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Old 08-18-2015, 11:43 AM
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RC8B3e Team Kit #80916 Features:

7075-T6 hard anodized aluminum chassis features an optimized weight bias layout for improved handling and stability
Front suspension features pillow ball uprights for increased adjustability and improved durability
Lightweight ring gears and optimized precision ball bearing sizing reduces drivetrain rotational mass for improved acceleration and battery efficiency
Gearboxes feature a 3.38:1 internal gear ratio with fast-access differentials for quick removal, tuning, and maintenance
Six universal drive shafts for efficient drivetrain power delivery and ease of maintenance
7075-T6 aluminum 16mm Big Bore threaded shocks with TiN coated 3.5mm shafts, larger diameter precision springs, and optimized bladders for more precise volume compensation
7075-T6 aluminum shock towers front and rear feature finely tuned shock mounting and upper arm positions
Refined suspension geometry with lower hinge pin inserts for quick and easy roll center adjustments
Lightweight one-piece wing mounts feature height and forward positioning adjustment for more precise handling
Two-piece sliding motor mount for easy gear mesh adjustment and motor removal
Pro-Line RC8B3e clear body and Team Associated molded wing included
The RC8B3e shares over 90% parts compatibility with the RC8B3 nitro buggy, offering the perfect solution for multi-class racers
RC8B3 Team Kit shown in these photos is equipped with items NOT included in kit: engine, exhaust system, receiver battery, Reedy servos, wheels and tires. Body comes clear. Assembly and painting required.

RC8B3e Team Kit
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Available: Oct. 2015

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Is this a new chassis? if it is, I'm mad they kept it wide. They could've made it an inch slimmer.
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and at it's price, it's a huge competitor to all the other e buggies
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Is this a new chassis? if it is, I'm mad they kept it wide. They could've made it an inch slimmer.
Yeah that is not the nitro chassis.
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Yeah that is not the nitro chassis.
they should've turned the servo parallel to the a arms and put the receiver between the pinon and the servo, would've made it sleeker and much more cool
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I'm curious as where the transponder would mount?
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I'm curious as where the transponder would mount?
In the radio box?
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Very interesting, will nitro bodies fit ebuggy?
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when will this be out be intreasding in see when
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I'm sorry, this is a mugen!!
I love associated, but new it's not..
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Here we go again....
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Curious to see how this goes. Read alot of good things about the nitro version.
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Originally Posted by hyperdive08 View Post
I'm sorry, this is a mugen!!
I love associated, but new it's not..
Agreed, its got 4 wheels just like the Super Athlete. Total rip job.
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