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Old 10-21-2008, 07:21 AM   #16
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Conversion kit? I like the car that doesn't need a kit.

Fusion EX-1R Pro soon to hit the states....
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Old 10-21-2008, 10:03 AM   #17
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anybody got any info on the losi elec conversion kit,not alot to the kit but is that a bad thing??saw it on amain hobbies site..
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I got one of the losi kit on 8ight-T and it fits perfectly. Very nice motor mount. The battery tray is large 52x170mm and can hold just about any battery. The tray is very light tool. I'd recommend going with the losi kit. Excellent value for $80

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anybody got any info on the losi elec conversion kit,not alot to the kit but is that a bad thing??saw it on amain hobbies site..
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I got one of the losi kit on 8ight-T and it fits perfectly. Very nice motor mount. The battery tray is large 52x170mm and can hold just about any battery. The tray is very light tool. I'd recommend going with the losi kit. Excellent value for $80
great to hear thank you,does the kit go in easy,looks pretty basic??
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The RCPD kit is very clean and factory looking. Everything bolts in with zero mods. You can get the RCPD kits on Amainhobbies website.
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+1 I've been running the Tekno for 2 1/2 months with the same clutch bell and bearings. Finally replaced the shoes yesterday. Great kit.
What does your buggy weigh? with what batteries & motor?
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The RCPD kit is very clean and factory looking. Everything bolts in with zero mods. You can get the RCPD kits on Amainhobbies website.
is there any diff between rcpd and the losi factory conversion kit,little price difference but?? a main hobbies has great prices and speedy sales..
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I got one of the losi kit on 8ight-T and it fits perfectly. Very nice motor mount. The battery tray is large 52x170mm and can hold just about any battery. The tray is very light tool. I'd recommend going with the losi kit. Excellent value for $80
yah price is amazing feel like something is missing but looks like its all there..
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is there any diff between rcpd and the losi factory conversion kit,little price difference but?? a main hobbies has great prices and speedy sales..
The RCPD conversion kit has the battery tray made into the stone guard. It is pretty trick looking. The materials that Dan uses are top notch too. PLus it is all made in teh USA . I don't own the Losi factory kit to comment on it.
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