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Old 11-14-2007, 02:07 PM   #1
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i have a losi mf-1 and would like to convert it to the cr, was wondering whether it is worth it or not i really like the q.c. rear hubs and ability to use same wheels front and rear if anyone knows the parts that i need or has a link to a how to that would be cool thanks
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You would probly be better off saling your roller for $100 and then picking up a xxx-cr if you want to change the hubs and ect. Personaly I could care less about the hubs so I just run my mf1 w/ the new cr chasis, it is longer so the front wheels stay down better, lunsford turnbuckles, & ti pivot blocks. The chasis will improve traction & the rear shock tower will make the rear end more durable. The arms are actually very durable when you swipe a pipe & the stiffer arms will keep that nice agressive feal that the graphite offers. The one issue I had w/ the rear arms was that when I jumped they would break on landings and the softer shock towers help to abosrb the blows w/out anything breaking.
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Old 11-14-2007, 03:49 PM   #3
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you would be better off just buying the cr, because to change it over, most of the parts are different composite, and it would cost alot
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Old 11-14-2007, 08:20 PM   #4
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well alrighty then that will just have to be the plan then , start saving money to buy 1

thanks for the input guys
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