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Old 01-16-2008, 08:41 PM   #16
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Same here. My friend was having good luck, till the state race. We needed to step up the pace and thats when the real breakage starts. I heard of the rear brace breaking also it seems. I seen other car taken also, but some just seem to take the same hits and keep going.
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yeah i was really suprised to see the beating my rc8 took..
the only thing i had issues with were the center diff internals
come to find out in order to handle a 4 hp brushless motor . the small spider gears on the crosshairs need an extra shim behind each one.

the diff gave out when i was flipping and id punch it to try and recover.. when all four wheels touched down.. by by diff..
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