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Old 12-16-2007, 02:15 AM   #4111
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what is the part # for the cnc rear tower with the 7th camber link hole? and has anyone ever tried the Kyosho lightweight buggy unis in the x1cr?? thanks Trevor
the only shock tower i know that has the 7th hole is the king headz one its part number KP-750.
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Old 12-16-2007, 07:32 AM   #4112
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ok, so peeps are modding the 5mm HN tower for the 7th camber link location................gotcha. Also, are the KhZ towers lighter than the 5mm HN's?? And on those lightened unis.........someone chime in on that note please, I have been thinking of lightening all the outdrives and spur, but would like light unis as well, that would rock hardcore, why hasnt Jammin made some light unis to replace the old ones? with their spiral cut ring/pinions and the light outdrives and spur, they should have unis as well...that would make for a much faster accelerating buggy off the line from a standing idle due to less rotational mass in the drivetrain. thanks Trevor
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Old 12-16-2007, 07:42 AM   #4113
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i noticed alot of people running the lightweight out drives and the diff pins with great success with the lighter spur gear. i was just wondering in the weight difference between the king headz piece and the jammin one. i have the drilled jammin one i could weigh so anyone with the king headz shock tower know what it weighs please chime in.
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Old 12-16-2007, 07:48 AM   #4114
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if the KhZ are lighter(which I think they will be) I will order a set from Homer @ www.Bmainhobbies.com thanks Trevor
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if the KhZ are lighter(which I think they will be) I will order a set from Homer @ www.Bmainhobbies.com thanks Trevor
does he cut you a check everytime you put the link to his site
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Old 12-16-2007, 07:55 AM   #4116
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nah man, just droppin' plugz for my Homie

besides, you wont find cheaper stuff, so go ahead and click on it hahahahahaha
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its cool i just noticed youve been dropping that plug for a while. also if you want to support a chicago local visit nitro-toyz.com. you could always email tom@nitro-toyz.com if the item is not on the website
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Hey pwnzor what do you run for shock oil at leisure hours when its cold. i was running 37.5 in the front and 27.5 in the rear and it felt thick once the buggy was on the track for a while
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Old 12-16-2007, 08:12 AM   #4120
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looks good im thinking about picking up the super big bores but i cant justify it for 3 vehicles
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looks dialed.....how are the super bb's working for you?? I got those and silver springs on order
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looks good im thinking about picking up the super big bores but i cant justify it for 3 vehicles
I've only got two race days on them so far. Best upgrade for the buggy IMO!
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looks good im thinking about picking up the super big bores but i cant justify it for 3 vehicles
sell the RTR and buy them for your 2 race cars
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Old 12-16-2007, 08:59 AM   #4124
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yeah ill probably just pick up a set for the buggy
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its cool i just noticed youve been dropping that plug for a while. also if you want to support a chicago local visit nitro-toyz.com. you could always email tom@nitro-toyz.com if the item is not on the website
Bmain is the ONLY place I shop bro

I dont run @ LH bro...I been up there hanging out once w/ Chad B and Czech, but never ran their,Im not a fan of nitro indoor, and only outdoor where I live, Im 300 south of Chicago...........hahahhahaha, does anyone run a Jammin there? you should have hooked with Matt Gosch when he was up there last
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