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Old 05-22-2012, 10:55 AM
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Depending on your track layout, I would rather have a faster car in the infield than on the straight. My losi is just about the same, and I can pass more people on the infield than I can on the straight away.

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Old 05-22-2012, 12:27 PM
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Thumbs up Type R for sale!!......

I'm selling my beloved JRX-S Type R anodized in "HULK" green color. All parts are anodized and enough parts to last you a life time of running this car..... Has a dialed outdoor set-up and comes with a JR 8800 servo..... $250.00 Shipped!..US only!!..... Try to get the pics up later, I hope!

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Wow...no new posts since May 22nd. You guys must be having too much fun VTA racing.
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Old 06-23-2012, 09:27 AM
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Does anybody run the RCD's as front drives instead of the LCD's. Will they work? Would there be any major disadvantages that a fairly new guy would notice?
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Originally Posted by Lessen View Post
Does anybody run the RCD's as front drives instead of the LCD's. Will they work? Would there be any major disadvantages that a fairly new guy would notice?
the LCD drive shafts were made to take the torque of a spool and foam tires without binding, but since they killed foam tire racing () its not such a big deal. If you really want to run a different drive system, you can probably get away with it.
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Hi Guys,
I am looking for losa1233. The bushings for the upright. Lost one in a crash at a race this weekend. Horizon doesn't stock them anymore. Any ideas on a replacement?
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Old 08-07-2012, 05:50 AM
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Originally Posted by rsr14 View Post
Hi Guys,
I am looking for losa1233. The bushings for the upright. Lost one in a crash at a race this weekend. Horizon doesn't stock them anymore. Any ideas on a replacement?
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Stormer hobbies has them in stock
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Old 08-07-2012, 06:47 AM
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Anyone still running the car? Took mine off the shelf from Vegas 2010 and hit the track yesterday. Put a few runs in with a standard pack and then tried a shorty with the steel tray. Felt better and turned better times. Only got 1 pack in with the shorty, as the speedo let out the smoke. Looking to do more testing this weekend with a new speedo and motor.
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I run a pair of them. Ive only been racing a year though. I don't use a steel plate in any TC class though, but I did in VTA to meet weight. Ill probably continue to run this car for another year as long as parts continue to be available.
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Originally Posted by steve eaves View Post
Stormer hobbies has them in stock
I didn't see them in stock there either. Maybe I am overlooking them but stormer doesn't list that part on their site.
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Losi Parts House
http://www.losipartshouse.com/servle...ushings/Detail

Associated Part ASC3874 will work for this application
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...rrier-Bushings

http://www.losipartshouse.com/servle...TC3,TC4/Detail

http://www.rcplanet.com/Associated_B..._p/asc3874.htm
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200mm bodies fit these things with no problems?
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Originally Posted by Ehatcher View Post
200mm bodies fit these things with no problems?
I've run several different 200mm bodies on mine (mostly for VTA).

On another note I have acquired a lightly run Type R that I'm looking to sell and will be posting on RCtech once I get some pictures taken. If I remember correctly it has a metal battery tray and a NIP spur adapter along with a few spare parts. PM me if interested before I post it for sale.
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