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  • The new Hazards for the RC10 are 1.9 front & 1.7 rear. I dont think you can run any 2.2 tires on them. I just glued up my JC tires onto the Hazards last night
  • I understand. Too bad those tires will not work on our indoor track. I was just hoping that there might be something coming to use the 2.2 tires and keep the stock rc10 axles.
  • Hello P.W
    I got yalls sway bar mounted on my sc10.2 and I can't get the front sway bar mounts tight enough without locking down the sway bar from moving freely, do I need to do a little trimming on the mounts or just run it tight and see if it frees up? The rear mounts are fine, nice an tight and free. In the front I used the 1.6mm bar and 1.2 in the rear. (To me it seems like the slot needs to be just a hair deeper or sand half of the nylon washer to get free movement??)
  • [QUOTE=kyoshoracer77;12839446]Hello P.W
    I got yalls sway bar mounted on my sc10.2 and I can't get the front sway bar mounts tight enough without locking down the sway bar from moving freely, do I need to do a little trimming on the mounts or just run it tight and see if it frees up? The rear mounts are fine, nice an tight and free. In the front I used the 1.6mm bar and 1.2 in the rear. (To me it seems like the slot needs to be just a hair deeper or sand half of the nylon washer to get free movement??)[/Q

    The 2 blue "slide nuts"(not sure what they are called) that go on the top plate have different size groves notched in them. You might just have to turn those 90deg and use the bigger notches. Hope that helps
  • Any plans on a nb48 silencer body?
  • Quote: Any plans on a nb48 silencer body?
    Possibility...
  • [QUOTE=KAWIDAD;12839518]
    Quote: Hello P.W
    I got yalls sway bar mounted on my sc10.2 and I can't get the front sway bar mounts tight enough without locking down the sway bar from moving freely, do I need to do a little trimming on the mounts or just run it tight and see if it frees up? The rear mounts are fine, nice an tight and free. In the front I used the 1.6mm bar and 1.2 in the rear. (To me it seems like the slot needs to be just a hair deeper or sand half of the nylon washer to get free movement??)[/Q

    The 2 blue "slide nuts"(not sure what they are called) that go on the top plate have different size groves notched in them. You might just have to turn those 90deg and use the bigger notches. Hope that helps
    I done that, the wire is in the biggest slot.
  • [QUOTE=kyoshoracer77;12840087]
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    I done that, the wire is in the biggest slot.
    Triple check the castle piece just to be sure. Installed a couple of these kits without issue. If you still have interference just faintly file the slot or backdrag a hobby knife across the edges of the alum to break the edge. Otherwise it'll be fine in about 5mins of runtime so long as it's not jamb up tight.
  • [QUOTE=mblgjr;12842349]
    Quote:
    Triple check the castle piece just to be sure. Installed a couple of these kits without issue. If you still have interference just faintly file the slot or backdrag a hobby knife across the edges of the alum to break the edge. Otherwise it'll be fine in about 5mins of runtime so long as it's not jamb up tight.
    I took off some of the blue anodized and I was able to tighten it up fine.
    Are the jconcepts ball ends as tight to snap on like the one on the sway bar?? If so I want them!!!!!!!!
  • Now that the B5 has been announced, are you still going to move forward with Centro parts? I am hoping that you will still release the narrow rear hinge pin mounts.
  • Good question ....
  • [QUOTE=kyoshoracer77;12843725]
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    I took off some of the blue anodized and I was able to tighten it up fine.
    Are the jconcepts ball ends as tight to snap on like the one on the sway bar?? If so I want them!!!!!!!!
    Yes, they fit very well when used with stock ball studs.

    Pair the JC ends with the JC studs for a "Zero slop" fitment

    Ends
    http://www.jconcepts.net/store/index...roducts_id=708

    Ball Studs (available in .200/.300/.400 lengths
    http://www.jconcepts.net/store/index...roducts_id=710
  • so what is the scoop on the black compound tires? I will be trying some this weekend but I want to know if anyone has compared it to AKA's Super Soft compound.
  • What can you tell me about the following items?
    Splitters?

    G-Locs?

    Dirt Webs?
  • Quote: so what is the scoop on the black compound tires? I will be trying some this weekend but I want to know if anyone has compared it to AKA's Super Soft compound.
    JC green is softer/grippier than Aka SS.

    Black is best when running in cool, damp, clean/indoor conditions. It offers that last bit of traction, esp when it's cold. Its def a bit grippier than green, but doesn't drive "softer" or squirmy like some ultra soft compounds can.

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