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Old 05-04-2009, 04:57 PM   #1
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Default Jammin' X1-->X2 conversion?

I know there were only suspension setup/angles changed mainly in the X2, and that some parts transfer over. But does anyone make a X1-->X2 conversion?
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Old 05-04-2009, 05:17 PM   #2
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Jammin' does

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...oducts_id/2351

A fellow racer just converted his X1 over...
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There is a buggy conversion, but not a direct truggy conversion.
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I had asked Jammin about the truggy and they said it takes 14 parts but that is in large terms as he said everything in the middle has to change, no conversion available as it cost more than the X2 kit.

Buggy conversion as most know is available.
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There are several places to purchase the X2-CR conversion, another at www.nitrohouse.com. The Buggy was very simple to convert and two forums on this site provided valuable information on bulding and setup, to include Jammin website setup page. (forums Jammin X2 Buggy and Jammin X2-CR??) I am very satisfied with the conversion kit and saved $$$ to bring the X1 to X2 standards.
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I also converted from an X1 to an X2. And although there wasn't a great amount of directions and you had to buy the big bores, it was still worth it. I'm very happy with how the buggy turned out.
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