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Old 12-17-2010, 02:29 PM
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Edit.... wrong thread.
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Old 12-17-2010, 02:52 PM
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Originally Posted by rangerjkb
Thanks for the heads up on those servos. I've heard nothing, but great things about them. Couldn't pass up that price...$56.00 to the door for the 1258TG (.08sec/166oz.) Hope it's as good as people using them say. Savox USA is also offering $20 trade in rebate on their website..not bad.

Miket3: nice large track, the Durango must love that place!

Grapejuice: Nice Shogun Series win, Congrat's!!!!
JB i have been running the orion version of those servos they are awesome a little shorter profile then JR's i love them....

i also finished Brandons DEX410r today we will see how he does tomorrow!

u wanna meet us in St louis ...feb 4-7 a jconcepts race electric 1/10 scale

are u going to PNB this year ?
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Will the jconcepts rulex wheels for the b44 fit this car
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Old 12-17-2010, 06:09 PM
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Originally Posted by hitman72
Will the jconcepts rulex wheels for the b44 fit this car
yep, i run some of those.
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Old 12-17-2010, 06:18 PM
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Sounds silly but front and rear with no mods to the wheels
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Old 12-17-2010, 06:25 PM
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Originally Posted by hitman72
Sounds silly but front and rear with no mods to the wheels
yep front and rear. the fronts rub just a little on the steering link ball cups but it wears what it needs to quickly and no ill effects. people say the stock rims dont rub up front. ive never put tires on my kit fronts because i had so many tires when i got the kit.
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So. You had a b44 before this
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Originally Posted by rkhess
JB i have been running the orion version of those servos they are awesome a little shorter profile then JR's i love them....

i also finished Brandons DEX410r today we will see how he does tomorrow!

u wanna meet us in St louis ...feb 4-7 a jconcepts race electric 1/10 scale

are u going to PNB this year ?
JB and I are talking about making the trek over.... get with him, he is the boss!
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Old 12-17-2010, 06:35 PM
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Originally Posted by hitman72
So. You had a b44 before this
yep. (my durango ate it, and shat out its ball diffs.!) lmao

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I remember well I'm at the hobby shop right now I have lots of jconcepts rulex wheels brand new from my b44 so this really makes up my mind
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Old 12-17-2010, 06:49 PM
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Originally Posted by hitman72
I remember well I'm at the hobby shop right now I have lots of jconcepts rulex wheels brand new from my b44 so this really makes up my mind
man when i got mine you had to order parts from the uk. now at least you can get them from amain if you lhs wont order them for you. seriosly this car doesnt break much. i mean when you hit a concrete wall or something stupid anything will break, but if your even a halfways decent driver parts arent that big an issue on this car. servo saver and aluminum servo horn on the spec kit. id get some basics, but i like spares. i have almost enough parts to build another car, but shipping was like $20 us from the uk regardless of how small your order was so i stocked up. ive used close to none of them, and im a medeocre driver.
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The spec kit is the expensive one right I'm getting the 2010 spec kit really hope this is the right choice and not to get the b44.1
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Originally Posted by Jmuck69
I understand You need the front aluminum hingepin holders and pivot balls, are the rears necessary to replace? I'm itching to get one of these little babies. Are the aluminum shock towers a weak point? I have seen someone mention that they have tweaked one. I also understand that the diff o-rings could potentially be a weak point.
Both of my aluminum shock towers had some tweak into them. Front had a small bit, rear was pretty bad. I put carbon ones on it and it has worked well so far.
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Originally Posted by hitman72
The spec kit is the expensive one right I'm getting the 2010 spec kit really hope this is the right choice and not to get the b44.1
the spec is the expensive one. its the dex410 not the dex410r. $550 canadian is a steal. i know the exchange rate isnt what it used to be but that kit is $650 us. i dont believe you'll be disappointed. i do have a biased opinion but its because the car is so good.
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Originally Posted by aradaiel
Both of my aluminum shock towers had some tweak into them. Front had a small bit, rear was pretty bad. I put carbon ones on it and it has worked well so far.
I like the looks of the new CF units from Tresey. They have two versions, standard looking fare and the trick milled out versions.
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