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Old 08-04-2008, 03:41 PM
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Does anyone know where these can be purchased? Also, what all is needed for the small spur gear conversion? I would imagine new spur, and ring/pinion gears? Same as the buggy? Thanks a lot guys.
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Try "truggieracers.com", you can get the answers to
all of your BCE CRT questions and a way to contact Bill (BCE)
over on that site. Bill (BCE) has his own section on there.
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Old 08-05-2008, 01:14 AM
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Here is the web site to order the BCE Chassis

http://www.bcespeed.com/
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Thanks so much guys. Do you think there will be a noticable performance/wieght difference between a converted x1 pro with the BCE, SBB's, and small gear conversion compared to the new x2? Once again thanks for the helpful posts above.
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Thanks so much guys. Do you think there will be a noticable performance/wieght difference between a converted x1 pro with the BCE, SBB's, and small gear conversion compared to the new x2? Once again thanks for the helpful posts above.
yes there is a great difference between them the bce is fantastic great steering lighter then standard well worth the conversion i dont race just bash but this bce is the best upgrade i have done to it.
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You can pick up the motor mount on Ebay for around $25. Absolutely a great chassis and a lot cheaper than getting an X2. And the X2 is just a copy of the BCE as far as layout. The one nice thing on the X2 is the new fuel tank and there is already a post on the truggy racers forum about putting one in the BCE. You will not regret doing this upgrade.
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