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Old 05-13-2004, 08:15 PM   #11761
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by DocSafety
[B]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)

It's bcos of your son n pple like him that's makes the difference....making this world a safer place to live in......
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Old 05-13-2004, 08:16 PM   #11762
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mine's 1790 with body.....1620 without......(60 +/- mm tires on it)...no fuel....

What's the legal weight?
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Old 05-13-2004, 08:55 PM   #11763
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does any body know what part to127d is for? i noticed i had it laying out after i built the kit just dont know if it belongs on the car or not i cant find it anywhere in the instruction pages either.
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Old 05-13-2004, 09:17 PM   #11764
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We should Bomb Iraq!!!!
maybe this is the essence of the problem ay!?

history extends far beyond, AND BEFORE the 11th of september

the first thing you have to realise is Atrocities have been done in the name of the usa many times in the past. chile 11 september 1973 anyone? nicaragua, argentina '79?
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Old 05-14-2004, 12:29 AM   #11765
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T0127D?

The T0127 is the brake bracket, and of coures, you'd need one. Unless you use hopup. Anyway, I'll check again.

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does any body know what part to127d is for? i noticed i had it laying out after i built the kit just dont know if it belongs on the car or not i cant find it anywhere in the instruction pages either.
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Old 05-14-2004, 12:30 AM   #11766
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yes where does it go?? what page in the manual does it show where to go?
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Old 05-14-2004, 01:02 AM   #11767
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Are they giving a same proformance?
yeah, basically the lathe part is the same, the only difference is how you move the bit, either the operator move the bit by hand or the lathe move it automatically
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Old 05-14-2004, 01:07 AM   #11768
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After I clicked on the link, I didn't want to see it and stopped it from playing. It's not something I want to see.

Our American servicemen are the very best of the best. Thanks to all those brave men and women. And my family's best wishes to their families, with hopes they come home safely and soon.
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Old 05-14-2004, 01:48 AM   #11769
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This is how my chassis got modded to prevent such problem. Also, notice how I have the groove made for the front belt. Just something I wished to have--from Kawahara MTX-2 chassis.



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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)
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Old 05-14-2004, 05:22 AM   #11770
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mine's 1790 with body.....1620 without......(60 +/- mm tires on it)...no fuel....

What's the legal weight?
1725 with body but no fuel. Mine was 1658 with body and the PT and I even run two digital servos! I can thank Eddie for shaving off 12 grams with his trick chassis. I have a few other things done to it also but it is worthless since it isnt legal.
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Old 05-14-2004, 06:49 AM   #11771
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1658 that is awsome can you give some tips becaus for club racing their is not any rules for weight.
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Use these in aluminum screws in areas that do not require high strength like servos, top deck, etc. and that took 22 grams off. ETF chassis was 12 grams lighter than stock. RC concepts has a aluminum middle shaft that was 8 grams lighter and Infinity 2speed titanium shaft was around 10 or so grams lighter. I removed the roll bar as it's use is not functional in my case running sedan, and also not using a switch. I also mounted a Futaba 9550 under the top deck....not that it shaved weight but it lowered the CG and looks awesome( I seen Manticores done this way) Titanium hingepins is another weight saving item and I bought 3 racing 2speed hub, 1st gear hub and flywheel carving another 3 grams....but that is also rotational mass so don't laugh. If I think of more I will let you know and I will post pictures. The thing is don't get confused and think you need this stuff to win. My bone stock MTX3 (with front CVD's of course) was performing identical as far as lap times were concerned. This was something I wanted to mess with and just make something different with no real need to seeing the car is great in stock form. I enjoy trying out different things so I had fun but in the long run there was no "real" performance gain except on the scale. Good luck.
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yes where does it go?? what page in the manual does it show where to go?
You didn't use it because you already used the brake guide pins(those two little pins you hammered in the chassis)
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Old 05-14-2004, 07:45 AM   #11774
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I am doing it for the same reason but no tit hinge pins they are to week but I want that two speed shaft take it easy I will post pic some time thanks
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