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Old 12-30-2008, 07:17 AM   #1
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hi every one just bought a eb4 today for 40 quid is it worth it or not?
can anyone tell me if there is a two speed transmission for and were to look it has a pro 21 engine. thanks
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u'll luv it, been throu at least 3 races now and it's as tough as a bull... if not mistaken i dun think a 2 speed is available... get a tuned pipe thou...
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Depends if it's an S2 or S3. The S3 is essentially and outdated race car, but still quite capable. The S2 it's a good play car, there are no sway bars on it (can be added) and the front knuckles are sh*t, they break easily. Believe me I know, I've got through quite a few sets of them. The car is easy to work on though, and other than the knuckles take a beating quite well. Parts are easy to come by as well.
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how much is 40 quid?
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how much is 40 quid?
40.00 GBP
United Kingdom Pounds
1 GBP = 1.45219 USD
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58.0876 USD
United States Dollars
1 USD = 0.688615 GBP
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I like mine. I've had 3 S2's. I took 2nd place in Sportsman a few weeks ago and I don't even race much. As for the knuckles breaking move the tie rods in to the closer set of holes(remember to reset toe). Steering will be quicker if you have a strong enough servo, If not move the inner tie rod to the slower(more torque) position on the center link. No more unexpected broken knuckles.
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