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Old 06-01-2015, 11:45 AM   #8416
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Is there any jconcepts body that fits the 2015 xray xb4?
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Old 06-01-2015, 03:32 PM   #8417
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I would like to thank JConcepts for being at Ams 6.0 race! Hope everyone made it home with no issues. Hope to see you there next year!
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Old 06-01-2015, 05:49 PM   #8418
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Any plans to make a body for the Tekno et48?
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Old 06-01-2015, 07:57 PM   #8419
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I'm going to start racing 1/8 buggy soon. Can anybody here help me on
what tires ( tire compound/tread and inserts) to use in an indoor cool and tacky
clay tracks? Thanks in advance.
Dirt webs in green. That would be my choice. That is what I use on my tenth scale stuff for indoor. I am sure the 8th scale would be just as awesome. If it is super high bite then I would go blue.
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Old 06-02-2015, 05:27 AM   #8420
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I'm going to start racing 1/8 buggy soon. Can anybody here help me on
what tires ( tire compound/tread and inserts) to use in an indoor cool and tacky
clay tracks? Thanks in advance.
What track is it? Depending on surface, I would think Dirt Webs or Bar Codes in gold with Dirt Tech inserts.

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Is there any jconcepts body that fits the 2015 xray xb4?
Not sure, maybe someone has tried a Silencer series for the B44 or Kyosho?

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Any plans to make a body for the Tekno et48?
Not at the moment.
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Old 06-04-2015, 01:16 PM   #8421
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The new bar fly tires look great. Do the bar flys fronts steer more aggressively than dirt web fronts? Also, are the rippit/whippit tires ever going to be available in gold compound?
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The new bar fly tires look great. Do the bar flys fronts steer more aggressively than dirt web fronts? Also, are the rippit/whippit tires ever going to be available in gold compound?
They do seem to have a little more steering; the overall car feels like it's a little more free in the corners.

No plans for gold at the moment (rippits/whippits).
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They do seem to have a little more steering; the overall car feels like it's a little more free in the corners.

No plans for gold at the moment (rippits/whippits).
Thanks for the quick reply PW. I might have to give the bar flys a try.
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Is it too early to say if the Team Associated SC5M will run the +3 Hazard wheels #3344 or the #3352s?
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Is it too early to say if the Team Associated SC5M will run the +3 Hazard wheels #3344 or the #3352s?
It has already been discussed, it is going to use zero offset wheels.
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It has already been discussed, it is going to use zero offset wheels.
Thanks, did not find it using the search function!
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Foams included with dirt webs way too hard. Will have to cut tires and punch holes in foam. Have had success cutting right next to wheel. Planning on holes per every rib. Comments?
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Foams included with dirt webs way too hard. Will have to cut tires and punch holes in foam. Have had success cutting right next to wheel. Planning on holes per every rib. Comments?
If they came with the blue foam just run em. They soften up really quick and are great! If they came with the gray dirt techs, wash and dry em in a load of laundry and then run em. I haven't put holes in truck ones yet but if I did I'd do it just like the buggy foam. Turn em inside out and Put 2 or 3 holes in every inside rib!
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They came with dirt techs. Previous set came with blue foams that worked fine but new dirt techs are way firm for stadium truck tires. Run at sdrc in san diego which has very good traction. thanks for the input. was planning on 1 hole per rib but will compare 1,2,and 3 before re gluing. thanks again.
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Old 06-14-2015, 07:24 PM   #8430
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need a small pin sc 4x4 tire between double dees and pressure points. Recommendations? Loamy, wet outdoor
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