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Old 08-05-2016, 10:16 AM   #151
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the pic up above...post 137
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O I see. COOL..
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New Associated B6/B6D motor mounts just released:

http://www.neobuggy.net/2016/08/24/v...-motor-plates/
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Old 08-25-2016, 06:58 AM   #154
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Those look good! I like the idea of the spur guard.


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Old 08-25-2016, 07:38 AM   #155
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They do look really trick. We are releasing more B6 parts very very soon. Stay tuned.

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Which Pistons and oil should I run in my staduim truck and 2wd buggy? I'm rung TLR cars on med to high bite clay. I put 1.5 1.6 Pistons in my truck and it made the truck loose. Any suggestions?
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I would say to start with 2x1.5 front and 2x1.6 rear. Looking at most of the tlr guys setups, that seems to be a good starting point. if your truck is a bit loose, you may want to play with other adjustments on the truck like roll centers. Hope this helps.
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Old 08-31-2016, 01:47 PM   #158
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Default HP pack too much in HB

Have the 6hole High Pack game changer pistons for the HB D812-815. I have a e-conversion D815. Tried absolutely everything but they pack just too much. Also the fit was on the loose side vs. stock pistons, maybe by design.Sadly my normal 6 holes outperformed these. Same observation of over pack from a friend who bought these for his Durango. Probably won't try the low or med packs until someone chimes in that they work for them better. So if you absolutely want to try these then try the 8 holes or maybe the 6 hole low packs.
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Have the 6hole High Pack game changer pistons for the HB D812-815. I have a e-conversion D815. Tried absolutely everything but they pack just too much. Also the fit was on the loose side vs. stock pistons, maybe by design.Sadly my normal 6 holes outperformed these. Same observation of over pack from a friend who bought these for his Durango. Probably won't try the low or med packs until someone chimes in that they work for them better. So if you absolutely want to try these then try the 8 holes or maybe the 6 hole low packs.
Ran 6x1.3 HP front (37.5 Losi) and 6x1.3 MP (35 Losi) rear this weekend at Proline Shootout at Thornhill with D815E. I have no complaints with the setup.
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Have the 6hole High Pack game changer pistons for the HB D812-815. I have a e-conversion D815. Tried absolutely everything but they pack just too much. Also the fit was on the loose side vs. stock pistons, maybe by design.Sadly my normal 6 holes outperformed these. Same observation of over pack from a friend who bought these for his Durango. Probably won't try the low or med packs until someone chimes in that they work for them better. So if you absolutely want to try these then try the 8 holes or maybe the 6 hole low packs.
I'm running 5x1.5 in my Tekno sl buggy with 25wt oil all arounday on hi bite clay
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Have the 6hole High Pack game changer pistons for the HB D812-815. I have a e-conversion D815. Tried absolutely everything but they pack just too much. Also the fit was on the loose side vs. stock pistons, maybe by design.Sadly my normal 6 holes outperformed these. Same observation of over pack from a friend who bought these for his Durango. Probably won't try the low or med packs until someone chimes in that they work for them better. So if you absolutely want to try these then try the 8 holes or maybe the 6 hole low packs.
+1. For me and my D815 the medium pack has way too much pack. I was trying to get to some resolution with VRP until i took several weeks off from racing. I suspect it had to do with the diameter of the vrp piston being larger than the HB piston.
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any blue b6 motor plates planned?
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Yeah they have them in the works. I heard they should be on their website in a week or so.
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Many have ran the 6 hole high pack just like Jeremy was saying. Its really just a personal preference. I have been running the 6 hole medium pack in front and low pack in the rear. I havnt really messed with the 8 hole yet but going to do some testing this weekend.

Yes, the blue motor plate will be online soon.
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Hey Smiley, question for you;

Is the difference between pack strengths due to different thickness carbon compression valve, or the height it sits above ports?

Can I just get different carbon valves to change pack strength, or is it different pistons completely?

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