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Old 08-03-2005, 08:00 AM   #7096
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Which company makes good titanium screw kit for the JRX-S or even individual packs of screws, and are they available in colors?
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try lunsford for packages of ti screws
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well I made a huge leap and bought a JRXS. I still have my Yokomo's, but I need something that can get it done on the rug and I didn't want to fall victim of the X-NATION.

What are the pookyt bars, anyone have any pics? check the site but didn't see any pics.

Last one, what spur have you guys had the most sucsess with?

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Old 08-03-2005, 09:06 AM   #7099
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here is the track in Italy.

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Sorry but....



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Old 08-03-2005, 09:16 AM   #7101
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Because of my lack of on-road experience and because I live in Dallas surrounded by X-Ray drivers I am letting my JRX-S go. Plenty of TLC went into building this but it is new and has never been ran here is the link if you are interested http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=79816
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well I made a huge leap and bought a JRXS. I still have my Yokomo's, but I need something that can get it done on the rug and I didn't want to fall victim of the X-NATION.

What are the pookyt bars, anyone have any pics? check the site but didn't see any pics.

Last one, what spur have you guys had the most sucsess with?

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Pook should be awake soon, just PM him and he should be able to send you some pic's....

I've had no trouble with the standard Losi kevlar spurs.... unfortunately one of my spurs picked up a stone the other day and rough up the teeth. I thought for sure this was going to be u/s, but it ran perfectly, without a hint of noise. Get better!!!
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2nd that request for a pic of the bars.
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2nd that request for a pic of the bars.
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I think you should run the car... just put the Josh Neuman setup on it and enjoy yourself... there nothing like beating the odds....


At my local track I had a lot of people ready to bag the car before & during its release. It's been a great pleasure to see them concede that the car really works and works very, very well.

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Heres a pic of the bars from Pookyt.
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Heres a pic of the bars from Pookyt.
I take it your not running them on the front with foams, or have you guys found a way to?
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I take it your not running them on the front with foams, or have you guys found a way to?

I dont think its possible to run them on the front with foams. Not without some more ingenuity. Kevin Kane and I think some others run them on the back with foams-but I was quicker without them. But our track is quite a bit different than Trackside in terms of the type of grip.
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I dont think its possible to run them on the front with foams. Not without some more ingenuity. Kevin Kane and I think some others run them on the back with foams-but I was quicker without them. But our track is quite a bit different than Trackside in terms of the type of grip.

Hey Ray didnt you switch back to corally again ?
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Thanks for posting the pic Ray!!!

On the front with foams I just can't seem to figure out a good way to do it unless we change to some weird shock angles and that too seems like Not Good. Now, if you carpet guys would simply cut your front foams down to say 26 mm and run the AE wide hex, I think they will work. I'm not up on the carpet and foam action yet so I don't know how slimming the fronts down 2 to 3 mm would work. Just some thoughts. We used to cut down the widths of our foam tires a couple of mm's on carpet oval to help free up the cars so it may be worth a shot. Keep me posted.

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Hey Ray didnt you switch back to corally again ?

I have both cars. MY JRXS was so awesome at the Sizzler. I didnt do squat with it-some due to my fault-some due to others. I love the JRXS in 19t and mod mostly. Theres nothing wrong with it in stock except I cannot seem to be be consistent with it. So I am going to try a few other cars in stock and see what happens.
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