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Old 06-16-2004, 07:25 PM   #12901
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Thanks for the sizes of drivers!
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Old 06-16-2004, 07:25 PM   #12902
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its not the sze of the clutcjh bell that matter ist the size of the bearings as thats where it fits!
That's correct...but the Mugen wrench won't hold my friend's snake 710 clutch bell.....
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Thanks for the sizes of drivers!
You are very welcome, just make sure if the screw is super tight (metal screw to metal block and such) then use hand tools to loosen it up first, then use powertools.
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Old 06-16-2004, 09:19 PM   #12904
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Data: did you draw that?
Most likely he did, I think he is using a program call Solid Works
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Old 06-16-2004, 11:44 PM   #12905
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yes and where is my d5 cooling head ?
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yes and where is my d5 cooling head ?
a family of spiders is living inside the cooling head now kakaka.... I need to bring my car to you to replace the head, coz i don't have a strong screw driver for this job... maybe my MT12 is rusting....
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does anyone have info on the question i asked about the front suspension, is the only thing that can cause it to be hard the sway bar?
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i need a starting point to set my front suspesion, its a brand new mtx3 and the front feels very hard and the back feels good and soft, i notice the front sway bar is very close to touching. any answers?

Best thing to do is take off the front bumper, take off te sway bar. Try your suspension with shocks only. The try taking off the shocks, only arms. Check for any type of binding or drag in movement. Keep trying different things till you come across what is causing the slow movement.
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thanks alot does the sway bar make that big a difference?
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Old 06-17-2004, 09:51 PM   #12911
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thanks alot does the sway bar make that big a difference?
Absolutely.....if it is binding like Data's drawing indicated....It will cause BIG problems....if you wanna know for sure, adjust them as close together as you can on-purpose and feel the problems that will cause....then back them off and try again.....best done with the shocks off.....I agree with the step-by-step removal of one component at a time until the problem is found......

The problem can also be caused if the adjustment of the pivot balls in the front uprights is too tight......check that also.
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Does anyone have a link where I can buy this pipe?or the new Mugen 1 piece like it?
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That looks like the Meilke pipe that you can get at www.speedtechrc.com and Micro RC Shops.
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a family of spiders is living inside the cooling head now kakaka.... I need to bring my car to you to replace the head, coz i don't have a strong screw driver for this job... maybe my MT12 is rusting....

good, i thought you cut it up in half and use it as cooling fins on your electric cars. bring your car over anytime.
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