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Old 08-08-2009, 11:46 AM   #1
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Default Pillow Ball vs. C-Hubs? and BCE question?

I notice some truggies use a pillow ball suspension while others use a C-Hub (or similar, sorry, I don't know all the terminology). What are the pros and cons of each design?

also, everyone loves BCE chassis, but as much as I search, I can't find anything that states what makes them different or design changes they've made relative to the stock chassis plate. Can anyone elaborate what changes the BCE chassis plates have and what their advantages are over stock plates?

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Old 08-08-2009, 03:16 PM   #3
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Hi JSR here is the info as far as our chassis
The first replies we received back from the
racers was how much more steering
and overall stability they picked up.
And the longevity was also a big plus+
All of our Chassis are made of "Billet" Cnc
7075 T6 aircraft grade Alloy.
not the "Clad stamped" as most
of the import Co. provide with thier Kits.
if you need any more info just em me at
staff at bcespeed.com
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