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Old 01-27-2004, 02:03 PM   #151
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Does the Mugen car use +2 offset wheels in rear?
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I use the 0 offset wheels, wityh these you can get the rear end from 196mm. to over 200mm.
If you run into a situation where you need massive amounts of rear bite narrow up the rear end, there is a draw back to this , you will get rear end chatter.
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Does the Mugen car use +2 offset wheels in rear?
standard rim for MTX3 is 1mm but we use zero offset rims with some spacer in between the hex adaptor and the rim to compensate the difference. it is because the 1mm offset rims tire set are not widely available.
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Alright, Edward wanted to know if I had any tires, but all I have are the stock GT4 tires, with a 2mm offset.
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Alright, Edward wanted to know if I had any tires, but all I have are the stock GT4 tires, with a 2mm offset.
you just need to shorten the track width to accommodate the 2mm offset.
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Yeah, I just dont want to have to mess up everything Edward has worked on with the sedan. I dont even know what shores the tires are in the first place though...
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Yeah, I just dont want to have to mess up everything Edward has worked on with the sedan. I dont even know what shores the tires are in the first place though...
just use a new set of tire !
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standard rim for MTX3 is 1mm but we use zero offset rims with some spacer in between the hex adaptor and the rim to compensate the difference. it is because the 1mm offset rims tire set are not widely available.
Manti, pls try the GQ 0 offset rims.
When I compare it with my ellegi, there is slight diff.
Our local Mugen racer using that too.
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Manti, pls try the GQ 0 offset rims.
When I compare it with my ellegi, there is slight diff.
Our local Mugen racer using that too.
i am very sick with that color ! when I look at that rim, i thnk of an alphabet ! thank you !
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i am very sick with that color ! when I look at that rim, i thnk of an alphabet ! thank you !

You were the most straight forward guy on this forum.
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You were the most straight forward guy on this forum.
not yet, my statement is a very subtle one as a matter of fact !
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not yet, my statement is a very subtle one as a matter of fact !
(have to check my dictionary..)

Manti, there two meanings for subtle :
1. is for smooth (tone)
2. is for tricky (endeavor)

Which one??
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(have to check my dictionary..)

Manti, there two meanings for subtle :
1. is for smooth (tone)
2. is for tricky (endeavor)

Which one??
cant help but you need to use your best imagination for an answer !
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