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Old 09-05-2006, 02:35 AM
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Look for it to be released sometime october
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Are they going to come out with a conversion kit for the JRXS to the Type R version
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Originally Posted by chinamonkey7
Are they going to come out with a conversion kit for the JRXS to the Type R version
No way because there are new chassis, bulkheads, top deck, Diffs and CVD's. Those are just the big ticket items!! Its so extensive that theres not much left to carry over.
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Are they going to come out with a conversion kit for the JRXS to the Type R version
I wouldn't count on it.
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If people like the regular jrxs platform... will there be a rear motor 3 deck chassis kit?
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Don't think so... only if you make it yourself. Saw Hodges cars this past weekend. NICE!!

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Originally Posted by rayhuang
No way because there are new chassis, bulkheads, top deck, Diffs and CVD's. Those are just the big ticket items!! Its so extensive that theres not much left to carry over.
However, I believe that the new diffs and cvd's (with new diffs) will work in the old car...
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KT Hobbies pre-order price for the Type R...$379.99.
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Originally Posted by PitNamedGordie
KT Hobbies pre-order price for the Type R...$379.99.

Bingo. That's great news.
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Originally Posted by PitNamedGordie
However, I believe that the new diffs and cvd's (with new diffs) will work in the old car...
And if thats true-it will be a HUGe improvment from what the Team guys I have talked to say. The Diffs and CVD's make a big difference. It was a big part of the advancement in performance of the 3-deck car. Something to do with the plunge of the short dogbone into the long outdrive. sounds kin of kinky to me-but oh well-its FASTER!!!

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I do remember Todd posting that the new diff parts will fit the current chassis. It should increase the corner speed so Look Out!!!

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Originally Posted by POOKYT
I do remember Todd posting that the new diff parts will fit the current chassis. It should increase the corner speed so Look Out!!!

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Hmm, you think Todd could hook us up with said parts in LV?
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