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Old 03-08-2012, 06:14 PM   #4801
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when can I order the finnisher for the rb5 from amain or stormer
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thanks i wasn't looking forward to $22 in shipping cost on this body
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There is a Punisher body for the serpent buggy.
Yea i think its only for the nitro version, i need the E model
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How long before we see Hybrids for the SC trucks.....
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thanks i wasn't looking forward to $22 in shipping cost on this body
Where did you see $22 in shipping?
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ouch. I never noticed that before LOL.
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How long before we see Hybrids for the SC trucks.....
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Old 03-09-2012, 07:16 PM   #4809
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are the Hazard wheels discontinued?
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Any chance for some yellow hazzard wheels??
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Any time frame for these? Just wondering since I will need to pick up some new wheels for the outdoor season in about a month. thanks
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Old 03-12-2012, 01:51 PM   #4811
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How long before we see Hybrids for the SC trucks.....
No plans for them right now; 3D's will be the next tire in the coming months.

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No; that's our newest/current wheel.

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Any time frame for these? Just wondering since I will need to pick up some new wheels for the outdoor season in about a month. thanks
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Yea i think its only for the nitro version, i need the E model
Nothing for the E-buggy planned right now.

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Will there be any newer Illuzion Hi-flow bodies coming out?.....or did you guys stop making them?

and how does the Hi-Flow fit on the RC8Be?....(w/4S battery)
No plans for updated Hi-Flow buggy bodies.

Hi-Flow body hits the battery.
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Old 03-12-2012, 02:26 PM   #4812
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I'm building up a SC10 and was wondering what's the deal with the bodies. I see there are multiple bodies available and thats awesome that we have options. Last time I ran a body that covered the fenders of the car was in touring and they definitely affected the way the car handled.

Is there some where I can read about how each of the JC bodies affect the truck's handling? I'm sure one of them has to be the "racers favorite" by now.

Also is there anything else I need to know about mounting them or which cutouts I should open up and which I should leave closed?

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I'm building up a SC10 and was wondering what's the deal with the bodies. I see there are multiple bodies available and thats awesome that we have options. Last time I ran a body that covered the fenders of the car was in touring and they definitely affected the way the car handled.

Is there some where I can read about how each of the JC bodies affect the truck's handling? I'm sure one of them has to be the "racers favorite" by now.

Also is there anything else I need to know about mounting them or which cutouts I should open up and which I should leave closed?

Thanks!
It's short course it doesn't matter! JK!! Get a high flow body and cut out all the vents to elimenate the parachute effect!! Just dont go crazy and cut out the windshield you will loose all your downforce!! I think Maifield is the only one that can tell which vents are removed and which aren't!!
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I have this one on order. I have the original stock body but it looks like swiss cheese to get good airflow.
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I'm building up a SC10 and was wondering what's the deal with the bodies. I see there are multiple bodies available and thats awesome that we have options. Last time I ran a body that covered the fenders of the car was in touring and they definitely affected the way the car handled.

Is there some where I can read about how each of the JC bodies affect the truck's handling? I'm sure one of them has to be the "racers favorite" by now.

Also is there anything else I need to know about mounting them or which cutouts I should open up and which I should leave closed?

Thanks!
The racer favorite seems to be the Hi-Flow. The cutouts depend on the track and jump conditions.

-Racing small indoor tracks with steep jumps; I prefer not cutting out the rear louvers.

-Big outdoor tracks with long distance jumps; I prefer to cut out all the vents in the front and half of the rears. Most of the time I cut the lower 3 louvers in the rear and the small vents in the roof-line.
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