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Old 06-16-2010, 01:03 PM   #1
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Default jato 3.3 vs. 4wd at the dunes and for hill climbs

i do the dunes and hill climbs i have noticed that on hill climbs on a 2wd the front end comes up all the time and flips what is better a jato or a 4d
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i say just throw some weight in the front of the jato.....4wd might bog down going up hill
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i do the dunes and hill climbs i have noticed that on hill climbs on a 2wd the front end comes up all the time and flips what is better a jato or a 4d
4wd if you keep up the rpm and gear it for bottom end you will be fine.
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could also try adding an extended wheelie bar to the Jato.
should keep the front end closer to the ground
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the true thing to get for sand is the hpi baja.
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