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Old 01-03-2015, 04:58 PM   #16
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I'm dieing to know where you are at where Xray parts are hard to find but Durango is plentiful? The only time I've seen something like that is running in a small manufacturer's back yard.
I don't run in a track
I'm club stock racing we have events at mall parking lots
I was running with a OFNA hyper h4 pro kit and I really liked it after investing Alot of money
But the quality was cheap and Invested Alot on upgrades beacUse the car wasn't doing good
But now i broke the main chassis So I'm ready to move on a better Kit
I don't know a lot about onroad
So that's why I need help...so I got the durango since parts are easy to get and i was looking at reviews and they where good
But I really like the xray I have the 18 pro kit and it's really good
That's why I wanted to but the t4 2015 but parts where hard to find in amain...they sell the kit but part support not good
Most of the parts are out of stock

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Old 01-03-2015, 05:04 PM   #17
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If you can get parts, cool go with it. Never seen a Durango in person but I'm sure it can smoke that old OFNA.
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Old 01-03-2015, 05:31 PM   #18
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If you can get parts, cool go with it. Never seen a Durango in person but I'm sure it can smoke that old OFNA.
Yup that's a fact
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Old 01-03-2015, 05:42 PM   #19
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TQRC Racing carries X-Ray spares. And with the X-ray kit, you would not be breaking much. I drove my T4 '13 hard and it held up great in the year and half I raced it.

If you can, return the Durango. You created a thread in needing help to choose but yet you choose a touring car that 90% of the people here would advise against.
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+1 on returning the Durango.. Anything but the Durango.

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Old 01-03-2015, 05:59 PM   #21
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TQRC Racing carries X-Ray spares. And with the X-ray kit, you would not be breaking much. I drove my T4 '13 hard and it held up great in the year and half I raced it.

If you can, return the Durango. You created a thread in needing help to choose but yet you choose a touring car that 90% of the people here would advise against.
OkAi yea I can still return the durango I can cancel the order...I just need a good website that will have the options part on stock for the xray t4 2015
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Old 01-03-2015, 06:19 PM   #22
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1. You won't need many option parts for an xray, you won't even need many spares for an xray.
2. Just about all the common online shops in America and Hong Kong sell parts. They are probably the easiest car to buy parts for.
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Old 01-03-2015, 06:40 PM   #23
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xray parts here
http://www.stormerhobbies.com/

also
http://www.tqrcracing.com/
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Old 01-03-2015, 06:51 PM   #24
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Cool thanks guys I'll buy the xray at amain and get some options parts at tq
Really appreciate I didn't even knew of those websites lol
Thanks again
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Old 01-03-2015, 09:18 PM   #25
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You don't "need" any option parts with the xray

You might consider lighter screws and perhaps some different springs for tuning.

But that's it really.
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Never seen that brand before
Only team associated,Durango,Yokomo,Sakura,hot bodies,ofna and xray
couple of good choices. another one Flying Fish Porsche 1/10. has any got?
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You don't "need" any option parts with the xray

You might consider lighter screws and perhaps some different springs for tuning.

But that's it really.
My T4'15 with a Speed6 LW body, BLS551 servo, Speed Passion GT Pro esc / Speed Passion MMM V3.0 motor, 6000mah LRP lipo weigh race ready 1296 gr.

We have a 1350 gr. minimum weight and I need to position almost 60 gr. on the chassis. Lighter screws only requires me to add more weight.

I know, in theory, that lighter screws enables you to place weight to better balance the car, but my car is already balanced almost 50/50/50/50 and lighter screws only means more dollars spend and more weight to be squeezed into tight spaces.......at least in my case
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Very much "might" consider if it is that light

Anodised/titanium screws do look cooler though
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