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Old 05-13-2013, 07:20 PM   #2356
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Thanks, you need to post some shots of yours with those shock towers and shocks! I love the look of yours.
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I must say it looks awesome!!!
What's with the one red wire going to the reciver
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Love that second pic IIGQ4U! Good shot
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Old 05-14-2013, 06:48 PM   #2359
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Here are a few pics of my VBC with lowered shock towers, cso shocks, and everything dyed black.
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Hope you guys like it
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What's with the one red wire going to the reciver
It's the cheap, stiff, waxy wire that Mylaps uses on their transponders.

I just decided to leave it even though I don't prefer it.
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Hope you guys like it
Looks so good. I like the red bits in there as well!
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What's with the one red wire going to the reciver
I was thinking the same thing! Haha

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It's the cheap, stiff, waxy wire that Mylaps uses on their transponders.

I just decided to leave it even though I don't prefer it.
You should be able to sand the wire with some 600 or so grit sand paper to take that coating off. Then you can color it black or what ever.
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had to add weight right in front of the receiver and ended up redoing electronics/rewiring placements.
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Hope you guys like it
Your rear shocks are on the wrong sides.

And you might want to check that rear belt, it says "DO NOT BEND", but it's clearly curving around that diff pulley.

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I was thinking the same thing! Haha



You should be able to sand the wire with some 600 or so grit sand paper to take that coating off. Then you can color it black or what ever.
So picky. I can't wait for your Awesomatix.

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