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Old 05-01-2007, 10:02 AM   #16
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Old 05-12-2007, 03:03 PM   #17
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There has been some cosmetic changes and a few revisions to kits.
Here is a few pics of new versions.








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Love Those truggy rims looks cool.
New wheels are even better
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There's a lot more than cosmetic changes done to the new ZX-1. Parts fit better and better tolerances... different shims and seals. Everything from the old buggy is fixed.
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I just ran mine last week. This goes for any buggy, but you will want to take it apart and go through everything. Pay close attention to detail.

Some thing I learned with mine the first weekend out...

Locktight EVERYTHING!!!!!

watch you steering servo wire, it is close to the front brake, just make sure it clears

make sure your servo saver is set correctly

pay close attention to the brake setup, make sure the linkages don't touch the fuel tank.


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The stock shocks arn't bad, they will get you going and feel pretty good, if you decide to run the stock shocks use a little blue lock-tight on the shock cap, make sure you don't over fill the shock.

Dont' use the stock foam, the tire that come in the kit are really good, use a molded insert.
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My thoughts are that this is the electric off-road thread. I don't see a electric motor on the buggy or truggy?
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