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Old 09-05-2015, 12:10 AM   #826
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Hobbyking has the swaybars and mounting gear for the TD10 in stock.

All you need is a couple ball ends up connect the front link to the front arms. Also some 1.5mm screws to secure the front links to the front arms.
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Old 09-13-2015, 09:24 PM   #827
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Default Great weekend

I just finished racing in mj club race and took first place in B main with all most box stock xi sport.....and I still have to add my swaybars .and used a 3rd hand stock motor. Very happy with the resalts.on a side note I also did my pb with 25 laps.
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Old 09-14-2015, 07:12 PM   #828
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Nice work rod!
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Has anyone found sway bars for this car? I found a source for the rear sway bars.
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A couple posts ago, i mentioned that hobbyking has some for the TD10. These will work with a slight modification. The modification is that you will screw a ball end onto the front bar, as opposed opposed a ball cup. To secure the ball cup to the front A-arm you'll need a couple 1.5mm screws.

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A couple posts ago, i mentioned that hobbyking has some for the TD10. These will work with a slight modification. The modification is that you will screw a ball end onto the front bar, as opposed opposed a ball cup. To secure the ball cup to the front A-arm you'll need a couple 1.5mm screws.

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Old 09-17-2015, 12:07 AM   #832
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Hi Guys, this kit has become quite popular in our neck of the woods, so we decided to throw a little RSD love at it.

Below are a couple of images of our 7075 Aluminum chassis for the XI Sport. I cannot express what a massive improvement this chassis has done for the car in high bite carpet conditions. The car is really quick on the rug with it.

We are selling them over at Reflex for $65.00 with no anodization. If the interest ramps up we could consider anodizing, however my cost per unit is right around 15.00 per piece, so the price would have to go up a bit.

If interested, please PM me here or email me at our store.



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I would be very interested in an anodized one! Aluminum top plate too, if possible.

It would be a shelf queen.
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Hi Guys, this kit has become quite popular in our neck of the woods, so we decided to throw a little RSD love at it.

Below are a couple of images of our 7075 Aluminum chassis for the XI Sport. I cannot express what a massive improvement this chassis has done for the car in high bite carpet conditions. The car is really quick on the rug with it.

We are selling them over at Reflex for $65.00 with no anodization. If the interest ramps up we could consider anodizing, however my cost per unit is right around 15.00 per piece, so the price would have to go up a bit.

If interested, please PM me here or email me at our store.



The chassis looks good. How heavy is it?
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Old 09-17-2015, 08:47 AM   #835
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I'll weigh them today.

We are working on cf towers and top deck, but we could make a custom aluminum top deck. If you want these 2 parts anodized, we'd just have to get committment from 4 more guys on a chassis to at least get to the moq on the anodizing. Each chassis cost about $15.00 to get done. Min charge is $90.00.
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Ok guys what spring options do we have can't find the 3racings ones in stock
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I have ordered th yeah racing set to see if th are similar. I'll report back once they arrive and are installed.
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I have ordered th yeah racing set to see if th are similar. I'll report back once they arrive and are installed.
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Old 09-19-2015, 04:38 PM   #839
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Can someone tell me what length this car is?
On RCmart they say

Vehicle Specification:
Length: 434mm (without Body & Foam Bumper)
Weight: approx. 1380g
Wheelbase: 257mm
Tread Front and Rear: 163mm (Front) / 161mm (Rear)
Gear Ratio: 2:1 (38T/19T)
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Ok guys what spring options do we have can't find the 3racings ones in stock
If the XI uses the "short" 21mm springs (SAK-49xxx), hksrc.com claims to have them in stock.

Edit - After checking the XI manual, looks like it uses 25mm springs. Integy has a few springs that will probably fit on their XI page.

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