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Old 04-05-2016, 12:21 PM   #19456
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The response to the question i asked them hinted at that, a high grip euro spec car!

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Anything is possible. It would be nice to see them address the guys in europe. Historically they let CML or whoever make conversions and sell them. IE the Centro. But, AE might decide to tap directly into that market, which would be cool.
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Hell, in 5 months I'll be racing on dirt and looking for traction anyway.
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Hell, in 5 months I'll be racing on dirt and looking for traction anyway.
oh, I cant wait for Hobby Action. I am SOOOO over slicks.
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I'm over the drive and fighting traction roll as well
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Just when I thought I finally had the latest buggy AE built(B5M Lite) and this rumor of a new kit hits the net.

I heard it on the internet so it must be true

However, my B5M was dialed on my last outing and I have no need to upgrade.
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Sooo the front 4wd tires will mount up to 2wd wheels? ...and whats the idea behind that>?
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Old 04-05-2016, 01:39 PM   #19462
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Here is Hump's last 3 gear setup. Note the usage of the schelle rear camber mount.

Interesting setup. Are there a bunch of 180s on the layout this is used on?
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Interesting setup. Are there a bunch of 180s on the layout this is used on?
SRS is always fairly tight in all of their layouts.
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Old 04-05-2016, 01:59 PM   #19464
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SRS is always fairly tight in all of their layouts.
I see schelle d mount but what camber mount are you talking about?
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Just when I thought I finally had the latest buggy AE built(B5M Lite) and this rumor of a new kit hits the net.

I heard it on the internet so it must be true

However, my B5M was dialed on my last outing and I have no need to upgrade.
There's always a new kit coming out. ALWAYS. Just like there will ALWAYS been a new iphone, android, car, computer etc...
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I see schelle d mount but what camber mount are you talking about?
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So what's the benefit of that over the associated aluminum that can be flipped?
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Just when I thought I finally had the latest buggy AE built(B5M Lite) and this rumor of a new kit hits the net.

I heard it on the internet so it must be true

However, my B5M was dialed on my last outing and I have no need to upgrade.
Where did you hear an entire new buggy was coming?
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So what's the benefit of that over the associated aluminum that can be flipped?
It can be flipped as well. It also has more holes; which equates to move adjustment. The inner hole gives a much longer link, which stiffens the car incredibly more.
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Where did you hear an entire new buggy was coming?
It's inevitable. Doesn't mean it'll happen this year, next year, or 5 years...

Consumerism demands it.
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