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Old 11-22-2004, 09:22 AM
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Used Airtronics M8, in good shaped, never dropped. Comes with 3ch reciever, Novak synthesized TX module and two sets of crystals plus a red MOMO-style steering wheel. Duratrax TX Bag and GP 2100 NIMH batteries included.

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Old 11-24-2004, 03:16 PM
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broke my rear suspension mounts b, which one should I put to race on a high grip surface, the a or c, thanks
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Old 11-24-2004, 03:28 PM
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I believe you'd want to install the A- blocks.
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Old 11-24-2004, 05:22 PM
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Use MTX3 Prospec for sale for 300. Check ebay
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Can anyone tell me what shore the tires that come with the MTX-3 Prospec are? It doesnt seem to say anywhere in/on the box or instructions.
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27 i think if not 37
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Old 11-26-2004, 01:06 PM
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The foam's that come with the Mugen MTX-3 PROSPEC are 37 shore.

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Old 11-27-2004, 12:15 PM
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What is the number parts?
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Here's how it looks like.



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Originally posted by Ed Delgado
Used Airtronics M8, in good shaped, never dropped. Comes with 3ch reciever, Novak synthesized TX module AND a Novak synthesized reciever, two sets of crystals plus a red MOMO-style steering wheel. Duratrax TX Bag and GP 2100 NIMH batteries included.

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Old 11-28-2004, 07:02 AM
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anybody here try to used a KO reciever to a M8 radio if anybody tyied it cause i'm thinkin about using that KO reciever to my M8 radio
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Old 11-29-2004, 08:47 AM
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I tried the Cadillac body this weekend going from the Mazda and I found it to give TOO much steering. It was a totally different car when switching between bodies, without changing settings. I had my tail sliding out all over the place. Off power and on power, sweeping and tight turns. I played with some settings, and made it a bit more managable, but I still need to improve on it. My times were easily half a second slower. I race on a permanent track with decent traction. Has anyone else experinced this?
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Old 11-29-2004, 12:34 PM
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Originally posted by gonzoY5
I tried the Cadillac body this weekend going from the Mazda and I found it to give TOO much steering. It was a totally different car when switching between bodies, without changing settings. I had my tail sliding out all over the place. Off power and on power, sweeping and tight turns. I played with some settings, and made it a bit more managable, but I still need to improve on it. My times were easily half a second slower. I race on a permanent track with decent traction. Has anyone else experinced this?

Yes I have tried the Cadilac and like the steering that it gives. If you need more rear bite try flatening out the top rear A/ Arm ( more parralel to the ground ). When I did that, the car was faster on the track.
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Yes I have tried the Cadilac and like the steering that it gives. If you need more rear bite try flatening out the top rear A/ Arm ( more parralel to the ground ). When I did that, the car was faster on the track.
How flat do you have it? i only have a 1mm spacer there as it is. Do you think a .5mm spacer will make a big enough difference? Or should I remove all spacers altogether? I already put the stock sway bar in an it helped a bit. But I still need more bite. I'll give the spacers a try this weekend.
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How flat do you have it? i only have a 1mm spacer there as it is. Do you think a .5mm spacer will make a big enough difference? Or should I remove all spacers altogether? I already put the stock sway bar in an it helped a bit. But I still need more bite. I'll give the spacers a try this weekend.

If you have the option Kawahara rear shock tower, you put the arm in the top hole long. Then take out all of the shims on the outer hub, thats as flat as you can get it without cuting down the outer rear uprights.That is a trick the racers do with a rubber tire set up.
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