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B74 Manual
New parts list
Product page
petitrc set-up page
Pistons explained

B64 carry-over parts:

- front and rear wheels
- springs
- pistons
- plastic diff gears
- shock caps
- spring cups
- arm mount inserts
- ball cups
- wing
- clamping wheel hexes
- generic hardware, tools, fluids
- ...

Fan mounts:
Revolution Design Yokomo YZ-4SF Aluminium Fan Mount RDRP0474
Schelle B74 Fan Mount and Wire Clip SCH1444 (SCH1444-COMBO with Motiv fan)
Revolution Design B74 Fan Mount RDRP0495

Aluminum options:
front shock tower RDRP0496
rear shock tower RDRP0497
rear hub set RDRP0489

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Old 03-22-2019, 05:35 AM
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Originally Posted by b1narych0ice View Post
Not sure what the strange things in the middle of the bones are either, I'm guessing that's just there because they don't have proper length bones in production yet. Hopefully they offer a Factory Lite and can show off those bones in the next teaser
I agree they are probably testing various plunge lengths, it would be cool if they were to copy Durango's method of adjustable plunge:

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I believe the current B6.1 axles have two dogbone depths to accommodate 65 and 67mm driveshafts. I don't know if there's a dogbone plunge option with that adjustment, though.
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Originally Posted by billdelong View Post
I agree they are probably testing various plunge lengths, it would be cool if they were to copy Durango's method of adjustable plunge:

Cant, Xray already tried it and the patent police caught them.


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With some old school Durango thrown in for good measure.
hmmm I was thinking Serpent but then again lol
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hmmm I was thinking Serpent but then again lol
+1 the bulkheads looked very serpent-esque to me
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well, made it all the way to the 2nd post before the inevitable 'it looks like xxx'.

+1 to the earlier comment on the bone sleeves. my first thought was to support variable length, but not sure two setscrews and a sleeve would handle the torque.
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Originally Posted by Robbob View Post
Cant, Xray already tried it and the patent police caught them.




hmmm I was thinking Serpent but then again lol
You may be right. I was just remembering Durango had the diff case that separated from the bulkhead like that. I don't think theirs had any height adjustment though.
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Originally Posted by gee-dub View Post
well, made it all the way to the 2nd post before the inevitable 'it looks like xxx'.

+1 to the earlier comment on the bone sleeves. my first thought was to support variable length, but not sure two setscrews and a sleeve would handle the torque.
Cut and shut driveshafts? I wouldnt have thought so. Its just a mock up of what the car might look like.
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Cut and shut driveshafts? I wouldnt have thought so. Its just a mock up of what the car might look like.
they didnt have the right shafts...that is just for mockup and fitment.
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Cant, Xray already tried it and the patent police caught them.




hmmm I was thinking Serpent but then again lol
you mean serpango? Because the sdx4 is a straight up Durango clone.
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you mean serpango? Because the sdx4 is a straight up Durango clone.
Both are the work of Gerd Strenge, so it does not matter at all.
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Well anyway the B74 looks awesome. But now do I sell my 64 now and get a decent price for it, and have a few weeks not running wheeler or do I keep it as a mod/practice car.

I thought there would be a little more changed, but I guess not much really needed to be done to it. Unlike someone elses 25 year old design that team members hack to death.
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Originally Posted by Alexv2024 View Post
Well anyway the B74 looks awesome. But now do I sell my 64 now and get a decent price for it, and have a few weeks not running wheeler or do I keep it as a mod/practice car.

I thought there would be a little more changed, but I guess not much really needed to be done to it. Unlike someone elses 25 year old design that team members hack to death.
Waiting for a new kit always involves a certain risk of delys etc. If you are racing regularly and don't need the money to pay for the B74, it will be better to keep it until the new kit and spares are sitting on your desk.
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Originally Posted by Alexv2024 View Post
Well anyway the B74 looks awesome. But now do I sell my 64 now and get a decent price for it, and have a few weeks not running wheeler or do I keep it as a mod/practice car.

I thought there would be a little more changed, but I guess not much really needed to be done to it. Unlike someone elses 25 year old design that team members hack to death.
waiting a few weeks wont matter. Everyone knows that the b74 is on the way, so you won't catch anyone by surprise if you sell it today.
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Ok, so now that a new 4wd buggy is confirmed, onto the serious question! “Where can I get front wheels for it?” (he he..)
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Ok, so now that a new 4wd buggy is confirmed, onto the serious question! “Where can I get front wheels for it?” (he he..)
Lol. Amain has Mono fronts in stock if that is what you are looking for. There's an interview on the car with Bob Stellflue on JConcepts' facebook page, but unfortunately there's neither much information nor an ETA.
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