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Old 09-25-2014, 02:11 PM   #7786
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my 8th scale 8.2e does.
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my 8th scale 8.2e does.

So your sc10 doesnt? I have 2 sctes and a sc10 I was hoping to haul in it.
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Old 09-25-2014, 03:24 PM   #7788
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If 2wd buggy and 2wd SC are both pretty much exclusivly on soft or ss holeshots front and rear in both classes (told that clay don't work). Which JC would I want to look into?
Any input guys?
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Any input guys?
My first thought would be DD's or maybe flip outs in either green or blue
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So your sc10 doesnt? I have 2 sctes and a sc10 I was hoping to haul in it.
I think they will.
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Old 09-29-2014, 10:02 AM   #7791
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Any input guys?
For SCT, Doubledees (DD) in Green compound would be a baseline starting point. Use Blue front/Green rear for a nice smooth steering feel on a loose/typical outdoor track that has a clean driving line.

If the track gets abrasive or rough/potholes and wear is a concern or you want more side bite in the rear, move to 3D's.

For 2w buggy use green compound; DD or Splitters, but add Flipouts. They work exceptional as an all around outdoor tire that you can use at the beginning of the day when there's more dust then swap back to a DD later in the day. Splitters offer a little nicer feel than DD's sometimes as the track gets cleaner, either is a good choice.

2w front you'll want a traditional ribbed tire or you can make your own DD fronts by cutting them down. Otherwise Rips/Rounder will have you covered.
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Old 09-29-2014, 12:06 PM   #7792
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Serpent 1/10 scale parts would be awesome... just sayin!
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Are there any options in the pipeline for the kyosho zx6??
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Are there any options in the pipeline for the kyosho zx6??
Some carbon fiber would be nice, 12mm front wheels, and a finnisher body would be nice
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A body for sure; nothing on hopups right now.
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A body for sure; nothing on hopups right now.
I vote for the finnisher.
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Can't seem to find the part # for JC Steering bell crank for the B5/B5M...
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Can't seem to find the part # for JC Steering bell crank for the B5/B5M...
They haven't been officially announced/released yet, but there should be something very soon .
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Greetings PW... Any update/eta on the d413 body?
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Greetings PW... Any update/eta on the d413 body?
They are working on the photos and press release now and should be released next week.
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