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Old 10-05-2006, 10:46 PM   #12661
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How soon you need it?

Ahhh.......By next Thursday or Friday so I can swap it over for Sundays race. I'll call you tomorrow night. Thanks Mate!

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Old 10-05-2006, 11:08 PM   #12662
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Pookyt..

That happened to mine in the Mod A of the 2005 BTH. It was the left front inner mount. I had been patching it that whole weekend and it just got where it wouldnt patch anymore. Get that sucker fixed man. I may not drive a losi onroad anymore but I still got now love for the xrays... LOL.
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Old 10-05-2006, 11:21 PM   #12663
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Lawton, don't worry about Pookyt, I got the brother hooked up as soon as I hear from his ass!!
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Old 10-05-2006, 11:22 PM   #12664
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I got his number. You can call and wake him up LOL... Im sure his wife wouldn't mind. Its an rc emergency.
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Old 10-05-2006, 11:25 PM   #12665
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Nah, I would not do that to him. I have a chassis here that he can have as soon as he calls with an address to send it to.
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Old 10-14-2006, 11:39 AM   #12666
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Final placings for the STCC note there is 3, JRX-S's in the top 10
Well done To Ben (J A M I N ) for winning

1 Ben Rayment Coastal JRX-S
2 Steven Moore Maritime Mi2 EC
3 Richard King Southend BD
4 Paul Upton kettering mcc JRXS
5 Wayne Palmer Maritime Mi2 EC
6 Chris Condon Colchester Cyclone
7 Malcolm Hall WLRC JRXS
8 Lee Hedges Southend T2
9 Richard White kettering mcc T2
10 Mark Buonaiuto Southend TIFK05

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Old 10-14-2006, 01:42 PM   #12667
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I had been against the JRXS since it's release. I just didn't like the way it looked. After buying Yeti's JRXS, tearing it down and putting a carpet setup on it I'm VERY IMPRESSED.

The car is very well thought out, the shocks are just friggin amazing. Everything is just the way it should be. I'm looking forward to getting it out on the track as soon as I get my 50# springs and 6* hubs.

Now Instead of looking at the new XRay or AE...It's going to be the Type R for me.
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I had been against the JRXS since it's release. I just didn't like the way it looked. After buying Yeti's JRXS, tearing it down and putting a carpet setup on it I'm VERY IMPRESSED.
Welcome to the darkside! As the old saying goes, "Looks aren't everything, it's the inside that counts". Enjoy.
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Welcome to the darkside! As the old saying goes, "Looks aren't everything, it's the inside that counts". Enjoy.
And NEVER go on a book by its cover is another
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just a thought here ...

One of the main reasons Losi developped the rear motor car is because of the torque generated by the low wind motors used today. But I'm using a BL system and I noticed the power torque generated by the BL is a lot less because of the lighter rotor used in BL motors. So wouldn't a front motor car with the new diffs and the longer arm suspension be an ideal BL car ?
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It was more like an ugly chic. You really don't want to ever get her undressed to see if she's got a hot body or not. LOL
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just a thought here ...

One of the main reasons Losi developped the rear motor car is because of the torque generated by the low wind motors used today. But I'm using a BL system and I noticed the power torque generated by the BL is a lot less because of the lighter rotor used in BL motors. So wouldn't a front motor car with the new diffs and the longer arm suspension be an ideal BL car ?
I have a new jrx-s kit up for sale for $265USD.
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just a thought here ...

One of the main reasons Losi developped the rear motor car is because of the torque generated by the low wind motors used today. But I'm using a BL system and I noticed the power torque generated by the BL is a lot less because of the lighter rotor used in BL motors. So wouldn't a front motor car with the new diffs and the longer arm suspension be an ideal BL car ?
Some of the new stuff is interchangeable and yes it may be better. I don't think it was a torque issue as much as no on power steering for mod motors from what I understand. I can't answer that for I only run stock and 19t so it is fine for what I run. In fact Todd told me the old arms can be used on the new car for a tuning options as well. I still like my old car and will keep one and still get a Type R.
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It was more like an ugly chic. You really don't want to ever get her undressed to see if she's got a hot body or not. LOL
Now that you know she has a hot body, wait till you can get her out for a drive!!
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Now Instead of looking at the new XRay or AE...It's going to be the Type R for me.
From what I understand the new AE is an Xray clone anyhow!!
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