I hope to have a conversion kit next week, and cant wait to do some testing if you have the older X1 kit, the only parts you would need to bring it up to spec would be 16mm shocks and spiral cut diff crown wheels, as the X2 conversion has 10T pinions included, and i am sure you can live with the servo saver nut on the bottom instead of the top like the X1X kits.
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does any one know how much this will be i just raced mine last saturday and was really happy that i just rebuilt it and all it needs to be finished is a new chassis so you guys think it would be ok just to buy the new x2 chassis and aluminum chassis brace. also this new chassis is longer right.
talk to a guy from OFNA/Jammin asked about it, if its coming to america, he says not that he know of, he said KIT will be but the conversion is not due to its cost, But how it could be? ASIA is possible here not, I guess if the kit price gonna be around 550 to 600 conversion kit will be like around less than 300 bucks, at least it will be half of the kit since we already have the X1 bugggy that we can convert what is the point of getting a new one, IDK whats with them since the jammin yet updated so we don't know until they open their mouth.
Where can I get a conversion from? I live in the states and if I can get a conversion, I will buy my friends old x1. rc mushroom? Why are the guys in the US where "Jammin" is "from" left out? I don't really want a losi and I've heard too much negative about the RC8
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Unfortunately it doesn't look like those of us in the USA will be getting the conversion kit. I emailed firstname.lastname@example.org to see about when it would be available and they said it is for overseas customers only. I think since the conversion kits only cost around $200 but a complete kit cost around $600 they are just being greedy. I have supported Jammin for a long time and I am very unhappy about this. I may just keep running Jammin till I have used up my spares and then switch to a different brand. I really don't want to do that because I really like Jammin. Every time I am at a major race Jammin Jay and his crew have been very helpful with setups, advice and even free parts. I would encourage everyone to email email@example.com to complain about this decision. If I can get a link for an overseas website where I can order it I may do that as well. All you Jammin guys call Nitrohouse (the US distributer for Jammin) or email firstname.lastname@example.org to let them know you are unhappy about this, and any overseas racers, please post a link if you find an online source for the kit.
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