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Old 07-24-2008, 09:13 AM   #2026
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Old 07-27-2008, 02:17 PM   #2027
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Here's a stupid question. I'm going to order these two parts:


1037 - BJ4 Rear MIP CVD, Complete Set

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1108 - Front Suspension Sleeve (Short)

These two comes in pairs right? For the right and left side of the BJ4WE?

Also, I see the REAR CVD Bone (just the bone) is available, but are the FRONT CVD bones available?
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Here's a stupid question. I'm going to order these two parts:

1037 - BJ4 Rear MIP CVD, Complete Set

and

1108 - Front Suspension Sleeve (Short)

These two comes in pairs right? For the right and left side of the BJ4WE?

Also, I see the REAR CVD Bone (just the bone) is available, but are the FRONT CVD bones available?
Both 1037 and 1108 come in pairs, yes. Front bones are only available in pairs (shiny) #1157 I believe.
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Old 07-28-2008, 11:11 PM   #2029
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Can the B44's front CVAs be used in conjunction with BJ4WE's castor blocks and steering knuckles (The Losi Part)?

The only difference I can see is that the cup and ball configuration is reversed, where the ball end is on the bone-side and the cup is on the axle-side...

Will I have to use the B44's castor blocks and steering knuckles for this to work?
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Old 07-29-2008, 11:55 AM   #2030
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Can the B44's front CVAs be used in conjunction with BJ4WE's castor blocks and steering knuckles (The Losi Part)?

The only difference I can see is that the cup and ball configuration is reversed, where the ball end is on the bone-side and the cup is on the axle-side...

Will I have to use the B44's castor blocks and steering knuckles for this to work?

Im not really sure about that, perhaps AE could help? I know that the B44 Castor and steering blocks do work on the BJ though.
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Old 07-31-2008, 02:59 PM   #2031
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Andy what is a losi pink or panther clay compatiable tire compound? In the jconcepts 1/10th scale line of tires?


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Andy what is a losi pink or panther clay compatiable tire compound? In the jconcepts 1/10th scale line of tires?


Thanks,

Kobe
We dont really have a comparable compound to Pink. There are reports of our Blue working on indoor type tracks, but I cant say for sure.
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Ifmar Worlds WarmUp II video is now up!

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Old 07-31-2008, 05:58 PM   #2034
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Thanks Andy, i'll pick up some blues and try them.
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Super Cup race report

http://www.jconceptsracing.net/wordpress/?p=125

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Default 1/10 Buggy Goosebumps Drive another Win

JConcepts products are continueing their Winning Tradition. Round 4 of the Arkansas Championship Off-Road Racing Electric League (www.arcorr.net) resumed competition Sunday August 3rd, 2008. The event was held at our largest raceway, Wolfpack Racetrack (www.wolfpackracetrack.com) in Hot Springs Arkansas. The temperature outside was the hottest (100+) and highest humidity we have faced this season. Our dedicated racers were real troopers as we race during the hottest part of the day.

JConcepts 1/10 Goosebumps Tires and Inserts, again proved up to the task by providing the Grip and Durability in the increasingly highly competitive Expert 4wd Buggy Class. Driver Kirk Crisalli used the same set of tires from the previous event to Win the Expert 4wd Buggy. The 1/10 Buggy Goosebump Front and Rears proved effective in all track conditions from dry to damp clay throughout the day. In the end JConcepts Tires not only finished 1st and 3rd, they also were used to set Fast Lap as well as traction for Kirks wire to wire A-Main time, which beat the TQ Pace set in Qualification by 6 seconds.

Kirk now finds himself atop the Championship Chase with only two events remaining. He is looking forward to a chance to bring home the Crown and believes he has the tires to get the job done.

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Our latest t-shirt design "Cool Gray":

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Old 08-04-2008, 09:02 PM   #2039
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I used the stock foam that came with the double dees an would like some more side bite. If I use a firmer foam like bomb one will that give me more side bite? Thanks.
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I used the stock foam that came with the double dees an would like some more side bite. If I use a firmer foam like bomb one will that give me more side bite? Thanks.
Do you have any photos of the track your running on? What type of surface is it?
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