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  1. #1
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    new adjustable wheelie bar!

    look fantastic i know im getting one, when they become available.

    http://thetoyz.com/cart/thetoyz_deta...NI%20E%20REVO#
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    I might get one for high speed runs but I don't like the way that looks at all and it might be heavy for these little trucks

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    yer could be...
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    Sweet its free!! haha
    What am I supposed to write in 50 characters?

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    I will have to wait for actual photos. CAD imagery looks OK, but actual product may vary from current design. Also, the CAD imagery makes it appear to have hard edges and be made of metal. It's more likely to have rounded edges and be made of a polymer, right? Well, we'll see in time I guess!!!
    http://tinyurl.com/RokeyLounges-MERV

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    I saw this and signed up to be notified when it's available.. I am not holding my breath on a speedy release tho..

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    I've always hoped that they would make a set of wheels that mount to each corner of the wing...that would make a nice wide track for the wheels for stable wheelies, and would lengthen the life of the wing for sure!

    Edit.....I may try that on my own, I bet if I got a couple of those color-matched Traxxas wheelie bar wheels, 2 shoulder screws, washers & nuts....and drilled a few holes......hmmmmmmmm, or maybe glued a few strips of 1/8 plexi with the wheels mounted on them........
    Last edited by strykerpilot66; 07-23-2009 at 04:01 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RokeyLounge
    I will have to wait for actual photos. CAD imagery looks OK, but actual product may vary from current design. Also, the CAD imagery makes it appear to have hard edges and be made of metal. It's more likely to have rounded edges and be made of a polymer, right? Well, we'll see in time I guess!!!
    it says right there on the page made of aluminum

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmaxx225
    Sweet its free!! haha

    hahahahaha i kno $0.00
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    The wheel mounting point looks extremely fragile given the ratio
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    Quote Originally Posted by wants an ERBE
    it says right there on the page made of aluminum
    Ah, yes... my oversight. it does say aluminum. sounds good to me... polymer would bounce-back from a jump better, but aluminum is less likely to give from the smaller stuff.
    http://tinyurl.com/RokeyLounges-MERV

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    I was looking through my savage x ss parts and found an integy wheely bar ( before anyone says anything about it I know its a piece and is most of their product line, and i bought it before i knew ). After looking at it and lining it up with the revo , i think I can cut it to size and have it fit on the e-revo. Its gonna take a bit to machine it b/c it was origionally designed for the 1/8th scale MT but I am pretty sure I can make it work. I will post picts when I get a change to try it out. There are 2 options that you can for mounting from what I can tell. You could mount it over the bottom rear skid or mount it to the rear tower like the one from thetoyz. I just need to decide what format I want to try b/c once i cut it thats it.

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