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Old 09-05-2006, 10:33 AM   #16
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SB V2 CARBON CONVERSION KIT

● Titinium Carbon Chassis

● Titinium Carbon Upper Deck

● Titinium Carbon Battery Stamp

● Center Roll Block

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Hey Guys,

Here are some pics of the SBV2 with the Graphite Conversion, rear universals and the one way on the shaft.

Let me know what you think!

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Hey Guys,

Here are some pics of the SBV2 with the Graphite Conversion, rear universals and the one way on the shaft.

Let me know what you think!

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I think it would be really cool if all that stuff came in one box! As in V2 Pro....
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I agree as well.

Can you shoot a pick of the rear end fully extended for droop and show how far the cvd bone pin is now staying in the diff? You will need to take off the outdrive savers for this. Also, I would like to see the cvd bone as well to see what is different about the end that goes into the diff cup than what currently comes on the V2.

Thanks and it looks nice!
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cain, mobody is selling mounts for the SB pro anymore. i hate the stock mount and im about to try and make one.

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If worse comes to worse, see about picking up the caste metal motor mount dish (not the full mount just the part that bolts to the motor) . Cut a waffle pattern into it where it sits inside the outer mount, this for some reason lets the motor sit closer to the spur. Not sure why. You may want to confirm with someone else just to be sure as I am going off of memory here as to which you need to buy.
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Looks great.. Nice Bling Bling!!!!!
 
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Cain, under full droop there is plenty of pin inside the outdrive. The new universals are the same as the front just a little bit longer, thats all. You can run a long captured ball end on the shock and inside on the arm and it still will not eject or chew up the outdrive. There is no reason to run the long ballend, just making a point.

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will the V2 mount fit the SB Pro?

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Dave G: Thats great to hear about the change that was made. Now, was a new bone made for the original "dogbone" setup or is this a universal thing only?

I am not sure about the new mount fitting.
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The mount won't fit the old car without major modifications it doesn't look like. It's a different height, keys onto the chasis differently, and has a round curve where the old car's top plate extended.

The dogbone fix is just an extended universal. Same basic design as always, but the bone is longer.
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do you kno of any companies that sell a mount like the V2s for the Pro? all of the companies i have asked said no. i have started designing one and i have the autocad drawing done. would anyone mind comparing it to a kose mount or similar. you will need autocad 2005 to view it.

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Since Acratech is no longer making the mount, maybe ask them to see the cad they used for it as I think they got it from JK Racing on the rc10b4 forum. You could also contact him to see if he has it.
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i have one designed but i wanted to have some pple look at and check the dimensions. im looking to get 2 machined one as a spare. who knows maby ill make more if pple are interested. if someone sends me a V2 mount i could make a better one for the V2. autocad is my kind of thing

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