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Old 11-14-2006, 09:06 PM   #1
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Can anyone tell me what the difference between these 2 chassis's are. Length, width etc. If there are any. As i need to replace one, & i know a LHS has the Street Weapon ones in stock.
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Brodie-SW chassis is Shorter than the XX-4 chassis is.
They can order one from Horizon.

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www.losipartshouse.com has the XX-4 low CG graphite chassis in stock. I would not put a shorter chassis on this car because it would take away from its bump handling ability. I get stuff from them all the time and the shipping is fast. I usually receive my order in 3 days.
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Can anyone tell me what the difference between these 2 chassis's are. Length, width etc. If there are any. As i need to replace one, & i know a LHS has the Street Weapon ones in stock.
The Street Weapon chassis is .400" shorter and the length is taken out in the area right behind the servo.It will work but you will also need to use the shorter rear belt for the SW and the SW chassis cover,or cut yours down.You would also have to cut some of the rear of the body off.If your lhs has the SW rear belt also you can make it work,but if you have the time to order the correct xx4 chassis that would really be the better way to go.
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