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Old 06-03-2007, 04:37 PM   #16
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hey man if your talking about my xx-4. You need to pay me then i will ship it lol. I have been pming you about payment but you have not sent anything back
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Don't run the blue belt. Run the front green belts. Also I ran an 86 spur gear. Just run the standard setup on it. Here is a pic of my old XX4 with the BK2 shock tower mod.

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hey man if your talking about my xx-4. You need to pay me then i will ship it lol. I have been pming you about payment but you have not sent anything back
Already got one, and I was thinking about getting a back up for racing/parts, but don't have the money atm.

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Old 06-04-2007, 10:48 AM   #19
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Do you guys run the little belt rollers/tensioners? I was told not to install any of those belt rollers as it will cause drag in the drive train...So any tips and advices? Thanks guys...
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Here is a pic of my old XX4 with the BK2 shock tower mod.

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How did you do that? 7 bucks is cheeper than 15 for a new shock tower. How well does it work?
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How did you do that? 7 bucks is cheeper than 15 for a new shock tower. How well does it work?
Yes, please........Do tell..........
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Old 06-04-2007, 09:35 PM   #22
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Anyone knows where can i get the Trinity Aluminum motor clamp? I know it has been discontinued for a long time, does anyone make them anymore? I'm also looking for the white coloured Losi super duty ball cups, any online store that sells them? Thanks
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I'm also looking for the white coloured Losi super duty ball cups, any online store that sells them? Thanks
the track I race at has some. No online store though. They do have a web site, you can get there number from there. They mail stuff out all the time.
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the track I race at has some. No online store though. They do have a web site, you can get there number from there. They mail stuff out all the time.
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LCDs + CVDs are EPIC.
The drive feels super free now, and it almost seems like it handles better even.

LPH also has the Super Duty Natural Ball Cups

How should you set the slipper? Looser for the rear, tighter for the front, etc?
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Old 06-06-2007, 10:23 PM   #26
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LCDs + CVDs are EPIC.
The drive feels super free now, and it almost seems like it handles better even.

LPH also has the Super Duty Natural Ball Cups

How should you set the slipper? Looser for the rear, tighter for the front, etc?
I wanna get the MIP front cvds, will the front cvds fit the rear too? Seems like MIP only made front cvds for the XX4...
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Old 06-06-2007, 11:57 PM   #27
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I wanna get the MIP front cvds, will the front cvds fit the rear too? Seems like MIP only made front cvds for the XX4...
The rear CVDs are MIP1200

They aren't under the XX-4 area on LPH. I had to call them up to see what to do about the CVDs and they gave me the part number. Pretty chill guys and great customer service.

Front CVDs are A-9967

Front LCDs are A-3228

The directions for the LCDs were sorta vague, as they just gave you an exploded view, and I was trying to figure out how to get the grub screw in after you had the pin in and the sleeve, so I just unassembled it, got the grub screw in a bit, and then got everything back together and tightened it.
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Do you guys run the little belt rollers/tensioners? I was told not to install any of those belt rollers as it will cause drag in the drive train...So any tips and advices? Thanks guys...
As long as you are running the high performance belts you don't need the belt tensioners.
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Old 08-28-2007, 08:50 PM   #29
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Time to bring back an old thread. haha

I was wondering which hole you guys have been using for the Aluminum Caster Blocks from A-Main Raceway? I will probably be ordering this in the next week or so. Is the shorter camber link shorter than the stock one?

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Old 08-29-2007, 04:39 AM   #30
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Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think they're being made anymore.
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