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Old 05-21-2010, 08:41 AM   #1
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I'm converting my buggy to electric and I am wanting to get one of the different style bodies by proline or jconepts, etc. Well the only problem with that is Noone makes aftermarket bodies for the Z-Car!!! I am wondering if there is a more popular buggy out with a body that fits?? Plese post on this thread if you have any idea. Thanks!!
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Old 05-21-2010, 11:15 AM   #2
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www.AtoZrc.net has the NEW Z10B 1.2mm body that fits the ZMXB-8 buggy.

It has the newer 'cabforward' design. Body looks really good.
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awesome! thanks!!!
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I just picked up two of these bodies from AtoZrc.net. They look awesome!
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You can also use any body for the Hotbodies D8. I have used several, swift and high flow without any issues. Just take your time when cutting out the body......trim a bit, check the fit......trim a bit, check the fit.

The only thing with using other bodies for other buggies is that the nose piece usually needs some modification or some ingenuity in order to get it to mount on the nose. I rarely put a nose piece on my buggy anyhow, I think the z-car looks bad-ass without it.

Im converting a z-car too, what motor/ESC ya looking to use?
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