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Old 03-14-2014, 07:09 AM
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I'm about half way through my build and it's going pretty well. One thing I've noticed is that the screws that hold on the servo are to long and cause binding issues with the bell cranks. No big deal just use some washers or shorter screws.
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Old 03-14-2014, 09:06 AM
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Hey all,

I just received an E-mail from Amain informing me that the Steering knuckle bushings just arrived. If you've been waiting as long time to get some, I suggest you call up because it seems it won't be updated on their site just yet. they might not even show it as in-stock until they fill all the backorders such as myself.
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Finally got my colors on a new body for my v5. It's a B44.2 Bulldog. Fits pretty good. More room in the front for the tower brace/support and more room in the back. Also cut on the lines and overall the body sits lower. The only issue is the chassis angle in the front is a little off, but not really an issue. Now I'm all set for our trophy race on Sunday.....
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Old 03-14-2014, 04:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
Finally got my colors on a new body for my v5. It's a B44.2 Bulldog. Fits pretty good. More room in the front for the tower brace/support and more room in the back. Also cut on the lines and overall the body sits lower. The only issue is the chassis angle in the front is a little off, but not really an issue. Now I'm all set for our trophy race on Sunday.....
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
Finally got my colors on a new body for my v5. It's a B44.2 Bulldog. Fits pretty good. More room in the front for the tower brace/support and more room in the back. Also cut on the lines and overall the body sits lower. The only issue is the chassis angle in the front is a little off, but not really an issue. Now I'm all set for our trophy race on Sunday.....
John, that thing looks dialed. Just took delivery of that body for mine and off to the painter it goes. Good luck at the race and let us know how it goes.
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Old 03-16-2014, 08:02 AM
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Originally Posted by knowitall156
John, that thing looks dialed. Just took delivery of that body for mine and off to the painter it goes. Good luck at the race and let us know how it goes.
Going to have to report back on Weds. Sick happens and didn't want to spend the day at the dirty ol track....
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Anyone know exactly when tower will have the v4?
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No clue but it seems Amain has them in stock. Might be worth a call to find out if they have any in stock but just haven't updated on their site yet.
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Originally Posted by the incubus
No clue but it seems Amain has them in stock. Might be worth a call to find out if they have any in stock but just haven't updated on their site yet.
Did they just come in stock?

How are u guys using short packs?
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How are the ball cups on the v4? Does the v4 ball ends fit the rpm ball ends?
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The hobby store I work at just got one in stock so either they have them in stock or they only had enough for some of the preorders. I hear the dimecx ball cups are the solution to poped ball cups.
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Originally Posted by rcjunky1
The hobby store I work at just got one in stock so either they have them in stock or they only had enough for some of the preorders. I hear the dimecx ball cups are the solution to poped ball cups.
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Amain should have them soon. I got mine through my lhs last week.
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can anybody point me to a good setup (especially shocks) that uses small bore shocks that will get me in the right direction for racing on bigger 1/8 style tracks at are rough has heck at point. I do realize this buggy is not meant for it but I still want to drive it on occasion.

go really light on oil?

also any tips for getting the rear end to slide around to fast come in to coners with any speed.?
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