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Old 05-13-2004, 05:20 PM   #11746
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Found something annoying with the MTX-3 last night. It did not bother me till last night.....


Having to pull the engine to remove the cluch bell. Maybe if the sloping cut out of the chassis were a bit larger, the bell would come off without removing the engine. (picky, I know)
You just need to releive the chassis slightly and fit the motor as far back as you can.
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Old 05-13-2004, 05:30 PM   #11747
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That keg is now under my belly...

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I feel this sort of thing should not be on a toy car site. Best remove it.
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Old 05-13-2004, 05:39 PM   #11748
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what have you guys got your mtx3 weight down to with a little work I got mine to 1720 with personal transponder.
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Old 05-13-2004, 05:55 PM   #11749
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Mine's about 20grams fatter 'en yours.
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Old 05-13-2004, 06:00 PM   #11750
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what have you guys got your mtx3 weight down to with a little work I got mine to 1720 with personal transponder.
A friend of mine's mtx-3 got down to around 1560 (cant remember exactly).
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Old 05-13-2004, 06:02 PM   #11751
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i know somebody already had a post on it but couldn;t find so i'll ask again. what reciever pack are yiou guys running in mtx3. picked up one tried to configer but will not fit race sun. so need help
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Old 05-13-2004, 06:10 PM   #11752
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Through the roof opens the tank enough?
It opens it plenty
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Old 05-13-2004, 06:33 PM   #11753
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what have you guys got your mtx3 weight down to with a little work I got mine to 1720 with personal transponder.
I had it down around 1658 with personal transponder but brought it back up to legal weight.
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Old 05-13-2004, 06:47 PM   #11754
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Does anybody knows what is a good Tire Truer?
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Old 05-13-2004, 06:53 PM   #11755
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Automatic one?
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Old 05-13-2004, 07:06 PM   #11756
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Automatic one?
both manual and automatic are good, depends on your $$ allowance as the auto one cost 1.5 times the manual one
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both manual and automatic are good, depends on your $$ allowance as the auto one cost 1.5 times the manual one

Are they giving a same proformance?
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Thanks for the thoughts, my son is over there in the middle of the sh*t storm, has been injured twice (purple hearts on the way) but won't let them send him stateside until his job is done. Weather you think it's right or wrong to be over there I appreciate the support of our troops. (Doc climbs off the soapbox)
Doc- Like Raffaelli said tell your son and the other troops over there thanks........ My GOD bless them and bring them home safe!!! (Nitropimp puts your son and the troops on a pedalstool) Ohh one other thing the other day I saw a Marine at Burger Hut and went over and paid for his lunch and he was like thanks...... I said "NO Thank you and armed forces for making our home safe". It's the least I can do. Next time you see one of ours in Uniform tell them "Thanks"...
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Doc- Like Raffaelli said tell your son and the other troops over there thanks........ My GOD bless them and bring them home safe!!! (Nitropimp puts your son and the troops on a pedalstool) Ohh one other thing the other day I saw a Marine at Burger Hut and went over and paid for his lunch and he was like thanks...... I said "NO Thank you and armed forces for making our home safe". It's the least I can do. Next time you see one of ours in Uniform tell them "Thanks"...
I'm going to copy my son on some of the things you guys have posted. You cannot believe what it means to our sons and daughters in the armed forces to hear and see this kind of encouragment. When they decide to serve, they do it for all of us. The R/C community, I have found, is made up of a bunch of great individuals. So thank you for your kind words.
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I'm going to copy my son on some of the things you guys have posted. You cannot believe what it means to our sons and daughters in the armed forces to hear and see this kind of encouragment. When they decide to serve, they do it for all of us. The R/C community, I have found, is made up of a bunch of great individuals. So thank you for your kind words.

Wish your son comes back home safe.
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