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    CAN ANYONE CAN EXPLAIN ME THE DIFRENCE BETWEN THS SB AND THE GV LINES CAN OF CONFUSSING IF THERE IS ANY;
    AND WHAT SHOULD BE THE NEEDED UPGRADE TO CONVERT A GV2 RTR INTO GV2 PRO

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    RE: GV2

    The Gv line is a 2wd buggy and the Sb series is a 4wd buggy.

    The convert the GV2 RTR to a GV2 Pro you will need (I don't know all of but I do know some it). Adjustable turnbuckles, ball diff, slipper clutch setup, threaded shock bodies to name a few. Your better off buying the Pro version as it would be cheaper in the long run. Converting at RTR to Pro versions from any company is the more expensive way to go.
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