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Old 09-10-2005, 03:31 PM   #991
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Anybody frustrated with clutch springs yet?



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Team Losi now offers a handy and economical clutch tool designed to make installing and removing clutch shoes and springs on big block engines easy. The Team Losi LOSA99168 Clutch Tool all but eliminates the pinched fingers and aggravation associated with working on the clutch shoes and springs of a .21 to .30 engine. This handy clutch tool has a pivoting arm with an extra long metal flap that holds the clutch shoe and retracts the spring for removal. The arm can also be flipped over to correctly position/push the shoe on while retracting the spring during installation. The Team Losi clutch tool is lightweight and compact easily fitting in your tool kit. All 1/8 scale on-road and off-road racers as well as big block monste truckowners will find this tool a must have.
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Old 09-11-2005, 06:01 AM   #992
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have to get one of those, when will it be released?
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Old 09-11-2005, 03:26 PM   #993
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Looks to me its exactally the same as the duratrax clutch tool, which has been out for a while. p/n DTXR1110
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Old 09-11-2005, 04:59 PM   #994
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Horizon says "Late September"...so it should be fairly soon!
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Old 09-12-2005, 04:37 AM   #995
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results of Round 6 of the Brother Cup was held at the TRP track in Elmpt HOLLAND.

The track is a purpose built track with a length of 390 meters,

situated at a British army base at the Dutch/German border.

Final result:


1 Jacco Koch Hong Nor 57/45m25,317
tester of x1cr for TWF8 site

2 Bert Schirris Mugen Seiki 55/45m26,240
3 Paul Geelen Mugen Seiki 52/45m 0,528
4 Theo Kuijpers Kyosho 48/45m37,744
5 Mark Rijken Kyosho 47/45m39,726
6 Nacor Maduro Kyosho 40/45m19,041
7 Iwan Latev Mugen Seiki 29/30m28,060
8 Jordy Velder GS Racing CL-1 22/18m36,761
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Old 09-12-2005, 11:38 AM   #996
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Looks to me its exactally the same as the duratrax clutch tool, which has been out for a while. p/n DTXR1110
Clearly the colors are different.
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Old 09-12-2005, 12:25 PM   #997
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See, Derek knows!

The X-1 CR winning on both sides of the pond!

Just heard from the boss: all new X-1 CR kits will come with the previously aftermarket Jammin' brake discs. These things are dialed!
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Old 09-12-2005, 06:41 PM   #998
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Son man that is a good looking Jammin.
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Old 09-12-2005, 07:13 PM   #999
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are they way super dope?
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Old 09-12-2005, 07:58 PM   #1000
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is there any web/thread i can get the race result that have been won by x1cr anywhere around the world..
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Aaron - Do you happen to know the part # on those aftermarket brake discs?
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Old 09-12-2005, 08:47 PM   #1002
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Default All New X1CR

Guys,

When will be the all new X1CR coming?
What's the different between the the older version and the new X1CR Pro besides the F/R shock tower?
What do i need to upgrade in order to convert my X1CR Pro (older version) to the latest version?

Please enlighten me. I just started offroad with a X1CR Pro (old version).

Thanks.
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gopher-doggy - It's a Jammin...of course it's way super dope!

arghh - Not that I've seen anywhere..but it's not a bad idea!

Shocker - Nitrohouse says it's 36659. So that's what I'll go with!

Josh - It's not so much a new and old, as that the new one will have some aftermarket parts on it.

The Jammin' aftermarket brake discs (which will come on the "old" kits now as well), captured hinge pins, the new shock towers, and bigger-bore shocks. I think that's it? haha!

There's absolutely nothing wrong with the current kit...but the proposed new one will just have the goodies all in one box.
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Josh - It's not so much a new and old, as that the new one will have some aftermarket parts on it.

The Jammin' aftermarket brake discs (which will come on the "old" kits now as well), captured hinge pins, the new shock towers, and bigger-bore shocks. I think that's it? haha!

There's absolutely nothing wrong with the current kit...but the proposed new one will just have the goodies all in one box.[/QUOTE]

Thanks, Aaron

1 more question, is there a conversion kit to convert CR to CRT? If no, will it be in the pipeline?
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Quote:
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Son man that is a good looking Jammin.
you know it Jeff hehehe
working on a body right now
will post some pics when its here/done
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