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Old 02-17-2006, 11:18 AM   #1
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Hey everybody i just got a Jato in the mid to late september and somehow it has a crack all the way around the high speed needle so i have to get a new carb and i dont want to get the stock traxxas one i only want to spend 20 to 30 dollars on it. I need help on deciding which one to get any suggestions. Oh and i have the trx 2.5 engine in it. Id really appreciate it k
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Old 02-17-2006, 06:29 PM   #2
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after buying things for my 2.5, thinking they would help its performance, they really didnt. i would just buy the same carb online, cause the parts that come with the 2.5 just work together more easily. on ebay, you can find one for as much or a liittle less than 30.
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just spend an extra 10 and get the one that the engine was made for

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sweet thanks guys they are also selling just the carberator body for 15 bucks do you think thats worth it
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