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Old 01-08-2012, 07:39 AM
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guys does the Jammin shock towers fit the Nexx? I just added proline powerstroke shocks to my truck and need a front shock tower with taller shock mounting holes.... like this one.
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Old 01-08-2012, 01:57 PM
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yes they should fit. I would look into snr graphite towers though. would not go tall front aluminum.
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Old 01-08-2012, 02:00 PM
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Originally Posted by richmtb View Post
Hey, just built up my Nexx 10sc. Paired it up with a MMP, Tekin Pro4 4000kv, Savox 1285tg.

Any idea on better shocks?
Every fast guy I have seen run the truck used stock shocks believe it or not....
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Old 01-11-2012, 05:45 PM
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Default best tires for nexx 10sc

hello everyone,
just wanna ask what would be probably the best nexx 10sc tires for a "loamy wet/dry condition" race track? any ideas are much appreciated. thanks.

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Old 01-11-2012, 06:08 PM
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hi guys,
anyone? tried to change the stock brace into cnc?
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Old 01-12-2012, 12:15 AM
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Originally Posted by pinoy_rc View Post
hello everyone,
just wanna ask what would be probably the best nexx 10sc tires for a "loamy wet/dry condition" race track? any ideas are much appreciated. thanks.
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Originally Posted by pinoy_rc View Post
hi guys,
anyone? tried to change the stock brace into cnc?
what brace? If you are talking chassis I left mine plastic
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Old 01-12-2012, 05:26 PM
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Originally Posted by mugenlife View Post
what brace? If you are talking chassis I left mine plastic
yes the chassis brace, how about the shock towers? would it be better to use cnc or graphite or carbon fibre?

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Old 01-18-2012, 11:56 PM
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Originally Posted by pinoy_rc View Post
hi guys,
anyone? tried to change the stock brace into cnc?
Yep, Switched mine out to the Jammin scrt CNC braces. Kind of a pain installing the rear where the two nuts sit in the channel at the bottom. Also put on the CF shock towers and long travel front shocks.
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Old 01-19-2012, 09:29 AM
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Hey there. Just got around to getting my Preowned Nexx10 buttoned up last night and wondering if any one has any good setups for OCRC Raceway or WestCoast? Running a MMP with Novak 5.5t.
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Has anyone broken the pillowballs? I have snapped a couple on the lower a-arm. I have looked for aftermarket and have had no luck. Does anyone know any companies?

P.s. To get the broken thread piece out of the arm, just use a small hacksaw blade or dremel; saw into the arm from bottom to top at the broken thread face, just enough to get a small flat-head screw driver to turn out broken piece.
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Originally Posted by xr650r View Post
Has anyone broken the pillowballs? I have snapped a couple on the lower a-arm. I have looked for aftermarket and have had no luck. Does anyone know any companies?

P.s. To get the broken thread piece out of the arm, just use a small hacksaw blade or dremel; saw into the arm from bottom to top at the broken thread face, just enough to get a small flat-head screw driver to turn out broken piece.
I would move my front shocks to the upper locations on the tower. There are titaniums on amain and nitrohouse
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FYI, the jammin and the nexx10sc are the exact same rig, jammin is hopped up up and the nexx has pillow ball suspension in the front, all parts are interchangeable says so by OFNA just call and ask.
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Originally Posted by fast_t1 View Post
FYI, the jammin and the nexx10sc are the exact same rig, jammin is hopped up up and the nexx has pillow ball suspension in the front, all parts are interchangeable says so by OFNA just call and ask.
I would get a nexx over a jammin less mods needed and the nexx has the hardened chassis with more battery positions
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