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Old 07-26-2004, 02:31 AM   #13441
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in case anyone is interested...we have 30% off all mugen parts starting today...ending...i'm not sure when

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Site doesn't work, Is it just me. ????
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Old 07-26-2004, 03:33 AM   #13443
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just delete the word after the .com url and u'l be there...
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i had a 2143 just freeze up on me in a quailifier. then a throttle sevo hitec 625 on my other car the same weekend just quit, so it really does matter how much money you send, none are bullet proff.
may i ask what was your KO 2143 used for? steering or throttle?
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I have only used the Hitec 600 series servos on throttle/brake, but none have ever lasted 2 months. Now, I only use high quality analog servos on throttle/brake and normally use digitals on steering. I don't have a lot of digitals, but they all get used on steering.
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Old 07-26-2004, 04:17 AM   #13446
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It's actually good for both purposes. But, it's best fit at the Steering for its fast speed.

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Old 07-26-2004, 07:25 PM   #13448
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what is the stock droop on mtx3?
and also pro spec?
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2mm in front and 6mm in the rear
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Old 07-26-2004, 08:43 PM   #13450
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what is the stock droop on mtx3?
and also pro spec?
Go to http://www.mugenseiki.com/menueefi.htm
You can get all the setting sheets and charts for all Mugen products

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Old 07-27-2004, 07:43 AM   #13452
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will 16/19 converstion changed the handling of the car, or will it just solve the tire wear issue?
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Thumbs up Shims in the rear upright

can someone please tell me what exactly does adding or taking away shims from the rear upright does? when you will add and or subtract?

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can someone please tell me what exactly does adding or taking away shims from the rear upright does? when you will add and or subtract?

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The most normal position of the rear link arm is in the outer hole of the rear shock support assy. and with 2.00mm shims in the upright.

With more shims, more negative camber will the wheels have as the suspension compresses and viceversa.

The longer the link arm(inner hole) less camber variation we'll have as suspension compresses and viceversa.

Not putting shims, and/or putting the link arm in the inner hole produces very little camber variation when the car goes through a turn with the suspension compressed. You use this setting when you have poor traction, or wet track, or in little parking lot tracks, in which turns are done at low speed and you wan't the tires to have maximum contact. This is also true for rubber tires.

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thanks AFM,

where in Lima is the track btw, post some pictures
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