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Old 10-13-2012, 07:12 AM   #616
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Which Low profile servo are you all using or which are regarded as the best?
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What is surprising though is that despite the thinner chassis, smaller shocks, reduction in amount of material used for the bulkheads, shorter shock towers, the car weighs pretty much identical to my '12.
They aluminum shocks weigh a bit more. That would be my guess as to where the extra weight comes from. And more screws.

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Old 10-13-2012, 07:45 AM   #618
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What fan & mount is that? just my got T4 after running HB for ages and that matches the car, I want one LOL!
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Which Low profile servo are you all using or which are regarded as the best?
I use the KoPropo RSx one10
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Old 10-13-2012, 07:48 AM   #619
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Both are from SpeedPassion

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Hey you xrayers,
Just want to give you my thoughts.
From the first pics to the real ones,a lot of people are saying that this X-ray is no big deal........
Oh how wrong.
I think with the new motor mount,shocks,floating servo design,this will be THE most drivable and easy to set up for any track,as the torsional force will be able to twist that much more with the motor mount design,chassis and roll centre.
I've been reading a lot of negativity about this car,but can't see it myself.
I would be very excited to have one on order,because I really think this design is on the money.
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Old 10-13-2012, 09:53 AM   #621
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I use the KoPropo RSx one10
Thanks.

Anyone else out there care to share?
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Thanks.

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I personally like: S9551 Low-Profile see: Link at the bottom....
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Old 10-13-2012, 11:40 AM   #623
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I personally like: S9551 Low-Profile see: Link at the bottom....
same for me! but i use the brushless verion its the bls551 low pro
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Old 10-13-2012, 11:45 AM   #624
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The Europeans seem to be figuring the T4 out and doing well. After Q4 there are 4 cars in the A main including 4th, 7th, 8th, and 10th. Adrian Bernsten sits in 4th only behind Volker, Levanen, and Rheinhard. Bernsten just received his car on Monday.

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The Europeans seem to be figuring the T4 out and doing well. After Q4 there are 4 cars in the A main including 4th, 7th, 8th, and 10th. Adrian Bernsten sits in 4th only behind Volker, Levanen, and Rheinhard. Bernsten just received his car on Monday.

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" Xray are the best represented manufacturer on the grid with a total of four T4s. " - Redrc

And someone said the T4 is slow? I have a feeling that as the Team gets more time to dial in the T4 / get used to it..the results will improve even further.

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Thanks.

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i'm an airtronics/sanwa guy and the srg-bls is an awesome servo. it is a pain to get in the states, but so worth the cash!
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" Xray are the best represented manufacturer on the grid with a total of four T4s. " - Redrc

And someone said the T4 is slow? I have a feeling that as the Team gets more time to dial in the T4 / get used to it..the results will improve even further.
Xray always makes the A just like all the manufacturters the problem is top 3 is rarely xray........and yet again yokomo 1st tamiya 2nd associated 3rd.....thats where xray needs to be!
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Xray always makes the A just like all the manufacturters the problem is top 3 is rarely xray........and yet again yokomo 1st tamiya 2nd associated 3rd.....thats where xray needs to be!
Considering its the first major meet for the t4 for most of the drivers, 4 out of 10 isn't bad. If you look at the round by round results, they have gone quicker each round, obviously getting used to the car.

Andy Moore didn't even make the a-main, shows the level of competition.

I'd also imagine if volker was driving the t4 it would currently be sitting on pole right now. On Carpet he I nearly unbeatable.
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They aluminum shocks weigh a bit more. That would be my guess as to where the extra weight comes from. And more screws.

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Servo mount has a lot more weight as well, but the motor mount is a lot smaller...so who knows
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