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Old 07-02-2013, 07:52 AM   #6241
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Any idea when those new 1/10 ballcups are going to be available?
I'm waiting for them So i can order the fin turnbuckles too
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Any idea when those new 1/10 ballcups are going to be available?
I'm waiting for them So i can order the fin turnbuckles too
They are in transit and scheduled for mid July (2-3 weeks).
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They are in transit and scheduled for mid July (2-3 weeks).
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yes they make both the punisher and finisher body
Thanks, you were right. Just got confirmation from JConcepts. Matter of fact, they said that only the punisher body is a direct fit on the eco. Something about the side pods and battery clearance issues.
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Is the Light-weight Titan any closer to hitting the JC website?

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Is the Light-weight Titan any closer to hitting the JC website?

Thank you Sir
Not sure; I will check into it and let you know.
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What track conditions are v2 barcodes on buggy made for? I cannot get them to hook up any where, even with super aggressive sauce

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If anybody sees the new ball cups online anywhere, throw a shout out, wanted to try a set. I haven't seen anything on amain as of yet.
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What track conditions are v2 barcodes on buggy made for? I cannot get them to hook up any where, even with super aggressive sauce

What conditions are you trying them on? I have always ran V2's on an outdoor, damp to blue groove style track. V1's have been primarily an indoor tire, at least for me.
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Old 07-07-2013, 06:19 PM   #6250
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hope this has not been answered but you guys gonna make the pressure points for electric buggy in the rear
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The v2 rotates/breaks away more aggressive than v1. They work well on med/high bite tracks. Esp high bite that is slightly abrasive and not slick.

Most people like the v1 a bit better bc theyre a bit easier to drive.
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hope this has not been answered but you guys gonna make the pressure points for electric buggy in the rear
Part # 3035

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What track conditions are v2 barcodes on buggy made for? I cannot get them to hook up any where, even with super aggressive sauce

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What conditions are you trying them on? I have always ran V2's on an outdoor, damp to blue groove style track. V1's have been primarily an indoor tire, at least for me.
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We run on an outdoor clay track and green barcode V2's are one of the best tires there are for our track.
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We run on an outdoor clay track and green barcode V2's are one of the best tires there are for our track.
Running at new hobbies in oregon on clay that is about medium to high. It is indoors and not abrasive. I can't get any v1 barcodes any where I normally shop so I have had to cope with the v2 set. It seems that if I keep a slight bit of power to the wheels they get a little better

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Ran some Blue jackets for the first time this weekend on ebuggy, awesome wear and grip! impressive indeed.
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