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Old 01-23-2012, 12:19 PM   #4681
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I'm very impressed with the double dees rear(green compound) on my losi 22,I ran a full day of practice and they still look brand new,Im buying more jc stuff for sure since they really specialize in 1/10.thanks for making quality tires.
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Old 01-23-2012, 01:25 PM   #4682
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Maybe you received the wrong wing, miss packaged? We make a direct fit Kyosho wing #0116 and it has a wider mounting base strictly for the Kyosho. I made the mold for the wing, so I can assure you I have mounted a few wings onto the Kyosho car . I've never had to bend the mounts to make the wing fit the marked holes on our wing.

Here is a pic of the #0116 wing I mounted last week onto the new RB5 WC kit to confirm fitment on the newest kit. We have also just finished a new Hi-Clearance wing #0125 for the RB5 series cars that uses the same wing mounting locations.
Didn't mean to be rude just frustrated of being told the wings fit and the ones I got in the package did not. They were to fit a b4/44, so i bent the mounts in some and delt with it. Technically they did end up fitting but not bolt right on. When I was told jc didn't plan on making any cab forward Kyosho bodies bc sales were too low I switched to another company. This company did the same thing and the wings were for the b4/44 as well. Only difference was that the mount area was wide enough I didn't have to bend the mounts. I just thought both jc and this other company did this to save on making molds.

Next are there any plans for Kyosho truck bodies now that the 22t might spark an interest in 2wd truck? I would be interested in a cab forward design rather than the illusion style ones. Also another question will the 22t body fit the rt5?
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Old 01-24-2012, 07:56 AM   #4683
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I was sold a set of JC Rulux wheels 3330B for my SC10RS. The hex fits fine, but the offset looks a lot wider than stock. Are these ROAR legal on this truck?
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Old 01-24-2012, 08:35 AM   #4684
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I was sold a set of JC Rulux wheels 3330B for my SC10RS. The hex fits fine, but the offset looks a lot wider than stock. Are these ROAR legal on this truck?
The 3330B wheels are for the HPI Blitz and would be considered to wide for ROAR races. You need either the 3332B or 3344B for the SC10RS.
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So I got these today. And the package does say soft-orange .. I ordered these on the 17th then on the 19th I see the normal blue soft released .. :-(

Is there any chemical to soften them maybe? Paragon or something?

hey PW. do you have a suggestions chemical wise?
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Old 01-24-2012, 09:18 AM   #4686
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hey PW. do you have a suggestions chemical wise?
I've never tried saucing the orange compound. You can try Paragon like you mentioned. You could also try spraying WD40 on them and then put them into a resealable bag.
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Old 01-27-2012, 03:15 AM   #4687
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Old 01-27-2012, 06:53 AM   #4688
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Vijay. Thank you for your interest in JConcpets products.
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Old 01-27-2012, 08:48 AM   #4689
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When will the new Chevrolet sct body be available? And when are you going to start making your tires in the USA instead of china....and I know they are designed here..

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Old 01-27-2012, 10:00 AM   #4690
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The Chevy SCT body is available, and should be in stores. Part number 0200.
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When will the new Chevrolet sct body be available? And when are you going to start making your tires in the USA instead of china....and I know they are designed here..
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Proline Chevy body kit with JConcepts Barcodes (Super Soft). Straight black for my first expedition into painting a body. The front rubs a lot up by the corners and had to be trimmed quite a bit. Without any trimming it would have ripped the tires up in no time. Also, the back needs to be trimmed if you want to run it lower, more like the stock body kit.

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Proline Chevy body kit with JConcepts Barcodes (Super Soft). Straight black for my first expedition into painting a body. The front rubs a lot up by the corners and had to be trimmed quite a bit. Without any trimming it would have ripped the tires up in no time. Also, the back needs to be trimmed if you want to run it lower, more like the stock body kit.

pro line racing and JCONCEPTS stickers at the same time!?????
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pro line racing and JCONCEPTS stickers at the same time!?????
Body = proline (and future shocks)
JConcepts = wheels/tires

Have I crossed some unspoken boundary in the world of SCT decoration?
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