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Old 09-18-2015, 05:17 AM   #9871
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Interesting Axle option, although in the year I've had mine, my pins still look real good.
Now my Ebuggy on the other hand those pins wear faster since theres so much power.
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Old 09-18-2015, 05:45 AM   #9872
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check this out, MIP made not only the puck drive system for the D413 but made it out of rollers so it will last longer and be more durable to the power we put in these cars.

#15130 MIP Rollers™, Shiny Drive System, Front, HB D413
#15140 MIP Rollers™, Shiny Drive System, Rear, HB D413
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Old 09-18-2015, 06:24 AM   #9873
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check this out, MIP made not only the puck drive system for the D413 but made it out of rollers so it will last longer and be more durable to the power we put in these cars.

#15130 MIP Rollers™, Shiny Drive System, Front, HB D413
#15140 MIP Rollers™, Shiny Drive System, Rear, HB D413
$160??????????????????????? I'll pass, thank you
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Old 09-18-2015, 10:42 AM   #9874
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How can I tell if I have a "B" or "C" rear shock tower? Thanks
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Old 09-18-2015, 10:53 AM   #9875
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How can I tell if I have a "B" or "C" rear shock tower? Thanks
the b tower holes are closer to the middle. I just installed the c tower and the car def feels better.
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Old 09-18-2015, 02:14 PM   #9876
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Wow! thats an awful lot of front end grip at the EOS.Hot Bodies D413 1/10 4WD Buggy-image.jpeg
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Interesting Axle option, although in the year I've had mine, my pins still look real good.
Now my Ebuggy on the other hand those pins wear faster since theres so much power.
Same here
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Old 09-20-2015, 11:31 AM   #9878
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Hi. Looking to order this beast and was going to order tires (primes). Are the wheels in the kit 2.2? Think so just want to confirm. Thx
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Hi. Looking to order this beast and was going to order tires (primes). Are the wheels in the kit 2.2? Think so just want to confirm. Thx
Yes they are.
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Old 09-20-2015, 01:29 PM   #9880
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$160??????????????????????? I'll pass, thank you
That's the msrp price, retail is $120 which is still damn crazy. I just finished a full outdoor season running a 5.5 and my axles don't have any wear on em nor do my outdrives, the MIP kit looks very nice but I could never justify that cost
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Old 09-20-2015, 01:57 PM   #9881
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I'm looking on Tower & AMain and I don't see a way to buy just the differential gaskets and o-rings. I like to keep them on hand as I tend to freshen up my diffs a few times per season. The manual shows part number 66595 for the o-ring and 112778 for the gasket. Neither AMain or Tower shows part number 66595 as existing, and 112778 is the entire differential gear set. Is there a way to purchase these items individually?

The same question goes for the plastic shock guides. It looks like I have to buy the entire piston set just to get the 2 spacers in each shock.
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Question, whats the difference between the new extended carbon vs aluminum chassis? I understand the carbon flexes more.
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Old 09-21-2015, 05:42 AM   #9883
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The Alum Chassis I believe is more towards high bite clay tracks and astro turf.

I have the Schelle Carbon and run on med to high bite track and really love how much better the car handles and can be driven harder. It handles the rough sections great, jumps and flies nice.
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Anyone running their D413 in the 17.5 stock class? What is the largest pinion that fits with the 68t spur?
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Anyone running their D413 in the 17.5 stock class? What is the largest pinion that fits with the 68t spur?
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