if you do a search on mine post, you will notice that many times I told that I don't like the aluminium pulleys because they self sharpen and end cutting the belt.

Mine pulleys are ever from plastic, and if you take your time cleaning them and cleaning and removing any dirt on it, you can use the same pulley/belts for a long, long time.

Take a look of the image I post here and see for youself on which material are made the pulleys I use. You will see that is the same photo I put some days ago.
Corse-R, cool down, dude! I was probably in siesta or something. But, take it from me, I didn't mean that you WERE using the Al pulleys. You just happened to post many pics, so parts of brain was thinking it could have been you. All righty? No harm's done here.

It was all just a personal comments. If it wasn't you, just be cool and let me know.
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Old 06-23-2003, 01:09 PM   #5752
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Fish:

After reading mine post, seems a lot rude, isn't mine intention about, but wanted to point very clearly that I'm ever against aluminium pulleys and seemed that you doubt about mine previous posts about the durability of the belts.

Don't want to enter into a catfight, but take for sure that if I said that ran 4 hours with a belt without problems with is for real, I don't gain anything endorsing anything wrong nor saying anything unreal.

Take my apologies if I sounded rude.
And, if you ever read my posts, you'll see that I've never been in doubt of your belt quality or generated any comment re such. I don't just step on people's toes, all right?
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Old 06-23-2003, 01:12 PM   #5753
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i believe it was Stefan. fish you sleep too much.
Thank you, DATA. It surely was a good sleep.
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Old 06-23-2003, 01:55 PM   #5754
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Hey try Tornado fuel this is the world top driver are using.
suntok2, sir Kumusta ho kayo?

Can you ship a gallon of 30% to me?

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Old 06-23-2003, 04:56 PM   #5755
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Hey Eddie, or anybody,

do you know which MRX3 belt fits the MTX3.
They have 3 different ones listed, a 9mm, and a 6mm S and 6mm L.

I'm confused, help.
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Hey Eddie, or anybody,

do you know which MRX3 belt fits the MTX3.
They have 3 different ones listed, a 9mm, and a 6mm S and 6mm L.

I'm confused, help.
Hi stefan,

I don't know, either. Please anyone help us out.

I don't use the Mugen belts on my car. Per my preference, I'm happy with the Kawahara MTX-3 belts; haven't stripped any since.
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Hey Eddie, or anybody,

do you know which MRX3 belt fits the MTX3.
D0240
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D0240 6mm MRX-3 Front Belt
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Hi stefan,

I don't know, either. Please anyone help us out.

I don't use the Mugen belts on my car. Per my preference, I'm happy with the Kawahara MTX-3 belts; haven't stripped any since.
Eddie, is there anything different between the Mugen belts and the Kawahara belts? materials? width?
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Eddie, is there anything different between the Mugen belts and the Kawahara belts? materials? width?
I'll take a close-up pics to post tonight.
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