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Old 12-02-2014, 09:56 PM   #61
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He listed the manufacturers know to US r/c consumers. There may be many more out there but only known to those outside of the US.
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Thanks, one of these days I'm going to jump into the F1 racing world.
I've long thought the same thing.... looks like the time is near
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I've long thought the same thing.... looks like the time is near
you know you want to

My yokomo is due for retirement at Christmas and I have been promised a new one, I am really interested in seeing what X-ray have come up with before I get another Yokomo.....
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The high X-ray price is to pay for the Armani suits that the X-ray staff and team drivers wear in the marketing materials. C'mon guys.
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I was there to Charity race...I saw this New amazing F1 car!Must to have!
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He listed the manufacturers know to US r/c consumers. There may be many more out there but only known to those outside of the US.
Fenix Racing (thanks to F1paintlab) is in US for more than two years ...
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He listed the manufacturers know to US r/c consumers. There may be many more out there but only known to those outside of the US.
Fenix Racing (thanks to F1paintlab) is in US for more than two years ...
I listed manufacturers of complete F1 Kits. I left out the 3rd party hop-up and conversion parts manufacturers (i.e. Exotek, TRG and Fenix Racing).

From what I found Fenix Racing makes 2 conversion kits; (1) I.Mola conversion kit and (2) Su-Zuka conversion kit. You must still purchase a donor chassis (WRC F-180 for I.Mola -or- Tamiya F104V2 for Su-Zuka) to put the conversion parts on.
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Very happy with my vbc Lightning F but more manufacturers is good for the class so this makes me happy
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I listed manufacturers of complete F1 Kits. I left out the 3rd party hop-up and conversion parts manufacturers (i.e. Exotek, TRG and Fenix Racing).

From what I found Fenix Racing makes 2 conversion kits; (1) I.Mola conversion kit and (2) Su-Zuka conversion kit. You must still purchase a donor chassis (WRC F-180 for I.Mola -or- Tamiya F104V2 for Su-Zuka) to put the conversion parts on.
in 2014 we have Full Kit, Called Su-zuka 2014...
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I think with xray strength, for me personally I would have the confidence to push the car harder than I would any of my other F1's
Just lets hope front arms will be more durable than front carbon bumpers on their X10 pan cars.. You could see few drivers to break them during every event and as rules allowed only xray parts here, ppl were getting frustrated quite quickly. Not so surprise when that "single use" bumper costs 1/6 price of the kit
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I listed manufacturers of complete F1 Kits. I left out the 3rd party hop-up and conversion parts manufacturers (i.e. Exotek, TRG and Fenix Racing).

From what I found Fenix Racing makes 2 conversion kits; (1) I.Mola conversion kit and (2) Su-Zuka conversion kit. You must still purchase a donor chassis (WRC F-180 for I.Mola -or- Tamiya F104V2 for Su-Zuka) to put the conversion parts on.
TRG does and has made full kits, but they never leave asia for the most part. The TRG114 is their current car. The Exotek F1R2 Pro only needs a donor rear axle and your choice of front arms to be a kit, many are built as new as it's now cheaper that way. It is the one of the finest RC cars on the planet.
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Photos of the new Xray X1 at ETS today.
http://www.f1rc.net/2014/12/05/first-xray-x1-photos/
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Was really hoping for some innovation in this car, especially coming from XRay. I understand sometimes the simple solution is better but other than the front upper arms and the battery placement it doesn't look any different than the other "Tamiya" style kits on the market.
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