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Old 03-06-2014, 09:07 PM   #5431
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I made this quite a while back and believe it to be accurate, though small variances can occur.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/j774j6oo2h...th%20sheet.pdf
I remember seeing that but couldn't find it. Thanks.

For reference, I measured my v1 cars rear toe. Maybe not perfect but it's something to work off.

Car 1
( ...)(... ) rf
( .)(. ) rr

2.8 toe - This is the narrowest rr setting available.

Car 2
(.. )( ..) rf
(.. )( ..) rr

3.2 toe - not quite the widest setting but it's almost 2mm wider than with Car 1's rr inserts.
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Sometime back, someone posted their own chart, a bit like the Spec-R one but for the RX4 conversion.
I can't find it or remember who posted it.
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Old 03-07-2014, 03:38 AM   #5433
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Could it be erchn, who re-posted it about 5 posts up? :P

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Old 03-07-2014, 06:10 AM   #5434
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Could it be erchn, who re-posted it about 5 posts up? :P

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this chassis will give you a ton more steering but keep the rear planted. much easier to drive.
Would I need the whole conversion, or would just the chassis be good enough? According to RSD's website, their chassis will work with the standard T4 suspension mounts. There is a big difference in price.
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Old 03-07-2014, 07:11 AM   #5436
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Would I need the whole conversion, or would just the chassis be good enough? According to RSD's website, their chassis will work with the standard T4 suspension mounts. There is a big difference in price.
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I asked this same question about a week ago and the general consensus is get the whole thing. Mine is on the way.
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I asked this same question about a week ago and the general consensus is get the whole thing. Mine is on the way.
I ran just the plate at Vegas and it worked great. I went full-conversion afterwards and the car handled nearly the same but was way more consistent!
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Old 03-07-2014, 10:05 AM   #5438
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I ran just the plate at Vegas and it worked great. I went full-conversion afterwards and the car handled nearly the same but was way more consistent!
So the full conversion is the way to go....

I am new to Xray and have a question about spur gears. The car I have came with a 84T 48P spur gear. I have tried some various 64P gears that I have laying around, and they are too thick. Do I need Xray spurs, or is there another option?

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So the full conversion is the way to go....

I am new to Xray and have a question about spur gears. The car I have came with a 84T 48P spur gear. I have tried some various 64P gears that I have laying around, and they are too thick. Do I need Xray spurs, or is there another option?

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The LeeSpeed spurs sold by Eric (EA Motorsports) are the best I've used so far.
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Serpent fits nicely, is cheap, and easy to get from A-Main, with lots of sizes, but perhaps not the best concentricity.

Panaracer should work, too. Maybe ARC.

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Default t4 13 with RSD conversion

Need a good setup for vta thanks
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So the full conversion is the way to go....

I am new to Xray and have a question about spur gears. The car I have came with a 84T 48P spur gear. I have tried some various 64P gears that I have laying around, and they are too thick. Do I need Xray spurs, or is there another option?

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RW also do spurs that are specific to Xray cars, they have the centre milled down slightly to fit the layshaft;

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Could somebody tell me what's the difference between RSD RX4 V1 and V2.

At least want to know if their lower deck are the same:http://www.reflexracing.net/RSD-RX4-...y-_p_1967.html

Since I want to make replacement in case is broken.

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The v2 has the layshaft bulkhead back 1mm. It is NOT compatible with the stock chassis.
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The v2 has the layshaft bulkhead back 1mm. It is NOT compatible with the stock chassis.
Sorry, explain to me better, layshaft bulkhead?
You mean is behind 1mm, just for that 0.5mm shorter bulkhead from Reflex for the better for the belts, isn't it?

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