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Old 04-08-2012, 09:35 PM   #4921
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When will the new Black Jackets 1:8 buggy tire be released? Really in need of a small pin tire with pins more spaced out than the hybrid
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Old 04-08-2012, 10:36 PM   #4922
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Really in need of some 2w outdoor buggy shoes... +1 on some Rulux wheels for the rb5 sp2
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How much is "a ways off?"
That means we don't even have a prototype yet to test and I have no idea; so its several months away at best .

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When will the new Black Jackets 1:8 buggy tire be released? Really in need of a small pin tire with pins more spaced out than the hybrid
They were delayed a little bit for some added tweaks . The plan is to release them at the AMS 3.0 or 2nd week of June.

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Really in need of some 2w outdoor buggy shoes... +1 on some Rulux wheels for the rb5 sp2
Sorry, no plans for rulux wheels at this point.
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Old 04-09-2012, 07:02 AM   #4924
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Paul,
I have yet to see the hybrids in person, I guess the shop here is out of them, are they similar to the fuzzy? Are you gonna make it to Spring Nationals race this weekend or is just Jason?
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I have yet to see the hybrids in person, I guess the shop here is out of them, are they similar to the fuzzy? Are you gonna make it to Spring Nationals race this weekend or is just Jason?
Nothing like a Fuzzy; maybe closer to X-2000 or something like that.



Jason will be attending the race at Mike's.
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Taller pins than the x-2000 and better center lugs. It should work more places than the Square Fuzzie and last longer than 5 minutes...
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Thanks,
Those look like they will work good at Mikes, I will give them a try!
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Any idea when the new aluminum steering will be available for the B4.1 / T4?

Thanks, Krom.
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Any idea when the new aluminum steering will be available for the B4.1 / T4?

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Hopefully mid-May sometime.
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What is the best tire for a track that's hard packed with some loam on it? It's for 4wd sc and 1/8 ebuggy outdoors.
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What is the best tire for a track that's hard packed with some loam on it? It's for 4wd sc and 1/8 ebuggy outdoors.
I like DD's they work on almost anything. Subcultures are good too.
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I like DD's they work on almost anything. Subcultures are good too.
Thanks, I've been running green subcultures on both. Just curious if this was the best tire or if they have something better
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What is the best tire for a track that's hard packed with some loam on it? It's for 4wd sc and 1/8 ebuggy outdoors.
I also recommend the Subcultures and or DD's.
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I run a Rc10T4 since it's release and been a proline fan. But after building this T4.1Ft I'm switching to Jconcept. I love the fit and finish of the tires(didn't even need to balance them) and the bodies is very strong. I hope you guys start pushing the stadium truck market even harder.
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Any slick tires for 1/10 electric in the pipeline??
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