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Old 06-18-2008, 01:19 PM   #1
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Will the Xray 808 bigbore shocks fit ok on the Kyosho WC777? I would think they should be the same length, thanks for any useful info!!
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Why not just get the Kyosho big bores? They are so smooth.

I would think if you used the Xray shock mounts withe Xray big bores it should work. If I get some time I will try it.
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With all the similarities between the Losi and the 808 I have to assume that the 808's shocks are shorter than just about everything else out there (except the Losi). Probably far too short for a Kyosho.
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no clue... buy the kyosho shocks!!!
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With all the similarities between the Losi and the 808 I have to assume that the 808's shocks are shorter than just about everything else out there (except the Losi). Probably far too short for a Kyosho.


x2 losi's/Xray BB's are too short for almost anything but the 8ight or 808
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The 808 shocks are about 118mm long in the rear and about 106mm long in the front; from eyelet to eyelet that is.
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Get the Jammin big bores with blue springs. They work great or if you dont mind spending more get the Kyosho big bores with lime springs.

Even if the 808's fit I wodnt get them. Without boots my oil is always full of dirt.
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