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Old 04-29-2005, 11:55 AM   #4651
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Hey Rich. still collecting redlines? I sold you one a couple of years back. magenta sand crab if I remember right. Aaron Sikes.

Just wanted to say thanks to all of Team Losi for all of the support on the car. It has helped out alot.

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looks like todd dynamite.........todd, come get some ham.
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Ok i need to know now!


Im undecided on what new car to buy im either with RDX FK05 or this one . But i think im taking out the RDX as its so much and break easily but i got Superior Hobbies as my local hobby shop only about 10min away. but its just to much ... now im either with the FK05 or JRXS i just want to know if its worth buying is it that much better than the FK05 btw I got TQ hobbies at my other local hobby shop and i got Alex Lopez dad and the TQ crew but i just want to be different from everyone else but i dont mind buying the xray . please help me lol
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Old 04-29-2005, 01:17 PM   #4653
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your best bet would be to have them side by side and just look at how they are put together. that should be your first clue about which is better.

driving both of course would be nice as well
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Old 04-29-2005, 01:20 PM   #4654
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Old 04-29-2005, 01:49 PM   #4655
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you should do it like wanabee's hair....
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Old 04-29-2005, 02:05 PM   #4657
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LOL, would take alot of green dye for that bush hog!
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Hodge, RB,

What's the degree of the extra pivot mount? It only has Graphite written on it. Also where have you guys found to be the best place to add weight to the chassis to make it leagel weight?

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Old 04-29-2005, 02:11 PM   #4659
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Ok i need to know now!


Im undecided on what new car to buy im either with RDX FK05 or this one . But i think im taking out the RDX as its so much and break easily but i got Superior Hobbies as my local hobby shop only about 10min away. but its just to much ... now im either with the FK05 or JRXS i just want to know if its worth buying is it that much better than the FK05 btw I got TQ hobbies at my other local hobby shop and i got Alex Lopez dad and the TQ crew but i just want to be different from everyone else but i dont mind buying the xray . please help me lol
I have been running the RDX since the week after the snowbirds and the only thing I have broken was a Body post and a camber link. The car is not FRAGILE by any means.

I don't care what car you run eventually you are gonna break. Even the "Pros' break ever now and then. But its all in what ya want.

I will say this if I had Superior hobbies 10 mins away....I know what I would be buying. That is as good as being on the TEAM!
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Old 04-29-2005, 02:34 PM   #4660
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Hodge, RB,

What's the degree of the extra pivot mount? It only has Graphite written on it. Also where have you guys found to be the best place to add weight to the chassis to make it leagel weight?

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Kit comes with 2* / 1* / 0*

If they aren't marked line them all up the narrowest one will be the 0* then so on,,,,,.....,,,,,.....
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Same question, anyone know??

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What's the degree of the extra pivot mount? It only has Graphite written on it. Also where have you guys found to be the best place to add weight to the chassis to make it leagel weight?

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Take a hair dryer to the belts while they are on the car. This will help to straighten them out.
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Old 04-29-2005, 03:28 PM   #4663
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Kit comes with 2* / 1* / 0*

If they aren't marked line them all up the narrowest one will be the 0* then so on,,,,,.....,,,,,.....
Cool, that's kind of what I thought, but it should never hurt to ask.

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Cool, that's kind of what I thought, but it should never hurt to ask.

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Cool deal, good luck with her!!

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Todd,

On the setup sheets it says 2 o-rings above the bladder. Are you doing anthing to keep th o-rings in place or just letting the move around?

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