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diff pignon ,diff central ,chassis alu et y a meme la place pour le reservoir.Sont fort chez asso.

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avant diff a billes c'était pour les voiture de compét now diff a pignon .... c est une mode ou ca marche vraiment mieux parce que diff a pignon c était loisir...:eyes on fire:

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B44.3 Factory Team

1:10 Scale 4WD Electric Off Road Competition Buggy Kit

3-Time I.F.M.A.R. World Champion & 4-Time R.O.A.R. National Champion!

The RC10B44 has created a winning legacy with three I.F.M.A.R. World Championships, four R.O.A.R. National titles, and countless regional wins to its credit! Since winning the 2013 I.F.M.A.R. World Championships, the designers behind the doors of Area 51 set out to further improve the B44 and take it to an even higher level of performance.

Enter the RC10B44.3 Factory Team Kit, the latest evolution of Team Associated’s 1:10 4WD electric off road competition buggy. The most significant changes are found on the new hard-anodized aluminum chassis, which helps lower the center of gravity to improve handling and durability. The chassis has been designed to have symmetrical torsional flex to improve handling consistency — the new floating motor mount, floating servo mount, and chassis machining help to provide the desired flex symmetry.

Power and traction have continued to improve, so the B44.3’s drivetrain has been built up and refined to keep up with the demand of today’s high-traction off-road tracks. A set of four precision CVA’s transfer the power from the gear differentials via ball bearings throughout the car.

Now the B44.3 is even more adaptable to multiple racing conditions with the adjustable weight bias feature. Weight bias can be significantly altered by using either the front motor configuration with a saddle pack or the rear motor configuration with a shorty pack. The B44.3 is also backwards compatible with the previous generation VTS slipper clutch (not included) and ball differentials (not included), making the B44.3 extremely versatile and adaptable to any track condition.

Factory Team V2 12mm big bore shocks have improved smoothness, improving suspension travel and increasing overall traction. Lastly, the B44.3 comes with the latest JConcepts Finnisher X-Flow body and AE 6.5” high downforce wing.

The RC10B44.3 has been given all of the design advantages that only a winning pedigree like Team Associated can provide. If you are ready to take your 1:10 4WD off-road program up to the next level, the B44.3 is ready to take you there!

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date de sortie ?

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Bonjour,

Du coup avec le diff central à la place du slipper est-ce que les couples coniques ne risquent pas trop de souffrir?

Je me souviens que sur mon B44 premier du nom, j'avais tendance à en casser beaucoup, était-ce un problème connu ou que je les calais mal?

merci

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t auras une transmission avec gros couple en acier et diff a pignons ca devrait etre costaud

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le diff va absorber les chtounzes dans la trans comme le faisait le slipeur.

Et je suis d'accord... l'avant sur cette caisse c'etait a reserver a l'elite (tiges amortos...) qui tape pas.

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I actually pointed out two ends of the spectrum where, on some high bite dirt (sugared) or carpet tracks some guys have preferred the extra weight because it forces the tires to try and do more work and can lead to a more understeer-ish car and make it easier to drive. However,I think for most medium bite to high bite a shorty will be standard setup, because as the grip goes up reduces the weight is a good way to reduce roll and heave, making the car a little more precise.

On the flipside a very low grip track may benefit from a car that is heavier to help generate more mechanical grip, although then the car could be more difficult to handle on corner entry after a high speed section (like a straight) and may push more due to the increased weight (or inertia).

One thing to consider as well that it isn't just as clean cut as saying more weight or less weight based on battery configuration because between the two the weight bias also changes a decent amount, with the saddle configuration being more rearward.

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salut,

question moteur, quel bobinage me conseillez vous pour une grande piste extérieure en terre s'il vous plait?

Merci

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Et je suis d'accord... l'avant sur cette caisse c'etait a reserver a l'elite (tiges amortos...) qui tape pas.

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salut,

question moteur, quel bobinage me conseillez vous pour une grande piste extérieure en terre s'il vous plait?

Merci

Un 6.5 me semble bien adapté.

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merci bien

et avec du timing variable ou avec un soft stock siou plait?

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Ca dépend de la marque du moteur. Si tu prends un moteur style LRP ou Orion tu auras beaucoup de watt sans timing.

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Ca dépend de la marque du moteur. Si tu prends un moteur style LRP ou Orion tu auras beaucoup de watt sans timing.

merci ;-)

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4wd Electric Bearing Sets for B44.3, D413, and 22-4

The ROAR National Champion Onyx Bearing line has expanded to outfit the 3 newest 4wd Electric buggies on the market. Get ready for the indoor racing season and outfit your Associated B44.3, Hot Bodies D413, or TLR 22-4 with a premium Schelle bearing set. As always, sets come in a re-usable snap case wrapped with the Schelle logo and graphics.

Onyx series Ball Bearings are the recommended upgrade bearings for any racer looking for improved performance and longer life. Onyx series bearings are built to reduce drag and come lubed with specialty grease. Onyx bearings have a lower starting torque which results in more power to the ground and longer run times. In addition, the split seal configuration gives the protection of the rubber seal against dirt on 1 side, and the reduced drag of the metal shield on the second side.

SCH2206 Associated B44.3 Bearing Set

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Si vous voulez pas galérer et redémonter votre diff je vous conselle le step 3 avant le 1, les roulements de diff ayant un diamètre interne inférieur aux diam externe des rondelles de calage des sorties de diff

si d'ailleurs qqun sait à quoi servent les grosses rondelles de calages livrées ( 13,4 X 0,2 X 5,25), moi je ne sais pas, la notice semble utiliser seulement les petites (9,50 X 0,2 X 5,25)

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Première victoire nationale pour le B44.3 ce week end a Vierzon pour la Coupe de France 2014 de TT1/10.

En effet, pôle et victoire finale de Ludovic Valtier "Valdo" aux commandes d'un B44.3 juste fini de monter.

Félicitations au pilote et superbe performance du nouveau 4x4 Associated.

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Bonjour,

Je viens de monter mon B44.3 (&er asso pour moi). J'ai une question au niveau du pignon. Je vais rouler avec un 6.5T et me demandait quelle pignon moteur mettre pour commencer ?

Merci pour le coup e main.

Cdt

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Salut sur le mien je suis en 20 pour un 5.5.

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