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Old 03-28-2014, 06:12 PM   #2881
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Anyone have a setup for carpet? Other than the ones on patitt rc.
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Old 03-28-2014, 06:41 PM   #2882
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Default Associated B5M Aftermarket Parts

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R66 - B5, B4(.1 & .2) T4 (.1 & .2) Diff Rings (one set of two rings) Associated part #7666

Advantage Hobby
T720C - 1/10 Bobcat 2WD Buggy Fr Clay (2) QTY: 1 (Included Open Cell Insert)
T771C - 1/10 Rattler || Buggy Tire Clay (2) QTY: 1 (Included Open Cell Insert)
F750 - 1/10 Buggy Rear Closed Cell Inserts (2) QTY: 3
F720 - 1/10 Buggy 2WD Front Closed Cell Inserts (2) QTY: 3
2736-02 - Velocity 2.2” Hex Fr Ylw Whls w/12mm Hex (2) QTY: 3
2736-02 - Velocity 2.2” Hex Re Ylw Whls w/12mm Hex (2) QTY: 3

Lunsford Racing
2006 - Associated RC10 B5 Punisher Titanium Turnbuckles
7052 - Associated RC10 B5 Titanium Front Axles

ACER Racing
B5M Ceramic Nitride Pro Series Bearing Kit - Qty.8 - 5x10x4mm, Qty.2 - 6x12x4mm, Qty.4 - 10x15x4, Qty.2 - 6x13x5, Qty.2 - 5x8mm and Qty.8 - 3x7mm (Stainless)
N015 - Ceramic Silicon Nitride Balls 3/32” 14 ball pack

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91427 - B5 Aluminum Top Shaft
91493 - Factory Team Low Friction X-Rings (8)

Absolute Hobbyz
CRP-0004 - Competition Suspension Blue 12mm VOP Piston Set (4)

Superior Hobbies
JCI307605 - Dirt Webs 2.2” Buggy Tires Gold (2) QTY: 2
JCI307705 - Dirt Webs 2.2” Buggy Fr Tire Gold (2) QTY: 1
JCI2150 - 69T 48P “Silent Speed” Machined Spur
ASC1105 - Shock Lube, Green Slim
ASC9603 - B4 Slipper Pad
ASC7485 - FT V2 Slipper Hubs
ASC7486 - FT V2 Slipper Spring /Washer

Avid Racing
AV1010 - Associated 12mm Shock and Turnbuckle Tool
ROB-RRP-1333 - Robinson 33T 48P Aluminum Pinion
ROB-RRP-1334 - Robinson 34T 48P Aluminum Pinion

Here are all my upgrades I have ready for the B5M when it arrives.

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Old 03-28-2014, 07:14 PM   #2883
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For anyone who is interested in the alloy rack; I just received mine from Amain today and it looks like there are two 1mm crush washers included with my rack........I looked at some pics of packaged racks online and saw no such washers, so perhaps AE has included them to correct the issues. I haven't installed the rack yet so I can't verify for sure, but the washers are clearly unique to the aluminum rack.
huh...

You have something different there. I have the first gen rack and there were no crush sleeves for sure.

Post when you get it installed.
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Old 03-28-2014, 08:04 PM   #2884
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I just got mine today and they have the little aluminum washers too. Haven't opened them up yet but they look like ball stud washers at a glance
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Old 03-28-2014, 08:35 PM   #2885
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I just got mine today and they have the little aluminum washers too. Haven't opened them up yet but they look like ball stud washers at a glance
+1 got mines from shop today had washers.
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Old 03-28-2014, 08:59 PM   #2886
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Where do those washers go on the rack???
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Old 03-28-2014, 09:01 PM   #2887
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Where do those washers go on the rack???
Between the bearings as I was told.
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Old 03-28-2014, 10:48 PM   #2888
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The spacers go between the bearings on the rack, so you can tighten with out binding. I would still put locktite on the bolts when installing.
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Old 03-28-2014, 10:59 PM   #2889
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Check out petit RC, they have a guide with pictures
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Old 03-28-2014, 11:23 PM   #2890
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B-Fast R/C
R66 - B5, B4(.1 & .2) T4 (.1 & .2) Diff Rings (one set of two rings) Associated part #7666

Advantage Hobby
T720C - 1/10 Bobcat 2WD Buggy Fr Clay (2) QTY: 1 (Included Open Cell Insert)
T771C - 1/10 Rattler || Buggy Tire Clay (2) QTY: 1 (Included Open Cell Insert)
F750 - 1/10 Buggy Rear Closed Cel Inserts (2) QTY: 3
F720 - 1/10 Buggy 2WD Front Closed Cell Inserts (2) QTY: 3
2736-02 - Velocity 2.2” Hex Fr Ylw Whls w/12mm Hex (2) QTY: 3
2736-02 - Velocity 2.2” Hex Re Ylw Whls w/12mm Hex (2) QTY: 3

Lunsford Racing
2006 - Associated RC10 B5 Punisher Titanium Turnbuckles
7052 - Associated RC10 B5 Titanium From Axles

ACER Racing
B5M Ceramic Nitride Pro Series Bearing Kit - Qty.8 - 5x10x4mm, Qty.2 - 6x12x4mm, Qty.4 - 10x15x4, Qty.2 - 6x13x5, Qty.2 - 5x8mm and Qty.8 - 3x7mm (Stainless)
N015 - Ceramic Silicon Nitride Balls 3/32” 14 ball pack

Team Associated
91427 - B5 Aluminum Top Shaft
91493 - Factory Team Low Friction X-Rings (8)

Absolute Hobbyz
CRP-0004 - Competition Suspension Blue 12mm VOP Piston Set (4)

Superior Hobbies
JCI307605 - Dirt Webs 2.2” Buggy Tires Gold (2) QTY: 2
JCI307705 - Dirt Webs 2.2” Buggy Fr Tire Gold (2) QTY: 1
JCI2150 - 69T 48P “Silent Speed” Machined Spur
ASC1105 - Shock Lube, Green Slim
ASC9603 - B4 Slipper Pad
ASC7485 - FT V2 Slipper Hubs
ASC7486 - FT V2 Slipper Spring /Washer

Avid Racing
AV1010 - Associated 12mm Shock and Turnbuckle Tool
ROB-RRP-1333 - Robinson 33T 48P Aluminum Pinion
ROB-RRP-1334 - Robinson 34T 48P Aluminum Pinion

Here are all my upgrades I have ready for the B5M when it arrives.
I think you forgot the MIP and Exotek top shafts, for different track conditions...
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Hardest part of this car is rebuilding the shocks, keep getting FKING BUBBLES
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I think you forgot the MIP and Exotek top shafts, for different track conditions...
I don't see a reason to invest in multiple top shafts. When the Associated is plenty enough.
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Hardest part of this car is rebuilding the shocks, keep getting FKING BUBBLES
You need this, works killer

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I don't see a reason to invest in multiple top shafts. When the Associated is plenty enough.
The AE top shaft can cause your car to push. The MIP really frees up the rear end, especially in tight 180's. Exotek top shafts jump better.
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The AE top shaft can cause your car to push. The MIP really frees up the rear end, especially in tight 180's. Exotek top shafts jump better.
Over/under on how many don't realize you used the sarcasim font.
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