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Old 05-17-2011, 10:01 PM
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I am actually going to have to hold on to these for another week. I am going to wait till my new buggys show up before I sell them. They will be ready for sale on 30 May.


I selling my Mugen MBX6 and MBX6-e. The nitro buggy has one race on it since a rebuild that included a new chassis, 337 racing ceramic coated diff cups spur gear and internal spider gears in all the diffs, and aluminum axles, and aluminum center drive joints. It also has the new springs on it and is in great condition also included will be a good amount of spare parts. I am looking to get $350 shipped for it, roller only.


The e buggy is a conversion that has the ECO motor and center diff mount and a custom radio box and a Rc monster battery tray. It will have no electronics and sold as a roller I am looking to get $275 shipped for it.


I will get pics up as soon as I can. Both will have parts sold with them.

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Old 05-17-2011, 11:39 PM
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Is the E the same spec as the ECO?
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Is the E the same spec as the ECO?
No.
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No.
What's the major difference then? I couldn't care less about battery tray myself, as long as shocks, suspension, and performance-related stuff is the same.
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What's the major difference then? I couldn't care less about battery tray myself, as long as shocks, suspension, and performance-related stuff is the same.
I believe it uses different gearing, and I know for a fact it has a longer chassis(other than that I believe it's all the same)
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What's the major difference then? I couldn't care less about battery tray myself, as long as shocks, suspension, and performance-related stuff is the same.
Shocks are same. Chassis is different, weight distribution is different (big difference). Center diff has the new center mount and plastic spur and motor mount.
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Ceramic coated gears? Never heard of that. Can't find anyone named 337 on google either. Is it hard to do or expensive
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http://www.rctech.net/forum/nitro-of...-mbx6-812.html

PM rpm1968 he is the one that makes them. The pic is of the bare parts before the coating.
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