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Old 09-23-2004, 07:38 PM   #1
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I was going to get a brushless system for my stock micro rs4, the mamba system. do i need to upgrade any parts durability wise so that it can handle the power of a brushless system? ball diff maybe, or front one way? any tips would really help.
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Well, you will want steel dogbones up front. The stockers cant even handle the stock motor. You may also want to consider ball diffs in the front and back.
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ball diff for the front? i thought they only had a one way for the front.
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