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Old 12-06-2009, 03:16 PM   #1
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Default what is the differnece betten 8ight b 1.0 and 2.0

Just wondering what the differences are between the buggys and which parts fit each.
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the eight 1.0 has a shorter chassis and the parts arent as good,the eight 2.0
has a 2+ longer chassis i belive and a longer rear center axle and the plastic
and metal parts are better, u can convert the eight 1.0 by just getting the,
eight b 2.0 chassis and a longer rear center cvd and u would have to get
the 2.0 body thats it.
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There were over 30 changes but the major ones are the chassis, shock towers, radio tray etc, u would be better off getting the 2.0
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Night and day.



It's a much better car. The truggy is the same story. Huge improvements have been made.
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Old 12-06-2009, 05:00 PM   #5
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you can get away though by just getting the 2.0 eight chassis and the
longer rear center cvd ,then as stuff breaks than get the 2.0 parts.
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you can get away though by just getting the 2.0 eight chassis and the
longer rear center cvd ,then as stuff breaks than get the 2.0 parts.
I would not personally do this, because it was designed to all work together, with using the same version. The chassis and the cvd are the most expensive anyways just get the 2.0
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i agree but if u do convert the eight 1.0 to the longer eight 2.0 chassis.
it defiely should be a big handling diffrence
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I'm running electric, are the body mounting holes the same?
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if your running the eight 1.0b and u convert to the 2.0 eight b
chassis then u have to get the 2.0 eight b body the rear
body hole wont be the same so get the 2.0 eight body,
if u do that
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Yes you can use the body but you will have to elongate the rear post hole some. But you can use it
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about $300.

If you can still find the 1.0's
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