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Old 05-22-2013, 09:51 PM
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Hey Tekno crew... I'm sure you did some testing on left right balance with different sized batteries. What size/weight batteries give the best balance?
I'm currently running the Reedy wolfpack 3700 mah. Lrp ix8 with a dynamic 8 motor.
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Old 05-23-2013, 07:28 AM
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http://blog.jconcepts.net/2013/05/jc...er-tekno-eb48/

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Old 05-23-2013, 08:29 AM
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About time someone released a body for the Eb48!
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Old 05-23-2013, 09:08 AM
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those ugly body made by jsconcept that looks like the rc8 new bodies is truely let me hate the look of nay 1/8 scale buggy.
the best body made is the bod of the dex408 and i wish if any after market manufacturer will make a body similar to it for the eb48.
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I'm really not a fan of the cab forward bodies, but I'm happy that people will have a choice.

Personally I really like the stock Tekno body. It's unique, functional, and looks great.


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Can someone please explain the effect of swaybars on rear traction? I've gotten the suspension where I like it for the bumps and jumps. Removed antisquat, max rear toe, and rear camber at 1*. Also removed rear brace. Car is more planted than stock. I purchased all of the swaybars and want to tune with them now. Seems the threads I'm reading have opposing info, so I'm asking you guys. Thanks in advance.
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I read the blog post and says the body has increased clearance in the servo area. That would be a plus in my book as the stock buddy seems to rub slightly in that area with the nut on top of the arm, even with a shorter screw.

The cab forward design is an acquired taste. I had one on my 8ight and it handled low traction tracks better.
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I'll leave the sway bars for some of these suspension guys, They do a great job at explaining even if they do hate typing
I like the Finnisher but the Tekno body is slick. Tekno should do an SCT body...
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From what I have seen they use the same description for all of the Finnisher bodies.

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I read the blog post and says the body has increased clearance in the servo area. That would be a plus in my book as the stock buddy seems to rub slightly in that area with the nut on top of the arm, even with a shorter screw.

The cab forward design is an acquired taste. I had one on my 8ight and it handled low traction tracks better.
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Wow!! That body is rather fugly! Where are the air inlets? I see a bunch out air outlets. Reminds me of a 1980's haircut where people used to get steps carved into the sides of their hair, lol!
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That thing looks sooooo good!!
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