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Old 07-07-2013, 11:25 AM   #4426
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There are many available. I think the only real necessary are the alum gearbox inserts and the alum rear hub and I'm not sure exactly how necessary the rear hubs are. Spring kit and swaybar kit are always nice for tuning.

If you wan to go all out...
  • Lundsford TI turnbuckles
  • TI screw kit
  • Cf center plate
  • Cf front top plate
  • Cf battery strap
  • Cf mud guards
  • kHz center diff mount f/r (nice because it used 2 bearings on each side)
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Old 07-07-2013, 12:00 PM   #4427
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Yes they sit flush.



Send bill an email. Or order as advised above.

I got the v2 BCE onto the track last night. It's a small-med outdoor clay track. I left the setup exactly the same setup on the truck so a direct comparison could be made. The truck was instantly easier to drive harder, it felt more predictable in the corners, stability was retained and had an overall feel that it could be pushed harder without it biting back. I ended up 2nd overall and had the fastest lap of the night. The driver of the winning truck told me he had to step it up outside his comfort zone, a couple mistakes on a track with high 19 sec laps settled me into 2nd. Now ill mess with the setup a little and dial it in a little more. Great product

Sorry for the nob question here... So I have the v1 mostly updated to the 2.0 as far as parts. I want a bce setup. My thoughts were to get the v2 knowing I need to buy side guards,battery mounts, servo is mounted on mip stand offs so that's no issue. So will I be ok getting the v2?
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Old 07-07-2013, 12:15 PM   #4428
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Sorry for the nob question here... So I have the v1 mostly updated to the 2.0 as far as parts. I want a bce setup. My thoughts were to get the v2 knowing I need to buy side guards,battery mounts, servo is mounted on mip stand offs so that's no issue. So will I be ok getting the v2?
I would say yes
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I would say yes
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Old 07-07-2013, 01:07 PM   #4430
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Spanks.
You may need the 2.0 servo mount too.

Update on the BCE website. The IT guy is working on it, I see the confusion and its being addressed. I will update as its corrected.
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Old 07-07-2013, 04:03 PM   #4431
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BCE website has been updated.
SCTE V2
SCTE H1

http://www.shop.bcespeed.com/category.sc?categoryId=5
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Hi Frank, Glad to hear the BCE chassis is working for you. Did you weigh them (BCE and stock) naked just to check the weight diff? or do you know how much lighter it is? Thanks
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I didn't weigh it. Ill try to get some #'s for ya.
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Time to make a BCE Page
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Old 07-08-2013, 01:28 AM   #4435
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Does anyone know if the following parts will fit the 2.0?:

- RPM RC Front Bumper & Skid Plate (#73042)

- RPM RC Rear Skid Plate (#73082)

- DE Racing MUD GUARDS (#DER-110-10)

- Outerwears LOSI TEN SCTE SHROUD (#20-2697)

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fullpull, you could probably continue to use the MIP servo mount if you shimmed them a bit and drilled some new holes. That's what I ended up doing with my old Bump chassis. That servo mount is solid!
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fullpull, you could probably continue to use the MIP servo mount if you shimmed them a bit and drilled some new holes. That's what I ended up doing with my old Bump chassis. That servo mount is solid!
Ok, thanks for the heads up. I just order them thinking I would just be able to mount them up to the original locations with no issues. Thanks again. I'm using my v1 as a tester for this,so I can transfer numbers over for hole locations to the v2 when needed.
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How often should I change the diff oil to keep the truck running at its best?
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whats a good low buck servo under a 100?
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The savox 1268 work well. I ran one in the 1.0 truck.
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