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Old 02-16-2005, 09:42 PM   #2176
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Hi Randy,

Thanks for that link.
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Old 02-16-2005, 11:10 PM   #2177
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Thanks for that link.
Yeah, it was hard work gettin it there for ya Bill lol
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Randy,

What you drivin lately?

James Nguyen was at Stockton tonight. We both are waitin for our JRX-S's.
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Old 02-17-2005, 12:23 AM   #2179
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Randy,

What you drivin lately?

James Nguyen was at Stockton tonight. We both are waitin for our JRX-S's.
I've been running the 415MS, but now that the JRX-S is getting closer to bieng released, I'll become more active in this thread and see what I can learn
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Old 02-17-2005, 12:58 PM   #2180
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What parts from the XXXS are used in the JRXS?

I see the front castor blocks, spindles, and the rear hubs are similar.

What about the shock springs, and one-way?
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Old 02-17-2005, 01:23 PM   #2181
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The spindles are actually different then the xxxs spindles: they have an extra ackerman hole.

Items that are the same/interchangable:

castor blocks, rear hub carriers, outter hinge pins, diff pullies, old rear body mounts will work on the new car, yet the new ones have more holes down lower, losi hexes

I'm sure there's a few more things... I'm just shootin' off the top of my head right now
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Old 02-17-2005, 01:24 PM   #2182
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common parts:

bearings. Screws.
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body clips too lol. youd think springs. im not sure tho. no reason not to make it allow same springs.
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I think that the new shock bodies are smaller, thus the need for new springs, I thought that I also read that the rates are also different.
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From what I have seen, the springs are shorter on the new car than they were on the XXXS.
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And with a 45 to 70 lb front spring rate-those arent available right now that I know of.
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Surprisingly, Gill Jr had super soft front springs on his car at the 'birds. My guesstimate, they were 30# or less! Really surprised me.
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Surprisingly, Gill Jr had super soft front springs on his car at the 'birds. My guesstimate, they were 30# or less! Really surprised me.
Well-Barry and Mike had 22.5 on there TC4's I hear. Dont quote me on that!!
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And with a 45 to 70 lb front spring rate-those arent available right now that I know of.
Wow, I didnt realize they were running springs that heavy. I cant wait to drive this car, I have a feeling it's gonna be a lot different than anything else out there.
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Wow, I didnt realize they were running springs that heavy. I cant wait to drive this car, I have a feeling it's gonna be a lot different than anything else out there.
At the Champs-I think some Team drivers chose 45 with a sway bar and other guys ran 70 without a sway bar. Driver preference!!

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