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Run this for a year now and a mighty impressive beast it is too! I feel there are going to be a few more of these around next year!

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A couple with the shell on....



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These do look really nice,i bought an Xray last week but it will be going back up for sale and be replaced with one of these,i knew i should of waited
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These do look really nice,i bought an Xray last week but it will be going back up for sale and be replaced with one of these,i knew i should of waited
Hi Jason,

The one shown in these photos (Green one) is for sale! 1 year old and in super condition. PM me if you're interested.

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Hi Jason,

The one shown in these photos (Green one) is for sale! 1 year old and in super condition. PM me if you're interested.

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Here's a few pictures my SB401 Build.
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First time out with the 401 yesterday and it's such an easy car to drive quick,very responsive and very good over the bumps,without doubt the first time in 2 seasons i have enjoyed running a 4wd car.

For those who have bought one you won't be disappointed
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Here's a few techie pictures and a couple of finished ones with Kev Lees shell on. Superb car to build and it looks soooo good when it's finished. Handsome beast!












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Looks great! Look forward to getting ours!
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anyone offer any advice or help with a carpet setup?

have about 6 or 7 indoor rounds left, really want to play with the 401 in the new year

totally new to 4wd buggies

centre slipper not available so I assume that Im looking at 100k oil in centre diff??

I havent a clue LOL

be great to start with something that works half decent
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anyone offer any advice or help with a carpet setup?

have about 6 or 7 indoor rounds left, really want to play with the 401 in the new year

totally new to 4wd buggies

centre slipper not available so I assume that Im looking at 100k oil in centre diff??

I havent a clue LOL

be great to start with something that works half decent
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hi mate i would start with 200k if you need any other advice drop me a pm

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Oh. So sorry. Didnt realise you also drove the 4wd






Hangs head in shame lol.
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anyone offer any advice or help with a carpet setup?

have about 6 or 7 indoor rounds left, really want to play with the 401 in the new year

totally new to 4wd buggies

centre slipper not available so I assume that Im looking at 100k oil in centre diff??

I havent a clue LOL

be great to start with something that works half decent
Hi Tony, just to let you know John will have the Slipper Assemblies in stock when the kits arrive at RC Octane
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oh gee thanks...

thats my wallet good and proper hammered LOL

been an expensive month LOL
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Oh. So sorry. Didnt realise you also drove the 4wd






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Yeah mate anything you need to know just ask away like the 2wd lol
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just about to build my 401.better late than never.it will only be doing 3 meetings through summer on astro.what shock/diff oils are recommended?also wondered about putting centre slipper in too?would this benefit as i have minimal knowledge on geared diffs.thanks.
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