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Old 02-19-2009, 06:36 PM   #1
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Do they make a conversion kit. Or even better. Does anyone know the exact list of parts needed to convert. not quite sure, but it looks like I need a new deck, trans, engine mount, battery strap. I haven't found a "kit". but i'm hoping someone has done this and wrote down all the part numbers.
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WHY???????????? There is no conversion kit. I have seen a couple that people "engineered" their own conversion but again..... WHY??????????

Just by a T4. If you want a mid enigne T4 just buy an X-60 truck.
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By your reaction i'm guessing its a pointless conversion. Probably cheaper to just buy the kit.

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Yes, if your going electric I would buy the t4. The good news is that the GT2 front shock tower,bulkhead,control arms,caster blocks and steering knuckles all bolt right on the t4 for a more durable truck. Hope we helped.
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There is a guy at my track that made a motor mount and put a Novak system in his. It look like an X 60 with an aluminum chassis and it handles really good. He is always in the A main.
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it is cheaper to just buy you a t4 kit.
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WHY???????????? There is no conversion kit. I have seen a couple that people "engineered" their own conversion but again..... WHY??????????

Just by a T4. If you want a mid enigne T4 just buy an X-60 truck.
+1, except for the enigne
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+1, except for the enigne
Ohhhh you funny guy Mr. NO SHOW for the big race.........
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