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Old 07-08-2012, 08:34 AM   #931
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Thanks a lot for the replies Joost and 2wdrive! Great Info.

Joost I have t-bars from a RC10L20 and a RC10L2 top plate, just need to get the bottom plate, haven't seen any on ebay, I'll keep hunting.



Thanks again.
I have plans for a l2 podplate from 3mm aluminium 7075 t6. When it is finished I will make some pics.

The nissan is 240mm
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Old 07-08-2012, 06:48 PM   #932
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I have plans for a l2 podplate from 3mm aluminium 7075 t6. When it is finished I will make some pics.

The nissan is 240mm
Cool will you make one more? i will buy it!

does the motor mount side work from an RC10L? I have the other plastic side.
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Old 07-09-2012, 01:33 AM   #933
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The RC10L and RC10LS motor bulkhead and left rear bulkhead are different and won't fit a RC10L2 lower pod plate.
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Old 07-09-2012, 05:40 AM   #934
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Alexander, I think he wants to put an L2 rearpod on the LS. He has almost all the parts exept the lower podplate...
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Old 07-12-2012, 04:56 AM   #935
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Default Ljaf Racing 235 rear end for X10

Our 235mm rear end conversion for the Xray X10 is now ready and tested.
Gives a very stable and quick car.

pictures on our site. Lajf Racing www.lajf.se
It will soon be in our shop.
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Old 07-13-2012, 06:14 AM   #936
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Alexander, I think he wants to put an L2 rearpod on the LS. He has almost all the parts exept the lower podplate...
Hey Guys, yes that's right, I have a complete RC10L20, and a L2 top plate, I looked at reducing the spacers on the motor side but it will mean the spur will hit the bottom plate...

Oh well, I can just run the Corally Nissan, I checked with the Australian dealer, they didn't even know it existed! so I will just import it. Is the Lola everyone talks about the Parma Lola? I think protoform make a Lola too...

Thanks a lot for your help Joost and 2wd, I really appreciate it!
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Old 07-13-2012, 06:35 AM   #937
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Mix Bodies makes a Nissan GTP (old hotbodies Nissan GTP). That body is even wider with 245mm at the back and 225mm in the front. As far as i know MIX is part of Corally Germany so maybe worth to check out if your dealer can import it.

I am not sure what lola you refer too but there are several lola's or nitro bodies people can use if it is allowed in your rules. http://www.rc-bodies.de/shop/index.p...=en&cPath=1_17
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Old 07-13-2012, 07:42 AM   #938
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Corally M.I.X has two different Nissan bodyshells, one is 205 mm width and the other is 235 mm:


http://www.corally.de/default.asp?ex...f=1&kat_id=964
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Old 07-13-2012, 01:19 PM   #939
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Our 235mm rear end conversion for the Xray X10 is now ready and tested.
Gives a very stable and quick car.

pictures on our site. Lajf Racing www.lajf.se
It will soon be in our shop.
I presume it is still the standard XRay dif?
Can the IRS axle and the diff cope with modified motors? (3.5-7.5T)

The car and the diff were made for WGT racing, that is for use of rather "slow" motors, like 13.5T and 17.5T.

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I presume it is still the standard XRay dif?
Can the IRS axle and the diff cope with modified motors? (3.5-7.5T)

The car and the diff were made for WGT racing, that is for use of rather "slow" motors, like 13.5T and 17.5T.
IRS stuff has been around for years and used for everything from dustbuster motors to full mod oval cars. I've run 7 cell 9T on IRS axles before.
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Old 07-13-2012, 02:34 PM   #941
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In Germany they run 6T delta motors with those axles so yes they are up to the job at hand
If you use a IRS axle you won't be running the Xray diff

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In Germany they run 6T delta motors with those axles so yes they are up to the job at hand
If you use a IRS axle you won't be running the Xray diff

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http://lajf.se/en/produktnytt/lajf-r...235mm-bakvagn/

Are you sure this isn't the XRay diff?
I thought they used the IRS axle, but with the XRay diff.

I will also ask Lajf.
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No it isn't the Xray diff.
The Xray diff hasn't got a long right diff hub as pictured at Lajf site.
The short left hub has 2 srews to secure it to the axle like the IRS hub has.
So if you buy those parts why not use the whole IRS axle kit like in the pictures.
I myself would have bought the black kit but that is because i love colorcoding
They do use the Xray motorpod plates with a longer connection tube at the rear.

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http://lajf.se/en/produktnytt/lajf-r...235mm-bakvagn/

Are you sure this isn't the XRay diff?
I thought they used the IRS axle, but with the XRay diff.

I will also ask Lajf.
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No it isn't the Xray diff.
The Xray diff hasn't got a long right diff hub as pictured at Lajf site.
The short left hub has 2 srews to secure it to the axle like the IRS hub has.
So if you buy those parts why not use the whole IRS axle kit like in the pictures.
I myself would have bought the black kit but that is because i love colorcoding
They do use the Xray motorpod plates with a longer connection tube at the rear.

regards Roy
The Lajf widening rear is for use with the IRS axle,

no Xray parts in the rear axle.
with the widning the only xray parts left are the motorpod side parts of aluminium
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What i said

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The Lajf widening rear is for use with the IRS axle,

no Xray parts in the rear axle.
with the widning the only xray parts left are the motorpod side parts of aluminium
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