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Old 10-09-2012, 06:16 AM   #526
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So probably no need for ECS shafts anymore

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not sure, I run my dual rates at 85% at the moment (so around 25-26 degree) and can still feel a pretty obvious difference with ecs shafts in, although there is nothing mechanical stopping the remaining 15% so you could possible be right. Time will tell.
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Old 10-09-2012, 06:34 AM   #527
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Guys, do you think that Xay will launch soon a "T4R", a cheaper version, as the T3R?
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Old 10-09-2012, 06:46 AM   #528
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The kit looks lovely. Same nice feeling as before but with that feel of innovation.

Everything went together with ease. Can't wait for a track test this Sunday. Ton of work in between now and then :/
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It's usually the C main. I'm just making some observations, perhaps I'm just completely wrong. I sure hope so, but yes feel free to put me on your ignore list. I'm not sure why people are taking what I say so personal. Who am I to you? lol Personal attacks are against the forum rules, but I guess rules don't apply. RC Tech has always been a respectable forum with the freedom to talk about products. I sure hope that will never change.
Just too is just an observation, you sir are a sourpuss and this thread doesn't need your negativity. We are here on this thread to provide feedback from real time testing, not your ill founded predictions. I feel sorry for the people that you race with, they have to deal with your negative in real life. What kind of responses did you think you we're going to get from all of your bitching on this thread. You get negative responces like your negative and wack ass predictions about the car(which all likelyhood you don't even possess yet), nobody wants to hear it. We all spend money like you do and for the most part are excited about the new car. Quit ruining it for the rest of us.
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Old 10-09-2012, 07:25 AM   #530
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Yep, people are going crazy waiting for their T4's!

Group hug guys
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Yep, people are going crazy waiting for their T4's!

Group hug guys
I've been told 'in the next couple of days'.

I don't wish to be impatient or selfish, but I want it NOW NOW NOW
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Old 10-09-2012, 11:14 AM   #532
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I think the max with a steering knuckle up against a C-hub is roughly 29deg.
I just measured the maximum steering angle on my T3'12 (1 degree of toe out, 1mm Ackermann and 2mm bump steer) and measured 25-26 degrees. So if I'm right there would be close to no loss in steering with the T4
Can somebody second this?

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The difference is $150.00 worth of toe, or free toe.
I like free toe
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Guys, do you think that Xay will launch soon a "T4R", a cheaper version, as the T3R?
Yes, they will as they with EVERY new platform
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Yes, they will as they with EVERY new platform
Do you know how long it take to they launch the "T4R"?
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There are some steps missing in the instruction manual like shock tower assembly and wishbone assembly.

The correct one can be found here :http://www.teamxray.com/t4/download/..._T4_manual.pdf
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I guess I'll give it a bump. You wouldn't want the BD7 to get all the attention.
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