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Old 02-02-2010, 06:58 PM   #61
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Sorry dude. Go check your scale. No truggy is race ready a 7.5 pounds.


maybe a 1/10 truggy.

Proof WITH pics is the ONLY way this idea will work....any one can Claim anything...but to back it up with pics is where it counts.
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keep in mind a set of tires for the truggy is close to 2lbs.. lightest being 27oz or so


27oz or 765g is not the lightest truggy tire combo.
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27oz or 765g is not the lightest truggy tire combo.
i was talking about popular and what i've known to work... never use jconcepts i'm assuming they are
what is???? let me kno
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Old 02-02-2010, 07:07 PM   #64
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Losi racer the washers are Ofna 3mm
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ashers-Blue-20

Reggie your eyes are playing tricks on you, I have a stock chassis.
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Old 02-02-2010, 07:09 PM   #65
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Losi racer the washers are Ofna 3mm
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ashers-Blue-20

Reggie your eyes are playing tricks on you, I have a stock chassis.
thanks, ordered some red
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Old 02-02-2010, 07:18 PM   #66
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i was talking about popular and what i've known to work... never use jconcepts i'm assuming they are
what is???? let me kno


Proline VTR holeshots come in at 176g per tire or 704g per set.
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thanks, ordered some red
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Losi racer the washers are Ofna 3mm
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ashers-Blue-20

Reggie your eyes are playing tricks on you, I have a stock chassis.
s-o-b!! lol
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My Old Losi came in at 7.3lbs race ready minus fuel beat that
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Old 02-02-2010, 07:26 PM   #70
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My Old Losi came in at 7.3lbs race ready minus fuel beat that
pics or dont post. sorry not tryin to be mean buts its been said many times
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Proline VTR holeshots come in at 176g per tire or 704g per set.
well you are correct on that.. but the hole shots are very track specific .... i just weighed the most popular ones other... which was the calibers and the I-Beams....

the jconcepts sevens i heard were very light.... gonna try some as soon as they come in stock...
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any one know the minimum truggy weight for the dirt nitro challenge, does Joey use ROAR 8.13lbs or 4000 grams 8.82lbs ???? Thanks
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any one know the minimum truggy weight for the dirt nitro challenge, does Joey use ROAR 8.13lbs or 4000 grams 8.82lbs ???? Thanks
Never mind I just got a e-mail from joey, he is going with 4000 grams = to 8.81847049 lbs. so 8.82 to be safe
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Old 02-03-2010, 04:52 AM   #74
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Never mind I just got a e-mail from joey, he is going with 4000 grams = to 8.81847049 lbs. so 8.82 to be safe
its 8lbs 13oz... which is 8.82lbs... same thing
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pics or dont post. sorry not tryin to be mean buts its been said many times
oh that was a joke...I don't really worry about weight..I am always the guy at a JBRL race who's car is well over the minimum weight
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