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Old 05-01-2012, 06:54 AM   #2356
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does the exotek chassis part# exo1105 work with the t3 2012[/QUOTE

it would work but you will be going back to the old t3 t311 servo setup...
i have 2 of em...as well as a used smokem
i also have a new genuine t311 chassis just sitting around also....
no need for them now as i have the vbc conversion kit
what vbc kit did u get?
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Old 05-01-2012, 07:04 AM   #2357
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what vbc kit did u get?
the f version...

http://www.vbcracing.com/main.html#/t32fvbc.html
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Old 05-01-2012, 07:06 AM   #2358
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Need a FDR for 13.5 blinky .....anyone have a rough idea?
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Old 05-01-2012, 07:06 AM   #2359
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Anyone have tested new composite arms? What is the difference between new arms and "old" original arms?
I have tested the new arms outdoors on asphalt, they appeared to be more responsive and carried more cornerspeed but felt slightly more difficult to drive.

They are lighter and stiffer than the standard arms.
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Old 05-01-2012, 07:11 AM   #2360
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Need a FDR for 13.5 blinky .....anyone have a rough idea?
4.6ish
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Old 05-01-2012, 07:15 AM   #2361
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Thanx Josh......When are you coming to Leisure Hours to play?
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Thanx Josh......When are you coming to Leisure Hours to play?
Soon I hope.
I'm trying to find someone to carpool with.........its a good $60 in gas to roll my truck down there.
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Old 05-01-2012, 07:47 AM   #2363
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Soon I hope.
I'm trying to find someone to carpool with.........its a good $60 in gas to roll my truck down there.
I'm feelen u on the gas thing.....

Thanx for the info.....hope to see ya over here soon....it's a blast!!
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I have tested the new arms outdoors on asphalt, they appeared to be more responsive and carried more cornerspeed but felt slightly more difficult to drive.

They are lighter and stiffer than the standard arms.

Ok thanks,

They are much harder than the original arms?
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I'm feelen u on the gas thing.....

Thanx for the info.....hope to see ya over here soon....it's a blast!!
Time to switch to Diesel. Put the V8 out to pasture.
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[QUOTE=Espo;10676279]Need a FDR for 13.5 blinky .....anyone have a rough

Hey espo look at this one a little under 4 http://forum.teamxray.com/xform/inde...setup=t3_2012;)
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Exclamation Problems with Spec r diff

installed the Spec r gear diff but having problems with car movement. looks like the factory dog bones are pushing in to far .. any one had this problem with the spec r gear ?
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installed the Spec r gear diff but having problems with car movement. looks like the factory dog bones are pushing in to far .. any one had this problem with the spec r gear ?
You need to switch to 50 mm bones!
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This may be a dumb question, or maybe the answer is more an opinion. But I just put a chassis protector on the bottom of my 2012 and was wandering if i should cut out all the holes such as the pulleys and spur gear ect. or should i leave them closed up to help keep some dirt out of the car? Thanks!
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This may be a dumb question, or maybe the answer is more an opinion. But I just put a chassis protector on the bottom of my 2012 and was wandering if i should cut out all the holes such as the pulleys and spur gear ect. or should i leave them closed up to help keep some dirt out of the car? Thanks!
You will have dirt on the top of those area's. I would cut them out.
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