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Old 05-08-2002, 08:57 PM
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Hi, let's hope this forum works. Anybody wants to discuss about Nitro car can post here
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Old 05-08-2002, 09:02 PM
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Anybody knows is there a dealer or distributer for Mugen cars here?
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Old 05-08-2002, 09:08 PM
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So what car you using today.

I have not being playing gas car for a very long time.
I also do not know which gas to play anymore. How about
the GS 1/10 gas. I heard Mr J coming in the car soon.
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I'm still driving the V1R, the GS 1/10 gas like very unpopular. Even his usual customer need to think twice about the parts before even getting the car. Look at his Storm, the parts support is pathetic.
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The Yokomo GT4 seems to be gaining popularity, it is a great car, know it because ART is driving it. The new shop in Sim Lim(Pacific Model) is coming in GT4 parts. Check out this car AO.
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i was wondering if the Gt4 aprts support will be good.
I have not seen anyone driving a yokomo nitro before.

Anyfeed back? most of the players are v-1r, mtx2 and a small amount of snakes.
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new yokomo parts have arrived at sim lim square....
if i am not wrong gt4 is also there...
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Originally posted by fuse01
i was wondering if the Gt4 aprts support will be good.
I have not seen anyone driving a yokomo nitro before.

Anyfeed back? most of the players are v-1r, mtx2 and a small amount of snakes.
Yokomo's gona be supported by Toykar soon... watch out for it...
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Hi,

Art2 , new shipment on Mugen MTX Pro Spec coming in soon, have MRX and XR works as well. Interested?
I have full range of parts.
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Originally posted by fuse01
i was wondering if the Gt4 aprts support will be good.
I have not seen anyone driving a yokomo nitro before.

Anyfeed back? most of the players are v-1r, mtx2 and a small amount of snakes.
Speedline carries parts for the GT4, not full range but at least those important ones. You can also check out Swan.
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Originally posted by Mugen Player
Hi,

Art2 , new shipment on Mugen MTX Pro Spec coming in soon, have MRX and XR works as well. Interested?
I have full range of parts.
Hi Mugen Player, just a few question to ask, are you selling the Kits and parts for Mugen, where do you get them? Also, how much is the Pro Spec and does it include the MT12 engine?
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Yokomo's gona be supported by Toykar soon... watch out for it...
You must be joking
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Hi, some info might not be related to this forum, but since I started this forum, might as well post it here

HPI driver Atsushi Hara visited Zoom yesterday and went down to the track at Taman Jurong, manage to catch a few tips from him and thought of sharing it with you guys out there

Camber: 0 degree camber, maximum traction.

Camber Links: Horizontal, more traction. More incline car will have less traction.

Shock position: More incline, for bumpy track. More upright for leveled smooth track.

Ball diff for electric: As long as no slippage, set as loose as possible.

Pls don't ask me why it is like that, it's from the mouth of the young pro driver. I also don't know the reason either

That is all I can remember, for those ppl who is with him yesterday, pls let me know is there anything else that he mention. Thanks for the help
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can anyone tell me how to position the mounts of a starter box?
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Originally posted by lonestar1127
can anyone tell me how to position the mounts of a starter box?
Which starter box your are using, and what mounts are you talking about. Is it the those plastic things that when you put your car on the starter box it positions your car to hit the rubber wheel?
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