My MST PRO

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  1. sumpscraper

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    Just like to say hi i used to have a tamiya tt01 and then got a MST pro for xmas and it so good i love it 1000000 times better then my tt01

    Have some pictures to show you :) i have allready uprated Savox sc-1251MG,alloy rear spool,blue aluminium steering arms and 11mm mst wheels


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    Hope you like and any feed back of what to change or to do next

    thanks :)
     
  2. Gaz325

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    Love it !!
     
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    Your tyres look heavily worn down lol .. Nice bit of kit there. I have a tt01 currently and as soon as i get some spare cash im buying an mst !
     
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    Yea worn that's all the car park drifting I do :) just put my CS kit in last night so can't wait try it out :)
     
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    when are you fitting the headlights on the onevia?
     
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    Going be doing my lights soon as thinking about using my ae86 ones not sure if it work maybe lazy eye ;) lol how you do yours ? Running 1.54 cs now can't wait try it out
     
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    S13Dr1fter ~SOUTHERN DRIFT RC~

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    I made mine out of clear plastic painted black and universal light buckets. Easy
     
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    Cooool mate I might have try that :) where did you get your universal light buckets from ?
     
  9. BigJames

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    Looks good! Are they touring car springs on the back?
     
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    Bigjames yea think so I found them in my old box seem to work fine tho went drifting other night felt good :) but I will be getting a mst spring set soon as I got some money.
     
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    maybe off rcgeeks but ebay have them scattered about
     
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    I have a look online for some :) any other good mods I should do ?
     
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    Looks awesome mate

    I would suggest investing in the MST DK spring set at £20 you can't go wrong they are awesome shocks

    Darcy
     
  14. sumpscraper

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    Darc174 yea I will be getting some soon as. What ones u running ? Hard rear soft front ?
     
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    BigJames A.K.A Jay

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    Darcy's setup will be a little different to yours bud since he runs the FS-01D front motor chassis. I'd imagine you will be best to run medium front/soft rear but it all depends on the surface you run and the style you like.
     
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    Car parks at the min :) the ones I have at min are hard and seem very nice when drifting each person have different set ups
     
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    Took my car to wrcc drifting last night 1st timing running cs 1.54 and loved it but then after about 1hr the front belt snap :( so I changed it to 1.8 cs with smaller belt started drifting again 30mins in rear belt snap just was not my night :( not sure if belt was to tight or to loose.

    Any help would be good :)
     
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    BigJames A.K.A Jay

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    All ready made a order mate lol yea u could flex the belt a little but was not close to anything. The smaller belt in the CS kit looks a lot better then the std ones in pro kit
     
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    Ordered my belts on Friday and there turn up this morning :)
     

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