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    I did some testing with the pipe when the...

    I did some testing with the pipe when the designer was developing it. It does exactly what he states. You gain bottom end AND you gain top end. The whole idea of the adjustability is to get the...
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    I just checked out bukupowers website. There is...

    I just checked out bukupowers website. There is some cool information on there about exhausts and tuned pipes with some great animation showing how the sound waves and such work. Have never seen...
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    There is a new pipe that just hit the market. It...

    There is a new pipe that just hit the market. It is called Buku Power and is very similar to a cvec pipe in that it adjusts with an internal spring for max power throughout the powerband. The guy...
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    I use simple green or denatured alcohol and a...

    I use simple green or denatured alcohol and a small brush on most things. If it has oily residue or exhaust oil coating it I will use Non-chlorinated brake cleaner. Only $2 a can and works as good...
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    First off, the center diff does not replace the...

    First off, the center diff does not replace the tranny as s-maxx stated. It simply replaces the solid shaft that was in the tranny linking the front and rear driveshafts together. You still have...
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    I had this happen once before and took a while to...

    I had this happen once before and took a while to figure out. Did you pull the slipper clutch apart and remove the two dome shaped washers? When you put the washers back on they need to face each...
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    Another vote for Tony's here. Fellow racer and...

    Another vote for Tony's here. Fellow racer and great guy to deal with.

    Glenn
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    One of two things are happening: 1. Your...

    One of two things are happening:

    1. Your bearings are shot, especially the inner bearing which goes out pretty quick due to the size bearing.

    2. Your pillow balls are loose in the carriers and...
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    Unless you use aftermarket like the flextec. ...

    Unless you use aftermarket like the flextec.

    RD box uses the servo guards and chassis for alignment. Even if you are only running one servo, you should still keep the guard on there and several...
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    If you want a killer body that will last forever...

    If you want a killer body that will last forever go to www.majesticrc.com and get the one for the revo. It will last 10 times as long as a crowd pleazer or exciter. I don't usually pay for good...
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    That is because they have never tried the Dace...

    That is because they have never tried the Dace ones.

    Glenn
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    proline adapters stink. Dace is the bomb. Not...

    proline adapters stink. Dace is the bomb. Not opinion, fact. You can either spend a few extra dollars on proline, but stock up on stub axels or go with Dace and forget about it.

    Glenn
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    I actually went to Aerosticks for pushrods and...

    I actually went to Aerosticks for pushrods and turnbuckles and couldn't be happier. Last race had a guy fly a big double and hit me head on in the straight (insert very ugly thud here). Broke all 4...
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    binaryterror, The rear lunsford turnbuckles...

    binaryterror,

    The rear lunsford turnbuckles are known to bend in race conditions. I have sent several back myself. Never had one break, but the have an obvious bend to them after a weekend of...
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    RevoJake, Very nice reply. Those tips should...

    RevoJake,

    Very nice reply. Those tips should be put in a sticky somewhere so anybody that is having temp problems can systematically look for the problem. A+

    Glenn
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    Moderators, Please push for a grammar check on...

    Moderators,

    Please push for a grammar check on the forum LOL. You could set parameters so that more than 2 or 3 grammatical errors prevented the person from posting. Oh yea, must not be 2000...
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    Stainless steel screws are very soft and will...

    Stainless steel screws are very soft and will bend/break/strip. Stick with steel alloy and you will be good to go. Check out www.tonysscrews.com. He has a great product and great prices.

    Glenn
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    Yep, they are not called motor eaters for...

    Yep, they are not called motor eaters for nothing. Sell it on ebay and get a 1/8 scale filter assembly and shoe goo it to the stock neck and you will be good to go.

    Glenn
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    If you have a tight corner at the end of a long...

    If you have a tight corner at the end of a long straight all you need to do is let off the gas about 3/4 down the straight and allow you to make a nice smooth corner. If the track is slick at all...
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    My guess is that your posts are bent and that is...

    My guess is that your posts are bent and that is not allowing the bearings to slide up. Any slight bend and they will bind. You can use a pair of vice grips to get the posts out of the bulkheads...
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    Oh yea, nobody has mentioned that it makes a...

    Oh yea, nobody has mentioned that it makes a great handle for marshalls to grab in order to flip your truck back over. I have seen too many times where a marshall will grab the bumper and put their...
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    Yes it does help in racing, but biggest benefit...

    Yes it does help in racing, but biggest benefit by far is the wheelie bar aspect. I was showing the truck to some guys at work and I could drive it across the parking lot on just the rear wheels and...
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    In the hands of a good driver a truggy will...

    In the hands of a good driver a truggy will trounce a revo just about everytime.

    At the last round of the West Pro Series race in Canby Oregon, Roy from RD Racing got in 60 laps in 30 minutes and...
  24. RD, what if it is pre-heated prior to stamping to...

    RD, what if it is pre-heated prior to stamping to soften it and prevent cracking? Not a metalergist, but in my tiny brain it could make sense.

    Aluminum has a pretty low melt temp so shouldn't...
  25. Rumor was that the extended CF chassis is not...

    Rumor was that the extended CF chassis is not slated for release until late this year or early next. I wouldn't plan on it for this season anyway.

    Glenn
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