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Old 10-29-2007, 03:23 PM   #4021
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Just to share with you guys !! :



cya !
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Old 10-29-2007, 04:05 PM   #4022
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Well,

My new JPX .21 Jammin engine its installed with new M2C Clutch System and ready to break inn, as you can see, there is a project under the Buggy, its a Hyper ST PRO truggy + Jammin .28 engine ... :
Nice engine there Tabushi and i just assuming you have been sponsored by Hobao hyper to ride their truggy.. congrats

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And the next driver in the family (my doughter its on learning phase, and this little one will have to wait some years to get a radio) :
cya !!
My 3yrs old boy already tried a few session with my truggy.. man, i need to decrease the max throttle This boy don't sue brake one

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Greetings all the X1 fanatics.
I havent been around a while. Been busy opening my new hobbystore.
Just popping in to say hi.
Tabushi the young one is growing.
I see youve switched to Jammin engine.
Well It so happens that I have too been racing the Jammin jpx21 for a while now and just broke in a second one.
Its a pitty these beuts are so underated.
IMO its the best I have had so far. You know what I have been playing with.
The engine just doesnt lack power, its super smooth, it idles low and forever, wont die for anything, consistent, excellent runtime and the build qaulity is second to none.
My choice of race engine for the new year.
Jersey, congrats on the new hobbystore
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Old 10-29-2007, 04:07 PM   #4023
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Just to share with you guys !! :



cya !
Oh man.. thats one big laughter there!
Congrats on the podium finish.. u as always

This deserved to be in the blog
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Old 10-29-2007, 09:20 PM   #4024
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jfc_tech, nope,

i wish that but no, im not a pro dirver lol!, so my sponsoring came from the new Colombian importer, its partial sponsorship but very good.

thanks for your words ...
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Old 10-30-2007, 04:53 AM   #4025
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Jersey, congrats on the new hobbystore

Thanks Joneh.

I have been trying lots of setups with the new super BB shocks and took them off. The springs are just too soft. Waiting for the new springs to be released.

So far the Jammin is holding up well.
I think my buggy is probably an X3 by now.
The X2 will be the same buggy with all the upgrades. IMO
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Old 10-30-2007, 08:13 AM   #4026
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Jersey, congrats on the new hobbystore

Thanks Joneh.

I have been trying lots of setups with the new super BB shocks and took them off. The springs are just too soft. Waiting for the new springs to be released.

So far the Jammin is holding up well.
I think my buggy is probably an X3 by now.
The X2 will be the same buggy with all the upgrades. IMO


JBOY,

Do you have the silver springs ?, i received the white and silver springs but the shocks were in backorder lol!

well, cya !
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Old 10-31-2007, 08:33 AM   #4027
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jfc_tech, nope,

i wish that but no, im not a pro dirver lol!, so my sponsoring came from the new Colombian importer, its partial sponsorship but very good.

thanks for your words ...
No problem the Tabushi
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Old 11-02-2007, 03:09 AM   #4028
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Tabushi,
why are you running two fuel filters?

That Jammin engine looks sweet. How is it performing?
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Old 11-02-2007, 07:22 AM   #4029
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JBOY,

Do you have the silver springs ?, i received the white and silver springs but the shocks were in backorder lol!

well, cya !
I have both the white and silver. The white is softer than the silver(nickel)
Both is too soft for my liking. Too much body roll.
I would like top hear your comparison when youve run yours.
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I have both the white and silver. The white is softer than the silver(nickel)
Both is too soft for my liking. Too much body roll.
I would like top hear your comparison when youve run yours.
Most people that I know use the nickel springs, at least in the front shocks...
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I found a slightly harder set of springs and I am using 45fr and rear for shock oils. Feels good. I will try it on the track and let you know. The X1 IMO prefer suspension not too soft.
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Tabushi I meant to ask you how the feroni chassis you using on your X1 is holding out. Is it better than the stock pro chassis and better than the dragon racing chassis?
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Tabushi I meant to ask you how the feroni chassis you using on your X1 is holding out. Is it better than the stock pro chassis and better than the dragon racing chassis?


The Dragon racing its just paper weight, it doesnt take any punishment and bends like easy.

The Fioroni one im loving it, a lot of racing through it and its very low wear on it, it seems to be a little stiffer than the stock one, but it wears slower than the original Jammin chassis.

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Hey guys.

I've just bought this buggy from a friend, but it didnt include a clutch and i'm putting a .21 Go Tech 3 port engine in it.

Which clutch bell would be a good starting setup? 14t? 15t? The track i'll be running on is pretty large.
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Hey guys.

I've just bought this buggy from a friend, but it didnt include a clutch and i'm putting a .21 Go Tech 3 port engine in it.

Which clutch bell would be a good starting setup? 14t? 15t? The track i'll be running on is pretty large.
If you have a 48T on your main (center diff) gear, I'd use 13 or 14T...it also depends on the clutch shoes/springs you use....
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