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Old 01-17-2017, 12:39 PM   #601
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Tower shows mid Feb now.... I am guessing early March
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Tower shows mid Feb now.... I am guessing early March
That could just be back-order fulfillment. If there are more orders than incoming kits on the first shipment, that date will move out, even if the first shipment is on time.
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I run on a pretty low grip, bumpy surface. Obviously im going to start with out of the box setup but what do you think should be the next steps to try and improve traction.

Other 4WD just seem to bounce along the surface and cant get the power to the ground.

Thanks ahead for your time/thoughts.
How do you know you even need to improve traction?
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Old 01-17-2017, 06:00 PM   #604
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That could just be back-order fulfillment. If there are more orders than incoming kits on the first shipment, that date will move out, even if the first shipment is on time.

No worries. I'm ordering one from all the heavy hitters just so that I can ensure getting one of the first run....I'll probably have 2 spares. When its time feel free to ask!
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How do you know you even need to improve traction?
Same concept as fears of 12mm hex front wheel shortage.....
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Old 01-17-2017, 07:38 PM   #606
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You last two are funny!
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I run on a pretty low grip, bumpy surface. Obviously im going to start with out of the box setup but what do you think should be the next steps to try and improve traction.

Other 4WD just seem to bounce along the surface and cant get the power to the ground.

Thanks ahead for your time/thoughts.
Start with box setup and good broken in tires. But, for bumpy tracks, softening up the shock oils and/or springs can be effective.

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Quick question. Should I sell my b44.3 front wheel/tires setups or is there going to be some sort of conversion.
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You can but the 10mm hex on there I would rekon. Same concept as putting the 12mm on the 44.3
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Cars will ship mid February

To run old 10mm wheels, you will need to drill out a b44 front hex to 5mm ID.
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Cars will ship mid February

To run old 10mm wheels, you will need to drill out a b44 front hex to 5mm ID.
Thanks for keeping us in the loop, Stig

When can we see a 'leaked' copy of the manual online?

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Cars will ship mid February

To run old 10mm wheels, you will need to drill out a b44 front hex to 5mm ID.
Nice.... any idea when we can get our hands on a electronic copy of the instructions..?
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Start with box setup and good broken in tires. But, for bumpy tracks, softening up the shock oils and/or springs can be effective.
Thanks!
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Cars will ship mid February

To run old 10mm wheels, you will need to drill out a b44 front hex to 5mm ID.
Wheels too, presumably..
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Would be nice f they post the manual up within a week from now.
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