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Old 04-16-2015, 07:52 AM
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RGT Racing will introduce his new RB-4 1/10 4wd race buggy at the Hobby Expo China 2015, April 23,24,25.









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The pre-production RB-4 is under assembly for the Hobby Expo China 2015...


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Yes, this site is not available yet, I hope soon !!!
I will ask to RGT Racing...
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After the 1/10 4WD race buggy, the next step will be 1/10 2WD buggy, 1/10 4WD short course, 1/10 2WD short course, 1/10 4WD short course buggy, 1/10 2WD short course buggy and also a light weight 1/8 buggy and 1/8 GT.
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That website goes no where.
The manager of the RGT Racing department informed me that the website will not available before three months
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it looks like the saddles can be moved back and forth?? interesting
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it looks like the saddles can be moved back and forth?? interesting
The photos may be a bit confusing, but it looks like the top center diff plate flips, which is confusing the orientation of the photos. I don't think there would be room for the servo and servo mount with the saddles slid forward.

It initially looked to me like one could, but I don't think so on looking again.
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I don't think we're looking at the same thing. I'm referencing the the holes behind the saddle post. With the other configurations the car has, those holes would be covered up. hence why i think the saddles could be moved back from where they sit currently in the photo.
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The saddle posts can be moved...

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I don't think we're looking at the same thing. I'm referencing the the holes behind the saddle post. With the other configurations the car has, those holes would be covered up. hence why i think the saddles could be moved back from where they sit currently in the photo.
aah! I see what you mean. Yes, it looks like they can be shifted a bit. Interesting.
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RGT has confirmed it's possible to move the saddle posts
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