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Old 07-15-2004, 10:22 AM   #13321
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the back tires wear out alot quicker. wat pullys r u talkin about. i think the side pullys are 19t front and 16t rear i think but im not sure. c ya at strickland fri. vad.
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I am refering to stock set up, side pullys, 24 front and 19 rear.
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Old 07-15-2004, 04:53 PM   #13322
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I wont even blink hope to see ya soon.
Oh and how did you go at the vortec round in keilor? i missed out on seeing everyone race that sunday what a shame!
If i remember correctly 1st in Tourer and DNF (10th) in Pro Tourer.

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Default body question

what is the best body that works with the MTX3?
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Old 07-16-2004, 01:02 AM   #13324
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Looks like a very sick car ... desperately needs TLC
TLC?
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what is the best body that works with the MTX3?
Depends on the track. But Stratus 2.1, Alfa or Mazda 6 seems to be the goods at the moment, I was talking to Surikarn and all he runs now is the mazda.
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Old 07-16-2004, 02:16 AM   #13326
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If i remember correctly 1st in Tourer and DNF (10th) in Pro Tourer.

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wow first in tourer so you beated our current touring leader !!! and whats DNF mean? may i ask
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wow first in tourer so you beated our current touring leader !!! and whats DNF mean? may i ask

DNF mean Did Not Finish
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Old 07-16-2004, 02:33 AM   #13329
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ha ha looks like Ducatti's beaten me to it
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I have a tire/wheel question. I have been running a NTC3 and I know when I have purchased Jaco tires I needed to use the 0 degree offset. I know also that for the MTX-3 (got a prospec today) I need the 2 degree offset. I am going to be using GRP based tires now. Fast tires mounts tires on actual MTX wheels, so I am sure they will have the correct offset. I am wondering about the dish wheel they have. Does it have the correct offset. Also, what about some of the other GRP brands, such as Enetti, Ellegi etc. I would prefer not to have to use spacers to get the correct width. Can anyone shed some FACTS on this subject please....
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by GrandeGixxer
[B]looks like the stinger on that pipe has been ripped off at least once before.



i borrowed the pipe from someone...yeah maybe have been ripped off a few times

anyway the performance was excellent...
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TLC?
TLC = Transfer Leverage Center. It is similar to roll center but different

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TLC = tender loving care


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If i remember correctly 1st in Tourer and DNF (10th) in Pro Tourer.

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Na, you still managed fifth in Pro Tourer. Not a bad effort considering the 46 doughies per lap in the final stages, I reckon.

Have a look HERE / Results/Vortec Nitro Titles 2003/Nitro Touring.
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I have a tire/wheel question. I have been running a NTC3 and I know when I have purchased Jaco tires I needed to use the 0 degree offset. I know also that for the MTX-3 (got a prospec today) I need the 2 degree offset. I am going to be using GRP based tires now. Fast tires mounts tires on actual MTX wheels, so I am sure they will have the correct offset. I am wondering about the dish wheel they have. Does it have the correct offset. Also, what about some of the other GRP brands, such as Enetti, Ellegi etc. I would prefer not to have to use spacers to get the correct width. Can anyone shed some FACTS on this subject please....

You an run the 0 offset wheels on the MTX/3. 26mm. front&30mm. rears.
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Thank you. Is there anyone else that can shed some light on my tire/wheel offset question???
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