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Old 06-29-2003, 12:48 AM   #5941
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hey FIRE


u from vancouver?
where do u usually run? landsdown?

anyone else on the universal issue?
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Old 06-29-2003, 10:56 AM   #5942
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anyone else on the universal issue?
I have Mugen CVD on both front and rear.

Have seen MY FRIEND's 3Racing and Team Osaka snapped in two pieces just from running fast.

However, also have seen other people with 3Racing are running just fine.

3Racing and Team Osaka come handy dandy pre-assembled; in contrary, you'd have to put everything yourself on Mugen's.

Hope this helps.

Now, can we talk about something else? Something deals with numbers with at least 3 decimal places. I'm kinda bored here.
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Old 06-29-2003, 11:22 AM   #5943
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the mtx3 mugen CVD is not as good as mugen MTX2 CVD. the MTX2 CVD is almost un-destructable ! I have just replaced the mugen MTX3 CVD bone after 6 months.

the mugen MTX2 CVD last over a year.
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the mtx3 mugen CVD is not as good as mugen MTX2 CVD. the MTX2 CVD is almost un-destructable ! I have just replaced the mugen MTX3 CVD bone after 6 months.

the mugen MTX2 CVD last over a year.
Mine lasts forever in a sealed plastic bag.
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Mine lasts forever in a sealed plastic bag.
damn damn, that doesnt count !
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Old 06-29-2003, 11:31 AM   #5946
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the mtx3 mugen CVD is not as good as mugen MTX2 CVD. the MTX2 CVD is almost un-destructable ! I have just replaced the mugen MTX3 CVD bone after 6 months.

the mugen MTX2 CVD last over a year.
manti, do you think if I coated the cvd bone w/ my special blend 24K will strengthen it?
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manti, do you think if I coated the cvd bone w/ my special blend 24K will strengthen it?
how special? i need to know your secret recipe before I give you an answer !
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how special? i need to know your secret recipe before I give you an answer !
Ask yourself first if you know how special blend scotch whiskey differ from the single malt one, then you'll know...

gum pai, cheer, salud, etc...
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Ask yourself first if you know how special blend scotch whiskey differ from the single malt one, then you'll know...

gum pai, cheer, salud, etc...
imagination is good but i cannot give you 0.00001 accuracy with imagination!!!
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Old 06-29-2003, 11:41 AM   #5950
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thanks guys!
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and don't over tighten the tank

its the fact that it hits the top deck Not down to be over tightened!!
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Old 06-29-2003, 04:30 PM   #5952
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hey FIRE


u from vancouver?
where do u usually run? landsdown?

anyone else on the universal issue?
yeah
i am from vancouver
but i haven't run at landsdown yet
i usually run in apollo and sometimes in coquitlam train station

Cartman~~ how about enlarge the hole on the upper deck slight? so it has more room between the tank and the deck, i didn't do this coz my tank stopped leaking after i melted the joint, touch wood
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i know the fix mate just file the round pips off on top deck
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Old 06-29-2003, 06:37 PM   #5954
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hey FIRE

maybe come down to landsdown someday?
wed and Sat nites..
there are like 30 ppl playing...
quite fun

and they set up a track there too
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wow 30 cars
they crash a lot?
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