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Old 07-13-2004, 09:45 AM   #23
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Honestly, you may be better off just plunking down the money on a kit. I think Mugen is pretty popular the vehicle performs. Also, I believe the parts may be cheaper than what the kyosho costs.

Maybe look on ebay for a used Mugen roller and then buy the engine new. You can always tear down the roller and rebuild it.

I think however unless you know the guy who had the vehicle and his breakin and motor maintenance techniques, best to get the motor brand new.
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