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Old 06-03-2014, 12:42 PM   #4861
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Old 06-03-2014, 01:14 PM   #4862
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My XB4 rear diff is leaking where the 2 parts of the diff comes together : the crown gear and the diff where the fluid is into. Is this because the gasket is worn out? Or something else? Would a rebuild fix it?
Also check the diff case itself at the screw holes. At times the screws can create high spots around the holes. Check to make sure the diff case is good and flat.
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Old 06-04-2014, 06:02 PM   #4863
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Selling a near mint condition XB4 14 with a pant load of spare parts. Hit me up if interested.
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Old 06-04-2014, 06:13 PM   #4864
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Damn you! Had it been earlier in the week I would've likely taken it off your hands.

I'll keep running my 410 for a while now and my new 2WD buggy. Have to put the 4.2 and T4.1 for sale to get an SCT.
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Old 06-04-2014, 07:00 PM   #4865
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Damn you! Had it been earlier in the week I would've likely taken it off your hands.

I'll keep running my 410 for a while now and my new 2WD buggy. Have to put the 4.2 and T4.1 for sale to get an SCT.
Lol, I feel your pain lol..... It's a killer buggy no doubt.
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Old 06-04-2014, 09:41 PM   #4866
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Selling a near mint condition XB4 14 with a pant load of spare parts. Hit me up if interested.
What happened? I've read a few of your posts on this car and you've always gave it high praise. Care to share?
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Old 06-04-2014, 10:14 PM   #4867
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What happened? I've read a few of your posts on this car and you've always gave it high praise. Care to share?
Outdoor season is upon us. Going to be running 8th scale til September. Don't like to shelf cars that can go to good homes and 8th scale is expensive. Love the car but won't run it outside. Will get another in Oct.
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Old 06-05-2014, 05:56 AM   #4868
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Finally got my XB4 done. Tekin RSX & 6.5t motor, ProTek 130SS servo, SMC 5600 batteries. I also got the DMX body for it (its the stock 2wd body I think) and I can tell I am going to need the short body mount post in the front but am not sure about the rear? has anybody used this body before and know if I need both or just one?
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Finally got my XB4 done. Tekin RSX & 6.5t motor, ProTek 130SS servo, SMC 5600 batteries. I also got the DMX body for it (its the stock 2wd body I think) and I can tell I am going to need the short body mount post in the front but am not sure about the rear? has anybody used this body before and know if I need both or just one?
You need to use both mounts from the XB4 2 wheel drive to mount the DMX body.

My XB4 '14 is up for sale. Thread here:

XRAY XB4 '14 Roller for sale.
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Finally got my XB4 done. Tekin RSX & 6.5t motor, ProTek 130SS servo, SMC 5600 batteries. I also got the DMX body for it (its the stock 2wd body I think) and I can tell I am going to need the short body mount post in the front but am not sure about the rear? has anybody used this body before and know if I need both or just one?
I use the DMX shell, just cut them down with a dremel
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Old 06-06-2014, 05:32 AM   #4871
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I use the DMX shell, just cut them down with a dremel
Can you still run the stock one with them cut down? I would like to be able to switch back and forth depending on if I'm feeling the orange or pink that day haha. If not I will just order some.
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Can you still run the stock one with them cut down? I would like to be able to switch back and forth depending on if I'm feeling the orange or pink that day haha. If not I will just order some.
Just take them off and use velcro
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Outdoor season is upon us. Going to be running 8th scale til September. Don't like to shelf cars that can go to good homes and 8th scale is expensive. Love the car but won't run it outside. Will get another in Oct.
I was the same way. I like the that my indoor cars stay nice & clean and scratch free on the clay we have. But our 1/10 buggies classes have been exploding outdoors of late. I was having so much in mod 2wd outdoors, that I bought a new mod 2wd (B5M) and a new 4wd (2014 XB4) for next indoor season, while I run my older versions outdoors. I guess I'll be on that two car rotation for a while. At the end of the indoor season the old cars go outdoors, and buy new kits for the next indoor season . I still run 1/8 buggy and truggy outdoors, but I also run a 3rd class of 1/10 scale, either mod 2wd or 4wd
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Anyone got back to back comparisons between the DMX body handling vs the stock one?

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Finally got my XB4 done. Tekin RSX & 6.5t motor, ProTek 130SS servo, SMC 5600 batteries. I also got the DMX body for it (its the stock 2wd body I think) and I can tell I am going to need the short body mount post in the front but am not sure about the rear? has anybody used this body before and know if I need both or just one?
Looking Good Joe! I'll have mine at Innovative tonight if ya feel like running
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