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Old 01-12-2012, 07:16 AM
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Originally Posted by cm.stites
What other bodies fit this buggy? i know there was a kyosho body a ways back but ive heard the finisher bodies from jconcepts also fit but is it the stock b44 one or the extended.
tresrey gain a bull body!!!
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Old 01-12-2012, 07:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Bugle
There's that Bugle Boy Racing shell

I don't think there's an extended B44 shell so it would have to be the usual one? The extension was a B4.1 thing. Having a shell that is so much wider than the car will cause a bit of parachuting going over jumps though.
there is a body that would work
finnisher worlds body JC part number 0213
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Old 01-12-2012, 10:14 AM
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Originally Posted by boudin4evr
tresrey gain a bull body!!!
I thought he meant a good looking shell!!!!

Be careful with the b44 shells as I think they are too short for the 410, see if you can borrow one and see first. Or don't cut on the front and rear lines.
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Tresrey body fits great, the 44 body will work but so will half a liter bottle
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Old 01-12-2012, 10:53 AM
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yeah i know the tresrey body and bugle boy bodies fit. but for some reason the thought of a 90$ body being destroyed by the time my wraps on it just worries me lol.

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Tresrey body fits great, the 44 body will work but so will half a liter bottle
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Originally Posted by cm.stites
yeah i know the tresrey body and bugle boy bodies fit. but for some reason the thought of a 90$ body being destroyed by the time my wraps on it just worries me lol.
bugle boy body?
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Originally Posted by boudin4evr
bugle boy body?
Search bugle boy racing. He makes bodies for the 210 and 410. I'll post pics of mine soon. It's in for paint at the moment.
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Old 01-13-2012, 11:15 AM
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Originally Posted by boudin4evr
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http://bugleboyracing.com/index.php?productid=1

Ordered mine yesterday.
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So what's the verdict on the 410 and the 410R?

I have a Tamiya 502x has anyone owned both and could compare the 2 platforms?

I do like the diffs a lot better....
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30k in front 20k in rear, rattler and bobcat 4wd clay, 30wt in front 250cst in rear. i think my Venoms are super light or something (4200s). I just cant get the rear end to sit down. what shall i do? thanks
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Originally Posted by slumpin
30k in front 20k in rear, rattler and bobcat 4wd clay, 30wt in front 250cst in rear. i think my Venoms are super light or something (4200s). I just cant get the rear end to sit down. what shall i do? thanks
Do you run the brass weights?
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Do you run the brass weights?
No not yet this was my first time running yet so i have not tried much. do they really make the difference?
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Originally Posted by slumpin
No not yet this was my first time running yet so i have not tried much. do they really make the difference?
Yes, they really do in my opinion. Not sure that making fluid changes would compare--my understanding of physics would tell me otherwise. Try the brass weight kit and you will find the rear end to be much more planted.
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Yes, they really do in my opinion. Not sure that making fluid changes would compare--my understanding of physics would tell me otherwise. Try the brass weight kit and you will find the rear end to be much more planted.
Okay thanks
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Yes, they really do in my opinion. Not sure that making fluid changes would compare--my understanding of physics would tell me otherwise. Try the brass weight kit and you will find the rear end to be much more planted.
Just another opinion/experience.

I have setup my V3 so that I don't need the weights on our track, never needed to try them, my rear is planted. It is a small tight med. traction clay track. Diff fluids: rear 7K, front 20K. Don't know what type of track you run on though, so my setup may not apply.
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