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Old 11-19-2007, 07:13 PM   #31
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yes it is a sweet conversion.. its up to minium weight without weights with lipo..
my 6000 pack isnt far off from a 3800 pack weight.. adn i have alum batt bar.. alum rear knuckles.. and alum front and rear diff cases.. this thing rips.. plus shaft power is nice.. its instant throttle response..

I never thought about the smooth shaft compared to the belts in a 501X

Theres no torque steer in off road shaftys is there?
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I'm sure there is in off-road, but since there is a lot less traction opposed to on-road. You're not gonna notice it.
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Old 11-19-2007, 07:16 PM   #33
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i never noticed any.. the car always tracked and flew straight as a arrow.. not to mention super responsive to inputs in the air..
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Old 11-19-2007, 07:19 PM   #34
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I'm sure there is in off-road, but since there is a lot less traction opposed to on-road. You're not gonna notice it.
True, and sorry about bugging you

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i never noticed any.. the car always tracked and flew straight as a arrow.. not to mention super responsive to inputs in the air..
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Do the graphite parts break easy when you crash?
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hell no.. i havent had a single graphite part break..

the arms are made of delrin.. the stuff is stupid strong and flexible to boot.. havent broken anything yet..
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True, and sorry about bugging you



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Do the graphite parts break easy when you crash?

Check your PM box.....it should clear things up a bit.
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what was that all about ??
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Inside thing.....don't worry about it.
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no biggie.. jw
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hell no.. i havent had a single graphite part break..

the arms are made of delrin.. the stuff is stupid strong and flexible to boot.. havent broken anything yet..
Nice! I hope the B44 is like that

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what was that all about ??
I was arguing with him for a while, but were good now

Thanks guys
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b44 arms are not delrin sadly
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b44 arms are not delrin sadly
I know......

We will see I guess
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they say that the changes that they made w/ the front end make it a lil more forgiving (b44) taking away alot of the alum. with any 4wd parts will break though.
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