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Old 05-24-2005, 02:57 PM   #5461
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Springs and sway bars. If you want the looks go for titanium or aluminum screws. The car comes fully hopped up as it is a pro level tc out of the box.

I would have to agree there.. I finally finished assembling my kit and I'm very satisfied with 'what you get for the $$$'..
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Old 05-24-2005, 04:32 PM   #5462
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My buddy Pat ran his JRSX for the first time (asphalt) last weekend at Chicagoland RC. And I was very impressed. He was smoking the 2 best Tamiya drivers and his car was bone stock. He did say he was fighting a little push, but I couldn't see it at all. It looked dialed.
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Old 05-24-2005, 05:58 PM   #5464
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Old 05-24-2005, 06:43 PM   #5467
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How is this car doing at the track? Winning? Losing? Holding its own? No one is running it in my area yet, so I'm just curious.
It has been treating me well at club races, seems to be very consistent day to day. I have been running on low traction carpet, and it is just a pleasure to drive, makes responces to changes, and gets better every day it seems.

In a few weeks i will finally get to try it out on pavement, can't wait.
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Old 05-24-2005, 06:48 PM   #5468
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In a few eeks i will finally get to try it out on pavement, can't wait.
How long is a few eeks in earth time Mike?
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Old 05-24-2005, 06:51 PM   #5469
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How long is a few eeks in earth time Mike?
About the same as 1 week, il go fix it
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Ground Round, I ran my car at a club race on a track i've never been to last sunday. I also ran a Stratus 2.0 that supposedly doesn't work anymore(air changed maybe ?ha) along with a Trinity 19 turn geared 128x38(slightly undergeared). The car started out really easy to drive, with a slight push, but some tuning and I was right on pace with the fast guys. I was in a little bit of a body tucking event at the start, in the first turn, LOL, but after the marshall ran over and untucked my 2.0 I caught back up from last to 3rd place!........I even hung on the eventual winners bumper for the last 2 minutes just to see how good my car was, since he was running a Tamiya 415.

So basically the car was awesome, but traffic still turned out to be the single biggest factor................, Jim
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Todd-any updates on the battery tray? I am about to order a bunch of IB3800's and I will need the new tray to run them me thinks.

The trays should be hitting shops in a few weeks.
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If only one screw holds the brace in, what keeps it from rotating?
The button head screw that holds the shock eyelet goes thru the bracket and sits on top of the arm, preventing rotation
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Old 05-25-2005, 07:32 AM   #5473
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As a huge fan of Losi I was as anxious for the new car to come out as anyone. I witnessed firsthand how the car performed at the Snowbirds. Locally sales have been so dismal that the hobby shop here is sending six brand new kits back to Horizon because of lackluster or NO sales. Can Todd shed some insight as to sales? I really want this car to succeed, but question how it stacks up in terms of sales and wins. One usaully helps drive the other........Has Losi won a premiere event yet with the JRXS?
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Old 05-25-2005, 08:01 AM   #5474
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The button head screw that holds the shock eyelet goes thru the bracket and sits on top of the arm, preventing rotation
Yes but, what about downtravel?
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Yes but, what about downtravel?
There isnt enough force to move the BK bracket off the arm.
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