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Old 11-14-2006, 08:07 PM   #1
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ttr eb4 s3 flat chassis advice

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is it a good idea to convert my eb4 s3 to a takin extended flat chassis.
how will this benefit me
what the price value like on this conversion
and what do i need.
currently my buggy is tuned mint with the current box chassis and handles the rough like no other. but ive heard the lfat chassis really compliments a good suspension set up
is this true and is this flat chassis harder to work on the starter box as it is much thicker?
who makes these chassi
and is it extended enough to convert to truggy in later life
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Old 11-14-2006, 11:04 PM   #2
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Interested in your question as well. I'm told that the longer chassis is better suited to rougher tracks. SO
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the flat chassis is design to make the S3 handle better in the rough. it has mre flex and it makes the buggy more forgiving. i beleve everyone is running the short flat chassis from TTR. if you get the converstion kit for it thats all you need.
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