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Old 10-02-2013, 10:25 AM   #436
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A price and concrete release date have not been released yet.
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Old 10-02-2013, 01:05 PM   #437
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A price and concrete release date have not been released yet.
Well then, when might there be a releasing of the release date for release of this new release?
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ETA should be before the year is out, price should be competitive with other similarly equipped buggies in the class. I can't quote exact numbers and dates since I'm not the guy in charge of that area. I don't want to throw my co-workers under the bus by posting wrong info.
This is all that's been said about the release date.
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Old 10-02-2013, 02:25 PM   #439
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not sure if this has been asked, but can the vehicle use pin based rear wheels by removing the rear hex?
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lol, you and your pin wheels
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I am so tempted to get this car. I am debating between this car and the TLR 22-4. Even though I already have a TLR 22 and my local track doesn't support HPI parts so much, I am really tempted because I think the design of this car looks great. Durability is my key word. And now with direct support from HB, at least for the beginning, this might be my next car.
If you had a XX-4 and liked it then get the TLR 22-4. It's almost the same car.

I don't want to use belts anymore so I am waiting to get the D413. 3 oil filled diffs, tuning for everything, Shorty pack capable, etc.
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lol, you and your pin wheels
Can't waste those pin wheels! lol
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not sure if this has been asked, but can the vehicle use pin based rear wheels by removing the rear hex?
those 15 year old rims must be brittle by now
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Old 10-02-2013, 03:36 PM   #445
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those 15 year old rims must be brittle by now
LOL.

Though I can't talk much - I'm using a Sanwa ERG-VX servo that's older than my son . . . who goes to school.
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not sure if this has been asked, but can the vehicle use pin based rear wheels by removing the rear hex?
i haven't tried but i think it's possible. you'd have to put some washers or spacers behind the pin so that when you tighten the wheel it has something to butt up against. you may have to shorten the pin a little too.
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Just a general question, is there a reason why the some of the parts are anodized gold and not the traditional hotbodies purple? Is the gold going to be the color that comes on the car when it comes out??
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The D413 is extremely strong. I just love that crash were Ryan C Spin out & Ty crash into him like nothing happen, but the b44 turn into pieces.

Almost won the worlds till the last lap. too bad for Ty Tessmann. but it's ok, it still prove to car once again at this event.
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Old 10-02-2013, 05:49 PM   #449
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not sure if this has been asked, but can the vehicle use pin based rear wheels by removing the rear hex?
Cain, I have a pair of "pin spacers" that are 2mm wider that are aluminum. Shoot me a PM if you are interested. You can then alter your track width in the back of cars while still using pin type rims.
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Old 10-02-2013, 05:50 PM   #450
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Just a general question, is there a reason why the some of the parts are anodized gold and not the traditional hotbodies purple? Is the gold going to be the color that comes on the car when it comes out??
The D812 and D413 both are standard with anodized Orange parts which has replaced the purple of HB past kits.
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