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Old 08-06-2010, 01:31 AM   #16
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Wouldn't it be possible to mod the DE plate? I'm still waiting on delivery of mine, and it may mount slightly differently but it seems like you could shave 1mm off and make it fit. Otherwise I saw a few different options which mount using the chassis bolts for the mp9 on eBay, I would assume they make similar ones for your car. Those should probably work.
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Old 08-06-2010, 06:23 AM   #17
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T-Maxx Skit plate fit? Like the front RPM skidplate?

I'm still trying to figure what else out to use. This single thing made me wish I went with the RC monster conversion since I'm not using mechanical brakes.
No not in it's stock form. I had to thin it out and cut a bunch off then drill new holes. and then it would fit
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I am temporarily using a bulk of gorilla tape to protect the front bottom part of the chassis.
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