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Old 09-01-2017, 12:35 PM   #9466
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Any plans for slim front wheels for the tlr 22 4.0? Need carpet wheels
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Old 09-16-2017, 07:50 AM   #9467
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A slightly odd request - could anyone provide a pic of the JConcepts Hi-Flow SCT body so that it shows the rear of the body from below, particularly around the "wheel wells"?
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Old 09-18-2017, 02:53 AM   #9468
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I'm looking for a new shell for my mp9e, cant see anything listed on the jconcepts website, but wondered of the silencer for the mbx7 eco would fit the mp9e??
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Question about the Pin Downs, it seems they are directional, whats the difference between the 2 different orientations?
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Old 09-18-2017, 06:53 AM   #9471
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Any plans for slim front wheels for the tlr 22 4.0? Need carpet wheels
Sorry, not at this time.

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Question about the Pin Downs, it seems they are directional, whats the difference between the 2 different orientations?
From the description off the website:

"The directional nature of the pins were positioned to allow broken-in type pins to grip the surface in one direction, while the pins are more upright when oriented in the opposite direction. The tire carcass is marked with a special texture which helps the driver with orientation during mounting."

We have had the best performance with the 3-row textured band mounted to the outside.
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Actually finishing it up this week; stay tuned
So when is it available for us?
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Old 09-18-2017, 10:15 AM   #9473
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So when is it available for us?
They are making/shipping them this week and should see the press release today or tomorrow.
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Old 10-02-2017, 05:53 PM   #9475
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The F1 body you guys make will that only fit the AE F1? It looks great
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The F1 body you guys make will that only fit the AE F1? It looks great
It's designed to be a direct fit for the AE RC10F6, but with some slightly different cuts, it should also fit the Xray.
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It's designed to be a direct fit for the AE RC10F6, but with some slightly different cuts, it should also fit the Xray.
Ok thanks..that new L1 body looks great
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Just got B6 aluminum shock caps and was wondering what size wrench is needed for the bleeder screws. My 2 nice new 1.5mm wrenches both feel too big, but my battered AE 1.5mm fits. Wondering if they are 1.3mm.

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Short Course Octagons please.
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Just got B6 aluminum shock caps and was wondering what size wrench is needed for the bleeder screws. My 2 nice new 1.5mm wrenches both feel too big, but my battered AE 1.5mm fits. Wondering if they are 1.3mm.

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They are suppose to be 1.5mm, but maybe they are on the tight side of the tolerance.
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