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Sprint Flux 2
#11
I would keep the stock plastic parts. No need to upgrade to aluminum.

As I aside before front CVD's are a must for high angle applications.

There is a "Sakura D3 Mod" for the sprint 2. What it does is replace the stock A-Arms, steering knuckles, C hubs and steering bellcrank to parts from the Sakura D3 to get 50 to 55 degrees of steering angle.

I have no clue how to do it, but I'm sure some googling will fix that.
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#12
There is blog on it thanks to Madhouse. They only have a parts list and some photos, no step by step.
3Racing Sakura D3 WIP thread
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(06-27-2014, 03:28 PM)DeadLeg Wrote:  There is blog on it thanks to Madhouse. They only have a parts list and some photos, no step by step.

The post on madhouse is awesome!!
There is another really good one on here as well it's this guy "boorito" and he did one hell of a job on his sprint..
The sakura D3 Mod is pretty easy if you have ever messed around w/ r/c or are somewhat mechanically inclined. Check the link below!!

http://forum.driftmission.com/Thread-boo...i-sprint-2
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