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Old 01-28-2015, 08:22 AM   #6826
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Pic of xray taken at the eos race in Europe.
still off looking at the picture..

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Old 01-28-2015, 08:34 AM   #6827
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Pic of xray taken at the eos race in Europe.
the gap between the arm and the bulkhead is greater on the right side.
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Obviously the picture isn't to scale, but the dimensions show that there is still a difference side to side.
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Team drivers are also using this improperly milled suspension holder? Wouldn’t you think the pro level racers would be concerned with this?
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Old 01-28-2015, 09:23 AM   #6831
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Team drivers are also using this improperly milled suspension holder? Wouldn’t you think the pro level racers would be concerned with this?
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Could not agree more about posting the review, I just did on Amain.
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Old 01-28-2015, 12:22 PM   #6833
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Here is a solution for our problem. Not the best (new Xray part for free) but...
Take the hanger form Team C tm2 V2. With a bit of Dremel it will be fit.
The distance from the screws is exact the same . The insert space is 0.1mm wider, but ok, the inserts from Team C have the same size like Xray.
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Here is a solution for our problem. Not the best (new Xray part for free) but...
Take the hanger form Team C tm2 V2. With a bit of Dremel it will be fit.
The distance from the screws is exact the same . The insert space is 0.1mm wider, but ok, the inserts from Team C have the same size like Xray.
Good find! So the xray inserts fit the team c hanger? I wonder if the front hanger will fit too.
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Here is a solution for our problem. Not the best (new Xray part for free) but...
Take the hanger form Team C tm2 V2. With a bit of Dremel it will be fit.
The distance from the screws is exact the same . The insert space is 0.1mm wider, but ok, the inserts from Team C have the same size like Xray.
It looks like you're putting it on a '14 correct? Because in the pic it looks like there is a plastic spacer underneath, while on the '15 they made a +2mm brace and got rid of the spacer, so the insert holes would presumably end up 2mm lower on a '15 if you used that part...........
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Good find! So the xray inserts fit the team c hanger? I wonder if the front hanger will fit too.
Yes, the insert from Xray have 5.9mm, the Team C also.
The rear front hanger (RF) don't fit! its not the same distance between the screw's
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Pic of xray taken at the eos race in Europe.
Looks like they were running a spacer under the gearbox as well, no?
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The +2 Xray brace definitely looks like the inserts are a bit higher than the centerline of the screw holes in comparison to that Team C one.

BTW, where do you get parts for Team C, I looked quick on the few places I shop and saw nothing....?
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It looks like you're putting it on a '14 correct? Because in the pic it looks like there is a plastic spacer underneath, while on the '15 they made a +2mm brace and got rid of the spacer, so the insert holes would presumably end up 2mm lower on a '15 if you used that part...........
No its the '15 car on the picture. this is what i mean with Dremel.
Mill the 2 noses away with a Dremel and it will fit.
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The +2 Xray brace definitely looks like the inserts are a bit higher than the centerline of the screw holes in comparison to that Team C one.

BTW, where do you get parts for Team C, I looked quick on the few places I shop and saw nothing....?
Yes the insert position from Team C is 0.5mm lower.
The Part is available by Eurorc Part Nr. 04130
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