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Old 10-09-2011, 04:31 PM
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2 MORE SETS LEFT AND 20 MORE ON THE WAY. PRICE DROPPED TO A LOW 19.99. 1.2 MM CARBON FIBER SPLASH GUARDS FOR THE LOSI SCTE AND THE TEN-T. QUALITY PARTS MADE IN NY.

TO THE PEOPLE WHO BOUGHT THE OTHER SETS PLEASE POST SOME PICS AND LEAVE ME YOUR FEEDBACK...............THANKS JMC23

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I have mine mounted up and I was extremely impressed with the high qaulity of the CF and the precise cuts of the part, perfect fit also. Thanks







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Old 10-09-2011, 04:35 PM
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Couple new bodies to represent











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Old 10-09-2011, 05:08 PM
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Bondo, looks good man... Did you add those white tabs on the top side windows as a flipping aid?
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[QUOTE=Bondonutz;9759882]I have mine mounted up and I was extremely impressed with the high qaulity of the CF and the precise cuts of the part, perfect fit also. Thanks







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I had a losi 2.0 pair on my scte. Yoi gta be careful when you jump and the a arms are fully extended they can rub on the inner lip of your rear rims. My truck was going ass over front end and i couldnt figure out why for the longest time . Mine needed a lil more trimming. As far as his are concerned im not sure as i dont own a set but im just saying to be alert if its happening. They do look great though and i love the idea of using them. Havent broke any arms yet, just my bellcrancks when i got side swiped by an e buggy
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Old 10-09-2011, 05:34 PM
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Bondo, looks good man... Did you add those white tabs on the top side windows as a flipping aid?
Yes sir, it's the plastic side of the Velcro. We race offroad/carpet and the velco will catch the carpet and "usually" flip it right back over rather than slideing. It also works well when the truck is tire side up and one of my buds gives it a bump to flip it back over with their truck.
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Yes sir, it's the plastic side of the Velcro. We race offroad/carpet and the velco will catch the carpet and "usually" flip it right back over rather than slideing. It also works well when the truck is tire side up and one of my buds gives it a bump to flip it back over with their truck.
Not that your ever upside down.
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Originally Posted by Bondonutz View Post
Yes sir, it's the plastic side of the Velcro. We race offroad/carpet and the velco will catch the carpet and "usually" flip it right back over rather than slideing. It also works well when the truck is tire side up and one of my buds gives it a bump to flip it back over with their truck.
Yea it's a good idea, I see more and more guys doing that.
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Anyone know the size or a part number for the center diff shim? The only way I can find is package with the spur gear.
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Old 10-09-2011, 06:04 PM
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What radio are you using? Sound like you have made some mixes, or your receiver has gone haywire.
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or a y harness gone wrong lol
my reciever has two 1chnl ports and i plugged the esc into the wrong one. my mistake
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TQ'ed and Won the Rc Pro Texas State Series Finals. Also 1st in Points for the year as well. Gotta love this truck!
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had to email one of the aftermarket guys here.... hinge plate holders delaminating very sad cause performance helped sooo much
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Hows this for rattle can job?


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Hows this for rattle can job?


Looks good man!
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Great day racing with you Scott. You are definately getting much faster. Good lines and clean racing will make you a top three each week.

Our Losi trucks are dialed and working great.
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Even after I traction rolled it six times in 4 laps LOL!! Hi Scott hope you can beat lbckevin tonight!!Hope all is well!!
Lol yeah, you gave it a good "durability testing" when you first grabbed the radio. But once you got used to it, you did well and I think it passed your DURABILITY TEST As for Kevin, I went easy on him and let him beat me by a lap and let him out-qualify me by two laps Even though I didn't have a great showing today, I did have a really fun time at the track today. Myself and another dude were battling all race long and he ended up beating me by .3 of a second! Hope to see you out here soon man!
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had to email one of the aftermarket guys here.... hinge plate holders delaminating very sad cause performance helped sooo much
Did you glue the edges with CA glue like is suggested with ALL CF parts? Whenever using CF parts, including Losi Shock towers, you should always glue the edges with CA glue. I used tire glue on all my cf parts (lots of them!). Some people use clear nail polish, that works also but is thinner, so you should apply a few coats if using that.
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