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Old 02-06-2014, 04:54 PM   #1246
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What about the lowered layshafts? RSD or smokem??
The RSD pieces are very nice and fit great. I use them with the Spec-R center post/upper deck and it balances the car out very nicely.
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Old 02-06-2014, 08:14 PM   #1247
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Thanks guys I ordered some!

I was just wondering about the layshafts because I want to see how the flex feels.. A lot of the new touring cars are not using layshafts
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Thanks guys I ordered some!

I was just wondering about the layshafts because I want to see how the flex feels.. A lot of the new touring cars are not using layshafts
Reflex makes good quality option/replacement parts... There are a few guys I know that currently use RSD parts on there T4's and heard no complaints, so I'm confident you'll be pleased with your purchase.

I'm still focusing on getting the most out of the chassis how it comes out the box, except for the oils. The few options I'll be checking out soon will be the RSD floating lay shaft and center post. Also I'm certain experimenting with different sway bars, springs and the two piece front arm mount will keep me busy lol
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Old 02-06-2014, 09:40 PM   #1249
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I am totally new to all of this and I have just purchased my very first r/c. I got the xray t4 2014. I am wondering if this was a good move on my part? And hope that if I have questions you guys will help because I am sure I will have plenty
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I am totally new to all of this and I have just purchased my very first r/c. I got the xray t4 2014. I am wondering if this was a good move on my part? And hope that if I have questions you guys will help because I am sure I will have plenty
Welcome, and yea you made a great choice!
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I am totally new to all of this and I have just purchased my very first r/c. I got the xray t4 2014. I am wondering if this was a good move on my part? And hope that if I have questions you guys will help because I am sure I will have plenty
Welcome....

Well starting with the Xray is a good choice, I've learned that first hand. I'm still fairly new to this, since my first time on the carpet track December 2012 I have purchased new, and tried several kits and I'm on the Xray. None of them worked better for me than the Xray 14T4. There are so many different kits on the market and the quality, fit/finish and durability is probably the best out there. Enjoy!!!!
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this is my bling bling ride! I love my T4'14 excited that onroad season is coming up in my area.. Can't wait to throw this bad boy down!







Ethan, I finally got to post them! Yes!
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That is great amount of bump steer washers
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Old 02-07-2014, 01:49 AM   #1254
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That is a lot of orange.
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thanks for the input on DCJ, guys. Xtian, yup, still around, and still sucking dropped you a line. Thanks!
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this is my bling bling ride! I love my T4'14 excited that onroad season is coming up in my area.. Can't wait to throw this bad boy down!







Ethan, I finally got to post them! Yes!
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as webbing dyeing?
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this is my bling bling ride! I love my T4'14 excited that onroad season is coming up in my area.. Can't wait to throw this bad boy down!

Ethan, I finally got to post them! Yes!
Looks great man, looks even better in person!
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this is my bling bling ride! I love my T4'14 excited that onroad season is coming up in my area.. Can't wait to throw this bad boy down!







Ethan, I finally got to post them! Yes!
all you need now is the new alu chassis anodized orange
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and durango's orange drive shafts
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Most importantly this http://www.teameamotorsports.com/ind...&product_id=94
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