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Old 11-08-2019
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B4 would be fun but not competitive on Astro/Carpet, everything quick is mid or forward motor now.

You might get decent money for it if it's NIB, vintage is a massive scene and NIB B4 would be getting rarer by the day I think?
Good thinking Andrew, any idea what they go for NIB B4 Stealth team Kit? Might fund a Schumacher Cougar Laydown!!!
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Default My recent acquired Schumacher CAT K2 off of Ebay

Pics are off of the auction, will update new ones when I get a chance!

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Old 18-08-2019
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Hi Guys

I tried posting the Pics but just seems to insert the links, any idea how to place the pics in the post??

Cheers
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The images are not appearing as your BB codes are not correct. You should use the text from photobucket in the direct box and put it in the


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Which would look like this:-

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Hi Pierro

Thanks buddy actually thinking about it I actually do have a AE RC10 B4 Stealth NIB in my collection and wondered if it would still be somewhat competitive for a 2wd class on Astroturff????
I ran a T4.1 and a Kyosho SCR on EOS (high grip) these are both rear motor, it's a pain to drive. Mid motors are so easy to drive (less understeer in braking and accel) and give a lot of fun !

Keep your B4 for vintage class, and run for fun with it !
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K2 very safe and easy car to drive, does have a tendency to push in corners especially if it has the original rear end fitted, fit the wider conversion with the standard rear shock mount and it makes the car very forgiving. Also if you can find one put FAB in for the front belt(mine used to skip if braking to hard). Be very choosy were you put the electrics, can be tight.
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the only bad thing (I ran a B44.3 last year) is the saddle lipo configuration. I bought packs and now I can t use them in my SC6 an RZ6.

Have fun with it !!
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the only bad thing (I ran a B44.3 last year) is the saddle lipo configuration. I bought packs and now I can t use them in my SC6 an RZ6.

Have fun with it !!

Thanks Pierro

I think the K2 has a configurable battery placement so it can handle Shorty packs, saddle etc.

I think it's set for shorty or that it will be when I've sorted out the electrics I'm going to use
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K2 very safe and easy car to drive, does have a tendency to push in corners especially if it has the original rear end fitted, fit the wider conversion with the standard rear shock mount and it makes the car very forgiving. Also if you can find one put FAB in for the front belt(mine used to skip if braking to hard). Be very choosy were you put the electrics, can be tight.
Cheers Buddy

I've hear about the rear conversion is a must:

https://www.modelsport.co.uk/schumac...roducts/417454

Also someone mentioned the 7.5 Yokes are also worth fitting at the front to counter the slight roll on understeer!

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K2 very safe and easy car to drive, does have a tendency to push in corners especially if it has the original rear end fitted, fit the wider conversion with the standard rear shock mount and it makes the car very forgiving. Also if you can find one put FAB in for the front belt(mine used to skip if braking to hard). Be very choosy were you put the electrics, can be tight.
Hi, can you explain why you would use the standard rear shock mount with the wide rear end please?
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Thanks Pierro

I think the K2 has a configurable battery placement so it can handle Shorty packs, saddle etc.

I think it's set for shorty or that it will be when I've sorted out the electrics I'm going to use
Perfect ! Enjoy it !
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Perfect ! Enjoy it !
Cheers bud, hoping to get it on the road soon!
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New corally. That will make a great addition to your vintage collection later for sure
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