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Old 06-27-2014, 11:23 AM   #7666
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I've seen a few guys replace the 3mm grub-screw with a 4/40 screw and just use the B4 ones
Sweet i still have my b4.2 to switch them over
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Old 06-27-2014, 10:14 PM   #7667
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Hey in your opinion what is the best buggy tire for outdoor hard pack very abrasive surface. The race line is clean and blown off after a few heats. The surface has a type of glue on it so it holds up well. Track starts to get some shape holes as the day goes on. I was thinking stacker,hybrid or black jack?.. What you guys suggest??
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Any eta on gold SCT dirt webs? Is there going to be dirt tech foams for SCT?
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Old 06-28-2014, 10:38 PM   #7669
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Any eta on gold SCT dirt webs? Is there going to be dirt tech foams for SCT?
http://www.jconcepts.net/store/index...roducts_id=809

I have some on the way.
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Old 06-29-2014, 09:46 AM   #7670
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13$ for shipping. Guess I'll wait a few weeks.
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Old 06-30-2014, 06:34 AM   #7671
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Hey in your opinion what is the best buggy tire for outdoor hard pack very abrasive surface. The race line is clean and blown off after a few heats. The surface has a type of glue on it so it holds up well. Track starts to get some shape holes as the day goes on. I was thinking stacker,hybrid or black jack?.. What you guys suggest??
I would think Stackers or Crossbows in blue (soft).
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Old 07-01-2014, 05:29 PM   #7672
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"I actually saw someone this Weds with one and it looked really good. I didn't get any pics, but it fit really nice. I will try and get pics next time."

PW, ^^ this was the MM 22 Silencer, but mounted on the rear motor car? Yes, please post pics if you can get them. Thanks.
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Old 07-01-2014, 11:18 PM   #7673
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PW, can you pass this along (or comment )...

The Mini E-Revo Rulux wheels are almost a perfect fit and offset for the Re-Released RC10 cars (rear). Is there any chance at getting them produced in anything other than black (yellow/white), or retooled just a bit to work on the car perfectly?

This picture is borrowed, it is not my car, but you can see why these wheels work.
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Old 07-10-2014, 09:43 PM   #7674
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Who has silver dirt webs?
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Is the B5M finnisher going to be released? Or should we just order the C4.2 Centro finnisher body?
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PW, can you pass this along (or comment )...

The Mini E-Revo Rulux wheels are almost a perfect fit and offset for the Re-Released RC10 cars (rear). Is there any chance at getting them produced in anything other than black (yellow/white), or retooled just a bit to work on the car perfectly?

This picture is borrowed, it is not my car, but you can see why these wheels work.
I did pass it along

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It's scheduled for an August release, but maybe sooner
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Guys quick question..... Last week I ran suburbs super soft rear with open cell foams inside car was good up till last round, where the track dried out a little more and the forward bite was lacking. I noticed that I drop almost a full second off my qual pace by the end of my run , started about .5 second slower then by end of the 10 min run i was a full second slower! The 2 leaders only drop off 3 teenths from qual's and never fell anymore through the run! So my question is what does JC have that i should try next time out the has little more side and forward bite then the suburbs rear? also been running bar codes front just about everywhere's i go and seems to be good.

this is 2wd mod buggy and the track is indoors thanks for the help
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Old 07-20-2014, 04:11 PM   #7678
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It's scheduled for an August release, but maybe sooner
im guessing its almost ready? i dont see the team going from a silencer to a c4.2 finnisher body. maybe im wrong...
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Hey Paul, Will the Dirt Tech inserts for 1/8th also work for SC?
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Guys quick question..... Last week I ran suburbs super soft rear with open cell foams inside car was good up till last round, where the track dried out a little more and the forward bite was lacking. I noticed that I drop almost a full second off my qual pace by the end of my run , started about .5 second slower then by end of the 10 min run i was a full second slower! The 2 leaders only drop off 3 teenths from qual's and never fell anymore through the run! So my question is what does JC have that i should try next time out the has little more side and forward bite then the suburbs rear? also been running bar codes front just about everywhere's i go and seems to be good.

this is 2wd mod buggy and the track is indoors thanks for the help
V1 Bar Codes and Dirt Webs would be two possibilities for you to check out. You may also look into closed cell inserts for overall more consistency for 5 or 6 minutes. Tire sauce is also something to consider; different sauce can last longer than others.

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im guessing its almost ready? i dont see the team going from a silencer to a c4.2 finnisher body. maybe im wrong...
The mold is finished and production should start next week. The body you see the guys running at the Hot Rod Shootout is actually just the C4.2 body. The Finnisher body seems to be favored on the super high-bite tracks and the Silencer is better on med/low bite tracks.

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Hey Paul, Will the Dirt Tech inserts for 1/8th also work for SC?
It's ok, but not preferred. We are working on a SCT Dirt Tech insert .
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