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Old 10-02-2008, 09:37 AM   #1
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Arrow Plactic or CNC Aluminium brace?

ok guys i was on the X2 thread and i was asking who sell the cnc aluminum center brace and one guy said he like the plastic brace for more body flex which gives him more traction so my question is which one you perfer plastic or cnc and why...this question for all truggues and buggies
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I would use the lightest one. There will only be a minimal amount of increased flex using the plastic over billet. Probably not even noticeable. I cant see where there would be much flex going on around the center diff from the way the mounts are made. I use chassis braces to tune flex in and out of my car. Factory Kyosho SP braces when the track is rough or low traction, billet ones for a smooth high bite track.
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