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Old 08-24-2007, 05:31 PM   #61
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The sway bar anchors were in nearly the same location so I just unsrewed them from the WC arms and screwed them to the jammin arms. Location of the hub axis' appeared to be exactly the same, but I haven't checked my front width yet. The only thing I didn't use from the PBS kit was the rear upper pin mount, that would line up with the WC upper pin location. The universals are the WC's and they fit the jammin hubs no problem.
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The sway bar anchors were in nearly the same location so I just unsrewed them from the WC arms and screwed them to the jammin arms. Location of the hub axis' appeared to be exactly the same, but I haven't checked my front width yet. The only thing I didn't use from the PBS kit was the rear upper pin mount, that would line up with the WC upper pin location. The universals are the WC's and they fit the jammin hubs no problem.
the setup looks good. do put up your comments on the handling with the new conversion
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Any news of the new K buggy?
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Hi, got a bash vid to share. nothing really special. was just looking for something to do and share. hope u like it

http://www.rcuvideos.com/item/FSF410SL7LVNQ8C0
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What new K buggy ? AFAIK, the only newest thing they have is the BB shock.
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Old 08-27-2007, 03:20 AM   #66
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i just heard there's a new Kyosho Buggy that will come out late this year or next.
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Old 08-27-2007, 08:37 PM   #67
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heres my sp2 I just picked up, im going for the big bores soon, and a Futaba s9350 for t/b. I had planned on rc8 soon, but considering as many spares as i have for this car, i may just keep it, then get it a big brother, an St-rr, Im going to use the Cody King setup

engines not mounted, nor are the servos, I will get it going soon, then check the nomadio react out for the first time, I will re post back soon.





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Old 08-27-2007, 09:37 PM   #68
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[QUOTE=pwnzor;3620524]heres my sp2 I just picked up, im going for the big bores soon, and a Futaba s9350 for t/b. I had planned on rc8 soon, but considering as many spares as i have for this car, i may just keep it, then get it a big brother, an St-rr, Im going to use the Cody King setup

engines not mounted, nor are the servos, I will get it going soon, then check the nomadio react out for the first time, I will re post back soon.

Nice body work and I see a couple of nice blings from KHZ
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Old 08-27-2007, 11:50 PM   #69
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If you have not seen my vid allow me to share mine with few minor updates :-)
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Here's more ..
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If you have not seen my vid allow me to share mine with few minor updates :-)
This is not a 777. It's like a transformer. You kit is highly "bling". Where did you get the aluminium wing stay?
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Very cool Zaint - What does it now weigh?
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3.5 kgs. I still got better weight than a truggy haha i know you guys would ask that. don't worry i'm gonna put back in the wc arms IF I CAN'T CATCH ANYONE :-) cheers! This buggy is definitely not for display

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Old 09-02-2007, 09:37 PM   #74
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what do you think I should do???

Kyosho Big Bores
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KMW Big Bores (cheaper and I hear they are DIALED)

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Old 09-03-2007, 10:18 AM   #75
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That's easy, Kyosho. Support from the factory and pros is the main reason, but we have been running our shocks for three tough races (JBRL, Sat Series, OFNA Challenge) and I haven't so much as touched them. Also, Kyosho will continue to work toward perfection in the spring department too. The latest springs we have are working very well. On the buggy, the lime green springs work great all the way around.

Let me tell you, the other factory guys are using Kyosho BB shocks, springs, and parts, so that should tell you something.
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