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Old 01-25-2011, 03:02 PM   #1
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Hi there I have a kyosho Gt I want to see if I can get some help I want to make it in to a gt2 and want to see if anyone has ever done the kind of thing I was thinking just to buy the gt2 chassis but don't know please help thanks
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Hi there I have a kyosho Gt I want to see if I can get some help I want to make it in to a gt2 and want to see if anyone has ever done the kind of thing I was thinking just to buy the gt2 chassis but don't know please help thanks
You will have to buy a GT2 chassis, front/rear center drive dogbones (or CVDs), and the longer body. You would be better off searching the different r/c forums to see if someone is selling a GT2 roller. If you go with the truggy chassis (which is the long chassis), you will need to buy the ST-R truggy chassis and then wider the hole where the center diff goes if you want to run the two-speed (the hole is only for the single speed diff).
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