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    hopups?

    If you were 2 buy hopups, which ones would u buy?
    also why would u buy them?

    i wanna get set up for jumping is there any hopups to do that?

    also i just bought dirthogs and Agitators will i need anything to mount them?
    Last edited by Racerkid06; 01-15-2006 at 05:55 PM.

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    glue!!! and buy rpm a-arms they are indestructable and have a lifetime warrenty also buy alumniam parts from neweramodles.com
    you have been infected by the amish comp virus but since the amish think computers are evil and donot have them this virus is based on the HONOR SYSTEM so delete all your files DELETE THEM NOW!!!!!!

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    Originally posted by KEVIN0971
    ...rpm a-arms they are indestructable and have a lifetime warrenty ...
    if they are indestructible, then why is a lifetime warrenty needed?
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    just in case they are just that good of a company
    you have been infected by the amish comp virus but since the amish think computers are evil and donot have them this virus is based on the HONOR SYSTEM so delete all your files DELETE THEM NOW!!!!!!

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    if their's a "just in case", then they are not indestructible
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    what do a-arms do? (im a noob) haah

    where can i buy them?

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    on the stock jato, a-arms are the plastic bits that hold the wheels on

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    so do i really need them for jumping or no?

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    i havent tried jumping, but i would say you would need aluminium ones.

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    thanks for ur help

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    no alum ones bend and are heavy but rpm are light and nearley unbreakable and have a lifetime warrenty
    you have been infected by the amish comp virus but since the amish think computers are evil and donot have them this virus is based on the HONOR SYSTEM so delete all your files DELETE THEM NOW!!!!!!

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    The RPM's are amazing, i havent broken one yet and I have jumped on BMX tracks...the new RPM front bumper is also great
    If your jato is grey, then you are a jatomachine

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    I would also go with revo shocks yellow all around becuase it helps with not bottoming out so much ... and also thicker shock oil ........

    thats what I use and it works great for jumping ... i jump at a bmx track just make sure your slipper clutch is set a little loose


    also moabs all around for the added ground clearance......
    big air /track jato&b4

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    Originally posted by jato2322
    I would also go with revo shocks yellow all around becuase it helps with not bottoming out so much ... ...
    bottoming out is a good thing...
    Last edited by superUEmaxx; 01-16-2006 at 01:03 AM.
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    buy my psp on ebay

    i can jump here to|------------->| here

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    he said this
    it helps with not bottoming out so much

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