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Old 09-17-2008, 07:45 PM   #1
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hi, i would like to know if part of B4 buggy can fit on a B2 buggy and if yes then wich one....

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hi, i would like to know if part of B4 buggy can fit on a B2 buggy and if yes then wich one....

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plain and simple no. They are completely different. maybe screws.
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front shocks, servo mounts and idler gear
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Old 09-18-2008, 05:12 AM   #4
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Bearings!!

But why. The B4 is a much better car then the B2.

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A B2 is not even worth partially upgrading to a B4 seeing how cheap you can get used B4's.
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Yeah just get a used B4.
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Old 09-18-2008, 10:52 PM   #7
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hi, i would like to know if part of B4 buggy can fit on a B2 buggy and if yes then which one....

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Anythings possible, especially if you bored like I was when I decided to try and convert an old RC10 Tub to except B/T3 front and rear suspension.
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If I ever get that bored just shoot me..

Really though not bad. How did it handle.?
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If I ever get that bored just shoot me..

Really though not bad. How did it handle.?
I don't know, I just finish it , have not been able to drive it yet.
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Good luck with it. I used to like the battery placement option on that tub chassis.
And with lipos these days the weight might help.
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