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Old 01-20-2012, 06:24 AM   #4651
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New Releases....



Features:
· Original – JConcepts Finnisher design
· Blended wing / body design
· Includes 2 – 6.5″ wide Hi-Clearance wings
· Clear polycarbonate with protective film
· Window masks and Finnisher decal sheet

JConcepts options as shown:
· 0232 – Illuzion – Kyosho RB-5 WC – Finnisher body
· 0125 – Illuzion – 6.5″ Hi-Clearance wing
· 3347 – Mono – B4.1 | RB5 – 12mm hex front wheel (white) – 4pc
· 3348 – Mono – B4.1 | B44.1 | RB5 – 12mm hex rear wheel (white) – 4pc
· 2089 – 4mm locking wheel nut – fits all Kyosho, Traxxas, SC10 4Χ4, TLR 22, SCT-E (blue)

Illuzion – Kyosho RB-5 WC – Finnisher body
Part # – 0232
(Fits Kyosho RB-5 WC buggy)

Illuzion – 6.5″ Hi-Clearance wing (0232 direct replacement – Kyosho RB-5 WC)
Part # – 0125
(Fits Kyosho RB-5 WC buggy)

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Features:
· Available in Soft (Blue), Super Soft (Green) Indoor Soft (Gold) and Outdoor hot (Orange) compounds
· Alternating bar design combined with the addition of Y side bars
· Excels on hard surfaces that have taken rubber with either dry or wet grooved conditions
· Includes light-weight and durable Closed Cell “Profiled” inserts

Bar Codes – blue compound (fits SCT 3.0″ x 2.2″ wheel)
Part # – 3044-01
(fits SCT 3.0″ x 2.2″ wheel)
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Old 01-20-2012, 10:17 AM   #4652
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A rb5 body, finally! Just wish it would have come out sooner.

Does the wing fit the rb5 or is it molded like the previous ones and meant for the b4 22 and Durango wing mounts? I remember remember with previous wings the mounts had to be bent in some and the holes right on the crease.
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Old 01-20-2012, 10:20 AM   #4653
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ok where the hi flow body for the 22t
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Old 01-20-2012, 10:35 AM   #4654
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A rb5 body, finally! Just wish it would have come out sooner.

Does the wing fit the rb5 or is it molded like the previous ones and meant for the b4 22 and Durango wing mounts? I remember remember with previous wings the mounts had to be bent in some and the holes right on the crease.
The wing fits directly onto the RB5 without any mods or bending of the mounts; I never had an issue with the older wing (0116) fitting...weird. Keep in mind, everything is based off a brand new kit as well; so sometimes used cars have wing mounts that are a little out of shape.

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ok where the hi flow body for the 22t
No Hi-Flow, but the Punisher body will be out soon
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Old 01-20-2012, 10:42 AM   #4655
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Durango Mono style Wheels would greatly be appreciated!
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Old 01-20-2012, 11:12 AM   #4656
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Durango Mono style Wheels would greatly be appreciated!
What would be more greatly appreciated is if Durango used the industry standard 12mm hex . There are no plans right now for a Durango specific wheel. That said; I have successfully used our B4 rear hex kit and Mono wheels on the rear of the Durango . Haven't figured anything out for the front though. Maybe everyone can ask them for a front hex setup .
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Old 01-20-2012, 11:14 AM   #4657
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Hey Paul, do you guys have front and rear rims that have recessed wheel nut for the B4.1 w/hex ?
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Old 01-20-2012, 11:41 AM   #4658
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Hey Paul, do you guys have front and rear rims that have recessed wheel nut for the B4.1 w/hex ?
No...The Losi rear Mono will fit the B4.1 with hex, but nothing for the front.
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Old 01-20-2012, 11:54 AM   #4659
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The K car finisher looks sick. I know alot of local K car driver who will pick one up. Most are sick of they're silly puppydog bodies.
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What would be more greatly appreciated is if Durango used the industry standard 12mm hex . There are no plans right now for a Durango specific wheel. That said; I have successfully used our B4 rear hex kit and Mono wheels on the rear of the Durango . Haven't figured anything out for the front though. Maybe everyone can ask them for a front hex setup .
You can lead a horse to water... i have no clue why they did not use 12mm or figure out a way to use hexes up front and still maintain the adjustable axle. Maybe a JC conversion? The Durango rims are what I use but seem to be a little noodly, but the DE rims are not that attractive.
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I asked this same question over on the B44.1 thread but figured I might get a quicker response here.

I'm working on a dirt oval project that is B44/B44.1 based and was curious to know if the front and rear driveshafts from the BJ4 are the same lengths as the B44/B44.1? JConcepts has an aluminum set and I'm trying to shave all of the weight I can, especially rotating weight.
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No Hi-Flow, but the Punisher body will be out soon
Oh yeah!
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The wing fits directly onto the RB5 without any mods or bending of the mounts; I never had an issue with the older wing (0116) fitting...weird. Keep in mind, everything is based off a brand new kit as well; so sometimes used cars have wing mounts that are a little out of shape.



No Hi-Flow, but the Punisher body will be out soon
whats the release date for the 22t punisher? cant wait
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Old 01-21-2012, 02:26 PM   #4664
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Was wondering if any one has used the orange short course barcode? I ordered these from tower thinking they were just a step over supersoft.. thinking they might last a little longer. Tower listed them as soft.. http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXAGCE&P=7 but now I seen blue-softs released.. these gonna be garbage? Lol
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Orange is the second hardest, only white is harder. They're meant for high temp conditions on blue/black groove. Not very soft at all.
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