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Old 07-27-2015, 07:47 PM   #1441
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Are the belts on the Xray t4 HTD?
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questions the front drive shaft 52mm keep bending. bought new drive shafts and 1 club race and there bent again. driver error mostly! so xray makes ecs shafts are they any better? There about twice as much and they look the same as the regular ones, other than the coupling. are they any more durable.
any suggestions ? anybody running them?
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questions the front drive shaft 52mm keep bending. bought new drive shafts and 1 club race and there bent again. driver error mostly! so xray makes ecs shafts are they any better? There about twice as much and they look the same as the regular ones, other than the coupling. are they any more durable.
any suggestions ? anybody running them?
Are you running stock spool outdrives, and stock spacing for the lower arm mounts?
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Assuming no other mechanical issue, the X-ray ecs should not bend very easily. I can recommend the Reflex racing dcjs also.
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Could someone let me know the highest number of teeth 48DP pinion gear that fits on the Xray T4?
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Could someone let me know the highest number of teeth 48DP pinion gear that fits on the Xray T4?
that's all spur gear dependent
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I intend to use a 78T spur gear
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Adjusted the lower shock mounts to free up the ball joints, then reset preload tweak compensation.


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Sorry off the subject:

Do any of you replace the O-rings on the Hudy setup wheels? If so, do you have the dimensions of the o-ring or do you just use the wheel without?
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quick question.. what are yalls opinions on battery plugs.. i been using the bullet connectors for my touring car.. i use deans plugs in all other cars.. i popped my ESC this weekend.. cuz the orca batteries are able to be flipped over.. and plugged in backwards.. so.. i was thinking of using plugs to prevent this in the future..
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quick question.. what are yalls opinions on battery plugs.. i been using the bullet connectors for my touring car.. i use deans plugs in all other cars.. i popped my ESC this weekend.. cuz the orca batteries are able to be flipped over.. and plugged in backwards.. so.. i was thinking of using plugs to prevent this in the future..
Just stay with the bullets, and come up with an "idiot proof" method to place your battery in the car. Like a "this side up" sticker, plug the opposite side holes or something like that..
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