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Old 02-02-2015, 04:57 AM   #1
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Default SWORKz s12 2wd Buggy

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rb6 front 24/30deg castor suspension block is direct fit
AE SC10 ball diff is a drop in needs .8mm each side shimmed
rb6 rear ball stud/link mount **DOES NOT FIT **
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Old 02-02-2015, 05:00 AM   #2
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how soon ?

Introducing the 1/10th SWORKz S102 pro 2wd buggy from the Nuremberg toy fair!
The S102 chassis platform was designed with the serious racer in mind. SWORKz incorporated a simple gear insert to switch from rear-motor to mid-motor configuration for maximum efficiency in all conditions. Chassis or transmission changes are not necessary.
The S102 features a 3mm 7075 chassis layout that allows for up to 10 different battery type and positions for any track condition.
SWORKz designed a Pure Oil System (no shock bladders) for a quicker shock response and improved suspension feel.
The S102 comes standard with the innovative Eaglet body. Designed with rear grip and steering response in mind. The Eaglet body provides a well balanced feel in both mid-motor and rear-motor configurations.
The S102 platform was designed from the ground up and is the perfect model for the serious racer and weekend hobbyist alike. Smart and efficient design incorporated with a cost-effective and user friendly platform was our primary goal from the beginning of the S102 project. We now introduce the SWORKz S102......
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should have known when i seen Scott @ the Reedy via RC Live
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emulsion shocks!!!
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I wonder if this will lead to Mugen getting back into the 1/10 game?
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Old 02-02-2015, 06:00 AM   #6
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I like it just for the fact there seems to be room to mount the electronics without having to get too creative
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Looks like an rb6 to me, which is not a bad thing.
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Looks like an rb6 to me, which is not a bad thing.
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looks solid
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I like that it has a low c.g transmission just like the yz2, I've been praying for either an xray or sworkz buggy (besides the xb4 2wd) and it looks like we are going to have both now!
Did anyone notice the 8th scAle style hubs? Looks to be an option, I've never seen that in 1/10 before
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Not a bad looking car at all.
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Can't wait!
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I see it also comes with some mud guards
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I like that it has a low c.g transmission just like the yz2, I've been praying for either an xray or sworkz buggy (besides the xb4 2wd) and it looks like we are going to have both now!
Did anyone notice the 8th scAle style hubs? Looks to be an option, I've never seen that in 1/10 before
To me it looks like an ordinary MM transmission.
I am pretty sure this will be a great buggy, just nothing original. RB6 with PL Phantom body was my first impression, I like both so that's not an issue. Thumbs up for the 12mm hex option!
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I like the battery hold down setup better that the rb6 and depending on the price i might get this and rob the shocks off the rb6.
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