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Old 03-12-2007, 03:49 PM   #1
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is this any good and what are some good esc to use for this.

is the b4 good


please help i want to start offroad buggy electric
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I ran Both and I liked the CR. It was easier for me to drive Fast.
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That car rocks! You can't go wrong with this car. It's extremely stable and i prefer the handling of the cr to the b4.
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You realize you posted this in the Electric ONROAD thread?
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yea i found a bk2 but would it be able to use all cr parts
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The Bk2 has a different transmission. So your final drive would be a lot different than the xxx or the xxx cr. As for the rest of the parts. I'm not sure and i gave the instructions along with the car so i don't have a reference to go from. but i would think the arms and hubs would work as well.
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yea i found a bk2 but would it be able to use all cr parts
Arms both Front and rear will work. Rear Hub is different. Rear end mount for Tranny/Arms is different because of the Trans mission. Shock towers are Different. But on the Bright side U can convert the BK2 to the CR. All U need is CR Shock tower's, Tranny, Rear End. and I believe Rear Hubs and CVD's
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the differents between the b4 and the xxx cr is the b4 seem to steer more and it weres tires easyer unlike the xxx but that might just be my track
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the differents between the b4 and the xxx cr is the b4 seem to steer more and it weres tires easyer unlike the xxx but that might just be my track
Not sure Pinky When I had both the CR Steered more. Go Figure
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historically AE cars steer from the front and Losi steer from the rear meaning if you want to adjust your steering you do it at the above mentioned end.
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Last time I checked my Corally RDX blew away both on a carpet or asphalt track. Not as good in OFFROAD though.
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