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Old 01-08-2017
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Default difference between xb4 16 and 17

hi I'm looking to buy xb4 but want no what's the difference between the 2
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Old 02-08-2017
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Not a lot, different front tower and hard plastics. And a few little things, probably listed on the xray site.
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Old 05-08-2017
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hi I'm looking to buy xb4 but want no what's the difference between the 2
As mentioned the differences are; hard pastics, a arms and rear uprights, rear graphite chassis stiffener, graphite loating servo mount, new shock tower that has extra inner hole, shock pistons (1.6x2 front 1.7x2 rear), shorter shock springs mosly for indoor use to get the car to sit lower and 12mm wheel hexes.

Most people with a 16 had all the above changes apart from the front tower and rear chassis brace so the car is almost identical. Most of these changes take grip away, esp. for indoor use.

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So as the 16 got most the stuff the 17 already got
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Yeah the 16 is a good car
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Not out the box it does not
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