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Old 02-03-2014, 12:54 PM
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Lets get it going!!!! Looks like March 15th folks!



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Nice. Will be interested if it uses 0 offset wheels.
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I kept all my tires from my scr-sp.....
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Are there that many people in the market for a $450+ 2wd SC?

I appreciate the effort but seems too late to the party.
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People said the same thing about the scr-sp and it sold like hot cakes and is still one the top trucks to beat.
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Originally Posted by kawi650 View Post
Are there that many people in the market for a $450+ 2wd SC?

I appreciate the effort but seems too late to the party.
I have no problem with the price, but wheels are going to be a deal breaker for me as I also run a TLR SCTE. I'm not dealing with multiple offsets.
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Yes.....
Is that yes, I want to buy a $450 2wd SC, or yes, I need my new Kyosho fix and I don't care what it costs?
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Both. The wheel offset won't change as the pro drivers like to swap arms and such.....this info came from a friend but makes perfect sense especially because all Gen 6 cars have stayed the same so far.
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Both. The wheel offset won't change as the pro drivers like to swap arms and such.....this info came from a friend but makes perfect sense especially because all Gen 6 cars have stayed the same so far.
This is what I believe as well: that it will utilize the rt6 arms and will have larger offset wheels. There is still the possibility of modifying the axles and hexes to widen the track width and use 0 offset but I will have to wait to get it in my hands to know for sure.
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You can use the RT5/6 arms on the front(5mm? longer) + 0 offset wheels...
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pricy, but likely worth it.
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I'm looking for an oversized RB6 gear cover I have seen one at a race but could not get name of were he got it anyone know were I can find one.
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probably not here try the rb6 thread.
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I'm looking for an oversized RB6 gear cover I have seen one at a race but could not get name of were he got it anyone know were I can find one.
what pinion are you using to need that? never heard of that cover? I trimmed mine to fit a big pinion
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