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  • About easyryder
    1/8 buggy racer have time for one only
    beverage tech
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    XRAY XB9. Rubber tires with foam inside and super glue to keep them on. Cheap, but fast radio, high dollar servos, savox, mostly.
    Cheap .21 engine. Modern starter box, finally!


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  • Join Date: 04-04-2006
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  1. lsbully
    04-15-2010 11:54 AM - permalink
    Hey Easy, I have been following your report on the JL .21 for some time now. I am just about to purchase one for my Hyper7, getting it from Nitrohouse, but wanted to make sure what glo plugs to get. I also have a dynamite 086, and a jp2 pipe. What are your thoughts?
  2. easyryder
    10-06-2009 07:26 AM - permalink
    Never heard of that happening, I would heat the block up to 250 degrees and use oring pic to pull out.
  3. Gilley11
    09-29-2009 01:37 PM - permalink
    someone said you might be able to help me. How does one remove the plastic insert from the block thats around the carb in a dynimite 21. my carb pulled out but that sleave is still in there and it has a crack where the steel collets pinch and hold it in place.
  4. builtb16a
    08-12-2009 08:46 PM - permalink
    im interested in a couple sets of skid plates for my 1/8 truggy. its not listed on your site.. xtm 1/8th scale sxt truggy. i can send templates and confirm there food when i recive for future orders. let me know if your interested?
  5. 01-20-2009 12:38 PM - permalink
    Whats up Easyryder? Im so stoked there is someone else out there who is totally stoked and excited as I am about the Z-Car. I just bought mine at the Hobby People for $200!!!! You cant beat that! Anyway, I'm in the process of doing my set-up and plan on racing it tonight. Do you have any info on whats a good set-up for this car especially for the track at Hot Rod Hobbies in Saugus, Ca. In case you've never heard of it, the track is high bite, blue groove, tight and usually has really good traction. I would not consider it a "blown-out" type of track. No loose dirt and not rutted. In fact, its very smooth with lots of turns, one straight away and several jumps. I hope my description of the track helps you in suggesting a possible set-up for my car. Thanks for your time buddy! Go ZCAR!!

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