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Old 03-02-2006, 05:24 PM   #10771
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Hey Pookyt, you are not the only one who likes to modify things. This modification did not require a Dremel in anyway but it was fun non the less!! This is a pic of my 12Losi4 w/ a CRC dampner tube conversion as well as my own, untested at this point, batter retention system.
It looks sweet bro!!!! I personally hate to deal with tape also. Although you did not use the Dremel on this mod I did notice that you used the RCers primary tool of the trade!!! The X-Acto knife!!!!!!!!!! Don't leave home without it!!!! For you old timers in here........did ya ever notice you only seem to cut yourself just after you change the X-Acto blades??? LMAO Good thing the second tool in the ole box is the CA glue!!!! Urrrr....maybe its just me?

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Old 03-02-2006, 05:25 PM   #10772
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Insert cheap plug here:............... J/K

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Yea, you could buy a CCF and through away the kit except for the carbon fibre tubing you get with some kits and use them for this mod
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Old 03-02-2006, 05:27 PM   #10773
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With the rear shock mod, to space the sway bar mount away from the rear tower use the following parts:

2x Stand-off
2x #4 Washers

Bolt the stand-offs to the towers. Use the #4 washers in between the plastic sway bar mount and the stand-offs. Insert the bar and mounting screws then tighten down.
Now THATS service man!!!! Not only an answer but links to part numbers too!! Now if we could only place our orders through you it would be complete!!! Thanks Tony

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Old 03-02-2006, 05:50 PM   #10774
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Hey Brant, how'd you fancy doing a deal with THE CAN MAN ?
how's about a trade off? you will definately have the better deal on this one, and for alll your hard work (dremel included in that sentence) what's the BK Bracket situation? you just know whats coming don't you
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Old 03-02-2006, 07:15 PM   #10775
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They will be available............in 2 weeks.lol
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Old 03-02-2006, 07:26 PM   #10776
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who would I contact for buying a prs gear?
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Old 03-02-2006, 07:54 PM   #10777
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Old 03-02-2006, 10:15 PM   #10778
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LMAO!!!! That had to be a set-up!!!!!

B-Main MotorsportsWelcome folks to the JRXS/vendor thread!!!!!B-Main Motorsports HAHAHAHAHAHA I just can't believe you guys! B-Main Motorsports Shame Shame.

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Old 03-02-2006, 10:22 PM   #10779
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Hey Brant, how'd you fancy doing a deal with THE CAN MAN ?
how's about a trade off? you will definately have the better deal on this one, and for alll your hard work (dremel included in that sentence) what's the BK Bracket situation? you just know whats coming don't you
Cheers Malc THE CAN MAN
So are you just going to want the rear brackets or do you want a full set of front and rear? I made Keith buy a set of 4 cause he wouldn't come clean and tell me what he had up his sleeve! LMAO

Looks like I need to bust out a few more sets of rears then. Malc--Just PM me and we can work out a dealio my man!

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Old 03-02-2006, 10:33 PM   #10780
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There are no carpet tracks left in my area. Several years ago there was one on the Gold Coast and one in Brisbane, but they have both closed. Just to clarify, there is no real season to change from one to the other. Some clubs choose to run there meeting at night in Summer and during the day in Winter, due to better racing conditions. Of course this is how it is in my area, other area's of Australia will probably differ for climatic reasons.

I predominately race Off-road the first half of the year and On-road the last half.[/QUOTE]

Are you telling me that you can race outdoors year round? If yes then YOU SUCK !!!!!! J/K lmao

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Are you telling me that you can race outdoors year round? If yes then YOU SUCK !!!!!! J/K lmao

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Yes , we do race all year round, Mr Brant!!! But it's normally way too hot during Summer time (60'C + track temps)

But we also race under lights mostly. Which helps a lot....except for when we have major championship meets.

Gotta love living in Queensland!!!
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Old 03-02-2006, 10:43 PM   #10782
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Most of our summer races are day time at 95-100 deg.F air temps and 145-150 track temps. Sounds like you fellas just need to strap on some RP 76's and a lil sunblock then get after it!!!! VROOOM!!

What the heck is 60'C anyways?.......lets see.......water freezes at 0 and water boils at 100 so...uh...CRAP!!!! Wheres my conversion chart!!! My calipers don't convert temps! LOL

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Old 03-02-2006, 10:47 PM   #10783
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Nice bumper ya got there Greg!! Is that BRP made or Dremel made? LOL


Slip'n my butt!!!!

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Old 03-02-2006, 10:54 PM   #10784
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Most of our summer races are day time at 95-100 deg.F air temps and 145-150 track temps. Sounds like you fellas just need to strap on some RP 76's and a lil sunblock then get after it!!!! VROOOM!!

What the heck is 60'C anyways?.......lets see.......water freezes at 0 and water boils at 100 so...uh...CRAP!!!! Wheres my conversion chart!!! My calipers don't convert temps! LOL

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Old 03-02-2006, 10:57 PM   #10785
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someone please design a 12th scale jrx-s. I just have one problem with my car, one of the four metal post is shorter than the others and I am thinking that is causing my low deck to flex. Can the bk brackets be made?
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