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Old 05-12-2012, 05:05 PM
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Can anyone explain to me the situations when I would use the V1 and V2 Barcode?
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Any idea if hazard wheels for the Durango DESC will be made?
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Old 05-13-2012, 10:19 PM
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Can anyone explain to me the situations when I would use the V1 and V2 Barcode?
V1s usually give you more forward byte over v2s and v2s have a little more side byte. I like running v1s indoor, because side byte is usually not a factor. V2s are good for out door, blue groove high byte conditions.
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Originally Posted by mdwaeracer View Post
Any news on pressure points for Stadium truck?
Still in the works; maybe mid/late June.

+1, 3D's for Stadium Truck would be awesome!
Not at the moment.

Buggy rear Pressure Points please!
It's a possibility...

Any idea if hazard wheels for the Durango DESC will be made?
Sorry, no plans.
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paul can you check the fitment of the J82 body on the +8 chassis,wan't to see if it fits better than the stock style b4 body on the +8
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Got the double D's all cut and glued for my fronts. Thanks PW



I think i am going to do some 3D's also.
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Originally Posted by rider313 View Post
Got the double D's all cut and glued for my fronts. Thanks PW



I think i am going to do some 3D's also.
Are those cut down rears?
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Originally Posted by B00t13g View Post
Are those cut down rears?
Yep, it's explained on the previous page.....http://www.rctech.net/forum/10720604-post5079.html
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Originally Posted by B00t13g View Post
Are those cut down rears?
Can this be done with dd fronts? I have an extra pair laying around.
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Can this be done with dd fronts? I have an extra pair laying around.
SUre can. Look at the pic and count how many lugs are left after cutting and then determine how many you need to cut for 4WD fronts. probably two rows at the most.
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Originally Posted by elex300 View Post
Can this be done with dd fronts? I have an extra pair laying around.
The shape and profile will come out much different compared to using a rear tire.
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Saw an ad in Velocity RC mag and it showed Choppers 3067. Have these been released yet and what type of dirt would they be used on? Thanks.
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Saw an ad in Velocity RC mag and it showed Choppers 3067. Have these been released yet and what type of dirt would they be used on? Thanks.
The all new Choppers will be our ultimate all terrain SCT tire. You can see details regarding this tire on our NRHSA hobby show video .

The Choppers haven't been released yet, but they are scheduled for a mid-June release .
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Originally Posted by PW View Post
The shape and profile will come out much different compared to using a rear tire.
Yeah they came out more square looking then the pic of the rears. No biggie I will try them out anyway. Cant hurt.
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I run gold pressure points on +3mm offset rims on all 4 corners. Need suggestions on what tires to run on the front of my sc10. The pressure points up front are too twitchy for me. Thanks
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