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Old 04-12-2004, 07:27 PM   #1951
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I would go with the IRS one, or you can just take a regular diff and take out the balls and tighten the screw all the way down.
You can leave the balls in when you try this just assemble it dry with old parts then shimming is easier.. In case of a hard crash its easier on the outdrives to have some give. I put one together with epoxy to see how it worked and broke an outdrive and a set of gears the first crash it was in. I only tried it once after that without the epoxy but it didnt break parts.
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Thanks guys...

Has anyone seen the AE for the Electic?
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Thanks guys...

Has anyone seen the AE for the Electic?
yes I have seen and bought it
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yes I have seen and bought it
To bad you bought the wrong one :P

I called AE and here is the deal, 1703 is for Electric and 1704 is for Nitro and there is a difference. 1703 is shorter on the outdrives and will keep the car at 190mm, 1704 is longer on the outdrives and is for Nitro at 200mm.

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To bad you bought the wrong one :P

I called AE and here is the deal, 1703 is for Electric and 1704 is for Nitro and there is a difference. 1703 is shorter on the outdrives and will keep the car at 190mm, 1704 is longer on the outdrives and is for Nitro at 200mm.

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no u are incorrect "I" do have the right one for electric
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Old 04-14-2004, 12:05 AM   #1958
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WHAT BODY DO YOU RUN ON A D2 CHASSIS. DOES ANYONE HAVE PICS OF A MOUNTED BODY ON A D2 I WOULD LIKE TO SEE.

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Old 04-14-2004, 05:02 AM   #1959
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WHAT BODY DO YOU RUN ON A D2 CHASSIS. DOES ANYONE HAVE PICS OF A MOUNTED BODY ON A D2 I WOULD LIKE TO SEE.

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Its the same Thing as any Other Body.... the 1/2 Shorter doesnt really mean Anything when comes to body
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Old 04-14-2004, 08:52 AM   #1960
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bmx i dont have pics but i run the alfa from protoform and have run the stratus body.
here are a couple pointers to mounting the body correctlly! for handling not looks!

set the body on the car. (dont make holes yet!)

align the front wheels within the marked fender cutouts. then move the body forward about 1/8" th or 1/4 " of inch and mark your holes and draw your wheel openings. mark out the rear aswell dont worry about the moulded in lines .
once you have it mounted mount the wing about 1/2 " further forward then you normally would.

the reason for this is since the car is shorter and you mount the body with the front wheel cut out where marked on the body, it will act as a long tail body and create a aero dynamic push.
thous moving the body and wing forwared will eliminate a large rear over hang! hope this helps if you have any other questions feel free to ask.
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Stratus body mounted on a D2
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Heres a pic of my old D2 with a Parma X20 body on it. This car accelrates so hard that it actually left marks in the carpet-not from traction compound either. LIke a foam tire burnout with a stock motor.

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Old 04-14-2004, 02:54 PM   #1963
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How long did that take you too paint Victor? i got the same paint scheme
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Its a unique Paint job, One of a Kind too
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Ariel if you have a problem taping the fan on its edge. Either get some 2 sided tape without the foam. Or use shoe goo.
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