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Old 06-07-2005, 12:22 PM   #256
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do you have a bumper for the Pro 4? If so, what does it look like? Thanks

The Pro4 bumper is a definite MUST HAVE. I have not broken a single part on my car since installing it. It's dense, light and fills the front of most bodies perfectly.
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Old 06-07-2005, 12:27 PM   #257
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The Pro4 bumper is a definite MUST HAVE. I have not broken a single part on my car since installing it. It's dense, light and fills the front of most bodies perfectly.
Thanks Ian / speedxl!!

What up Ian? You need to drag your ace out!!
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Old 06-07-2005, 12:36 PM   #258
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Thanks Ian / speedxl!!

What up Ian? You need to drag your ace out!!
Out where? I'm ready to run this weekend and have every intention of making my long overdue 1st appearance at Mid-Ohio RC on Sunday. Are you up for it, or are you running dirt?

Oh yeah, I wanna run Foam Tire MODIFIED. No stock or 19 turn please.
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Thanks guys, the bumpers have been awesome! Most of the factory guys are even making the switch

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Old 06-07-2005, 01:01 PM   #260
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Out where? I'm ready to run this weekend and have every intention of making my long overdue 1st appearance at Mid-Ohio RC on Sunday. Are you up for it, or are you running dirt?

Oh yeah, I wanna run Foam Tire MODIFIED. No stock or 19 turn please.
LOL, My butt will be in NC for a week of vac. I'd run some rubber no foamies on that rough lot. When I get back I should have my RB ride done and ready!

We can always hit the rug too???

I've ran some gas truck it's fun but of course traction is always a problem!!!
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I just installed my new p-dub bumper on my new X-Ray FK'05 and there is some extra space on top and the bottom and it doesnt fit too tight because it is not as thick as the original bumper. What should I do? Any Idea's
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[QUOTE=HRCRACER123]I just installed my new p-dub bumper on my new X-Ray FK'05 and there is some extra space on top and the bottom and it doesnt fit too tight because it is not as thick as the original bumper. What should I do? Any Idea's[/QUOTe

Take the old bumper trim it to the size of where it sits and slice it with a steak knife make sure you dont hurt yourself.

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LOL, My butt will be in NC for a week of vac. I'd run some rubber no foamies on that rough lot. When I get back I should have my RB ride done and ready!

We can always hit the rug too???

I've ran some gas truck it's fun but of course traction is always a problem!!!
Dude, Foams for one day wouldn't kill you would it? Rubber tires are LAME. I hate to waste my money on the stupid things. Unfortunately I have had to set-my cars up for asphalt due to my job, and the conversion back to rug settings is more than I'm willing to face until we get closer to carpet season.

We'll work something out, hit me up when you get back.
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Old 06-07-2005, 03:19 PM   #264
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I just installed my new p-dub bumper on my new X-Ray FK'05 and there is some extra space on top and the bottom and it doesnt fit too tight because it is not as thick as the original bumper. What should I do? Any Idea's
Should fit snug. The stock bumper will compress thus fitting tight, the new bumper won't compress that is why it is a bit thinner than stock. Check and make sure you have the bumper brace tight. Mine always fit perfect.

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wannabee, I need a coupla RDX bumpers. You got 'em? -JB
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Hey Jaybee, what are you running now?
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Hey bam, for now it's both the RDX & YOKE BD -jb
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Hey bam, for now it's both the RDX & YOKE BD -jb
Kewl, giving the FK05 a try.
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I just installed my new p-dub bumper on my new X-Ray FK'05 and there is some extra space on top and the bottom and it doesnt fit too tight because it is not as thick as the original bumper. What should I do? Any Idea's
HRCracer....Like wannabe stated, the bumper should fit snug and double check your bumper brace.
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Kewl, giving the FK05 a try.
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