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Old 27-11-2014
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Default BRCA rule for 4wd - 2wd conversions?

What do you have to do to be able to race a 4wd car at a BRCA regional/national in the 2wd class?

Can you just take the front driveshafts out or is it more complicated than that?
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Yes remove the front ujs and its sound to use
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which 4wd buggy drives best in 2wd?
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Ive seen a sworkz go as good plus heard the officials sounding concerned and inspected it as it was going very well.
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The xray must be good in 2wd as the made basically the same car and sold it as both but the Schumacher k1 is almost the same as a kf
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