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Old 03-20-2012, 10:50 PM   #4861
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I asked before and got no response, is there a photo or mention of this previously?
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Old 03-21-2012, 02:20 AM   #4862
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are the jconcepts double dee's basically the same as proline holeshots?
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are the jconcepts double dee's basically the same as proline holeshots?
Well the new Holeshots have a more square carcass. Both have similar pin, but the JC comes with alot better foam insert.
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Old 03-21-2012, 05:13 AM   #4864
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Old 03-21-2012, 05:29 AM   #4865
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Well the new Holeshots have a more square carcass. Both have similar pin, but the JC comes with alot better foam insert.
To add to that; the block/pins on the Double Dee's also have more spacing for added traction.
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How do the V2 barcode perform different from the V1?
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Old 03-21-2012, 03:23 PM   #4867
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How do the V2 barcode perform different from the V1?
more rotation with v2s, so less side bite. Some times they work much better then v1s but to start, v1s usually are the ticket for indoor

btw jconcepts, u guys keep making new things which is sweet, goodbye hole shot, hello hybrid blues!! cannot wait till they come. Honestly never liked green dd's. They have little forward bite..
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more rotation with v2s, so less side bite. Some times they work much better then v1s but to start, v1s usually are the ticket for indoor

btw jconcepts, u guys keep making new things which is sweet, goodbye hole shot, hello hybrid blues!! cannot wait till they come. Honestly never liked green dd's. They have little forward bite..
Love Double Dees's on my Pro4 but on my 4wd Mod they are terrible. No foreward surge and inconsistant. Just my opinion.
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Congrats to the J Concepts crew on another great Cactus Classic!!! Its been a great first part of 2012!!
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Congrats to the J Concepts crew on another great Cactus Classic!!! Its been a great first part of 2012!!
Thank you Nick!

Great weekend indeed for JConcepts!





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When do you have 3042-02 Subcultures - green compound (SCT 3.0 x 2.2 wheel) in stock?
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When do you have 3042-02 Subcultures - green compound (SCT 3.0 x 2.2 wheel) in stock?
Tower Hobbies and A-main have them in stock

I will have to check the ETA for us directly.
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I have a question about the JConcepts Indoor National Series.

In Pro 2wd Stock SCT can we run the short course buggy chassis on the XXX-sct?
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Old 03-27-2012, 11:29 AM   #4874
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I took the challenge to get the Jconcepts Finnisher body to fit the 22 in mid motor form. I will have pics of the unpainted body on my blog very soon. Painted body should be ready by the weekend
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Old 03-27-2012, 11:44 AM   #4875
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Paul,
Somebody on the B4.1 thread said you guys were making carbon A, B, and C, hub towers. Is this correct and is there a time table?
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