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Old 12-03-2002, 12:53 AM   #871
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I heard that Mugen is now the distributor for Kawahara. Have no proof but it is a nice if it turns out to be true.

On another note, I picked up a Sirio for $140 out the door. Well, $140.02 to be exact. Not bad, eh? Next thing on my list is a new radio cause my Mars is boring. I just need to find the cheapest place for a MARS R.
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Old 12-03-2002, 01:17 AM   #872
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jack, still no MOOooogen for u?
Mooogen???
not for newbie like me...
I am pretty happy with my RR
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Hey Jordan what body and tires are you using?
300m and either Zac or Active tyres. Guys, try and realise that i'm not unhappy with the car, just saying that it's gonna be awesome when it's set up properly. Gone are the days you need to have the ass end of a car drifting for it to be quick. Solid as a rock, and still quick!

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Old 12-03-2002, 03:23 AM   #874
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Can someone please post some pictures of there cars please?

Also,

What is everyone thaughts who have one and driven it?
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Old 12-03-2002, 04:50 AM   #875
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Flick back a few pages... there are pics and opinions from owners
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Old 12-03-2002, 10:37 AM   #876
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thanks for info (and i did mean hop up parts)
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Old 12-03-2002, 11:18 AM   #877
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No there NOT kawahara , u all missed it in manticors post got here

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Old 12-03-2002, 12:57 PM   #878
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Speedline is one of our distriburors if you have any questions you can call them as well.

Optional parts will be avalible by the end of this week.
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That's good the mtx-3 handles and can out run the competiors on small tight and medium size tracks (which I suppose you are saying What 170-200 foot back straight aways) Can you clairfy your meaning of medium size for me. But the real question is how does it compare to the rest at the huge track. (Sample===
OHIO....)has anyone been on a track close to that size with this beast yet. Waiting to hear the results before I am convinced.
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Speedline is one of our distriburors if you have any questions you can call them as well.

Optional parts will be avalible by the end of this week.
I've got CVD and Ti mid shaft few days ago !
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Does eveyone feel that the internal gear ratio has helped the overall speed performance or is it the motor. How are the tyres wearing compared to the mtx-2. I noticed from some earlier posts that the car works good with softer tyres, but are they wearing faster and are they coning.
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Has anyone been able to achieve 200mm width with the car using 0mm offset wheels?

Has anyone tried spacers or other modifications which would allow 0mm rims to be used (and achieve 200mm)

Can the hubs be adjusted far enough out to increase the width?
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Has anyone been able to achieve 200mm width with the car using 0mm offset wheels?

Has anyone tried spacers or other modifications which would allow 0mm rims to be used (and achieve 200mm)

Can the hubs be adjusted far enough out to increase the width?
you may add 1mm spacer between the hex adaptor and hub bearing to offset the difference for zero offset tire/rim
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Has anyone been able to achieve 200mm width with the car using 0mm offset wheels?

Has anyone tried spacers or other modifications which would allow 0mm rims to be used (and achieve 200mm)

Can the hubs be adjusted far enough out to increase the width?
Mister you still alive
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Mister you still alive
Tommy just came back from Europe Got so many goodies Has the MTX-3 tempted you enough yet? I heard it was awesome at Moorebank

Moon, those alloy hex adaptors you have posted, are they Kawahara?

What the standard diff oil the car comes with - 30,000wt?
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