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Old 11-23-2015, 03:28 PM   #9436
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I have xb4 '15 can i use the slipper for xb4 '16?
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Old 11-23-2015, 04:06 PM   #9437
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I have xb4 '15 can i use the slipper for xb4 '16?
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Old 11-23-2015, 04:10 PM   #9438
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Don't have the kit/manual yet. Do you have the part #s?
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Old 11-23-2015, 04:24 PM   #9439
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Congrats you will love the car it drives like a dream even compared to the 15. The only real part the car needs is the 12 degree caster blocks. Yeah it sucks having to drop that much $ on them but I took off almost half a second off my fastest lap by just adding the blocks with the same setup.
What affect does the 12 degree do that makes the car that much better
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Old 11-23-2015, 04:49 PM   #9440
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What affect does the 12 degree do that makes the car that much better
Less turn in less twitchy and more mid to exit steering.
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Old 11-23-2015, 05:31 PM   #9441
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Question regarding the ball diffs for the xb4, the option part. Are the balls and rings interchangeable (for servicing) with other manufacturers? The diff comes preassembled just wanted to check.
I don't think another manufacturers rings will fit but I believe you can use the 2.5mm schelle/avid diff balls. Also, not sure which one, but the xray diffs use an axial thrust similiar to what they sell as options as well.** I havent tried these parts, i just use the standard xray stuff so you'll have to check it out yourself as well.
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Old 11-23-2015, 05:55 PM   #9442
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Less turn in less twitchy and more mid to exit steering.
Yep that sums it all up very nicely. It changed the entire characteristic of the car. I was able to drive the car a lot harder into the corners. I have never had such a great affect made by a simple bolt on. Just sucks it's $90 bucks but I would spend that any day to make a car that much better.
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Yep that sums it all up very nicely. It changed the entire characteristic of the car. I was able to drive the car a lot harder into the corners. I have never had such a great affect made by a simple bolt on. Just sucks it's $90 bucks but I would spend that any day to make a car that much better.
You running those on clay or carpet
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You running those on clay or carpet
High bite carpet
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How u think they would do on clay
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How u think they would do on clay
I would think it would be great on med-high bite clay. I'll be running my car on a medium bite dirt track in the next few weeks.
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I've got a 15 and would like to get a body other than the stock X-ray body. Does anyone know where to get a aftermarket body for it?
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I've got a 15 and would like to get a body other than the stock X-ray body. Does anyone know where to get a aftermarket body for it?
The new 2016 body is a direct fit and looks really good. You should check it out.
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The new 2016 body is a direct fit and looks really good. You should check it out.
Cool thanks. I know the jcon body won't fit it's to short and I see a few different "wide" bodys but I'm not sure if that's what I need.
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Does anyone know what setup changes i would look at making to lose some initial steering, l am running the book setup on a low to medium grip track. Thanks
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