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Old 11-23-2016, 12:47 PM   #61
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When is the factory team version coming out?
nice, first one to ask
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Old 11-23-2016, 12:48 PM   #62
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rear arms don't capture the shock eyelets like the SLA photo did.... dang!
While cool, it's 100% not needed.

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When is the factory team version coming out?
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Old 11-23-2016, 12:49 PM   #63
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Old 11-23-2016, 12:53 PM   #64
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Not a bad price at 429.99.
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Old 11-23-2016, 12:56 PM   #65
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While cool, it's 100% not needed.
yeah, I guess. It's not like that extra arm plastic stops the screw holes from stripping. ok I'm over it.
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Old 11-23-2016, 01:01 PM   #66
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yes two versions of the car carpet and dirt.





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Funny just after I took this screenshot, the page was edited, and the availability date and the info pointing to a carpet muncher have been removed.
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you mean like a slipper/gear diff combo similar to the durango dex410v5
There will not be a slipper diff....don't worry about that one! lol

BTW, the rear tower stays in the same location relative to the gearbox. You just remove the tower, flip it around 180, and then re mount for different shock position (front or rear).
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my bad did not see that earlier
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Lol, I just wanted to be the first to ask.... I looks pretty decked out. Aside from a CF battery strap, I call it done
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So. The car will be 429-63 (tower coupon) - 36 (ecash) = 328ish. Bring it on
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My guess (if other manufacturers inspiration have lent them anything):

64D
AE basic plastics, ball diffs, flat front arms and front shock tower + center diff.

64C?
AE's 'hard' plastics, gear diffs, gull front arms and front shock tower + slipper. Maybe stiffer side pods.
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Ive been wanting to get into wheeler .. hopefully this is the kit that'll get me to take the plunge.
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Lol, I just wanted to be the first to ask.... I looks pretty decked out. Aside from a CF battery strap, I call it done
Never done...

I wonder if the guys testing it already have the 67mm TLR rear axles and hub shims installed
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My guess (if other manufacturers inspiration have lent them anything):

64D
AE basic plastics, ball diffs, flat front arms and front shock tower + center diff.

64C?
AE's 'hard' plastics, gear diffs, gull front arms and front shock tower + slipper. Maybe stiffer side pods.
The B64D has front and rear gear diffs.
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There will not be a slipper diff....don't worry about that one! lol

BTW, the rear tower stays in the same location relative to the gearbox. You just remove the tower, flip it around 180, and then re mount for different shock position (front or rear).
The center diff looks like it will only accept a 81t spur?
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