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bmxtrev
2009.05.21, 07:51 PM
The m3 is a 98 right? I just gotta know the offsets, and any notes about it's handling, strength etc. Ie how's it for racing?

Thanks!

okoye
2009.05.21, 08:23 PM
apparently it is a 102 mm

Skv012a
2009.05.21, 08:37 PM
I can open yours and check if you want koye.

bmxtrev
2009.05.21, 08:42 PM
alright, i did some research and found its a 98mm, and is made for 0/0 offset. Now all i gotta know is

can it fit +1 front offset and +2 rear offset?

How does it handle? [good for racing?]

strength


thanks :cool:

Skv012a
2009.05.21, 10:17 PM
http://i452.photobucket.com/albums/qq249/skv0124/MiniZ/KoyeM3_1.jpg
http://i452.photobucket.com/albums/qq249/skv0124/MiniZ/KoyeM3_2.jpg
http://i452.photobucket.com/albums/qq249/skv0124/MiniZ/KoyeM3_3.jpg

98. Have fun buying the extension if you wanna use it on MA.

okoye
2009.05.21, 10:19 PM
well skv already posted pics of my bmw

Steven@ILR
2009.05.22, 12:26 AM
wow thats new to me, who makes that??

EMU
2009.05.22, 02:12 AM
BMX, if you are referring to the Kyosho M3, You really have to stick with the 0N/0W setup. The body isnt very wide, about the same if not less than the McLaren F1.

When setup right, it could be a decent 70t car. But I wouldnt put a fast motor in it, it has a pretty high CG, and is too narrow.

If you do fender flares :p I allways wished that Kyosho did a widebody race version M3...

I need to get the new Iwaver M3... just to see how it is.