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Old 07-01-2013, 02:35 PM   #4351
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Old 07-01-2013, 06:35 PM   #4352
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Heya.. make sure some of you in the north east make it to the CRC 2nd annual Intergalactic Electric Championship July 27-28. It was awesome last year I'm sure even better this year!! Come to CRC Raceway and see if you can get the title
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Old 07-01-2013, 06:50 PM   #4353
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how fast is a pro 4 4600 on 2s in mph 15 40 gears
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Old 07-01-2013, 07:06 PM   #4354
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Heya.. make sure some of you in the north east make it to the CRC 2nd annual Intergalactic Electric Championship July 27-28. It was awesome last year I'm sure even better this year!! Come to CRC Raceway and see if you can get the title
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Old 07-01-2013, 09:52 PM   #4355
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Any new info on the BCE 2.0? Got my $$ ready to throw at Bill.
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Email him direct or order at BCESPEED.COM. rcgod is already running one and results sound great!!!Cheers!!
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I would encourage everyone to pick up one of the new BCE chassis's. I saw it in person and raced against Kevin (rcgod) last night, The usual BCE high quality. I can honestly say I saw a major improvement in his lap times. Seems to me you get the best of both worlds. Steering and jumping ability of the 2.0 combined with the ability to push the car as hard as the 1.0! I had the BCE on my 1.0 and it was awesome,never bent anything and made the car amazing. Can't wait to get mine!
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over the counter parts (TLT231004), and lets you position the battery in the popular rearward position.Here are a couple of pics to show the two chassis.
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Old 07-01-2013, 10:32 PM   #4356
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Thanks bill for making top notch products. Very much looking forward to this chassis!
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Old 07-02-2013, 12:22 PM   #4357
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Old 07-02-2013, 12:30 PM   #4358
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Can someone explain to me, what makes the BCE chassis better than the TLR?
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Old 07-02-2013, 12:39 PM   #4359
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From what I have seen the BCE Will be stronger and have more brace options for more or less flex, Potentially lighter (haven't wieghed them yet mine will be here soon). And the battery will be recessed into the chassis by 1-2 mm so it will lower cg. I have seen the 2.0 chassis's bend. Not taking anything away from the tlr chassis it is good. I believe the BCE will be overall a great option.
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Any one out there tried to put Proline # 3307-60 body on the 2.0? Looks really cool, but says it only fits slash and SC10. Based on my SC10 and etc, I think it would fit, but I want confirmation before I plunk down any $$.
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From what I have seen the BCE Will be stronger and have more brace options for more or less flex, Potentially lighter (haven't wieghed them yet mine will be here soon). And the battery will be recessed into the chassis by 1-2 mm so it will lower cg. I have seen the 2.0 chassis's bend. Not taking anything away from the tlr chassis it is good. I believe the BCE will be overall a great option.
Not to put a damper on your post, but 1mm, possibly... but 2mm might not be too possible, when the chassis is barely 3mm thick as it is. lol


I definitely want one of these new BCE chassis, either way!
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Old 07-02-2013, 03:30 PM   #4362
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I don't know if its hotter out side or this truck
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Not to put a damper on your post, but 1mm, possibly... but 2mm might not be too possible, when the chassis is barely 3mm thick as it is. lol


I definitely want one of these new BCE chassis, either way!
The TLR pads raise the battery up a little bit above the chassis on the stock chassis and with this chassis we run no pads.
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The TLR pads raise the battery up a little bit above the chassis on the stock chassis and with this chassis we run no pads.
I would run something to take some shock out of the battery when running a metal chassis. Would be different with plastic but with metal, you don't want that shock transitioning to the battery. Either way...it is a beautiful chassis and always glad to see the after market companies get involved. Although nothing is wrong with the stock chassis
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Good point.
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