what upgrade will you buy next?

dougstar

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want some of these:love:(y):cool:
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These are heavy duty brakes for the Losi 5ive. Properly vented, these brakes will last longer and provide more consistent grip. With these sealed and booted brake discs, we can now grease the drive cups and shafts for the center diff, greatly reducing the wear on the drive cups and the drive shaft pins on the Losi 5ive They are sold in a set with: 2 brake discs 2 boots (HPI Baja boots cut to length) 2 high temp (Viton) o-rings 3 zip ties (1 extra spare)
 

Whoduh

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To be honnest.....I don't know how long I've had them. Picked them up from my local hobby shop a while back(at least 2yrs ago)....i'll take some pics of the condition tomorrow....i ain't goin' out to my garage right now....too comfortable laying in front of the fireplace....might even sleep here if my wife doesn't kick me and tell me to go to bed when she walks by.
 

Whoduh

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Lost the boots...probably about 1yr ago????..don't remember when that happend either.....maybe i should try to replace them..🤔

I did the ball point pen spring mod thing back when I installed the brakes.

The Disks DEFINITELY have some wear on them but they still work fine.

Front.
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Rear.
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I can pull them off the truck to get a better look if you want....but thats gonna have to wait till tomorrow.
 

Z.hb71

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Manvel, Texas
Wow...that thing is HUGE!!!!
(insert the "Thats what she said" joke)
:LOL::LOL: everthing is bigger with a 70cc, i was surprised too when I got the first crank, now im used to it and when I look at the smaller engine internals im like "awwww its so cute and small!" :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::LOL:
 

Seandonato73

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Ok I got a comparison for ya. 5.9l cummins engine block I was rebuilding for a customer. The connecting rod leaning against it is out of a v16 wakasha.
 

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