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Old 11-01-2012, 05:33 PM   #5581
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The team drivers also run custom Alloy extended chassis utilizing the stock plastic pods, not economically available to some. The Plastic +8mm chassis has a bump on the side towards the nose and is also wider....
Amezcua and Wernimont seemed to make it work just fine when I saw their cars last weekend. And yes, they were using a standard plastic chassis.
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Old 11-06-2012, 09:08 AM   #5582
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Default New T4.1 Parts

I have tried the new T4.1 hex wheels and they are very nice. They are a little heavy but they are a nice solid wheel

I am still waiting for word on when the front hex kit and the new closed cell foams will be released. These items were announced well over a month ago and still nothing available for purchase
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When cutting rear buggy barcodes for 4wd fronts , traditionally does one leave all the pins and cut out some of the "y's" or section the pins.
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When cutting rear buggy barcodes for 4wd fronts , traditionally does one leave all the pins and cut out some of the "y's" or section the pins.
Why not just buy 4wd front barcodes?
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I have tried the new T4.1 hex wheels and they are very nice. They are a little heavy but they are a nice solid wheel

I am still waiting for word on when the front hex kit and the new closed cell foams will be released. These items were announced well over a month ago and still nothing available for purchase
Unfortunately sometimes there are production delays that push back delivery dates. Nobody wants/needs a new product to come out on time or in a timely manner more than the manufacture.

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When cutting rear buggy barcodes for 4wd fronts , traditionally does one leave all the pins and cut out some of the "y's" or section the pins.
We just run 4wd Bar Code fronts - #3020
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Old 11-06-2012, 03:11 PM   #5586
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any idea when the setup boards will be back in stock?

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Old 11-06-2012, 03:24 PM   #5587
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any idea when the setup boards will be back in stock?

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Hey Trevor. Looking for them to be in next week.
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Any ETA for Flip Outs?
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Hey Trevor. Looking for them to be in next week.
whats up John! Thanks for the prompt reply....I'll be watching for them.
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[QUOTE=PW;11411965]Unfortunately sometimes there are production delays that push back delivery dates. Nobody wants/needs a new product to come out on time or in a timely manner more than the manufacture.

I have been in the manufacturing industry for just over 12 years so yes I am completely aware of production delays especially with new products. I believe the key is the communication regarding the delays.

I am confident that once these products are complete they will be as awesome as all other JConcepts products. I am sure this is part of the delay. Waiting longer for quality product is a much better option that a sub-par part being released early/on-time. Sometimes it is just difficult to explain that to the customer!
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Default T4.1 Finisher wing

The T4.1 Finisher comes with a "gurney spoiler" which is the spoiler with the lip at the end of it. How would this effect handling as opposed to the straight wing?

I noticed that only the straight/standard wing is available as a replacement. Is there reason that the "gurney wing" is not available as a replacement part?
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The T4.1 Finisher comes with a "gurney spoiler" which is the spoiler with the lip at the end of it. How would this effect handling as opposed to the straight wing?

I noticed that only the straight/standard wing is available as a replacement. Is there reason that the "gurney wing" is not available as a replacement part?
It is available seperate

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The T4.1 Finisher comes with a "gurney spoiler" which is the spoiler with the lip at the end of it. How would this effect handling as opposed to the straight wing?

I noticed that only the straight/standard wing is available as a replacement. Is there reason that the "gurney wing" is not available as a replacement part?
Actually the optional wing #0129 has the Gurney and can be purchased separately. I will get them to add it to the website ASAP.

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The T4.1 Finisher comes with a "gurney spoiler" which is the spoiler with the lip at the end of it. How would this effect handling as opposed to the straight wing?

I noticed that only the straight/standard wing is available as a replacement. Is there reason that the "gurney wing" is not available as a replacement part?
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What about the Stackers and Black jackets ? There was talk of them before the brocodes and they are already out. Are you waiting till after the worlds ?
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