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Old 04-07-2006, 08:56 AM   #31
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i run a BJ4WE but as for arms if you have the updated ones then no, but if you break them you can put on the old bulkhead and run the old arms(b4) OR if you dont have the old bulkhead you can dremmel down some B4 arms to work. as for knuckles those are losi and they are out as of wednesday. shock towers- bring you own
rear arms- B4 with some dremmeling
diff gears- tc3 i believe
rearhubs- b4
i think that covers the most breakable parts
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Old 04-07-2006, 09:57 AM   #32
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Hey Turbo Joe

So Fridays sounds like a No-Go day... I need lots of people on the Track, so People(Not Drivers)don't see how slow I'm going!!!hahaha


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Ok so I better Order some Arms!!! WOW just look at my BJ4 Really Good it got Alu Knuckles!!!NICE!!!

How do you like your BJ4WE??? I think I'll Order a Conversion Kit, just to have on Hand. First I've got to Learn How to Drive...hahaha

Wonder how the BJ4WE compares to the X-5... The only problem I see with the X-5 is the Chassie seem kind of small No Room for a Brushless/
Controller(Novak) and a DSM Pro Reciever and there Battery lay-out...


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Old 04-07-2006, 05:47 PM   #33
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SoCal offroad thread... I'm surprised nobody thought of this earlier.

About time!
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Old 04-07-2006, 08:06 PM   #34
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hey guys, i run at socal too! you might have seen me and i might ahve seen u (im a chubby asian kid that runs a BK2 with a blue and yellow slime lookiing design body!) anyway, i havent been at socal lately, so i wouldnt know. do you guys know if socal stocks m18t parts? (im just wondering) and oh yea, any of you run xray m18ts? i would like to know how they run. i was thinking of buying one, and stick in a mamba 6800 setup for 100 bucks from www.b-p-p.com =] thanks guys you guys da best!

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Old 04-07-2006, 10:54 PM   #35
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Chubby asian kid at SoCal??? Never seen any of them at SoCal...
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Old 04-07-2006, 11:59 PM   #36
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Wassup, Valantin. I know who you are. You 're not a bad driver for a nube.
I don't know what Turbo Joe is trying to say, but you 're pretty much the only Chubby Asian kid at SoCal ( most Asians are skinny ).

Hey Turbo Joe, so you do 4WD ? you must suck huh ? because I don't know any Joe that place in the top 3 consistently.
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Old 04-08-2006, 12:06 AM   #37
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brad i just got my full kit in today. built it and it went together GREAT! i will be running it for the first time tomorrow and ill keep you posted. you should carry a front shock tower, set of arms, and maybe a gear set at all times with the car.
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Old 04-08-2006, 12:17 AM   #38
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Hey Turbo Joe, so you do 4WD ? you must suck huh ? because I don't know any Joe that place in the top 3 consistently.
Yeah, compared to some of the guys there, I suck...that's how it goes. Finishing "top 3" at SoCal isn't really a dream of mine, so it's not really something I spend a lot of time worrying about. If I finish in one piece or place in one main or the other, that's plenty good for me.
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Old 04-08-2006, 12:18 AM   #39
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brad i just got my full kit in today. built it and it went together GREAT! i will be running it for the first time tomorrow and ill keep you posted. you should carry a front shock tower, set of arms, and maybe a gear set at all times with the car.
Damn...

You weren't kidding around...LOL...already together???
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Old 04-08-2006, 08:48 AM   #40
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joe- it went together like a dream. no hand fitting unless stated and that was only two parts. the body looks kinda hack but W/E. also since i bought the HD one-way i have a backup rear diff. anyone going to hot rod today?
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Hey rcdude19641

WOW, front Shock Towers... mine are Carbon fiber... You guys still Break them??? it would seem to me the mount would go before the Tower went... Well better order one or two...hahaha I've got a few arms so I'm Ok for now.

They Don't use Standard Gear(Spur)... IF not what Spur gears works, what Spur gear Tooth sizes should I have??? I just keep a set of pinion gears on me 64/48 pitch. WOW, wonder of my Old Pinions Gears will fit on the Novak Brushless I have...hahaha Better Check!!!

Are you running Brushless, if so what kind, and any problems fitting it on your BJ4WE???


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Old 04-08-2006, 11:28 AM   #42
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shock towers can still break. its hard to but why chance it? as for gears the spur i believe its a b4. the internal gears are tc3 i think. as for motor im running a checkpoint 9x2. you should have no trouble putting in a GTB

joe next time we are at socal i'll let you have a couple laps with my car
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Wassup, Valantin. I know who you are. You 're not a bad driver for a nube.
I don't know what Turbo Joe is trying to say, but you 're pretty much the only Chubby Asian kid at SoCal ( most Asians are skinny ).

Hey Turbo Joe, so you do 4WD ? you must suck huh ? because I don't know any Joe that place in the top 3 consistently.
aye cory, i think i know u, what do you run? anyway, whoever you are, its nice to see someone i know from these forums that goes to socal. and LOL, turbo joe, what are u tryin to say eh? u got something against fat people?lhahah jp joe. i should start a rep with everyone at socal so everyone would know me as "the chubby asian kid" ..WooTzors...hahah haha im not much of a noob to rc...just a bit new to electric..but im pretty non noob with electric now, but yeah, dont race. so i guess u could consider me a noob cuz i dont race, im more of a basher, and just drive for fun. but i got iite driving skillz. lol..i just like the name NOOB xD..i use it for almost everything..lol

oh yeah turbo joe, if u see me..hit me up..lets race xD lol jp..haha its kewl man..

oh yea...no one answered my question! lol.....anyway, anyone run xray m18ts at socal??!?

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Old 04-10-2006, 08:45 AM   #44
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Hey All

So how was Racing this Sunday??? Was there a good turn-out for 4X4???


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I didn't go yesterday...I'm gonna try and get some people together for Wednesday, though...maybe it can be "Corona Night".
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