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Old 08-04-2015, 05:57 AM   #14881
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Old 08-04-2015, 07:36 AM   #14882
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I want to ..... but she loves that body as a friend painted it for her birthday....I was not wanting to hack it up, lol
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Old 08-04-2015, 07:51 AM   #14883
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I want to ..... but she loves that body as a friend painted it for her birthday....I was not wanting to hack it up, lol
good reasoning. i hate when people cut both sides of the body lol
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Old 08-04-2015, 09:05 PM   #14884
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Took a couple pics with a scale the plasti dip adds about a gram .
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Old 08-04-2015, 10:51 PM   #14885
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weight change is negligible! nice job.
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Old 08-04-2015, 10:57 PM   #14886
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Just picked up a B5m tonight so I will have lots of questions for everyone. And yes it is CPT. Americas fault that I changed over from a 22. Lol
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Just picked up a B5m tonight so I will have lots of questions for everyone. And yes it is CPT. Americas fault that I changed over from a 22. Lol
Was only a matter of time, amigo. We'll get you set up right. Cpt.America style!
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Picture whorin' it up. The look of the stock body is growing on me..



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can you buy the plastic bearing inserts for the aluminum hubs separately? i bought a used roller and naturally the guy crushed the inner ones with the ball studs.
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can you buy the plastic bearing inserts for the aluminum hubs separately? i bought a used roller and naturally the guy crushed the inner ones with the ball studs.
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So everyone is cutting the brace behind the servo for more flexibility of receiver and ESC mounting?
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So everyone is cutting the brace behind the servo for more flexibility of receiver and ESC mounting?
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Does anyone know the stock weight of a Factory lite without any gear in it? Just a bone stock roller, no tires or wheels?
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I am doing some upgrades with ceramic bearings, Schelle slipper and MIP pucks. I had grabbed the Schelle captured ceramic thrust balls and washers and was curious if I can use this along with the MIP puck setup? Rather ask than find out later I damaged or ruined some expensive parts.
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I am doing some upgrades with ceramic bearings, Schelle slipper and MIP pucks. I had grabbed the Schelle captured ceramic thrust balls and washers and was curious if I can use this along with the MIP puck setup? Rather ask than find out later I damaged or ruined some expensive parts.
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