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Old 10-04-2010, 01:18 PM   #1
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i have the jammin x1 cr buggy and am wondering if the x2 cr buggy body will fit on it. there doesn't seem to be anyone making a body for it anymore.
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[QUOTE=rubiconon37's;8024042]i have the jammin x1 cr buggy and am wondering if the x2 cr buggy body will fit on it. there doesn't seem to be anyone making a body for it anymore.[/QUOTE

i have a losi body u can try.
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i have the jammin x1 cr buggy and am wondering if the x2 cr buggy body will fit on it. there doesn't seem to be anyone making a body for it anymore.
they are the same body actually. the X2 body just has sharpy marks on it for the new holes. also the nose piece is a little different but they are the same body.
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they are the same body actually. the X2 body just has sharpy marks on it for the new holes. also the nose piece is a little different but they are the same body.
thanks for the info. i appreciate it jmaxey!
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if I remember correctly a 777SP2 body will fit as well.
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How about the chassis. (sorry bout the hyjack) Will the X2 chassis plate bolt up to my X1-CR? My plate is shot.
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How about the chassis. (sorry bout the hyjack) Will the X2 chassis plate bolt up to my X1-CR? My plate is shot.
what do you mean by chassis plate? do you mean skids or the chassis itself? if you mean skids, yes the X1 and X2 ones are the same... but if you mean chassis itself then yes it will fit but you will also need radio tray(just the carbon fiber part) front and rear center drive shafts, and rear chassis brace... the rest will bolt on it.
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i have the jammin x1 cr buggy and am wondering if the x2 cr buggy body will fit on it. there doesn't seem to be anyone making a body for it anymore.
you can also use the mbx6 shell or xray808 on your x1 cr,but you need to change your side guards to an x2 crt guards.
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you can also use the mbx6 shell or xray808 on your x1 cr,but you need to change your side guards to an x2 crt guards.
the X1 and X2 side/stone guards are the same.....
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the X1 and X2 side/stone guards are the same.....
x2crt truggy side guards
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didnt see CRT guards, my bad.
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what do you mean by chassis plate? do you mean skids or the chassis itself? if you mean skids, yes the X1 and X2 ones are the same... but if you mean chassis itself then yes it will fit but you will also need radio tray(just the carbon fiber part) front and rear center drive shafts, and rear chassis brace... the rest will bolt on it.
Yes chassis. The motor is forward in the X2 correct that's why the mid shafts. Will my X1 braces work or will I need the X2 braces too. I like the 808 Illusion shells better. That X2 CRT stone gaurd idea is gonna get used
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Yes chassis. The motor is forward in the X2 correct that's why the mid shafts. Will my X1 braces work or will I need the X2 braces too. I like the 808 Illusion shells better. That X2 CRT stone gaurd idea is gonna get used
the X1 front brace is the same but the year one isnt, the rear is longer. make sure to get aluminum rear one or it flexes to much.... (the truggy works better with the plastic braces though IMO.)

also remember the carbon fiber part of the radio tray is different too, the X1 will NOT fit.
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Looks like the X1CRT rear brace is the same as the X2CR rear.
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Looks like the X1CRT rear brace is the same as the X2CR rear.
maybe, but i never checked it... i know longer have my X1 CR and X2 CR and X2 CRT... all i have left is my X1 CRT, so i cant compare,
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