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Old 01-18-2010, 04:21 PM
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I wondered how long it would take for the "R" word to come up!
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Old 01-18-2010, 06:18 PM
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that is what it says on my backorder also but they took it out of my paypal account. So I called and she said that they were in and they would ship out in two days.
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Old 01-18-2010, 08:03 PM
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that is what it says on my backorder also but they took it out of my paypal account. So I called and she said that they were in and they would ship out in two days.
I hope mine gets shipped out soon I am getting tired of waiting.
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Old 01-18-2010, 08:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Lowrance View Post
This I know but why should I have to spend nearly 85 dollars above the cost of the $270 kit to make it ROAR legal. I can see replacing tires but wheels and a body too. I truely believe this to be the 4X4 SCT to have right now but they sure ain't makin in easy.
I'm thinking the smaller dimensions might actually be an advantage at Jake's, especially with his latest track layout... be worth a try anyway.
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Old 01-18-2010, 08:55 PM
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Hey Guys some great 4x4 SCT action up from this last weekend.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRU1Q31HVFw

4x4 SCT RULES!
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Old 01-19-2010, 09:46 AM
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Great video Rob!

Shows just how much I blew out trying to keep up with Jeremy.
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Old 01-19-2010, 12:16 PM
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We have a smaller size indoor track that we race at and three of the guys that race are Jammin factory drivers and they seem to prefer the stock tires just groove them and they are GREAT. You don't traction roll at all and plenty of grip the three mentioned did not race this past Saturday and it was my first time out with my jammin and I qualified 4th and took the win in the main Stock grooved tires mamba max 5700motor on 9 tooth might try a 10 tooth next time. Truck was great
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Can you post some pics and instruction on grooving the stock tires?
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i maybe selling my stock tires, they dont seem to work; at all, on our track. if anyone is interested pm me w/ offer. two 5 min heats and 7 min main, total run time.
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Originally Posted by bigbeej View Post
Can you post some pics and instruction on grooving the stock tires?

Here is a picture of the grooved tires all you do is take a dremel tool with a cut off wheel and try and groove halfway between the inner and outer lug pattern all the way around DO NOT GO TO DEEP! This provides way more flex in the thread and allows it to hookup a lot better
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Old 01-19-2010, 03:41 PM
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as requested
Attached Thumbnails Jammin SCRT10 Thread-scrt-10-bumper-stock-tires-001.jpg   Jammin SCRT10 Thread-scrt-10-bumper-stock-tires-003.jpg  
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Old 01-19-2010, 03:48 PM
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pics of bumper mod for southernman. part #80952 and 81242 rpm parts. any questions maybe he can post the email i sent him. its too involved to type out again.
Attached Thumbnails Jammin SCRT10 Thread-scrt-10-bumper-stock-tires-004.jpg   Jammin SCRT10 Thread-scrt-10-bumper-stock-tires-005.jpg  
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Old 01-19-2010, 06:18 PM
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Sir, as you've requested...

"your gonna need the car in front of you. i used the top bumper from rpm slash, save bottom youll need it for brace parts. and an rpm rear skid plate for slash. take rear skid line up w/ body to make sure its out enough to cear body, then locate and mark holes to bolt thru bottom of chassis thru diff housing. drill holes and mount w/ longer screws dont overtighten and strip. take top bumper and drill vertical holes thru outside horizontal factory holes. now you can screw the top onto skidplate, secure w/ nuts. now the bottom bumper sec. i told you to save, take a dremmel cut off wheel and cut 2 support strips. use outside screw holes on piece your cutting. mount one to top bumpers middle hole this will screw into the vertical hole on rear skid, you must cut piece you just made to length and drill hole to mount. take other piece, this mounts in the front center hole of shock tower(the hole your stock support went into) you have to drill this out to get a screw all the way thru, use a nut on back side. stack ontop of other support you just made drill hole. they mount to the same place. if you lined this up right you will have two factory holes on the bottom of your new skid plate, i took zip ties and ran them thru those holes up thru and around the shock tower to give some more support so as not to pull screws out of diff. case. looks alittle shitty but it works, better safe then sorry. this works perfect w/o support that mounts to shock tower, i ran it that way for two wks. but the bumper flexes alot and it cracked my beater sc10 body. im having a hyper 10 body painted so i put the other support on to reduce flex. it should work fine. you can adjust the flex of your bumper by dremmeling your supports you made take alittle off until you get the amount of flex your happy w/. flex is good if it flexxes it wont break, but to much and youll break your body."
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Old 01-19-2010, 07:41 PM
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my scrt came today, I've got a question for those who've built one. The beadlock rims, are they holding the tires glue? I'm using bead locks on my sc10, and they actually lock the tire. These don't appear to do so when to lock ring is installed.
Cbrociuos, what are you running for tires & rims? They appear to be goosebumps, but from what?
Thanks for your help.
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The stock tires need to be glued to the rims. The beadlock rings are for appearance purposes only
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