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Old 12-15-2005, 03:27 PM   #9586
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Anybody have pics of the new BK arms?
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Old 12-15-2005, 03:29 PM   #9587
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Springs, 50, 60 and 20 and 25.
Pistons 55, 56, 60
Offset rear hubs in 0, 1/2 and 1 deg for tuning.
Parma or Rubberneck hard foam bumper.
6 deg c-hubs
Some tall 4-40 ballstuds.
Sway bar kit (usually used on rear)

Thats it for hop-up or tuning options. Its got plenty to tune on right out of the box.
The aluminum battery tray is nice if you can find one.

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Old 12-15-2005, 03:36 PM   #9588
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Aluminum battery tray is nice and I am glad I have them for both of my cars!!! I was able to get mine when they first came out. I hope the arms are going to be out soon so I can complete the set I got from some nice Todd guy in LV.
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Old 12-15-2005, 04:45 PM   #9589
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guys, what does the JRXS need right away parts wise... I am new to TC, and no one seems to be wanting to tell me. PLZ pme me with what upgrades it needs right away to be good on carpet on on road(I have two of em)
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You could try one of our CCF's (Cool-Can-Fans) take a look at our web site on the sig below, Eli Ezrow don's one of them, a Top driver, even EA is having one now, as it went off today
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Old 12-16-2005, 06:15 AM   #9590
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Another great upgrade for the JRX-S is the PRS Adapter and Pro-lite TC spurs.

JRX-S 128 tooth Spur Adapter Assembly

JRX-S Adapter only

PRO-lite 64 pitch TC Spurs

PRS offers 130, 128, 126, 124, 120, 118, 116, and 114 spurs that will fit the adapter to give your JRX-S the perfect gear ratio. Plus our PRO-lite spurs are among the lightest spurs on the market. All PRS spurs are machined which means you can run a perfect gear mesh everytime.
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Old 12-16-2005, 06:26 AM   #9591
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Yes, I run the Coolcanfans and the PRS adapter. I would highly recommend both for your JRXS ride. They both have something in common............................................ .................................................. .................................They are COOL and functional!
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Old 12-16-2005, 09:16 AM   #9592
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Another great upgrade for the JRX-S is the PRS Adapter and Pro-lite TC spurs.

JRX-S 128 tooth Spur Adapter Assembly

JRX-S Adapter only

PRO-lite 64 pitch TC Spurs

PRS offers 130, 128, 126, 124, 120, 118, 116, and 114 spurs that will fit the adapter to give your JRX-S the perfect gear ratio. Plus our PRO-lite spurs are among the lightest spurs on the market. All PRS spurs are machined which means you can run a perfect gear mesh everytime.
How much is shipping normally for a few gears, I will have to get some as soon as I get some money in paypal.
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Old 12-16-2005, 09:30 AM   #9593
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How much is shipping normally for a few gears, I will have to get some as soon as I get some money in paypal.
EA Motorsports has them on-line and I think KT Hobbies does as well. You might check with those guys about shipping and see what they have in stock.

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Old 12-16-2005, 11:14 AM   #9594
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Guys,
Anyone know the part number for the JRXS wheel pins? I had one fly off into neverland. I have the A6401 pins, but they are too long and do not fit in the LCD hole.

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Old 12-16-2005, 11:19 AM   #9595
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I don't know if anyone's been following the GP World Cup over in Europe, but Todd Hodge, Billy Easton and Hubert Honigl are there representing Losi. They have some really good picture's of Hodge's rear-motored car on the official website http://worldcup.rcworld.ch/live.asp . Check it out. Several thing seem to jump out at me about his car (besides the custom green anodizing!):

1.) It looks like the car has different shock towers front and rear. Rear one moves body mounts outside shocks. Front one has new camberlink positions and is taller?

2.) Machined delrin arms (maybe?). Maybe longer? Definitly mounted further inboard. Look at the 4 small inner arm mounts, the hinge pin is inboard of the mounting screws.

3.) Extemely short front camber link, even with the link mod?

4.) Black pulleys. Just for looks, or new material?

Just thought I'd point out the pics for those interested. Feel free to tell me I'm seeing things. It seems the Losi guys are running fairly well (top 20 I think?). Just something interesting for the weekend. Now....discuss!
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Old 12-16-2005, 11:31 AM   #9596
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Dane- Your JRXS stickers went out this morning...thanks! What is your local track?
J - I just started running at SoCal. So far, i've only been able to get down there to practice a couple times. I plan on spending a lot of time there next year.
I look forward to getting the stickers.
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Todd's car looks totally different than mine. Is there a conversion kit for the upper front a-arms? is there somewhere you can get all the hop ups on his car? the front & rear shocktowers, a-arms and rear engine mount kit?
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Todd's car looks totally different than mine. Is there a conversion kit for the upper front a-arms? is there somewhere you can get all the hop ups on his car? the front & rear shocktowers, a-arms and rear engine mount kit?
Not a single part is commercially available. Its all prototype stuff.
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Not a single part is commercially available. Its all prototype stuff.
not exactly, you use existing parts to make the upper camber link mod
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Old 12-16-2005, 11:50 AM   #9600
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I noticed all those things also. I'm glad they are just trying to refine the "down-the-center" design besides tossing it to the wind.
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