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Old 01-26-2014, 09:15 AM   #3901
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I run stock springs up front and kyosa white rear. also a 1 dot rear sway bar. Front diff is 5K rear 2K. RR hinge pin holder cups 1 center out. I was still a little loose and then I Loosening the slipper. Now I don't have enough steering. I wish I had a little more. I am still looking and working to get just a little more.

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That's where I'm at now 5/2 and rear center out. My slipper is just tight enough to make all the jumps any tighter and it's worse. The lower I go on diff fluids the better it gets but also gets twichier and harder to drive. Going to do some testing this week with different springs.
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Old 01-26-2014, 11:59 AM   #3902
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M4 ions , new JC dirt webs if you ca get em , scrubs suburbs M4

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for the pro-line scrubs I found rear 4wd the only fronts i found say 2.2 2wd part number PRO821603
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Old 01-26-2014, 08:14 PM   #3903
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Anyone looking for a lightly used 2014 ? Love the car just no time for 3 classes
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Old 01-26-2014, 08:29 PM   #3904
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for the pro-line scrubs I found rear 4wd the only fronts i found say 2.2 2wd part number PRO821603
The front 4wd scrubs are no longer being manufactured from my understanding due to the release of the ions. Just a matter of getting lucky and finding a set in stock. Blaze Rc may still have a few sets in stock.


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XRA335030 is the part number. Finding them in stock is another story.
Fast lane rc track (Blue springs MO) had a few sets in stock I noticed this weekend while I was there. . Not sure if they will ship or not.
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Old 01-27-2014, 05:32 AM   #3905
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I ran my 22-4 yesterday. It's time to let the XB4 go. Thanks for the memories and good times guys.
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The front 4wd scrubs are no longer being manufactured from my understanding due to the release of the ions. Just a matter of getting lucky and finding a set in stock. Blaze Rc may still have a few sets in stock.




Fast lane rc track (Blue springs MO) had a few sets in stock I noticed this weekend while I was there. . Not sure if they will ship or not.
I think I have 50 pairs left of M4 Scrubs. I grabbed a bunch when I heard they were discontinued.
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They should be coming out with x3 and x4 scrubs I believe.
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How much are used2013 XB 4'S selling for these days? I cannot get the search function to work for me.
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I think I have 50 pairs left of M4 Scrubs. I grabbed a bunch when I heard they were discontinued.
Then start sharing with your xray family.
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That's where I'm at now 5/2 and rear center out. My slipper is just tight enough to make all the jumps any tighter and it's worse. The lower I go on diff fluids the better it gets but also gets twichier and harder to drive. Going to do some testing this week with different springs.
Hey, I am running the following
2014 slipper pads/springs slipper is set pretty loose
5 5 diff
front soft compound rebar rear super soft rebar
1mm rear sway front stock,
durango wheels (the rears are narrow you might be able to replicate with -.75 rear hubs)
2014 xb4 2wd rear hinge pin holders without rear chassis spacer, rear droop 2 turns out on shock bottoms, front full droop 3 dot front 1 dot rear avid pistons of course. Oils 550 F and 350 R.

Hinge pin holders 1 mm offset with hinge pins on the lowest setting RF RR.

Drives like my ebuggy, rear stuck on power with a bit of push, tonnes of steering off power.
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I think I've found the 12mm solution, and it's super cheap. Traxxas



Also the wide front hexs in the front and Kyosho front wheels.
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hoping someone has info on this.
i picked up a v2 xb4 a while back but the shocks leak badly.
is there any updated seals that are prefered over the stock seals.

it just seems everyone but kyosho has problems with seals till they come up with some that finally work.
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Mine don't leak on my 2014.
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Old 01-29-2014, 10:54 AM   #3915
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i see you guys talking about running the avid pistons and drilling them out. Are any of you guys running them stock ? how do they feel stock ?
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