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Old 09-10-2007, 11:39 AM   #691
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Another shot of Tebo's sexy body -

And some interesting hoops on Maifields rig....
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Im digging those wheels, reminds me of back in the day with the peak spoke wheels for the losi and of course the old losi 5 stars.
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Old 09-10-2007, 11:57 AM   #693
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Andy were can i see a close up pic of the goose bumps fot the truggy, & are ther avalible yet ?. thank's
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Another shot of Tebo's sexy body -

And some interesting hoops on Maifields rig....
Thanks Tim, where are you getting the pics?

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Andy were can i see a close up pic of the goose bumps for the truggy, & are ther avalible yet ?. thank's
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Here is another shot of our new stuff, thanks to oople.com!



The Hi Flow body and 6" V Wing, along with our 2wd front and rear wheels in white.
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ANDY thank you . what conditions are they recomended for ?.
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ANDY thank you . what conditions are they recomended for ?.
I would use them when the track is a little loamy, but they have been tested in many different conditions and have proven to be quite versatile. It also depends on the compound and more information will be available when they are released.
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I would use them when the track is a little loamy, but they have been tested in many different conditions and have proven to be quite versatile. It also depends on the compound and more information will be available when they are released.
Thank's for your repliy .
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I would use them when the track is a little loamy, but they have been tested in many different conditions and have proven to be quite versatile. It also depends on the compound and more information will be available when they are released.
!CLAY COMPOUND PLEASE!
Regarding the new B4 body, I've said it before and I'll say it again, FREAKIN' SWEET!
And a question on those wheels. Are they actually lighter than the Pro-Lines (or the new AE ones)? Also are they more true? Pro-Lines are HORRIBLE, but I've heard that the new AE ones are much better.
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!CLAY COMPOUND PLEASE!
Regarding the new B4 body, I've said it before and I'll say it again, FREAKIN' SWEET!
And a question on those wheels. Are they actually lighter than the Pro-Lines (or the new AE ones)? Also are they more true? Pro-Lines are HORRIBLE, but I've heard that the new AE ones are much better.
Yes; the set of 4 buggy wheels (2fr/2r) are just over 6g lighter and they are very straight They also have 2 pin slots for easier fit (+ shape).
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!CLAY COMPOUND PLEASE!
Thanks for the answer. Are you going to make them for other cars? Like a Losi front, or for the Kyosho cars, or 4wd fronts (Losi, BJ4, AE)?
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Thanks for the answer. Are you going to make them for other cars? Like a Losi front, or for the Kyosho cars, or 4wd fronts (Losi, BJ4, AE)?
Not sure about the other 2wd cars, but we will have 4wd fronts Final details will be coming soon.
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!CLAY COMPOUND PLEASE!
Getting annoying yet? Thanks for the info.
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THose rims are very cool looking. Man can't wait to get some of those.
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