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Old 03-13-2007, 10:57 PM   #1
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Are parts interchangleable between the two, just different material - graphite - ea3???

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Old 03-14-2007, 07:51 AM   #2
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that and the rear ends


just get a cr, its cheaper in the long run to have a new car.
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Old 03-14-2007, 04:31 PM   #3
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that and the rear ends


just get a cr, its cheaper in the long run to have a new car.

i'll agree with you on some things. but thats not always the case.

i.e. tc3. is outdated and the tc5 is coming out but i can pick up parts for this car cheap at my hobby shop. but if my hobby shop doesn't have those parts, then yes, i'll have to pay more from someone else.


but both cars are very durable for racing. i race my bk2 all the time and i win some and lose some. all depends on the driver.
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Are parts interchangleable between the two, just different material - graphite - ea3???

Yes.....you can use some of the CR parts on the BK2. My BK2 has the CR ackerman steering, CR rear hubs carriers, and CR 25 degree sterring blocks. I bought it like this so I honeslty have no idea how the BK2 drove before the CR parts were put on. I just letting you know that they can be interchanged.
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Hi, just like to find out from those who play the CR, how is the fitting for a Intellect 4200 side by side cell? is it very tight?

I am currently running a BK2 and using this batt is very tight on the chasis.
I was also wondering if the CR chasis can be using on a BK 2.
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my 4200's fit in my cr, I think losi made the tunnel wider to accomidate the bigger cells.
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