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Old 05-23-2013, 03:22 AM   #391
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On the Xray T4, how many spacers are people using between the suspension arm and the lower shock eyelet so that the shock is vertical?
Sorry for the late answer, but work as been hard around here.

Front - 2mm up and down
Rear - 0mm up and 3mm down
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Old 05-25-2013, 07:15 PM   #392
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good start point is 3 holes 1.3mm 500 oil with hard short rebound spring
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I did tested today and I'm finding that the green front and rear spring were alittle to soft or the car rolled a little much for my taste..I didn't use the hard rebound spring ..will the reb. spring help or make the differance ?
Hole 3 X 1.3 with the 600wt
PS I had to moved the shock one hole upright in the rear to stop the rolling ..
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Old 05-27-2013, 11:45 AM   #393
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Thinking of trying them on my BD5, has anyone good experince with the T-shox on this car ?

And what type of oil and rebound spring shall I start out with.

I run only carpet and 17.5 blinky.

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Old 05-27-2013, 12:43 PM   #394
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I'm sorry, but I'm now waiting for month, is it really a way for me to have my defective shock body replaced?

I've posted here, contacted Andreas, re-posted here, provided all the information...

I'm starting to be really disappointed...
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Old 05-31-2013, 01:17 PM   #395
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Anyone with experince with the T-Shox on a BD5wxi ??
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Old 05-31-2013, 02:34 PM   #396
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Hi Guys is there a place here in the US where order the shocks?
Or I have to order them from europe?
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Hi Guys is there a place here in the US where order the shocks?
Or I have to order them from europe?
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RC market have them with free shipping ..
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Any new news on the T Shox? Any updates on improvements, testing or whatever?
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Old 11-06-2013, 02:11 PM   #399
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hello, I have assembled these dampers and the materials are very good, but I have a little problem, the blue-rings rubber going down, when I squeeze it stays bastago braking and does not work well, neither rises nor falls well.

-ring rubber seal that use or have to put it?

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Old 11-12-2013, 08:33 PM   #400
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well after reading all the post...

i have decide to buy it...and hoping that all the part are in the box and their won't be any problem on building it...

i purchased from rc market since its the close to indonesia...

i have seen the shock work on titc where nick won the race....

anyway... hope it wotk great...

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Old 11-13-2013, 02:38 PM   #401
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hi guys, I solved the problem, now it works very very very good and very very soft as cushions, as it should be, working fine fine.

I replaced the blue by the boards together kyosho. cushions works great, I have to try on track, and I say something.

Blue boards changed, problem solved.

wear long dock in and doing very well. hpi and silver, which I have yet to try the outdoor yellow asphalt

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Hi Craig
I did tested today and I'm finding that the green front and rear spring were alittle to soft or the car rolled a little much for my taste..I didn't use the hard rebound spring ..will the reb. spring help or make the differance ?
Hole 3 X 1.3 with the 600wt
PS I had to moved the shock one hole upright in the rear to stop the rolling ..
try blue spring or 1.2mm 450 we been running 550\500 oil
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try blue spring or 1.2mm 450 we been running 550\500 oil
craig....just want to know what is the different using short/long/soft/hard rebound spring?

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hello, I've tried the t-shox. I've removed them azul10041 board up and down. I've put kysoho board and it works fine, the problem is that you lose a little oil over the bastago, I have to look for a better seal see what happens to oil leaking.

the problem I have is that in my car, took tshox raceberry and the remains of the car alanate high 7de 6.5 and up and that is very high.

some that have the same and have fixed?

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hello, I've tried the t-shox. I've removed them azul10041 board up and down. I've put kysoho board and it works fine, the problem is that you lose a little oil over the bastago, I have to look for a better seal see what happens to oil leaking.

the problem I have is that in my car, took tshox raceberry and the remains of the car alanate high 7de 6.5 and up and that is very high.

some that have the same and have fixed?

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