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Old 06-15-2004, 12:52 PM   #151
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Are the IRS hardcoated or just plain Alum? I'm too lazy to look right now
don't know... but they're blue anodized.
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Old 06-15-2004, 01:18 PM   #152
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Thanks for the update on the XXX-S towers. I hope to see them soon.
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I've been putting a lot of thought into a new tower set. I've had numerous ideas and drawings and will be completing them this week.

I'm looking to get a prototype set ready for testing within 10-12 days.

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Old 06-15-2004, 01:21 PM   #153
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Cool, glad to hear your gears are making it! Yeah, I've bent a dogbone too- I wonder if MIP will come out with a thicker aluminum bone, kind of like the thick XXXS bones??? That would be nice.
Square Ti dogbone and Ti axels should do the trick.
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Old 06-15-2004, 02:23 PM   #154
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Just make sure they have the higher upper shock mount locations on the front for the longer Tamiya Shocks
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Old 06-15-2004, 05:10 PM   #155
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Square Ti dogbone and Ti axels should do the trick.
Don"t waste your money on them ..they will bend just as easy as the MIP Shinny ones for the TC3. Plus they will wear out faster than alloy ones if you use them up front..
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Old 06-15-2004, 05:39 PM   #156
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Just make sure they have the higher upper shock mount locations on the front for the longer Tamiya Shocks
Already done!
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Did you say PROTOTYPE? What are the chances of you selling a set of these protos? I just got my set of Red Tamiya Dampers and an ANXIOUS at best!!!!
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Already done!
Can't wait. I've got my Blue TRF shocks from my 414!
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I could sell you guys a prototype set of the new XXXS towers but it will cost a little bit more. If you are interested please email me.

Thanks!
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any updates or pics of the new losi towers ?

sent you an email...
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Default Pro 4 chassis kit info! update

Our chassis kit will now also include titanium hinge pins for the rear wheel base adjustment. You can still of course run the kit at stock wheelbase, or move it more forward or rearward with the use of our longer Ti hinge pins!

Chassis kit includes; 3mm main chassis, 3mm upper deck, 3mm side guards w/purple alloy mini posts, carbon pivot block spacers, Titanium rear hinge pins and TruSpin spur gear plate w/purple alloy screws! A complete, high end racing package to further enhance the awesome abilities of the HPI Pro 4!

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I'm working on finishing them up tonight. I will email you guys later tonight or tomorrow morning. Thanks!!! - B

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thanks ben for the xxxs updates via email.

looking forward to using the finished product.
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thanks ben for the xxxs updates via email.

looking forward to using the finished product.
any pics?
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I honestly don't see any difference from the old ones. But then again, there was nothing wrong with them to begin with.
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