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Old 05-02-2010, 09:37 PM   #1
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I have a quick question for some of your with a RC8T. First of all I have a Kyosho STR. Yes I know I need to update but I cant right now haha But anyways I was wondering can the Punisher body fit the kyosho str? I figured I would have to lower the rear body post. and maybe cut a little different?

I was looking for specs on the chassis for the rc8t but can seem to find what im looking for. So thanks in advance for all info!

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How do you get the body without the holes for gas. I run electric truggy. Also I wanna know why the other models besides ae have the roof design similar to the bulldog but he rc8t punisher body doesnt anyone out there have any answers?
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How do you get the body without the holes for gas. I run electric truggy. Also I wanna know why the other models besides ae have the roof design similar to the bulldog but he rc8t punisher body doesnt anyone out there have any answers?
Unless you're buying a body from someone that's already painted and trimmed, none of them should have holes cut in them.

For electric, just don't cut out the opening for the head....
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