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Old 12-27-2013, 11:29 PM   #6961
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The sc10 sway bar kits works great guy!!!!!!!
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The sc10 sway bar kit works great!!!!
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First let me say that I've been running Gold Bro codes lately with awesome results.

Here's my question, what track conditions would warrant the use of Bar Codes instead of Bro Codes?

I realize that the Bro's are broken in and have a lower tread height.

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Bro vs. Bar (v1) is virtually the same. Barcodes that have been run for approx 10mins are about the same as Brocodes. Bro are faster when you throw them down first thing without having to deal with breaking them in.

V2 Barcodes offer quicker rotation and slightly less side bite due to the angle of the side bars.

There's no right or wrong time to run either. Personal preference as to how you want the rear end to break away.

Personally, I like BroCodes in 2wd rear most of the time and V2 Barcodes on the rear of 4wd to help it swing around quicker.
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Old 12-30-2013, 06:08 AM   #6965
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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.
Yes; we will still release them .

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What can you tell me about the following items?
Splitters?

G-Locs?

Dirt Webs?
Splitters is a new 2wd buggy rear that is for slick conditions: Hard packed dusty or slimy surfaces. They would be considered in the Double Dee family.

G-Locs are a basher street tire.

Dirt Webs are for med/high-bite indoor surfaces that need lower tread than Bar Codes.

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When can we have the RT6 body?
The T4.2 Finnisher body (0252) fits perfectly; just need to mark your own holes. There will actually just be a running change on the T4.2 body with added dimples for RT6.

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Looking for some tire suggestions for Motorama coming up in Feb. It will be on the big track if anyone is familiar with that in e-buggy and 4wd SCT. I was thinking stackers or hybrids for the buggy but what about the SCT? Subcultures possibly?
You are right on the money for 1/8th scale. SCT 4x4 normally starts out Subcultures and then switches to 3D's when it gets bumpy and dry (both in green).
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Is there a J Concepts tire that works well at Warehouse3?
Which class? I will have to ask Matt Gordon.
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ETA for Finnisher bodies for the B5 buggies?
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^^^ Is that a serious question?
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^^^ sometimes they have sneak peaks at new products...
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We saw the B5 the same time as all of you...Ha So we don't have any idea yet
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We saw the B5 the same time as all of you...Ha So we don't have any idea yet
You just burst my bubble, I thought you had a crystal ball.
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Which class? I will have to ask Matt Gordon.
For 2wd/4wd buggy and ST:

Black V1 barcodes are the way to go. Green V1's are also a great choice.


Be sure to sauce them
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Bro vs. Bar (v1) is virtually the same. Barcodes that have been run for approx 10mins are about the same as Brocodes. Bro are faster when you throw them down first thing without having to deal with breaking them in.

V2 Barcodes offer quicker rotation and slightly less side bite due to the angle of the side bars.

There's no right or wrong time to run either. Personal preference as to how you want the rear end to break away.

Personally, I like BroCodes in 2wd rear most of the time and V2 Barcodes on the rear of 4wd to help it swing around quicker.
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Thanks to Jconcepts for sticking with putting out parts for the Centro. It is an uneasy time for us. Lol

Any timeframe on the release of the pin mounts?
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