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Old 01-08-2007, 02:40 PM
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Academy's new 1/10 scale buggy SBV2 PRO


Here's the most exciting new 1/10 scale buggy to hit the dirt in a long time - Academy's SBV2 PRO. It's full carbon and the most adaptable and contains more options (as standard) then any vehicle out there.
And only $359.99 retail too!!!



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Old 01-09-2007, 11:01 AM
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Dave, car looks great! can't wait to drive it...
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Even got half a Glen Bean paint job on there. Nice
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Just read the article over at RC Car Action. Looking good.
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looks very nice , im looking to get into offroad!
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This car is due out MID february so make sure to tell your local hobby store to put these car kits on order.... STORMER HOBBIES will be stocking this car kit too!!

Talk to you soon!!!
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Will it be coming with the white springs shown in the picture with the body on or the green springs shown in the up close photos? or both?
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Dave G, is the one way removable? not that i will need to very often, just wondered how it works..
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4wd is on the upside again with alot of new cars comming out this one looks to be it cant wait
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the one way is removable and you can swap it with a solid unit too. I have both for my current V2
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Originally Posted by dan r
Dave G, is the one way removable? not that i will need to very often, just wondered how it works..
The oneway is located on the center driveshaft cup going into the front tranny case with a ball diff up front. It is removable and can be replaced with a standard drive cup if need be. This setup works excellent though! I tried a standard oneway/solid centershaft drive cup up front and liked the balldiff/oneway on the shaft setup much better.

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Chris Peterson: The new buggy is going to come with White Springs. The Green springs in the pictures is what ACADEMY wanted to supply as stock hardware, but we (MRC) changed that this week, WAY to stiff for a base setup. The new car is coming with WHITE Springs all round.

Dan R: The one way is removeable and the solid front yoke will be provided in the kit as well. If you want to run "all time 4wd" you can do so. If you want to run the oneway on the center shaft, you can do so. Both yokes are provided as standard hardware!
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Originally Posted by Dave G
Chris Peterson: The new buggy is going to come with White Springs. The Green springs in the pictures is what ACADEMY wanted to supply as stock hardware, but we (MRC) changed that this week, WAY to stiff for a base setup. The new car is coming with WHITE Springs all round.

Dan R: The one way is removeable and the solid front yoke will be provided in the kit as well. If you want to run "all time 4wd" you can do so. If you want to run the oneway on the center shaft, you can do so. Both yokes are provided as standard hardware!

Yea, what Dave said. lol.
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