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Old 10-08-2009, 11:02 AM   #6766
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looks like there is some Flex screws under it little like the Xray
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Old 10-08-2009, 12:12 PM   #6767
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Hi,

I'm probably not the forst one who asks it but do you have a good setup for a quite tight carpet indoor track? (13,5 lipo)

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Old 10-08-2009, 12:19 PM   #6768
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Go to Tryhards site and get Oli M last setup, good for tight carpet rubber tire.
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Old 10-08-2009, 12:29 PM   #6769
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Hi,

I'm probably not the forst one who asks it but do you have a good setup for a quite tight carpet indoor track? (13,5 lipo)

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PM me your email address and i will give you Ronald Bestmans AMCC set up

it was on RAILS
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Old 10-08-2009, 12:33 PM   #6770
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looks like there is some Flex screws under it little like the Xray
Not sure they are flex screws... more mounting points for the old front bulkheads...
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Not sure they are flex screws... more mounting points for the old front bulkheads...
but there is LOADS of them

is there that many on the WE ???
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Old 10-08-2009, 12:37 PM   #6772
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It sure looks like the new motor mount will bolt right up to the WE. What's different about the top deck? I see it listed as a new part, but...
Screw positions at the rear are different. Current car has the middle two close together, new one has the rear most two close together... goes with putting two screws in the rear lower bulkhead rather than the current one
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but there is LOADS of them

is there that many on the WE ???
Yup... got my WE in front of me and I count 31 screws underneath.. never realised it was so many until I counted..
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It sure looks like the new motor mount will bolt right up to the WE. What's different about the top deck? I see it listed as a new part, but...
The hole pattern is different in the rear of top deck. It is also slightly longer in the rear to reach all the way back to the rear upper bulkhead on the X. This is also how you could distinguish that the trf team have run the diff 1.8 mm further back for the last year, there was always a gap between the topdeck and rear upper bulkhead that didnt come from filing.
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The hole pattern is different in the rear of top deck. It is also slightly longer in the rear to reach all the way back to the rear upper bulkhead on the X. This is also how you could distinguish that the trf team have run the diff 1.8 mm further back for the last year, there was always a gap between the topdeck and rear upper bulkhead that didnt come from filing.
Ahh, good observation, thanks.

Is our thread due for another title update?
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Never mind. Still no mention of the 20t pulleies though. I don't think that top shot of the Japan car is the X, the motor mount doesn't look like the 1mm of machined mount that others have posted, or am I wrong?
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Never mind. Still no mention of the 20t pulleies though. I don't think that top shot of the Japan car is the X, the motor mount doesn't look like the 1mm of machined mount that others have posted, or am I wrong?
I think it is, top deck at the rear gives it away. Motor mount machining I think might be hidden underneath the top deck.

Think your right on the pulleys though, still look like the 18's :0
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PM me your email address and i will give you Ronald Bestmans AMCC set up

it was on RAILS
Send me that setup too. PM sent thanks.
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i still think there is not enough differances for me to commit to buy one yet

if it comes with seperate mounts and 20 tooth middle pulley and black diff and spool pullys them maybe it would convince me

or if they call it the Jilles Edition instead of the X
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