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Old 06-07-2015, 07:49 PM   #76
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So the wheel offset is 0 degree?
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Old 06-07-2015, 07:57 PM   #77
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It's not measured in degrees, its measured in mm's. And I really don't think anyone knows for sure. The AE website shows standard 0 offset rims but it did for the 10.2 as well and that ran +3 offset to get to the max ROAR width. There is definitely a difference in handling between the two. If you have been racing for a while you will feel it for sure.
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I guess what I should have said is 22sct and tekno wheels are what the truck will use?
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Those are 0 offset and match what AE has on their site currently.
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I can add that to the original post if you guys would like. So the wheel off set is 0?
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Old 06-08-2015, 04:25 AM   #81
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No mud flaps?
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No mud flaps?
NOOOOO!!!!!!!
honestly though, i kinda liked them. I know all you stock racers would take them off due to dragging, but with a 6.5 turn D4, I have all the power in the world (...I run on a big indoor clay track)
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NOOOOO!!!!!!!
honestly though, i kinda liked them. I know all you stock racers would take them off due to dragging, but with a 6.5 turn D4, I have all the power in the world (...I run on a big indoor clay track)
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+1 on the mud flaps!
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+1 on the mud flaps!
-1 on the flaps...
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You guys are missing the big picture. Kyosho's prices are coming down and AE is now offering high end parts. Right now it costs about the same for an RB6 or a comparable B5M with the higher end shocks etc. I think a price war is coming. I switched over because I actually like the b5m and as a dealer its half the money (I love my T5M too) but I still have 1 of each of the Kyosho cars and if the prices get close I would consider switching back. Its a tough call. The new AE cars are really good.
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+1 on the mud flaps!
I agree, Love the look of the mud flaps..
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so i JUST got my mid motor 22sct. I bought it because i didnt wanna spend the extra cash for a x-factory sc10.2. Now i have a reason to sell my 22 2.0 mm and my 22sct 2.0 mm.
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It's not measured in degrees, its measured in mm's. And I really don't think anyone knows for sure. The AE website shows standard 0 offset rims but it did for the 10.2 as well and that ran +3 offset to get to the max ROAR width. There is definitely a difference in handling between the two. If you have been racing for a while you will feel it for sure.
Cant you just run the jconcepts ones and be done with it?
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Has anyone seen this truck in action? Has anyone seen any Pro-drivers running it?
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