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    are rpm products worth there money? i am looking to get some rpm suspention arms for my rusty. why wont the electric barring carriers work on nitro?
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    RE: rpm

    Rpm products are definatly worth it. They are industructable, and if you do somehow manage to break a part they are guarenteed.

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    RE: rpm

    how strong are they compaired to stock parts. i would go with alunimum, but its too expensive
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    RE: rpm

    aluminum will bend where as RPM stuff can return to their normal position

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    RE: rpm

    then im going with rpm[sm=biggrin.gif]
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    RE: rpm

    will i be able to use the electric berring carriers in a nitro truck?
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    RE: rpm

    Yeah, RPM stuff is definately much stronger. I actually wore out a set of front arms for my rc10gt. Some people say that they flex too much and mess with the suspension tune, but I personally feel that if you are putting enough stress on them to flex them, then you are operating outside the effective parameters of the suspension system and chassis. Plus, if you do make them flex...they come back to their original shape.
    I always knew it was a good idea to keep all this junk...If only I could find that part in all this junk...q;\\


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