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Old 08-13-2012, 06:35 PM   #16
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Proline just came out with a Bulldog body for the MP9. Some creative trimming and it will fit the 777
Thanks for that info so if I buy the bulldog i can definitely make it fit?
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Thanks for that info so if I buy the bulldog i can definitely make it fit?
Actually, I'm using it on an older Hyper. But last Sunday my friend tried it on his MP777 and it seemed OK. Just don't follow the trim lines, develop your own. In my case, I had to go below the side cut lines, take some off the rear arm area and trim a bit for the air cleaner at the back of the roof.

Both of us were using the Proline Crowd Pleazer, but they are discontinued. With the Proline, my throttle/brake was always hitting the body and I had to trim holes for clearance. Also, the exhaust pipe was close to the body and in time caused damage. The Bulldog gives more room and no clearance problems.
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Does anyone know if the rc8b 2 proline bulldog shell will fit a 777?

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Actually, I'm using it on an older Hyper. But last Sunday my friend tried it on his MP777 and it seemed OK. Just don't follow the trim lines, develop your own. In my case, I had to go below the side cut lines, take some off the rear arm area and trim a bit for the air cleaner at the back of the roof.

Both of us were using the Proline Crowd Pleazer, but they are discontinued. With the Proline, my throttle/brake was always hitting the body and I had to trim holes for clearance. Also, the exhaust pipe was close to the body and in time caused damage. The Bulldog gives more room and no clearance problems.
awesome!! im going to get an mp bulldog body and make it fit
thanks for ur help
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The sideguards arrived and they are very narrow at the first angle.I can almost bet that any body for the RC8B will fit.
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