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Old 10-10-2008, 12:59 PM   #16
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I run rt-4 gp bevels in my sbv-2 pro. I use 2k grease in the rear & 5 k grease in the front. This will allow you to carry speed through the corner and give you more pull out of the corner.
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I run rt-4 gp bevels in my sbv-2 pro. I use 2k grease in the rear & 5 k grease in the front. This will allow you to carry speed through the corner and give you more pull out of the corner.
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I wouldn't run a predator if you paid me.


The kyosho zx-5 sp is the prolly thee best 4wd out then i would say b44. Not pretty like the others but that doesn't matter when your spankin people.

I run a diff in the front of my lazer and it's the best way the one way didn't feel right.

You will work people under braking with a front diff.
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