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Old 09-30-2011, 07:17 PM   #16
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didn't mean it like that buddy. doesn't look like anybody here has tried the conversion and i'm as keen as you to know how well it works cause the xray looks like a nice kit. if you bite the bullet and pick one up let us know what you think
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Old 05-31-2016, 11:53 AM   #17
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Form my X10 2015
With CRC Extenssion

To the rear the maximim i tested without problems is + 3 mm shim on both side of the pod.

Remember the Xray X10 2015 use a steel axel who is make a big difference as a carbon shaft
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Old 05-31-2016, 12:30 PM   #18
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Iīm sorry to say but this conversion kit is BS. I know several drivers who tried this conversion on the CRC car but all of them had very big problems with vibrations what killed the spur in very short time.
Maybe this works when running 1S battery and 17.5T motor but the reason for running 235mm car usually is when you want running 2S batteries and modified motors or at least 10.5T.
A real 235mm car has a wide pod what supports the rear axle much better than the narrow pod also you donīt need these adapters which make the vibrations even worser.
+1 buy a dedicated car, the CRC hubs are not a good solution, and any imbalance at the wheel is amplified with the extensions. Take it from the European Pro10 racers, where most run custom chassis etc. they are the ones pushing the Pro-10 envelope, Hatzenbach, Vorlon etc.
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