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Old 12-04-2012, 05:53 PM   #736
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Thanks for your support.

You have all you need... the Xti is very capable in stock trim, it is full tested and already proven (winning in many different hands). Just get out there and run some laps, the car is incredible. Just because we release optional and tuning parts, doesn't mean what we had before is useless. We are just giving racers options. We did plenty of testing including A-finals at the World Championships. As for that broken chassis with nose damage, return it, we will get you the revised stock unit.

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thats good to know my chassis and pod plate are broken i will be returning it for replacement
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I know the feeling dude I read the pages where they tore you a new one just because you we're asking about a servo saver ....that's why I said what I said ...nobody deserve to get spoken to like that ....especially on a tech forum where there's gonna be tons of newbs and guys asking tons of questions.
In their defense - I did spend a day running the car and with the use of Paragon in full, the fumes got to be so bad by the end of the day, I was running around the pits with a helmet on and nothing else but my BVDs... So I'm sure the years of using this product has done some damage to the brain...

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Is there an issue with the lower pod plate breaking? I've run my car a handful of times and the screw that holds the link ripped out and destroyed the plate. I'm new to 1/12 so I've hit some boards but not hard enough for that kind of damage. Is this a possible flaw or just the cost of doing business with 1/12?

Btw, I love the car!
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In their defense - I did spend a day running the car and with the use of Paragon in full, the fumes got to be so bad by the end of the day, I was running around the pits with a helmet on and nothing else but my BVDs... So I'm sure the years of using this product has done some damage to the brain...

Here is the video from it: Link

Lol haha ....loved that movie .
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Old 12-04-2012, 07:46 PM   #740
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thats good to know my chassis and pod plate are broken i will be returning it for replacement
Again, we just saw that CRC is a real racer manufacturer. I read other postings and never see the owners respond like Frank does. Thanks for your support to this hobby.

PS can I return my yellow tires, they are chunking, lol
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Old 12-04-2012, 08:50 PM   #742
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Can anyone post up an Orion r10 pro wired up?

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Old 12-04-2012, 09:19 PM   #743
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Hi,

Thanks for your support.

You have all you need... the Xti is very capable in stock trim, it is full tested and already proven (winning in many different hands). Just get out there and run some laps, the car is incredible. Just because we release optional and tuning parts, doesn't mean what we had before is useless. We are just giving racers options. We did plenty of testing including A-finals at the World Championships. As for that broken chassis with nose damage, return it, we will get you the revised stock unit.

Thanks again for chosing CRC.

Frank Calandra
so we cant send a broken one pack, and you will send the newer version to replace it?

thats awesome.. how do i start this process?
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Can anyone post up an Orion r10 pro wired up?

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Here is my xti with an Orion r10 1-2s
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Also, all the new chassis (stock, solid and altered) have been beefed up as we have had some chassis breakage in the body mount area. This has been more of a problem for those who do not use a bumper.

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is that the dirty dirla version?
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I said fasteners, not tools but it looks like I was wrong about that anyway. Somebody told me the rear wheel bolts were 2.75mm but I just looked it up and they are just 3x8s. oops.
The rear wheel screws are 4/40 x 3/8 cap head screws, not metric.
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so we cant send a broken one pack, and you will send the newer version to replace it?

thats awesome.. how do i start this process?
Send it back to us with a note explaining what happened. Include your name and address so we can ship you a new one.

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The rear wheel screws are 4/40 x 3/8 cap head screws, not metric.
I was talking about the Xray.
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Here is my xti with an Orion r10 1-2s
Thank you avink007!

I flipped the esc around. We'll see how it goes. I'll post pics but honestly the wiring isn't up to par at all.

Fun kit to build! Went together very well and I've never built a 1/12 scale before. Running it tonight for the first time so we'll see.
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is that the dirty dirla version?
the dirty dirla edition will be milled from 6 mill carbon.
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