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  1. #1
    RC Racer
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    Aftermarket wheelie bar?

    Is there a wheelie bar that I can use WITHOUT the rear battery compartment?

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    RC Racer
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    I'm guessing there is not? What about using a wheelie bar from a different model? Is there one that'll bypass the battery box?

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    Integy makes one http://www.integy.com/st_prod.html?p...003&p_catid=91 mounts to the chassis
    JATO, MERV, 4-TEC, & NITRO-VEE

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    This is the one I have been using for 6 years http://neweramodels.mybigcommerce.co...reinforcement/
    JATO, MERV, 4-TEC, & NITRO-VEE

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    RC Racer
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    Awesome guys. Thanks a lot!

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    RC Qualifier
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    yes check out the rlchobbies; http://rlchobbies.com/part275.html
    Quote Originally Posted by 1_handed_bandit_green View Post
    Is there a wheelie bar that I can use WITHOUT the rear battery compartment?

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    RC Racer
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    Some neat options.. THe rlc one looks great for speed runs.
    Newbie

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    RC Racer
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    To use the integy willy bar, without the rear battery box, and what is needed to hold the rear AArm pins in place

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    I final broke down and bought the RLC jato wheelie bar. Works great and its lighter then the others

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    build your own, ,


    Slash PE & Ja-two.

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    Why when its already done and on the rlc hobbie deal you can put a hump pack battery in the back for more traction. That deal there flexes from left to rite what good is that. Been there done that
    Quote Originally Posted by RC-Crazy View Post
    build your own, ,



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