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Old 12-22-2014, 10:07 AM
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Got mine a week ago, haven't had a chance to assemble yet. Love my PRS1 so I can only imagine the 401 will be just as good

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Getting mine on Monday. Probably the only one in the UK! For our tracks, in Scotland, I'll be running it with saddles. Big, bumpy, outdoor natural terrain tracks that require stability over rough terrain. The extra rearward weight is likely to be the way to go.

Looking forward to the build and hope to get lots of help and tips on here!

Lets hope we get a bit more feedback from PR than we did from Caster..eh Rick?

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coming a long very nicely....
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Just about to start the build...and...no center diff fluid in the kit! Have to order some....build delayed for Christmas.


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Just about to start the build...and...no center diff fluid in the kit! Have to order some....build delayed for Christmas.


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LOL, I'm waiting on 100K diff oil as well BUT I knew the kit didn't come with oils... I was able to get more done today.
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I thought I was done for the day but decided to do more..
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This is before stickers..
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every time I try to stop I end up back to the table working on it LOL
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every time I try to stop I end up back to the table working on it LOL
That's a heck of an angle on your front camber links. Are you sure they don't go on the back of the shock tower?
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Seriously about to buy one of these.

Can anyone tell me what 12mm wheels can be run? I run coloured De racing wheels to be different from the everyday "white" and would love to be able to run coloured
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Seriously about to buy one of these.

Can anyone tell me what 12mm wheels can be run? I run coloured De racing wheels to be different from the everyday "white" and would love to be able to run coloured
I use Proline v2 rear wheels for b4/rb/kyosho. Kyosho front wheels. Im starting to use the new 2.4 wheels this weekend. On both of my cars I have the extended rear axle (prst1) which is a options part. According to Andrew, guys are using the losi shallow front wheel nut on the rear with standard axles. I personally feel more comfortable with the long stub axle.
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That's a heck of an angle on your front camber links. Are you sure they don't go on the back of the shock tower?
Yep good eye. Now I have more work to do lol
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OK, I'm almost done BUT I think there is to much rear drop for the tracks I run on so I think I will be going with the short shock ends for the rear like I did for the front. I don't know where to put my Toro esc...
Where are you guys putting your ESC's? Front right side or behind the motor?
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