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Old 12-04-2018, 01:42 PM
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here is a short video to show how the sway bar works.

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Originally Posted by rcguyfpr View Post
here is a short video to show how the sway bar works.

https://youtu.be/Ekt_QmJTLPU
nothing new
Xray came out with the same concept back then on gas and electric tc
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Originally Posted by OVA View Post
nothing new
Xray came out with the same concept back then on gas and electric tc
thats true that was the front swaybar on my Serpent
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Originally Posted by OVA View Post
nothing new
Xray came out with the same concept back then on gas and electric tc
This was already the standard on 8th onroad cars 25 years ago

(and Serpent actually brought blades in the equation...)

a bit finicky to setup right - wire-shaped swaybars easier to manager.

Awesome looking car btw
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[QUOTE=Lonestar;15348468]This was already the standard on 8th onroad cars 25 years ago

(and Serpent actually brought blades in the equation...)

a bit finicky to setup right - wire-shaped swaybars easier to manager.

Awesome looking car btw [/QUOTE

not sure what is your point telling me about 1/8 scale that subject is 1/10 electric ... btw I knew that
No different than the Gear Diff ideal was from the gas car
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