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Eman Resu
2010.12.30, 08:30 PM
Just got an MR-01 off of ebay that has some minor mods and 3 bodies (AMG DTM, 911, skyline).

Looking to get some more bodies for it. Will a P.934 body fit? Also, is the wheel base adjustable on the MR-01? Is there a certain body wheel base that only fits MR-01's?

Thanks,
matt

boohoo
2010.12.31, 02:42 PM
as long as you have the right front clip and rear motor mount it should fit.

you can also move the motor mount backwards and forward by undoing the screws that go into the chassis underneath the t peice that go onto the chassis underneath.

i think you will need a mm mount for that body as its low slung at the back

dxm2
2010.12.31, 02:47 PM
That body is 86 mm, so unless you modify it, you need to use an RM mount. The Atomic RM is nice and low and works great.

Eman Resu
2011.01.01, 10:13 AM
thanks for the info

wight
2011.01.03, 06:20 AM
Also consider that the Porsche does not offer much protection to the front wheels.I say this as the MR01 does not have a servo saver.
Fun body to drive though.

bermbuster
2011.01.03, 06:49 AM
A few years ago we had an 015 class were you could only use the Porsche 934 or the 935 bodies. It was a Blast...:D

dxm2
2011.01.06, 01:58 PM
We also had a 934 class where only X-Speed motors were allowed. Lots of fun and great racing.

http://mini-zracer.com/forums/picture.php?albumid=89&pictureid=1097

Beatles
2011.01.06, 03:01 PM
can they fit mr02?

Eman Resu
2011.01.06, 03:10 PM
just got this today. Hopefully it fits :D

dxm2
2011.01.06, 06:28 PM
Hi Eman,
I'm sure you know this, but that is a Porsche 935. They are the same wheelbase as the 934 and still one of my favorite bodies. Fun on small tracks.

herman
2011.01.06, 10:36 PM
can they fit mr02?
the 934 and 935 are mr01/015 specific bodies, and have a narrower wheelbase compared to the mr02 chassis...

there's a tower bar that converts the mr02 front wheelbase to a mr01/015 wheelbase...
i haven't really tried it... but it may or may not work as the 934 body looks quite narrow, if the mr02 fits, i'm guessing it'll be a tight fit... anybody else try this out? :D

Skv012a
2011.01.06, 11:56 PM
the 934 and 935 are mr01/015 specific bodies, and have a narrower wheelbase compared to the mr02 chassis...

there's a tower bar that converts the mr02 front wheelbase to a mr01/015 wheelbase...
i haven't really tried it... but i may or may not work as the 934 body looks quite narrow, if the mr02 fits, i'm guessing it'll be a tight fit... anybody else try this out? :D

Won't fit. This and '72 Skyline are the ONLY 2 that won't fit on 02.

dxm2
2011.01.07, 11:35 AM
I run an MR02 chasis on my 935, but it takes a lot of help from "Mr. Dremel" to get it to fit correctly. Nevet tried it on the 934, but with the 935, its the MR02 battery clips that required body trimming.

Skv012a
2011.01.07, 02:00 PM
I run an MR02 chasis on my 935, but it takes a lot of help from "Mr. Dremel" to get it to fit correctly. Nevet tried it on the 934, but with the 935, its the MR02 battery clips that required body trimming.

The width of the body around doors should be the same, no? That said, it does fit, but the body looks/is bloated around the chassis and I don't consider that a good fit. Can't be that stable for racing either.

Beatles
2011.01.07, 02:41 PM
does anyone have a picture of it on an mr02? anyone willing to post a pic up?

dxm2
2011.01.08, 06:54 PM
It is a tight fit, but I never had any issues with instability.

Here's a pic of an MR02 on one of my 935 bodies. It takes a lot of dremeling to get it to this well.........


http://mini-zracer.com/forums/picture.php?albumid=89&pictureid=1098