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Old 09-12-2012, 07:55 AM
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I agree Brian!! I am amped about this chassis. I have been waiting for a car that was designed to have the servo up front like that. I'm gonna pull a slapmaster thrust bearing kit (of which I have 2) off one of my others cars and put it on this first thing! It will be my first upgrade. Good luck at the IIC by the way.
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Old 09-12-2012, 09:44 AM
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Thanks for the props! CRC is going to be very strong at IIC.
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Old 09-12-2012, 09:49 AM
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Originally Posted by b_recliner View Post
I agree Brian!! I am amped about this chassis. I have been waiting for a car that was designed to have the servo up front like that. I'm gonna pull a slapmaster thrust bearing kit (of which I have 2) off one of my others cars and put it on this first thing! It will be my first upgrade. Good luck at the IIC by the way.
I dont always run thrust bearings, but when i do......they're SLAPMASTER.
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Mario I believe this is what you are going for...

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Damn wish I had a carpet track closer to me.
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Hahahahahahahahaha
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So Can I convert my Xi to the XTi?
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Could use that as advertising right there
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Old 09-12-2012, 11:04 AM
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That's awesome, thanks guys. Mario; why do I still wake up every morning humming Disco Pogo and wondering where the blue mohawk dog buried the rubber fist? Therapy hasn't cleared that image up yet. IIC.... not far off now. Time for something new and disturbing.
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Originally Posted by Jochim_18 View Post
So Can I convert my Xi to the XTi?
Dumper should answer this, but I see too many unique parts for that to be practical. Stormers got the Xti listed for $180, start fresh! Don't poopoo your Xi, great car!
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Really like the look of this chassis.

Is the rear pod keyed for the ride hight or is that the reason for the ride height plates?

Also will the Fut 9650 need to have an ear chopped off to fit too?
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Originally Posted by tim fry View Post
Really like the look of this chassis.

Is the rear pod keyed for the ride hight or is that the reason for the ride height plates?
Nope.
Also will the Fut 9650 need to have an ear chopped off to fit too?
Yes that's what Dumper said he did on his.


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Originally Posted by EricF View Post
Yes that's what Dumper said he did on his.


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I thought he said 3650 was the one he used. Can a a servo be fitted the normal way around or is there not enough room?
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i need to get the fist cleaned up for its vegas debut. don't worry, it'll be there, when and where you least expect it. looking forward to wrecking smyka's junk with it.

i dont always use a rubber fist.......but when i do, its with bodine.
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Originally Posted by tim fry View Post
I thought he said 3650 was the one he used. Can a a servo be fitted the normal way around or is there not enough room?
Read the original link all of your questions are answered in the link.
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