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Old 10-01-2007, 05:13 PM   #1
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Default Diff between Xray T2 Us and EU Spec?


Im about to go back indoors for RC again.
Im going to race onroad and was looking on fleebay for a T2 Us spec car.
All i found were the EU specs cars.

Is the only difference between the US and EU cars the thickness of the chassis' or is there some other litte tweeks for it.

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main difference is the chassis and upper deck. Top is thinner and narrow on the EU. The carpet spec is a thicker, chassis and the top is wider and a little thicker. The multi-flex chassis is like the original T2, but the US doesnt have the "ears" under the bulkheads. The EU has the multidiff in the front and US has a standard ball diff in the front. I think that is the main differences, that I can remember.
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