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    Does this support forum really exist anymore?

    I see tons of unanswered Q's here. Are you's throwing in the towel? What's the scoop here?

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    RE: Does this support forum really exist anymore?

    Yes.....think you're right I'm new into the Vulcan and I'm rebuilding my SE with all the aluminum options available for the MIF. Takes a lot of tweeking to get the parts to fit.........but I love doing it

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    RE: Does this support forum really exist anymore?

    do you guys know where i can get a manual for this? thanks.


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    RE: Does this support forum really exist anymore?

    seems like there is no more support for this thing....[]

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    RE: Does this support forum really exist anymore?

    Well....it's too bad this forum isn't frequented more. I have the VTX version of the Vulcan, so I feel a little "out-of-place" in this IRC forum. The regular 1/16, 1/18. mini, etc. forum, doesn't seam to have much of a nitro following.

    I'm really pleased with my VTX by the way. I did a few minor tweaks to it before I started driving it, and so far, no trouble with it at all. Probably most of the "tweaks" could apply to the Vulcan.

    Oops....one problem I havn't fully resolved. Fuel tank o-ring leaks. I have another o-ring that seems to be OK, but fit isn't optomised. I must check out the plumbing section of the hardware strore........

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    RE: Does this support forum really exist anymore?

    got any pics of your vtx?

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    RE: Does this support forum really exist anymore?

    Here's pics from the VTX website.....lots of small thumbnails to click on:

    http://www.teamvtx.com/v4/default.asp?mod=vtx-mb1-ga

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    RE: Does this support forum really exist anymore?

    it does look like the vulcan and acme...

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    RE: Does this support forum really exist anymore?

    Yep, not much action here. Got my little VTX 1/16 buggy running today. I forgot how much fun it is. Can't wait for snow. It's a blast on hardened snow (crusty). Controlled slides...."drifiting" (pun intended) is spectacular with a rooster-tail of light powder tailing the buggy.

    I have changed the wheel bearings out. Original ones are pretty crappy and the buggy can pull to one side.


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